Grain trade -- Great Britain -- Tables. : The farmer's and corn-buyer's assistant : containing I. Tables wherein the value of any quantity of corn, from a Bushel to twenty Comb, in what is termed Full, or Bare Measure, (at any Rate per Comb, from Three Shillings, increasing by Three-Halfpence per Comb, to Thirty Shillings) may be had in less than a quarter of a minute. II. Tables for Malt-Retailers; in which is shewn the Value of any Quantity of Malt, from a Comb to a Quarter of a Peck, and from Sixteen Shillings per Comb, decreasing by the most usual Prices, to Four Shillings. III. Tables wherein is shown the value of any number of yards or pounds, (from One to One Hundred) from One Farthing per Yard or Pound to Three Shillings, increasing at One Farthing per Yard or Pound. The Whole calculated and examined- by Richard Harvey, School-Master, in Bungay.
Grain trade -- Kazakhstan. : Transition to agricultural market economies : the future of Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine / edited by Andrew Schmitz (University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA) and William H. Meyers (University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, USA).
Grain trade -- Law and legislation -- Delaware. : By His Excellency Cæsar Rodney, Esq; president ... A proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas by an act of the General Assembly of the said state, intitled, "An act to prohibit the exportation of provision from this state ..." the exportation of wheat, flour or other provisions is prohibited ... Given under my hand and the great-seal of the state, at Dover, the third day of May ... one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine.
Grain trade -- Prices -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Unum necessarium: or, The poore mans case: being an expedient to make provision of all poore people in the Kingdome. Humbly presented to the higher powers : begging some angelicall ordinance, for the speedy abating of the prises of corne, without which, the ruine of many thousands (in humane judgment) is inevitable. In all humility propounding, that the readiest way is a suppression or regulation of innes and ale-houses, where halfe the barley is wasted in excesse : proving them by law to be all in a præmunire, and the grand concernment, that none which have been notoriously disaffected, and enemies to common honesty and civility, should sell any wine, strong ale, or beere, but others to be licensed by a committee in every county, upon recommendation of the minister, and such of the inhabitants in every parish, where need requires, that have been faithfull to the publike. Wherein there is a hue-and-cry against drunkards, as the most dangerous antinomians : and against ingrossers, to make a dearth, and cruell misers, which are the caterpillars and bane of thi / By John Cooke, of Graies Inne.