The Letters of Richard Cobden: Volume I: 1815-1847 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0199211951
ISBN-10: 0199211957
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Painstakingly transcribed and meticulously annotated this volume whets the appetite for the subsequent volumes Sehepunkte Here are nearly 900 letters...many previously unpublished as the foremost commentator on the history of free trade and mercantile politics in Britain. Jonathan Parry, Times Literary Supplement Anthony Howe's comprehensive, erudite and superbly annotated edition... [is] an indispensable resource for understanding the Victorians. Miles Taylor, London Review of Books

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Anthony Howe is a Professor of Modern History, University of East Anglia.

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