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London Corresponding Societylocked

(act. 1792–1799)
  • Michael T. Davis


London Corresponding Society (act. 1792–1799), radical society, was founded in January 1792 by Thomas Hardy and owed its origins to his rereading, in late 1791, of the political writings first published by the Society for Constitutional Information during the American War of Independence as well as to the enthusiasm generated by the French Revolution and the publication of ...

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