4 edition of The factory movement, 1830-1855. found in the catalog.
The factory movement, 1830-1855.
Ward, J. T.
|LC Classifications||HD2356.G7 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||515|
|LC Control Number||63022815|
book is rather narrowly centred upon the history of the Factory Movement as such, but within those limits it is a thorough and useful study. ROYDEN HARRISON University of Sheffield The Great Hunger: Ireland , by CECIL WOODHAM-SMITH; pp. xiv + Hamish Hamilton: London, , 3os.; Harper, Row: New York, , $ Towers Ward, The Factory Movement, , and Cecil Driver, Tory Radical: The Life of Richard Oastler, both excellent monographs, have covered it, but they emphasize the popular agitation centered in the northern manufacturing towns, and pay little attention to the role played by factory regulationsAuthor: Linn H. Barvin.
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Excerpt. In his History of the Factory Movement, published inSamuel Kydd The factory movement that the Movement's 'efforts in the factories, on the platform, through the Press, the pulpit and the Parliament, called into existence almost every shade of controversy, religious, moral, social, economical, political, philosophical and Parliamentary'.
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The History Of The Factory Movement: From The YearTo The Enactment Of The Ten Hours' Bill In Author: Samuel Kydd. The Factory Movement, by J. Ward The Factory Movement, by J.
Ward (pp. ) Review by: Roy A. Church. Thefirst so-called Factory Act was passed inon the initiative of the elder Sir Robert Peel. It was known as the Health and Morals of Apprentices Act, and dealt exclusively with the conditions Author: G.
Cole, A. Filson. The history of the factory movement, from the yearto the enactment of the ten hours' bill in [Kydd, Samuel.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of the factory movement, from the yearto the enactment of the ten hours' bill in Fielden ’s Act came into partial operation on 1 Julywhen young persons and women were restricted to 11 hours’ labour daily, or 63 hours in a week.
The change was effected by altering the provisions of the and Acts; and from 1 May the limitation was to be 10 hours per day, or 58 in a week.
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The Factory Movement, – by J. Ward (review) David Owen; The Canadian Historical Review; University of Toronto Press; Vol Number 3, September ; pp.
; Review ; View Citation; Additional Information. The Factory Movement, By J. Ward. MacMillan, Read preview Overview Factory Production in Nineteenth-Century Britain By Elaine Freedgood. The history of the factory movement, from the yearto the enactment of the ten hours' bill in by Kydd, SamPages: The Factory Movement, – By J.
Ward. London: Macmillan, Pp. 50s. - Volume 7 Issue 1 - W. BurnAuthor: W. Burn. The Factory System Septem Industrial Revolution and Nationalism - THE ENGLISH regarded themselves as a free people —. The Factory Movement by J. Ward The Factory Movement by J.
Ward (pp. ) Review by: John Roach. Consequently, the Factory Movement was permanently influenced by the events which preceded and provoked its emergence; its genealogy is to be sought in the Industrial : J. Ward. The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations between and The original Factory was on the fifth floor at East 47th Street, in Midtown rent was one hundred dollars per year.
Warhol left in when the building was scheduled to be torn down to make way for an apartment building. The Factory Movement, – By J. Ward. London: Macmillan and Co.; New York: St. Martin's Press, Pp. xii, Author: George W. Hilton. the movement for factory reform and the effects of the legislation.1 1 E.g.
B.L. Hutchins and A. Harrison, A History of Factory Legislation (London,2nd ed.); J.T. Ward, The Factory Movement, (London, ); Howard Marvel, "Factory Regulation: A Reinterpretation of.
The Factory Movement, New York: St. Martin's Press, —William E. Burns St. James Encyclopedia of Labor History Worldwide: Major Events in Labor History and Their Impact.The Movement asserted that factory children, no less than those more privileged, had rights to life, health, physical protection, education, play, a caring family life and a happy childhood, and argued that these rights were grounded in both the law of nature and the laws of by: 2.The History Of The Factory Movement: From The YearTo The Enactment Of The Ten Hours' Bill InVolume 1 [Samuel Kydd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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