The Liberty and Property Defence League (LPDL) was a historic organisation, founded in 1882 by a disparate group of English politicians and economists for the support of laissez faire unregulated trade. It served as a lobby group for industrialists and land-owners who were alarmed by socialism, Georgism, and elements in the then Gladstone governments, but attracted also many libertarians and philosophical individualists
This is a lot of two rebound pamhlets issued by the iorganisation - as follows. Modern 20th century rebinding
Addresses by the Right Hon George J Goschen MP - delivered in Edinburgh, Liverpool 1885, printed Edinburgh 1885. 51 pages, dealing with the importance of commercial freedom , and wit the competition that Britain and the Empire faced in Europe.
The Rovince of Government - An Address before the Liberty & Property Defence League, London 1884, by the fabulously named E Pleydell-Bouverie - who comes up with such gems as For my part, I have always been a believer in the old doctrine which I learned at school, whaich was that One Englishman was equal to three Frenchmen''