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Lovett, William (1800-1877) Chartist

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Surname: Lovett
Forenames: William
Gender: Male
Date: 1800-1877
Biography: ODNB link for Lovett, William (1800-1877) Chartist
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P157874 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P17925 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for William Lovett
  Description Held by Reference Further information
c1836-50: corresp and papers
Birmingham: Archives, Heritage and Photography Service
NRA 32192

See HMC Papers of British politicians 1782-1900, 1989
MS autobiography
Humanist Library and Archives
See South Place Ethical Society file
1839: corresp and papers as Chartist National Convention secretary
British Library, Manuscript Collections
1836-47: minutes mainly in his hand of Working Men's Association
British Library, Manuscript Collections
1830: paper, 'To the Wealth Producing Classes of England'
London University: Senate House Library
1837: Two manuscript texts, with a preface in a different hand (probably Lovett) addressed 'to my working class brethren', comprising A Petition for Universal Suffrage, No Property Qualifications, Annual Parliaments, Equal Representation, Payment of Members, and Vote by Ballot. Addressed to the House of Commons, 'agreed to at a public meeting held at the Crown and Anchor, Strand, 28 February 1837', and Letter from the Permanent and Central Committee of Montreal to the London Working Man's Association. Expressing solidarity with their fellows and desire to uphold principles of democracy in the old world and the new.
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
1834-41: corresp with Francis Place
British Library, Manuscript Collections
British Library, Manuscript Collections
See Annual return 2001

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