Stead (W.T.)


An Appeal to the Conscience of Britain.

Published: London, No date (1899)

Edition: First Edition

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London, "Review of Reviews" Office, No date (1899)

64 pages, pink paper wraps with a new cloth spine.

'The British government is about to make war on the Transvaal and William Thomas Stead’s personal appeal to the conscience of his fellow-countrymen, is to rid themselves of prejudice and he wants to know how dare they, in the sight of God and man be in favour of slaying his brother Boer.'

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  • Overall Condition: Very good
  • Size: : 8vo (240 x 60 mm)
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