Corn Laws

Corn Laws (Total Items 17, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A counter-plea for the poor,
POOR MANS FRIEND, A counter-plea for the poor, London: John Ollivier. 1841, First edition (of several).
ID No: 26839
£150.00
A determination of the average depression of the price of wheat in war, below that of the preceding peace;
BRAND, John,, A determination of the average depression of the price of wheat in war, below that of the preceding peace; London: F. and C. Rivington. 1800, First edition.
ID No: 27795
£275.00
A maximum; or the rise and progress of famine.
GIFFORD, John,, A maximum; or the rise and progress of famine. London: J. Wright. 1801, First edition.
ID No: 25510
£150.00
An essay on the external corn trade.
TORRENS, Robert,, An essay on the external corn trade. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 1826
ID No: 28125
£600.00
Considerations on the Corn Laws,
CORRIE, Edgar,, Considerations on the Corn Laws, London: John Stockdale, 1791, First edition. Kress B.2062. Goldsmiths 14674. Williams I p.421. Not in Black. Listed by Barnes (History of the English Corn Laws, 1930, p.306).
ID No: 16429
£150.00
Considerations on the present state of the different classes of the landed interest;
WYATT, Harvey, Considerations on the present state of the different classes of the landed interest; London: James Ridgway & Sons. 1834, First edition: very scarce. Goldsmiths 28462. Kress C.3897.
ID No: 26147
£175.00
Mr Chalmer's petition to the House of Commons, against the new Corn Act,
CHALMER, Francis,, Mr Chalmer's petition to the House of Commons, against the new Corn Act, London: printed and published by M. Allen. n.d. [1805], First edition.
ID No: 26060
£150.00
Representation of the Lords of the Committee of Council, appointed for the consideration of all matters relating to trade and foreign plantations,
ENGLAND: BOARD OF TRADE,, Representation of the Lords of the Committee of Council, appointed for the consideration of all matters relating to trade and foreign plantations, London: John Stockdale. 1800, First published in 1790.
ID No: 21485
£75.00