A Prison-Rhyme. In Ten Books. 2nd Ed. Sm. 8vo. 298pp. + [ii]. Some light browning, inscription, original gilt lettered blind embossed green cloth, minor marking, extremities darkened, minor cloth bubbling, spine chipped and faded. Thomas Cooper (1805–1892), Chartist. Written in prison and over 900 stanzas long, the above work was first published in 1845, impressing not only the readers of the Chartist press but also Carlyle, Disraeli, and Kingsley.
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