Author:John Wade (1788-1875)

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John Wade
English historian and writer


  • The Black Book, or Corruption Unmasked! Being an Account of Persons, Places, and Sinecures 1820–3, 2 vols.
  • The Cabinet Lawyer: a Popular Digest of the Laws of England 1826
  • Digest of Facts and Principles on Banking 1826
  • An Account of Public Charities in England and Wales 1828
  • Annual Abstract of New Acts and Law Cases 1828
  • A Treatise on the Police and the Crimes of the Metropolis 1829
  • History of the Middle and Working Classes. Also an Appendix of Prices 1833; 3rd edit. 1835
  • British History, chronologically arranged 1839; supplement 1841; 3rd edit. 1844; 5th edit. 1847
  • Glances at the Times and Reform Government 1840; five editions
  • Unreformed Abuses in Church and State 1849
  • England's Greatness, its Rise and Progress from the earliest period to the Peace of Paris 1856
  • Women, Past and Present, exhibiting their Social Vicissitudes, Single and Matrimonial Relations, Rights, Privileges, and Wrongs 1859
  • The Cabinet Gazetteer: a Popular Exposition of the Countries of the World 1853.

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