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FREE TRADE AND THE LEAGUE:

A BIOGRAPHIC HISTORY

or the

PIONEERS OF FREEDOM OF OPINION,
COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, & CIVILISATION,
... IN BRITAIN,

from

THE TIMES OF SERFDOM

to

THE AGE OF FREE TRADE IN MANUFACTURES,
F00D, AND NAWIGATION,

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Anti-bread tax circular, 513, 526.

Anti-corn-law association of Man-
chester, 152. 399, 414, 416, 481,
486

Anti-corn-law bazaar at Manchester
in 1841, 514.
Anti-corn-law circular, 487.
Anti-corn-law league, 486.
Ashworth, Edmund, 179.
Ashworth, Henry, 214.
Ballantyne, John, 487.
Banquet, anti-corn-law banquets at
* 487, 490, 493, 504,
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Taxter, Edward, 414.
Bazaar at Manchester, in 1841, 414.
Bazaar articles contributed, 520.
Bentham, Jeremy, 330.
Bowring, Dr. John, his visit to Man-
chester in 1838,399.
Bowring, Dr. John, his speech, 401.
Bowring, Dr. John, his life, 417.
Bowring, Dr. John, at the opening of
the Free Trade Hall, at Man-
chester, 528.
Bright, John, M.P., on the growth of
cotton in India, 284. See also,
4.17, 491.
Bright, John, M.P., memoir of 529.
Brooks, John, manufacturer of Man-
chester, 426.
Brotherton, Joseph, M.P., 413.
Brotherton, Joseph, M.P., memoir of,
562.
Buckingham, James Silk, 284.
Buckingham, James Silk, committee
of inquiry in 1834, into his expul-
sion from India. Resolutions una-
nimously reported to the house. 291.
Buckingham, James Silk, facts proved

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Buckingham, James Silk, his opinion
on Indian reform, aud quarantine
laws, 299. o
Buckingham, James Silk, on domestic
and social reforms, 300.
Buckingham, James Silk, on antiqua-
rian researches, 304.
Byng, George, M.P., his advice to Mr.
Cobden, 522.
Chartist leaders hired by the bread-
taxers, 508.
Childs, John, of Bungay, his pro-
phecy of the corn bill of 1815,
385.
Clarkson, Thomas, memoir of 233.
Cobden, Richard, his speech in the
Chamber of Commerce, Manchester,
13th Dec. 1838, 174.
Cobden, Richard, his second speech in
the Chamber of Commerce, Man.
chester, 188.
Cobden, Richard, his form of petition
for the total repeal of the corn
laws, 193.
Cobden, Richard, notices of him, 429,
500, 522.
Cobden, Richard, he announces the
proposition to raise a fund of
£50,000, 524.
Cobden, Richard, memoir of 540.
Conference of ministers of religion at
Manchester, 513, 521.
Corn law of 1815, opinions of Man-
chester politicians on it, when en-
acted, 386.
Corn Exchange, Manchester, League
meetings at, 523.
Crawford, Sharman, 502.
Cunningham, W.A., 414.
Dalziel, Andrew, 414.
Dyer, J. C., 171, 184, 196.

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