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A farmer's letter to the True Briton.
PLOWSHARE, John, pseud.,, A farmer's letter to the True Briton. [London? 1752], Only edition.
ID No: 22910
195.00
A letter on the Corn Laws
SHEFFIELD, Right Hon. Lord John Baker HOLROYD,, A letter on the Corn Laws London: John Murray. 1815, First edition.
ID No: 24670
100.00
A practical inquiry into the nature and extent of the present agricultural distress, and the means of relieving it.
BRAMSTON, Thomas Gardiner, A practical inquiry into the nature and extent of the present agricultural distress, and the means of relieving it. London: J. Hatchard and Son. 1822, First published earlier the same year.
ID No: 27806
95.00
An inquiry into the causes of agricultural distress.
JACOB, William,, An inquiry into the causes of agricultural distress. London: printed for R. Hunter (successor to Johnson and Co.) ..... and J. Ridgway. 1816
ID No: 27804
225.00
An inquiry into the connection between the present price of provisions, and the size of farms.
ARBUTHNOT, John,, An inquiry into the connection between the present price of provisions, and the size of farms. London: T. Cadell 1783, First edition.
ID No: 27809
250.00
Dispersion of the gloomy apprehensions, of late repeatedly suggested, from the decline of our corn-trade,
HOWLETT, Rev. John, Dispersion of the gloomy apprehensions, of late repeatedly suggested, from the decline of our corn-trade, London: W. Richardson. [1797], First edition.
ID No: 28285
250.00
Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and other victuall.
ENGLAND: JAMES I,, Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and other victuall. Imprinted at London by Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie. Anno Dom. 1622
ID No: 27801
425.00
Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and victuall:
ENGLAND: CHARLES I,, Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and victuall: Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie: and by the Assignes of John Bill. [1630]
ID No: 27802
425.00