Enclosures, a cause of improved agriculture, of plenty and cheapness of provisions, of population, and of both private and national wealth

Publication Date1787
RemainderBeing an examination of two pamphlets, entitled, the one, A political enquiry into the consequences of enclosing waste lands, and the cause of the present high price of Butcher's meat, &c. The other, Cursory remarks upon enclosures, by a Country Farmer; together with some slight observations upon the report of the London Committee, appointed the 16th of July, 1786, to consider the causes of the present high prices of provisions. By the Rev. J. Howlett, vicar of Great Dunmow, Essex
PublisherPrinted for W. Richardson, Royal Exchange


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