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SECOND EDITION.

THE

LAND QUESTION:

A LECTURE

GIVEN AT THE OXFORD REFORM CLUB,

NOVEMBER 26, 1884,

BY

CHARLES A. FYFFE, M.A.,

THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR THE CITY OF OXFORD.




"What may we expect with regard to the treatment of the land question in the next Parliament? On this subject I will commend to notice a pamphlet which has been written by Mr. Fyffe, who is Liberal candidate for the city of Oxford, and who I hope will represent the city of Oxford. Mr. Fyffe, in his pamphlet, has discussed in a thoroughly practical way the difficulties of the agricultural interest in this country at the present time, and has shown methods for their solution which are deserving of much attention.—Sir Charles Dilke.




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