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Memorial

Anti-Corn Law League Clockmakers & Anti-Corn Law League

Plaque: Anti-Corn Law League

Inscription

On this site in the years 1844-1846 were situated the London offices of the Anti-Corn-Law League with which John Bright and Richard Cobden were so closely associated.

Site: Clockmakers & Anti-Corn Law League (2 memorials)

EC4, Fleet Street, 69

The ACLL plaque is on the wall to the left, hidden by the wall-mounted No Entry sign.

Note: despite their appearance, neither of these two plaques bears the name ‘Corporation of the City of London’.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Anti-Corn Law League

Information Subjects commemorated

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Anti-Corn-Law League

Founded in Manchester by Richard Cobden with the objective of having the Corn...

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John Bright

Politician.  Worked closely with Richard Cobden in the campaign for the repea...

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Richard Cobden

Political economist and Liberal MP. Born near Midhurst, Sussex, into a large ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Anti-Corn Law League

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Clockmakers

On this site lived two famous clockmakers, Thomas Tompion, F.R.S. "the father...

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