21 pages matching methods in this book
Results 1-3 of 21
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE EARLIER FORMS OF INDUSTRY
THE TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS
1 other sections not shown
abroad activity agriculture areas Arkwright Bank of England banks became Benjamin Gott bills Birmingham Boulton Boulton and Watt Britain brought canals capital Carron ironworks cent centres coal Coalbrookdale coalfields coke colliers cottage cotton device early economic effect eighteenth century employed employers employment enclosure engine England enterprise exports factory farming fuel furnace growth hand harvests improvements increased industrial revolution industrialists innovation inventions iron industry ironmasters ironworks James Watt John John Roebuck Josiah Wedgwood labour Lancashire land large numbers later less London machines Manchester manufacture material Matthew Boulton ment merchants metal methods Midlands mills mines output patent period pits population pottery production rate of interest rise Samuel Crompton Samuel Garbett Scotland skill Society spinners spinning steam supply textile Thomas Newcomen tion took towns trade transport wages Wales Walker weavers weaving Wedgwood women wool woollen workers yarn Yorkshire