The Cotton Trade and Industrial Lancashire, 1600-1780

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Manchester University Press, 1931 - Cotton growing - 539 pages
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Contents

CHAP
28
BOOK II
109
THE EXPORT TRADE IN COTTON GOODS
145
i The Large Capitalists
241
Immigrants
277
i The Manchester Smallwares Manufacture and the Dutch
284
CHAP
309
THE WEAVERS OF MANCHESTER
324
ii The Suppression of the Weavers Societies 175860
361
XX
384
EARLY SPINNING MACHINERY
411
THE INTRODUCTION OF THE FLY SHUTTLE
449
THE SUCCESS OF SPINNING MACHINERY
472
iii The Carding Machine in Lancashire
486
APPENDIX
509
411
526

i The Dutch Loom Weavers
333
THE BEGINNINGS OF TRADE UNIONISM
340
COMBINATIONS AND STRIKES 175682
355
465
532
184
538

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