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" The suspension of the existing Corn Law on the avowed admission that its maintenance aggravates the evil of scarcity, and that its remission is the surest mode of restoring plenty, would render its re-enactment or future operation quite impracticable.... "
The Worthies of Cumberland: Sir J.R. Graham, Bart - Page 210
by Henry Lonsdale - 1868
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English party leaders and English parties, from Walpole to Peel, Volume 2

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1878
...that Sir James Graham agreed with his chief we learn from a letter dated the 17th of October : f " The suspension of the existing Corn Law on the avowed...of restoring plenty, would render its re-enactment a future operation quite impracticable ; yet, if the evil be as urgent as I fear it will be, to this...
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English Party Leaders and English Parties: William Pitt, pt.II. George ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1878
...scarcity, and that its remission is the surest mode of restoring plenty, would render its re-enactment a future operation quite impracticable ; yet, if the...will be, to \ this suspension we shall be driven." Nature had condemned the Corn Laws ; and Sir Eobert found himself driven to contemplate their repeal....
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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century

James Taylor - 1882
...suspension of the existing Corn Law,' he wrote, 'on the avowed admission that its maintenance aggravated the evil of scarcity, and that its remission is the...it will be, to this suspension we shall be driven.' There is every probability that the Premier had by this time come to the same conclusion. When at length...
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Taxation, from the civil war to the present day

Stephen Dowell - Taxation - 1884
...again be closed: 'The suspension of the existing corn law,' Graham had written to Peel in October, ' on the avowed admission that its maintenance aggravates...re-enactment or future operation quite impracticable.' consulted the cabinet, and finding a want of unanimity in the opinions of his colleagues, placed his...
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A History of Taxation and Taxes in England from the Earliest Times ..., Volume 2

Stephen Dowell - Taxation - 1888
...again be closed : ' The suspension of the existing corn law,' Graham had written to Peel in October, ' on the avowed admission that its maintenance aggravates...re-enactment or future operation quite impracticable. Having determined in his mind the course he would pursue on the subject of the corn laws, Peel consulted...
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Sir Robert Peel: From His Private Papers, Volume 3

Sir Robert Peel, George Peel (Hon.) - 1899
...Parliament, to adopt measures, or to confirm those of the Executive. From Sir James Graham. Oct. 17, 1845. The suspension of the existing Corn Law on the avowed...operation quite impracticable. Yet, if the evil be so urgent as I fear it will be, to this suspension we shall be driven. Oct. 27. — The anti-Corn-Law...
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Life and Letters of Sir James Graham: Second Baronet of Netherby ..., Volume 2

Charles Stuart Parker - Great Britain - 1907
...must not act without the most accurate information. I fear the worst. And Sir James Graham replies : The suspension of the existing Corn Law on the avowed...it will be, to this suspension we shall be driven. Cabinets met on October 31 and on November 1, at which ' it became evident that very serious differences...
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Life and Letters of Sir James Graham: Second Baronet of Netherby ..., Volume 2

Charles Stuart Parker - Great Britain - 1907
...must not act without the most accurate information. I fear the worst. And Sir James Graham replies : The suspension of the existing Corn Law on the avowed...it will be, to this suspension we shall be driven. Cabinets met on October 31 and on November 1, at which ' it became evident that very serious differences...
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