The growth of English industry and commerce in modern times, 1. del

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LAISSEZ FAIRE
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material progress and this involved a loss of stability
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cotton factories attracted attention not from the danger of overwork
628
duction of machinery in calico printing led to the substitution of boys
639
machines for carding and scribbling and these had been generally adopted
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large earnings to those woollen weavers who found employment but
660
The War and Fluctuations in Maritime Intercourse The
668
of materials and the interruption of the food supply and all capitalists were
689
the credit system was brought oat by the crisis of 1825 which led
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commerce gave rise to an agitation by London merchants against the system
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up by substantial tenants before the full effects of foreign competition
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faire in commerce combined with a belief that the colonies were an expense
850
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a parallel with that of the sixteenth century in the substitution of a
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policies of England and her colonies and in the development of Trade
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the same problems but it was less fitted to grapple with them from
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burden was deferred and while Pitts Sinking Fund which avoided
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reintroduce the assessment of wages and in a period of severe distress
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obtain redress under the existing laws but suffered from the passing
732
HUMAN WELFARE
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advocates of repeal the Combination Acts were not reimposed and the right
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by providing employment and granting allowances were most demoralising
763
shortening of hours would drive away trade and add to the distress
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iavourably with those that characterised cottage industries
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industries were the subject of enquiry and a strong case was established
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increasingly difficult either for individuals or municipalities The
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facilities were given for the formation of jointstock companies with limited
816
B Enclosure and Depopulation in 1607 pp 102 103
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Colonial and Commercial Administration under Charles II p 200
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E Complaints from the Counties 1650 p 179
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revenue and of the charge on the debt and ii the growth of population
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657
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mills though possibly illegal was permitted since they did the work well
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G Some difficulties in the interpretation of Historical Statistics
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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX
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GENERAL INDEX
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system 617
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