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" Because a fall in the price of any other commodity not of general necessity, brings the article within the reach of the consumption of a greater number of individuals, whereas in the case of corn, the average quantity is sufficient for the supply of every... "
the farmers magazine - Page 294
1823
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1821
...Tooke, one of the witnesses who was particularly examined to this point: — " Why should a dif' ferent principle apply to corn than to any other general...necessity, brings the article within the reach of the consumption of a ' greater number of individuals, whereas in the case of corn, the ' average quantity...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 25

1821
...Tooke, one of the witnesses who was particularly examined to this point: — " Why should a dif' ferent principle apply to corn than to any other general...necessity, brings the article within the reach of the consumption of a greater number of individuals, whereas in the case of corn, the average quantity...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 16

1821
...point." " Q. Why should a different principle apply to corn rather than to any general production ? A. Because a fall in the price of any other commodity, not of general necessity, brings the whole within the reach of the consumption of a greater number of individuals, whereas, in the case...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 63

Edmund Burke - 1822
...following extract from the answers of Mr. Tooke, one of the witnesses who was particularly examined to this point:— " Why should a different principle...necessity, brings the article within the reach of the consumption of a greater number of individuals, whereas in the case of corn, the average quantity...
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The Country constitutional guardian and literary magazine [ed. by J.M. Gutch].

John Mathew Gutch - 1822
...following extract from the answers of Mr. Tooke, one of the witnesses who WHS particularly examined to this point : — " Why should a different principle...necessity, brings the article within the reach of the consumption of a greater number of individuals, whereas in the case of corn, the average quantity...
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Annual Register, Volume 63

Edmund Burke - 1822
...following extract from the answers of Mr. Tooke, one of the witnesses who was particularly examined to this point : — " Why should a different principle...apply to corn than to any other general production I" " Because a fall in the price of any other commodity not of general necessity, brings the article...
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An Investigation Into the Causes of the Great Fall in Prices which Took ...

Arthur Crump - 1889 - 198 pages
...report of the Agricultural Committee of 1821. In that report it is stated : " A fall in the price of a commodity not of general necessity brings the article...for the supply of every individual : all beyond that causes a depression of the market for a great length of time." 180 I have very briefly enumerated some...
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