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Letters on the corn laws, and on the rights of the working classes : riginally inserted in the Morning Chronicle, shewing the injustice and also the impolicy of empowering those among a people who have obtained the proprietary possession of the lands of a country, to increase, artificially, the money value of their exclusive estates by means of arbitrary charges made on the rest of the people for the necessaries of life / by H. B. T
Bib ID 2946581
Format BookBook
Author
Hume, J. D. (James Deacon), 1774-1842
 
Description London : H. Hooper, 1835 
48 p. ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Corn laws (Great Britain)  |  Working class -- Great Britain.

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