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The case as it now stands, between the clothiers, weavers, and other manufacturers

Philalethes.

The case as it now stands, between the clothiers, weavers, and other manufacturers

with regard to the late riot, in the county of Wilts. ... Also some observations on the conduct of gentlemen and magistrates towards trade and manufacturers. In a letter to a Member of Parliament. By Philalethes.

by Philalethes.

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Published by printed for the author, and sold by T. Cooper in London .
Written in English


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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 5332, no. 28).

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FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],64p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19416639M

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Get this from a library. The case as it now stands, between the clothiers, weavers, and other manufacturers: with regard to the late riot, in the county of Wilts: with some remarks upon the Essay on between the clothiers, &c., printed in the Gloucester journal, Decem in a letter to a member of Parliament.

[Wiiliam Temple, of Trowbridge.]. The case as it now stands, between weavers clothiers, weavers, and other manufacturers: with regard to the late riot, in the county of Wilts: containing remarks on a libel, entitled an Essay on riots, printed in the Gloucester journal, Decem the whole interspersed with remarks on the advantages arising from trade, to the landed gentlemen also some observations on the conduct.

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On the other hand, the workers had some support from authority and they often looked to the justices for intervention in disputes.

Infor instance, the Judges of Assize responded to a complaint from some Bradford weavers that the clothiers had put them off their work, and ordered the bench to investigate the case.

T h at I may proceed in as good an Order as I can, (although I cannot pretend to Learning, or Ability to Compose a Book in a Methodical way,) but do wish that such a task as this, had been undertaken by between the clothiers other, that might have been able abundantly better to have mannaged it, to satisfaction of the Reader; Yet by reason of my former imployment in the Trade of a Cloathier, and afterwards in.

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