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- Preliminary pages (PDF, 92KB)
- Acknowledgements (PDF, 80KB)
- Illustrations (PDF, 104KB)
- Abbreviations (PDF, 74KB)
- Introduction (PDF, 273KB)
- ‘Honourable House of Blasphemers’: The radical public of Newgate in the early nineteenth century (PDF, 1.1MB)
- ‘Bastilles of despotism’: Radical resistance in the Coldbath Fields House of Correction, 1798–1830 (PDF, 1.6MB)
- The ‘She-Champion of Impiety’: Female radicalism and political crime in early nineteenth-century England (PDF, 885KB)
- Radicalism and reform at the ‘Gate of Pandemonium’: The Crown and Anchor tavern in visual culture, 1790–1820 (PDF, 4.2MB)
- ‘Fresh Crown and Anchor sentiments’: Radical reform in the Strand, 1817–1847 (PDF, 2.1MB)
- ‘Temple of Knowledge and Reason’: Culture and politics at 3 Blackfriars Road, Surrey (PDF, 2.7MB)
- ‘Bitten with the Rotunda notions’: Audience, identity and communication 1830–1832 (PDF, 2.7MB)
- ‘Pythoness of the Temple’: Eliza Sharples and the gendered public of the Rotunda (PDF, 2.8MB)
- Conclusion (PDF, 1.6MB)