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, but those for husked are compatible (I exclude glutinous rice and wine-making rice). Th e data include one extraordinary famine price of 8000 cash per shi from winter 1779–80 (there were big distri- butions of relief grain in Sichuan in 1778–79; see Will et al., 1991: table 13.1). Under normal circumstances, grain prices peaked in summer and fell aft er the autumn harvest, to rise 432 Notes again in winter (Will, 1990: 182–84). Th e food value of husked rice was double that of the same volume of unhusked (the ratio varies for other grains), but the price