Henry Samuel Chapman

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Henry Samuel Chapman

(1803-1881) English merchant, newspaper owner, radical publicist and journalist, lawyer, judge, colonial secretary, legislative councillor, attorney-general

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From the author

  • 1832 - Thoughts on the Money and Exchanges of Lower Canada (online)
  • 1832 - A Statistical sketch of the Corn Trade of Canada, &c., &c
  • 1834 - What is the result of the elections?: fully answered (online)
  • 1835 - Canada (online)
  • 1835 - Petition from Lower Canada, with Explanatory Remarks (online)
  • 1835 - The Act for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales, with Notes by H.S. Chapman
  • 1835 - "The American Ballot-Box, etc." in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People (online)
  • 1835 - "Fallacies of the House of Commons on the Ballot in America" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Mr. Spring Rice and the Taxes on Knowledge; with a Postscript" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "A Rotten Borough for Sale" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Mr. Bulwer's Sham Motion for the Repeal of the Tax on Knowledge" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Wholesale Obstructiveness of the Lords, etc." in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "New Methods of Disfranchising Electors, etc." in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Liberal Construction of the Reform Act at Leeds" in John Arthur Roebuck], ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Mr Rintoul the 'We' of the Spectator" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "The 'Great Unstamped' acknowledged to be Invincible" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Consolation and Compensation to Borough Town Clerks: Royal Prerogative" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "General Evans's Rule of Promotion in the Auxiliary Army of Spain" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Conduct of the Authorities towards the Unstamped Press" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "The Registration" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Sobriety of the Working Class — the Gin Palace Fallacy" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Character and Sufferings of the Irish Clergy" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "The 'We' of the Herald" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "The Newspaper Stamp Return, etc." in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "The Orange Exposure" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1835 - "Preliminary Reforms: being a Summary of the Principles Advocated in these Pamphlets" in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Pamphlets for the People
  • 1836 - Recent Occurrences in Canada (online)
  • 1837 - Progress of Events in Canada (online)
  • 1837 - "The Orange Exposure", in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., Progress of Democracy (online)
  • 1838 - An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas
  • 1838 - ... in John Arthur Roebuck, ed., The Canadian Portfolio
  • 1838 - The Impolicy of Limitations of the Responsibility of Partnership in Manufactures and Commerce: as Proposed to be Introduced into the Law of the United Kingdom, including an Answer to the Pamphlet on the Safety Principle of Joint Stock Banks, and Other Companies, Exhibited in a Modification of the Law of Partnership
  • 1843 - The New Zealand portfolio: Embracing a Series of Papers on Subjects of Importance to the Colonists (online)
  • 1852 - First Report of the Commissioners appointed by His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief ... to Enquire into and Report upon a System of Procedure suited to the Supreme Court of New Zealand
  • 1854 - Parliamentary Government; or Responsible Ministries for the Australian Colonies
  • 1859 - Melbourne and Geelong Railway purchase: Speeches of the Chief Secretary (the Hon. John O'Shanassy) and the Attorney General (the Hon. H.S. Chapman) in Moving Resolutions Authorising the Government to Treat with the Company for the Purchase of the Line
  • 1870 - Fossilised Words: The Following Lecture on this Subject was Delivered by His Honour Mr. Justice Chapman on the 31st October, 1870

On the author

  • 1992 - Peter Spiller, The Chapman legal family (preview)

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