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Malton—W. Worsley, Esq.
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Tamworth-J. Holte Bracebridge, Exeter—Ralph Barnes, Esq.
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Page On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. I. On Agriculture Financial State of the British Empire, Part I. . The Shopkeepers and the Retail Trade The Cotton Manufacture .. Ireland-Statistics Wooing of Master Fox, a Fable .
11 Colonies of Great Britain. Statistics Commerce Agricultural Distress On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. Ireland, No. 1.-On Poor Laws Taxation, No. II. Agriculture . The Shipping Interest Our Sound and Wholesome State !
29 Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers
30 Wooing of Master Fox-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. III.-A Prophecy
35 Agriculture .
36 Taxation, No. III. Letter from Mr. Stocks . Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers—continued The Cotton Manufacture . Ireland, No. II.- Poor Laws Wooing of Master Fox-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. IV. Is the Country Distressed ? Agriculture The Silk Trade of England and Continental Europe Letter from Mr. Oastler . Letter on the Corn Laws .. Defence of the Industrial Magazine Letter from an Operative . Letter from an Agriculturist Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. V. Good Times Mr. Salt's Advertisement for a Meeting at Birmingham Agriculture Ireland, No. III.-Poor Laws Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued .
76 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VI.
81 On the late Change in the Administration
85 Tc the Electors of the United Kingdom
90 Minority who voted for Mr. M. Attwood's Motion
92 Inequality of Taxation, by G. R. Robinson, Esq. M.P. Letter from Mr. J. B. Bernard, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge
95 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VII.
99 Letter from Mr. Thomas Warsop
103 Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued
105 The Cotton Manufacture :
109 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VIII.
113 Agriculture-Mr. Medley's Address :
119 Hand-Loom Weavers-Mr. Maxwell's Letter .
124 Reciprocity System
125 Bank of England, its Liabilities and Assets
127 Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-- continued
128 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. IX.
129 Agriculture-Yorkshire Central Association .
132 Taxation, No. IV. Hand-Loom Weavers-Mr. Gillon's Letter
137 Prosperity-Letter from the Paupers of Bledlow to the Poor-Law Commissioners 140
Letter from Mr. Stocks on the Effects of Low Wages
- Mr. Braby on the Rights of Producers
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