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" I admit, that if unlimited foreign import, which the war had suspended, were now again allowed, bread might be a little, though a very little cheaper, than it now is, for a year or two. But what would follow ? The small farmer would be ruined... "
THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE VOLUME THE FOURTH - Página 48
por ROGERSON - 1836
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The Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review, Volumen2

1827
...war had suspended, were now again allowed, bread might " be a little, though a very little, cheaper than it now is, for a year or " two. But what would follow? (that is the question.) The small/ar" iiu-r would be rvined^— -improvements would every where stand...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1842
...suspended, were now again allowed, then bread might be a little, though a very little, cheaper than il now is, for a year or two. But what would follow? The small farmer would be ruined j improvements would every where stand still; inferior lands now producing corn would be given up,...
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Taxation of the British Empire

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1833 - 264 páginas
...the war had suspended, were now again allowed, bread might be a little, though a very little cheaper, than it now is, for a year or two. But what would...small farmer would be ruined ; improvements would everywhere stand still ; inferior lands now producing corn would be given up, and return to a state...
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The Farmer's Magazine

1839
...year or two. But what would follow ? The small farmer would We ruined, improvements would everywhere stand still, inferior lands, now producing corn, would...of waste. The home consumption and brisk demand for .ill the various articles of the retail trader, which has so much contributed, even during the pressure...
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Grossbritanniens gesetzgebung über gewerbe, handel und innere communications ...

Carl Theodor von Kleinschrod - 1836 - 479 páginas
...that if unlimited foreign import were allowed, bread might be a lillle, though a very little, cheaper than it now is for a year or two. But what would follow? The small farmers nould be ruined, improvements would every where stand still, inferior lands now producing a...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1846
...the war had suspended, were now again allowed, bread might be a little, though a very little, cheaper than it now is, for a year or two ; but what would follow ? The small fanners would be ruined; improvement would stand still ; inferior lands now producing corn would return...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1849
...the war had suspended, were now again allowed, bread might be a little, though very little, cheaper than it now is for a year or two; but what would follow ? The small farmer would be ruined, improvement would stand still, inferior lands now producing corn would return to a state of waste,...
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A Letter to the Electors of Westminster, Tema 1

John Lettsom Elliot - 1850 - 100 páginas
...that, if unlimited foreign import be allowed, bread might be a little, though a very little, cheaper than it now is, for a year or two. But what would...lands, now producing corn, would be given up, and reduced to a state of waste. Then comes some interruption to the foreign import, commencing with the...
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Tracts on protection

National association for the protection of British industry and capital - 1850
...were now again allowed, bread might be a little cheaper though a very little cheaper than it is now, for a year or two. But what would follow ? The small...ruined — improvements would every where stand still, till inferior lands now producing corn would be given up and return to ,a state of waste. The home...
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The Relations of the Industry of Canada, with the Mother Country and the ...

Isaac Buchanan - 1864 - 551 páginas
...the war has suspended, were now again allowed, bread might be a little, though a very little, cheaper than it now is for a year or two. But what would follow?...small farmer would be ruined ; improvements would everywhere stand still ; inferior lands now producing corn, would be given up and return to a state...
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