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  A calm investigation of the circumstances that have led to the present scarcity of grain in Britain:
Anderson, James, 1739-1808.
London : Printed for John Cumming, 1801. -Access this resource online
1801
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  A calm investigation of the circumstances that have led to the present scarcity of grain in Britain:
Anderson, James, 1739-1808.
London : Printed for John Cumming, 1801. -Access this resource online
1801
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  Collected letters and arguments for and against protection
Williams, Albert.
[S.l. : s.n.], 1840 -Access this resource online
1840
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  Considerations concerning taking off the bounty on corn exported in some letters to a friend : to wh

London : Printed for M. Cooper, 1753. -Access this resource online
1753
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  Defence of the landed and farming interests pointing out the ruinous effects of any alteration in ou
Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835.
Edinburgh : Printed for A. Constable, 1825 -Access this resource online
1825
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  First report from the select committee to whom it was referred to consider so much of His Majesty's
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.
[Great Britain : s.n., 1800] -Access this resource online
1800
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  First [-Sixth] report from the Committee Appointed to Consider of the Present High Price of Provisio
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee Appointed to Consider of the Present High Price of Provisions.
[England : s.n., 1800] -Access this resource online
1800
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  A letter to Kirkman Finlay, Esq., on the importation of foreign corn, and the value of the precious
Pennington, James, 1777-1862.
London : Simpkin, Marshall, & co., 1840 -Access this resource online
1840
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  The peers and the people, municipal reform, corn laws, taxes on knowledge
Place, Francis, 1771-1854.
London : J. Longley, [1835?] -Access this resource online
1835?
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  Second report from the Lords committees to whom it was referred to consider so much of His Majesty's
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.
[Great Britain : s.n., 1800] -Access this resource online
1800
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