Agricultural distress - silver standard speech of Edward Stillingfleet Cayley, Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons on ... June 1, 1835, on moving "That a select committee be appointed to inquire if there be not effectual means within the reach of Parliament to afford substantial relief to the agriculture of the United Kingdom, and especially to recommend to its attention the subject of a silver, or a conjoined standard of silver and gold.".
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