A full report of the inquiry into any acts of intimidation, outrage, or wrong, alleged to have been promoted, encouraged, or connived at by trade unions or associations, whether of workmen or employers, in the town of Manchester and its neighbourhood, and as to the causes of such acts, and the complicity of such trade unions or associations: Before Percival Andrew Pickering ... T.J. Barstow ... and G. Chance ... at the Manchester assize courts, commencing on Wednesday, September 4th, and ending Saturday, September 21st, 1867 ...
Manchester. Assize courts, Percival Andrew Pickering, Thomas Irving Barstow, Great Britain. Royal commission on trade unions, 1867-69
John Heywood, 1867 - Labor unions - 184 pages
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