Mirror of Literature,  11 (1828), 433–34.

The New Corn Exchange




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Statistics, Political Economy, Institutions, Architecture

    Describing the Greek Doric architecture of the new Corn Exchange, observes: 'Indeed, the accuracy of its details almost corresponds with the fora of the ancients, except that its halls are appropriated to the Philosophy of Statistics, or of those provoking items £. s. d.—and its speculations restricted to the Smiths and the Malthuses of our days' (433).

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