4 edition of Reports by Inspectors of Factories made to the Government, 1852-53 to 1856. found in the catalog.
Reports by Inspectors of Factories made to the Government, 1852-53 to 1856.
Great Britain. Factory Dept.
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Source: “Report from Dr. James Mitchell to the Central Board of Commissioners, respecting the Returns made from the Factories, and the Results obtained from them.”British Parliamentary Papers, () ll collected data from 82 cotton factories, 65 wool factories, 73 flax factories, 29 silk factories, 7 potteries, 11 lace factories, one dyehouse, one “glass works”, and 2.
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