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The Aftermath of the "last labourers' revolt": fourteen pamphlets, 1830-1831

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The Aftermath of the "last labourers' revolt": fourteen pamphlets, 1830-1831
Title
The Aftermath of the "last labourers' revolt": fourteen pamphlets, 1830-1831
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD8389
LC item number
.A65
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
British labour struggles: contemporary pamphlets
Series volume
1727-1850
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Labor movement
  • Poor
Label
The Aftermath of the "last labourers' revolt": fourteen pamphlets, 1830-1831
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
An essay on the state of the country, in respect to the condition and conduct of the husbandry labourers, by F. Place [first published 1831?]. -Swing unmasked, by E. G. Wakefield [first published 1831]. -A letter to the Right Hon. Henry, Lord Brougham and Vaux, Lord high chancellor of Great Britain, by J. Richardson [first published 1831]. -Plain sense and reason [first published 1831]. -The Scotman's advice to the labouring classes, on the best means of raising their wages, by C. Maclaren [first published 1830]. -An equitable property tax: a financial speculation : and a fair rate of wages to the labouring poor, by a loyal Briton [first published 1831]. -Address to the farmers of the United Kingdom, on the low rates of profit in agriculture and in trade, by R. Torrens [first published in 1831]. -The state of the nation, at the close of 1830, by T. P. Macqueen [first published 1831]. -Proposal for the establishement of village schools of industry [first published 1831]. -A plan for immediately ameliorating the present distressed condition of the agricultural labouring poor, by W. M. Farish [first published 1830]. -Letter to Sir Thomas Baring, bart., M. P. &c. &c. &c. on the causes which have produced the present state of agricultural labouring poor, by T. Postans [first published 1831]. -Allotments of land, by M. Gore [first published 1831]. -The poor man's best friend, by S. Demainbray [first published 1831]. -Tithes, by H. Court [first published 1831]
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various pagings)
Isbn
9780405044113
Lccn
72002518
System control number
  • 179511-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)179511
  • (Sirsi) o00553448
  • (OCoLC)553448
Label
The Aftermath of the "last labourers' revolt": fourteen pamphlets, 1830-1831
Publication
Contents
An essay on the state of the country, in respect to the condition and conduct of the husbandry labourers, by F. Place [first published 1831?]. -Swing unmasked, by E. G. Wakefield [first published 1831]. -A letter to the Right Hon. Henry, Lord Brougham and Vaux, Lord high chancellor of Great Britain, by J. Richardson [first published 1831]. -Plain sense and reason [first published 1831]. -The Scotman's advice to the labouring classes, on the best means of raising their wages, by C. Maclaren [first published 1830]. -An equitable property tax: a financial speculation : and a fair rate of wages to the labouring poor, by a loyal Briton [first published 1831]. -Address to the farmers of the United Kingdom, on the low rates of profit in agriculture and in trade, by R. Torrens [first published in 1831]. -The state of the nation, at the close of 1830, by T. P. Macqueen [first published 1831]. -Proposal for the establishement of village schools of industry [first published 1831]. -A plan for immediately ameliorating the present distressed condition of the agricultural labouring poor, by W. M. Farish [first published 1830]. -Letter to Sir Thomas Baring, bart., M. P. &c. &c. &c. on the causes which have produced the present state of agricultural labouring poor, by T. Postans [first published 1831]. -Allotments of land, by M. Gore [first published 1831]. -The poor man's best friend, by S. Demainbray [first published 1831]. -Tithes, by H. Court [first published 1831]
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various pagings)
Isbn
9780405044113
Lccn
72002518
System control number
  • 179511-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)179511
  • (Sirsi) o00553448
  • (OCoLC)553448

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