Lord Farrer on The Free Trade Question. Mr. J.W. Probyn and Mr. I.S. Leadam on the Work of the Cobden Club. The Cobden Club and Prison-Made Goods. The Annual General Meeting of The Cobden Club, 1895 with the Committee's Report and Speeches...
(Great Britain - Labor & Trade History - Cobden Club)

London, England: The Cobden Club, 1895. F 35 pages; the annual meeting of the Club, with various speeches and reports; approx. 4 3/4" x 7" size; printed stapled self-wraps; browned paper stock, closed tear to back panel; in good condition and interesting late 19th century British political, economic & labor history ephemera; The Cobden Club (act. 1866 - 1982) British club that was formed by "...a group of exponents and adherents of the ideas of Richard Cobden that originated in Thomas Bayley Potter's proposal, in correspondence with John Stuart Mill in 1864, for a political science association in imitation of the successful Social Science Association set up in 1857. The idea, it seems, had Cobden's blessing, and following his death in April 1865, at the suggestion of Thorold Rogers, it took his name. The club was formed in May 1866, devoted to the worldwide diffusion of the principles linked with Cobden, summarized in its motto ‘Peace, free trade and goodwill among nations’..." (A. C. Howe in the DNB) Good Paperback (Item ID: 22164)

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