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Whereas we are informed that the price of corn, and all sorts of grain, meale and malt, is grown excessive high in several parts of this kingdom, which doth arise as is conceived from the great quantities of corn which have been of late carried out of this kingdom, into forreign parts ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Arran.

Title:Whereas we are informed that the price of corn, and all sorts of grain, meale and malt, is grown excessive high in several parts of this kingdom, which doth arise as is conceived from the great quantities of corn which have been of late carried out of this kingdom, into forreign parts ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Arran.
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Note:Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took ... and are to be sold by Mary Crook ..., [1684]
  
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Subject:Grain trade -- Law and legislation -- Ireland
Subject:Ireland -- History -- 1649-1775
Subject:Ireland -- Politics and government -- 17th century
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