William Hone

William Hone (3 June 1780 – 8 November 1842) was an English writer, satirist and bookseller. His victorious court battle against government censorship in 1817 marked a turning point in the fight for British press freedom. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hone, William
Published 1819
William Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1821
Printed by and for W. Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1821
Printed by and for W. Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1819
Printed by and for W. Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1827
Published for W. Hone by Hunt and Clarke

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by Hone, William
Published 1827
Published for W. Hone by Hunt and Clarke

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by Hone, William
Published 1817
Printed by and for William Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1819
Printed for and by W. Hone

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by Hone, William
Published 1817
Printed for one of the candidates for the office of printer to the King's most excellent Majesty

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by Hone, William
Published 1820
Printed for S. Knights

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by Hone, William
Published 1820
Printed and Published by John Fairburn

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by Hone, William
Published 1820
Printed by and for W. Hone