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William Knox Child. a local famer, gives evidence to the Opposed Bill Committee on the transport of hops from Kent to London.
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A: ...at Tunbridge and it gets to the Medway.
Q: There is a necessity of carriage by water which leads to the inconvenience and the expense of landing.
A: A Barge goes only one day in the week if we send them on the Wednesday afternoon they wait till the following Wednesday morning before they go it is a loss to us the markets rise in the meanwhile and there is some risk and damage.
Q: Do you know whether the means of...
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