CORN. [CLAYE, REV WILLIAM]. - A Supplementary Letter to the Right Honorable Lord William Bentinck. Corn Importation, &c.
Newark, printed by S. & J. Ridge 1826. Broadside 375x235mm, printed with manuscript notes. Folded with a manuscript docket title on the back: "Mr Claye's Letter to Ld. W. Bentinck - sent to me ^by him^ Nov 24 1826". The letter is dated in print Nov 4, 1826 from Westhorpe, Notts. ¶ The Rev William Claye of Westhorpe, Chaplain to the Duke of Grafton, is noted as being an owner of extensive tracts of land in Shilton's 1818 history of the area - which makes somewhat disingenuous his adding the clergy to the "humble classes of life," to whose lives the measure of May 1826 added "Distress and Misery". Unlocated in Copac and OCLC.AUD 90.00 [Appr.: EURO 63.75 US$ 68.62 | £UK 55.25 | JP¥ 7639] Book number 9603
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