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Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine, 1808, Vol. 9: A Periodical Work, Exclusively Devoted to Agriculture and Rural Affairs

The Baron says, The great point at issue betwixt the con tending parties, may be condensed into these, two questions. Shall we have at all times a free Open trade in corn, without boun ty upon exportation, and without restriction as to importation from foreign countries or, Is it more wise and salutary for the nation, that the export of corn in plentiful years should be en couraged by bounties, and the importation Of foreign corn pro hibited and restricted to cases of necessity; that is, when the home produce of corn, from an accidental bad season, threatens famine? I do not well know whether or not the Baron's peri cranium be a little confused, or if his arithmetical education be but slender. Be that as it may, it is very evident that, instead of two, there happen to be three questions upon which writers are not yet at one, and in all human probability never will. The first relates to the expediency of a free trade in corn, unfettered by any law or statute whatever the second, to the propriety 01 giving a bounty upon the exportation of corn, except in cases ap proaching to famine: and the third, relates to the expediency 01 prohibiting the importation of foreign corn below 'a certain price These are three different views of the subject that have beer taken by a variety of writers upon the corn trade, all equally wise in their own conceit. Which of them has the merit of being it the right, I shall not pretend to decide so authoritatively as Baror Hepburn but, I flatter myself, with as much show Of reason up on my side.

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