Evidence on lack of markets in Kent page 2

Evidence on lack of markets in Kent page 2
  • Title: Evidence on lack of markets in Kent page 2

  • Date : 24 March 1836, p.261

  • Catalogue number : Parliamentary Archives, HC/CL/PB/2/2/36

  • Description :
    William Knox Child, a local famer and landowner, gives evidence that the lack of suitable markets in Kent means that farmers are not able to get a good price for their produce. 
  • Transcript:

    A: ...should probably have got a great price, they were apples of the best quality Ripston Pippins.

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