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29 In a rueful tribute to Egremont's power, Assistant Poor Law Commissioner William Hawley wrote from Sussex to Edwin Chadwick, the commissioners' secretary, of the "utter improbability" of finding a suitable person in the Petworth Union to defend the Poor Law Commission. 30 Such an admission of his failure with Egremont, however, left Hawley bitter. He carried a grudge against Sockett that appears to have affected his dealings with parishes hoping to send some of their poor with the 1837 Petworth emigration.
43 This argument for assisted emigration appealed more to middleclass ratepayers like Sockett than to a man of Egremont's wealth. Nevertheless, Egremont liked Sockett's plan of assisted emigration, probably because it did not ask too much of him and did not require disturbing innovations. He had for years launched large, labour-intensive projects at times of high unemployment,44 and Sockett proposed to run his emigrations on a similar pattern. Although Egremont's recommendation of assisted emigration to Richmond also had Malthusian overtones, he looked at surplus population from the different perspective of a hereditary landowner.
30 Such an admission of his failure with Egremont, however, left Hawley bitter. He carried a grudge against Sockett that appears to have affected his dealings with parishes hoping to send some of their poor with the 1837 Petworth emigration. The Petworth emigrations were brought to an end when Egremont died in November 1837, before Sockett s tussle with the commissioners was fully played out. 4 West Sussex Poor Law Unions formed 1835—1836 INTRODUCTION 19 The chances of their revival were weakened when news of rebellions in the Canadas at the end of the same year all but cut off emigration from England in 1838.