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 - of he PabliaJs'ext.irt Committees Sjiitiifield...
of he PabliaJs'ext.irt Committees Sjiitiifield Market. Yesterday, on the re - assembling of thit committee, i. xr - .i.: - . - k. .j;i.ln!,!Mulilriii as to the nuisances connected! with SmithficM market. Mr. Langham. butcher, of E Igware - road, was of opinion that the substitution of two markets on the north - euiern tide of the Thames would remedy the evil, and obviate the great inconvenience that now arose from the driving of animals through London. Of the 4,000 butchers in the metropolis not half slaughtered their own meat. There wu no combination in London to keep up the price of meat, though thrra was a combination of butchers, bankers, and salesmen. to keep up Smithfield - markct ; and witness hsd . been " mobbed and threatened wun violence me otner aay in Nawrato.markeL on account of his having given evidence

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  1. The Times,
  2. 11 May 1849, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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