<<A>> letter addressed to the members of both Houses of Parliament on the distresses of the hand loom weavers, as a remedy for which the expediency and practicability of a Board of Trade for the equalization of wages is proposed and considered
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Reproduction of original from Kress Library of Business and Economics, Harvard University
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 28505.7
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements
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Origin of the the [sic] new system of manufacture commonly called "Power-loom weaving" and the purposes for which this system was invented and brought into use fully explained in a narrative, containing William Radcliffe's struggles through life to remove the cause which has brought this country to its present crisis
By: Radcliffe, William Published: (1828)
- Manual labour, versus machinery, exemplified in a speech, on moving for a committee of parliamentary inquiry into the condition of half-a-million hand-loom weavers, in reference to the establishment of local guilds of trade with an appendix ... Published: (1834)
- Observations on power-looms and their effect on the hand-loom weaver being part of a correspondence between a gentleman at Leeds and his friend at Paisley Published: (1826)
- Observations on the use of power looms Published: (1823)
- <<An>> address to the members of both houses of Parliament on the injury the landholders sustain for the want of a protecting duty on imported corn, and by the inequality of their present burthens for the support of His Majesty's government and the poor, with a few hints on the expediency of equalizing the poor rates, and on the propriety of adopting some means to regulate the proceedings at county meetings Published: (1823)