A letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the present distresses of the country shewing that they do not proceed from taxation, nor from any other commonly-assigned cause, but from the want of a sufficiency of food in the country for the support of the whole of the people, and proving that a repeal of the corn laws and the removal of all restrictions on commerce, would, not only be a complete remedy for the distress, but would, if accompanied by the measures pointed out, be attended with great advantages even to the land-owners themselves /
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A letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the present distresses of the country shewing that they do not proceed from taxation, nor from any other commonly-assigned cause, but from the want of a sufficiency of food in the country for the support of the whole of the people, and proving that a repeal of the corn laws and the removal of all restrictions on commerce, would, not only be a complete remedy for the distress, but would, if accompanied by the measures pointed out, be attended with great advantages even to the land-owners themselves /

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Main Author: Atherley, E. G.
Corporate Author: Making of the Modern World
Other Authors: Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, Earl of, 1770-1828.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : Printed for Hatchard, 1826
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