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struggle for the freedom of the press, 1819-1832

W. Hardy Wickwar

struggle for the freedom of the press, 1819-1832

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Published by Johnson Reprint Corp in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liberty of the press -- Great Britain.,
  • Press -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William H. Wickwar.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4748.G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination325 p. ;
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18789240M

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First edition. The study of censorship in England. Jacket chipped at head of spine. 3 pages. clothAuthor: William H Wickwar. The Struggle For The Freedom Of The Press To Item Preview.

Sep 13,  ·, The struggle for the freedom of the press, – (London, ), pp. 20ff. 7 Mill, James, ‘ Liberty of the press ’, Edinburgh Review, 18 (), pp. 98 –at pp. Mill is referring in this quotation to the prosecution for libel of William Cobbett in Cited by: 1.

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Street. The Press and the Constitution, University of Minnesota Press, WILLIAM M. Struggle for the Freedom of the Press from Caxton to Cromwell. London: Humphrey Milford, COLLET, COLLET DOBSON. The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press, London: George Allen and Unwin, Selected List of ArticlesCited by: 1.

A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media. Samuel Bailey’s first book which was considered by well-informed radicals of the s to be "the most useful single addition to the moral sciences since the Wealth of Nations" (William H.

Wickwar, The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press,London,p. William H. Wickwar's The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press, – (London, ) is a splendid, scholarly book that recounts prosecutions for blasphemy in England at a time when they peaked in number.

2 William Wickwar's Struggle for the Freedom of the Press, – (London, ) and Arthur Aspinall's Struggle for the freedom of the press and the Press, – (London, ) are dated but still helpful accounts of the movement for a free press at this pdftower.icu: Gregory Conti.

Vol. 23, No. 4, Nov., Published by: American Political Science Association. APSR features research from all fields of political science and contains an extensive book review section of the discipline.

The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press: by William H. Wickwar. of Rights." William H. Wickwar discusses government censorship in The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press (London: George Allen & Unwin,rpt.

), pp. Terence Allan Hoagwood discusses the long tradition in which commentators conflate pagan and Christian symbolism in. The crime of blasphemous libel was construed more as an offense against the state (‘the peace of our Lord the King, his crown and dignity’) than against God; this transference was achieved by arguing from the precedent of Sir William Hale that Christianity was the law of the land — that it was part and parcel of the common law — and that infidelity therefore represented an attack Author: Peter A.

Schock. Sep 12,  · Patricia Hollis The Pauper Press: A Study in Working-Class Radicalism of the s, Oxford University Press,W.H. Wickwar The Struggle for the Freedom of the PressLondon, and Joel Wiener The War of the Unstamped, Ithaca, are essential on the.

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Decorative letters from a The Struggle for the. Freedom of the Press,p. These essays were praised by James Mill and Thomas Cooper. Below the title: 'Dedicated to the Archbishop of Carlile-!!!' In the centre of the design Carlile, helped by Radicals wearing bonnets rouges, burns emblems of Church and State; in the centre of the flames is a tall crucifix which a chain of three radicals (left) is pulling down by a rope, while Carlile (right), trampling on the heaped emblems, pushes with a spear.

One of many satires on sinecures and pensions; for the 'Extraordinary Red Book' see No. &c. It is the first in which a 'list of paupers' is mentioned and seems to be based on Wade's 'Black Book' (see Wickwar, 'Struggle for the Freedom of the Press ', p.

As W. Wickwar, the author of The Struggles for the Freedom of the Press, () pointed out: "It was thus criminal to point out any defects in the Constitution or any errors on the part of the Government, if disaffection might thereby be caused." (8).

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Romanticism and the Law The Discourse of Treason, Sedition, and Blasphemy in British Political Trials, Michael Scrivener, Wayne State University. Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court. New York: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers and Wickwar, S. The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press, – New York: Johnson Reprint Corp.

References. Assange, J. The Truth Will Always Win. The Australian Opinion Piece. 'Memoirs of Romilly', under date 21 Mar.

; Wickwar, 'The Struggle for the Freedom of the Press, ',p. Four other editions appeared in Hazlitt attacked Southey in the 'Examiner' (9 Mar.), publishing long extracts from 'Wat Tyler' and contrasting the former 'Ultra-Jacobin' with the present 'Ultra-Royalist'.

Mar 01,  · For a later decade, Hollis, Patricia, The pauper press (Oxford, ) is a brilliant account of the underground, working-class press of the s.

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The period covered by this book was one of considerable repression and rigid class divisions in England, and ideas about language both maintained and justified this state of affairs. from: The Struggle for The Freedom of the Press,William H. Wickwar, George Allen & Unwin, Johnson Reprint, 'By January Carlile [Richard Carlile - ] had obtained a large shop front in Fleet Street in which to advertise his audacity.

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As W. Wickwar, the author of The Struggles for the Freedom of the Press, () pointed out: "It was thus criminal to point out any defects in the Constitution or any errors on the part of the Government, if disaffection might thereby be caused." (37).

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