A remedy for establishing universal peace and happiness, against universal oppression, and dangerous tumults. Or, the friendly dictates of common sense, to all working people, especially to the silk weavers of London. Shewing the Easy and Peaceable, the Just and Lawful, the Only and Insallible Ways or Means to Unite their Interest, and become One Firmly United, Friendly and Philanthrophic Society of free tradesmen. An Example worthy the Attention and Imitation of every useful Class of People. by Andrew Larcher

Publication Date1795
Publisherprinted by R. Hawes; and sold by the author, near the Golden-Heart, Phoenix-Street, Spitalfields; J. Burks, Crispin-Street, and by the booksellers in general


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