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Papers of David Urquhart : III Pamphlets

III 6A: CORN LAWS: 1839- 52.

1. Anonymous. A [Pound, Shilling and Pence] View of the Corn Laws; Showing that they are Injurious to the Landed Interest... By a Small Norfolk Landowner and Occupier. London: R. & J.E.Taylor. 1844. 18 p.

2. Anonymous. Remarks on the Commercial Legislation of 1846. London. [1846-]. 82 p.

3. Bell, John. A Vindication of the Rights of British Landowners, Farmers, and Labourers, Against the Claims of the Cotton Capitalists to a Free Trade in Corn. London: Hatchard and sons. 1839. 48 p.

4. Cadogan, William H. Facts and Remarks on the Corn Laws, and the Objects of the Anti- Corn- Law League. Newcastle- Upon- Tyne. 1844. 20 p.

5. F.C. Preliminaries of Peace Between Protection & Free Trade or Cheap Bread Compatible with Both. London. 1852. 36 p. Enclosure: 1 MS. [C.D.Collet]. [1852-]. 1l.

6. Porter, G.R. The Effect of Restrictions on the Importation of Corn. London: Henry Hooper. 1839. 42 p.

7. Ward, William. Remarks on the Commercial Legislation of 1846. Addressed to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the Livery of London. London: Pelham Harrison. 1847. 4 p.


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