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Evidence from local farmer William Knox Child about the price and availability of coal in Kent.
in Jany 1830 was 42 shillings a Chaldron and we have to fetch them in June 1830 they were 39 shillings a Chaldron in January 1831 they were 44 shillings a chaldton. In June 1831 they were 36 shillings a Chaldron in January 1832 they were 40 shillings a Chaldron in June 1832 they were 34 shillings a Chaldron in January 1833 they...
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