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The Old Economic
CHAPTER H The Old Eco
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19th century agricultural areas artisans became began Bombay Britain British brought canals capital capitalist carried caste cattle cent coal colonies commercial Commercial Revolutions companies competition construction Corn Laws cotton countries crafts crops cultivation duties economic Empire employers enabled England English established Europe export factories Factory Act famines farms favour feudal foreign trade former Germany gilds Government gradually growth handicrafts Hence important improved increased India Industrial Revolution iron irrigation Islam Japan jute labour laissez faire land landlords latter lords machinery manufactured markets Meiji Restoration ment mercantile methods modern moneylenders Moreover movement obtained owing peasants period political population production profits progress protection Punjab railways rates raw materials result revenue roads Russia secure ships social steamers Suez Canal supply tariff tenants tion took towns trade unions transport village villeins wages workers yarn Zollverein