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Oxford Journal - 24 October 1812 - Corn Laws Meeting - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

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Oxford Journal, 24 October 1812

Transcribed by Nicholas Adams.


At a Meeting of the Gentlemen and Yeomen
resident in the neighbourhood of Chipping Norton, held,
by adjournment, at the White Hart Inn, in Chipping Norton,
the 21st October, 1812;

After reading the Resolutions entered into by the Gentle-
men in the neighbourhood of Stow on the Wold, as published
in the Oxford Papers,

Resolved unanimously, That we highly approve of those Reso-
lutions, and that we will co-operate with the Committee there
appointed by every means in our power.

Resolved unanimously, That A. T. RAWLINSON, Esq. and
G. F. STRATTON, Esq. be requested to communicate with
them for that purpose, and to endeavour, in conjunction with
them, to promote the use of the LEGAL WINCHESTER
MEASURE, at the markets in the counties of WORCESTER

Resolved unanimously, That while we rejoice in the general
adoption of the legal Measure in this and Banbury Markets,
yet as some few persons still persevere in a clandestine opposi-
tion to it, we will no longer delay enforcing it by all those
means which the laws have placed in our hands.

Geo Fred. Stratton,William Orson,John Barlow,
A. T. Rawlinson,Oliver Aplin,S. Huckvale, jun.
Michael Corgan,Edw. Matthews,Thomas Cockbill,
Sam. Huckvale,Jabez Kimber,Edward Smith,
John Baker,Edm. Woodman,John Bushy,
Charles Stought,Thomas Harbidge,Edward Neville,
John Harris,John Warmington,William Well,
William Brooks,William Lampett,John Colbourn,
Robert Brooks,Humphrey Fowler,John Phillips,
Richard Minchin,William Fowler,Thomas Taylor,
Robert Beaman,Thomas Bowles,William Stayt,
Daniel Smith,Robert Pratt,John Fletcher.

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