A History of the Past and Present State of the Labouring Population: Including the Progress of Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce, Shewing the Extremes of Opulence and Destitution Among the Operative Classes. With Practical Means for Thei Employment and Future Prosperity, Volume 2
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