JSTOR is currently running a trial of a new type of information, 19th-century British pamphlets, at least through June 30th, 2009. The collection consists of several thousand pamphlets scanned by British universities, on a variety of subjects, mostly political and religious, with a good mix of government documents, reports, and speeches mixed in. Looking for contemporary commentary on a speech by Disraeli? Are priests sumptuous livers, wine-bibbers, and thorough idlers? Interested in an 1825 list of grievances from coal miners?
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February 5th, 2009 by Chris Strauber