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Evidence from local farmer William Knox Child about the price and availability of coal in Kent.
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Q continued: ...be an advantage also by having a Railroad conveyance for Coals.
A: I can only say we consider coals very High at Tunbridge. I have got the prices for the last 6 or 7 years I paid for my own family supply. We thought them very high. I believe the Medway is in the habit of dividing large profits.
Q: Will you read the prices.
A: By the Tunbridge Wharf the price of Coals in...
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