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Strictures on the speech of Lord Ducie on the corn laws, delivered at the meeting held at the Hall of Commerce in the city of London, on Monday, May 29, 1843 : in the form of a letter addressed to the editor of the Mark Lane express
Bib ID 1586545
Format BookBook
Author
One for Protection
 
Description London : J. Ollivier, 1843 
22 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Letter signed: One for Protection.

Subjects Ducie, Henry George Francis Moreton, Earl, 1802-1853.  |  Corn laws (Great Britain)  |  Tariff -- Great Britain.  |  Wheat trade -- Great Britain.  |  Free trade -- Great Britain.

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