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Agr1culture 1n the Eighteenth Century
The Industrial Revolution of the E1ghteenth Century
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19th century Adam Smith agricultural areas Bank Bank of England became began Britain British industry brought built Canal carried cent changes Chartist coal Coalbrookdale colonies companies Corn Laws cotton duties early economic effective electric Empire enclosure engine England English especially example factories farmers farming free trade French George Stephenson grew growth houses important improved increase India invention iron James Watt Josiah Wedgwood Labour party Lancashire land landowners large numbers later Liverpool living locomotive London machinery machines majority Manchester manufacturers meant ment merchants million mills Moreover movement notable opened organised output overseas Parliament Poor Law population produced progress prosperity railways rates reform result Revolution rise roads schools social South steam steel supplies tariffs taxes textile took towns trade unions transport turnpike trusts various wages Watt West woollen workers workmen