Corn Laws

Corn Laws (Total Items 19, 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 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
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 concerning taking off the bounty on corn exported, in some letters to a friend.
CONSIDERATIONS,, Considerations concerning taking off the bounty on corn exported, in some letters to a friend. London, printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster Row. [1753]
ID No: 28684
350.00
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
ID No: 26147
175.00
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
275.00
Hints for the people about starvation & Corn Laws; plenty & repeal.
HINTS FOR THE PEOPLE,, Hints for the people about starvation & Corn Laws; plenty & repeal. Manchester, Haycraft, printer, n.d. [but 184-]
ID No: 28542
75.00