A Letter to the Farmers of England, on the Relationship of Manufactures and Agriculture. By One Who Has Whistled at the Plough.
London: James Ridgeway, Piccadilly. 1843. 8vo, 16pp, 2 woodcuts of horse-drawn ploughs on title-page, disbound
The author, a soldier and journalist was employed by the Anti-Corn Law League after Rochard Cobden read his articles signed ‘One who has whistled at the plough’ and was ‘struck by the graphic force’ of his writing. For a full account of his life see the DNB.
Reference: Goldsmiths’ Library Cat. 33194
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