London Corresponding Society"s addresses and regulations.

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The London Corresponding Society (LCS) was a British Radical organisation, with a membership consisting primarily of artisans, tradesmen, and shopkeepers.

At its peak, the society boasted roughly 3, dues-paying members who shared the goal of reforming the political system. Formed in by Thomas Hardy, the society's key mission was to ensure universal suffrage Key people: Thomas Hardy, Joseph.

The Society is for all those who love London. It was founded London Corresponding Societys addresses and regulations. book by a group of eminent Londoners concerned about the lack of planning in the capital. Luminaries such as Sir Edwin Lutyens, Raymond Unwin, Aston Webb, Beresford Pite, Frank Brangwyn brought people together to debate key issues about the future of the capital - housing, roads.

Thomas Hardy on founding of the London Corresponding Society. Source:.

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previous to this first meeting I had prepared and ruled a book for the purpose of every man putting down his name if he app roved of the measure. In return we recieved. The London Corresponding Society’s Regulations price 3d ASSURED that Man, individual Man, may justly claim LIBERTY as his birthright, we naturally conclude, that, as a Member of Society, it becomes his indispensible duty to preserve inviolate that liberty for the benefit of his Fellow Citizens, and of his and their Prosperity.

The Papers of the London Corresponding Societyfirst published inconsists of eighteenth-century documents which trace the history of an early working-class reform society organized by a shoemaker and three of his friends.

'Annual Parliaments and Universal Suffrage' was their slogan and their goal. To achieve this reform they believed they must first educate.

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Description. The objectives of the London Corresponding Society (LCS) were temperate in tone and relatively moderate in aspiration. The organisation campaigned largely on a platform of parliamentary reform by calling for annual parliaments and universal suffrage for all men.

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Corresponding Societies. There had been attempts to increase the number of voters in Britain since the s but these efforts had come to nothing.

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I began reading Mary Thale's Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society, marking down the names and addresses of the meeting places that were mentioned.

Over the course of a few weeks, using Thale's book, Horwood's map of 's London, and an A-Z, I visited the sites of about thirty places in which the LCS met. ABSTRACT LONDON CALLING: THE LONDON CORRESPONDING SOCIETY AND THE ASCENSION OF POPULAR POLITICS by FRANK L.

PETERSMARK III May Advisor: Dr. Eric H. Ash Major: History Degree: Doctor of Philosophy This proposed dissertation will focus on the short but historically important life of the London Corresponding Society (LCS) in Britain in Author: Frank l.

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Frost and Hardy founded the London Corresponding Society on 25th January and set their subscription rates low, encouraging those with little money to participate. Their focus of winning representation and the vote for all men did nothing to endear the pair to the political and ecclesiastical establishment, but the pair were not to be silenced.

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