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Two letters on the corn laws first, to the Right Honourable Lord Milton, shewing that the farmer is the first and foremost doomed to ruin, in any sudden depression of prices, by a free trade in corn, and that it is his duty to petition the legislature, that there may be no alteration, without a full protecting duty : second, shewing that it is also the interest of every tradesman, manufacturer, and merchant in the kingdom to do the same, and of the impossibility of throwing our poor soils out of cultivation : with an introductory letter, to T.W. Coke, Esq. M.P. : to which are added notes on the paper currency & poor laws, as far as concerns the farmer /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Plain farmer of Huntingdonshire.
Corporate Author: Making of the Modern World
Other Authors: Fitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Earl, 1786-1857., Coke, Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, 1752-1842.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Oundle : Printed and Sold by T. Bell, 1827.
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Online Access:Full text online
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