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Excerpt from An Inquiry Into the Corn Laws and Corn Trade of Great Britain, and Their Influence on the Prosperity of the Kingdom: With Suggestions for the Improvement of the Corn Laws
In order, however, to afford to the Public a continued chain of information, on a fubjeét fo difficult, and fo important, the Editor applied to Mr Mackie of Ormifion, in the county of nail; Lothian, a man of extenfive knowledge in this line, as vell as in praéiical agriculture*, to furniih him with a review of the Corn Laws that have been, ena'éied fince this Inquiry was written, and to bring down the confideration of the fubjeéi: to the prefent times. This has been done by Mr Mackie in Two Letters, which the Editor hopes will be found to be an ufeful and able Supplement to the nvork.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 6, 2017)
isbn: 1331363802, 978-1331363804,
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