Hume, J. D. 1774-1842. (1834). Letters on the corn laws, and on the rights of the working classes, originally 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. London: Printed by W. Clowes.MLA Citation
Hume, J. D. 1774-1842. Letters On the Corn Laws, And On the Rights of the Working Classes, Originally 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. London: Printed by W. Clowes, 1834.
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