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The repeal of the corn laws [microform] : and other measures of these latter days, considered in their relation to the rights of God and the rights of man / by one who fears God and regards man
Bib ID 838524
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Crewe, Henry Robert, 1801-1865
 
Description London : J. Hatchard and Son, 1846 
32 p. 
Series

Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature ; no. 34578.

Notes

Attributed to Henry R. Crewe by Boase.

Goldsmiths' Library has copy presented to T. Perronet Thompson, with a letter written in ms. on the verso of the t.p. and the blank leaf at the end (not filmed), by W.G. Burns.

Reproduction Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, [1980]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature ; no. 34578) 
Subjects Corn laws (Great Britain)  |  Protectionism -- Great Britain.

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