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
135.00
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
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
500.00
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
295.00
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
150.00
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
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]
ID No: 26060
85.00
Plenty, following scarcity; attributable (under Providence) to Parliament.
PARQUOT, P.D., Plenty, following scarcity; attributable (under Providence) to Parliament. Liverpool: printed by R. Ferguson, at the General Printing Office. 1803
ID No: 28373
595.00