Progress and Poverty: An Economic and Social History of Britain, 1700-1850

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19.
G. Dodd, Days at the Factories; on the Manufacturing Industry of Great Britain Described ( 1843), 158.
20.
P. Borsay, The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town, 1660-1770 ( Oxford, 1989).
21.
A. Everitt, "'Country, County and Town: Patterns of Regional Evolution in England'", Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th ser. 29 ( 1979), 94.
22.
Quoted in J. Langton, "'The Industrial Revolution and the Regional Geography of England'", Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, NS 9 ( 1984), 156-7.

FURTHER READING

On, T. S., The Industrial Revolution, 2760-2830 ( 1948).

Behagg, C., Politics and Production in the Early Nineteenth Century ( 1990).

Berg, M., The Age of Manufactures: Industry, Innovation and Work in Britain, 1700-1820 ( Oxford, 1985).

----- 'Women's Work, Mechanisation and the Early Phases of Industrialisation in England', in P. Joyce (ed.), The Historical Meanings of Work ( Cambridge, 1987).

----- 'Revisions and Revolutions: Technology and Productivity Change in Manufacture in Eighteenth-Century England', in J. A. Davis and P. Mathias (eds.), Innovation and Technology in Europe from the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day ( Oxford, 1991).

----- 'Commerce and Creativity in Eighteenth-Century Birmingham', in M. Berg (ed.), Markets and Manufacture in Early Industrial Europe ( 1991).

-----and Hudson, P., "'Rehabilitating the Industrial Revolution'", Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 45 ( 1992).

Borsay, P., The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town, 1660-1770 ( Oxford, 1989).

Clark, J. C. D., English Society, 1688-1832: Ideology, Social Structure and Political Practice during the Ancien Regime ( Cambridge, 1985).

Cole, W. A., "'The Measurement of Industrial Growth'", Economic History Review, 2nd ser. ( 1958-9).

Corfield, P. J., The Impact of English Towns, 1700-1800 ( Oxford, 1982).

Crafts, N. R. F., British Economic Growth during the Industrial Revolution ( Oxford, 1985).

----- "'British Economic Growth 1700-1831: A Review of the Evidence'", Economic History Review, 2nd set. 36 ( 1983).

-----and Harley, C. K., "'Output Growth and the British Industrial Revolution: A Restatement of the Crafts-Harley View'", Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 45 ( 1992).

----- Leybourne, S. J., and Mills, T. C., "'Trends and Cycles in British Industrial Production'", Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, ser. A 152 ( 1989).

Deane, P., and Cole, W. A., British Economic Growth, 1688-1959 ( Cambridge, 1962).

De J. Vries, European Urbanization, 1500-1800 ( Cambridge, Mass., 1984).

Everitt, A., "'Country, County and Town: Patterns of Regional Evolution in England'", Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th ser. 29 ( 1979).

Harley, C. K., "'British Industrialisation before 1841: Evidence of Slower Growth during the Industrial Revolution'", Journal of Economic History, 42 ( 1982).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • Chapter I - Introduction: the Possibilities of Growth 1
  • Notes 19
  • Further Reading 21
  • Part I - Agriculture and Rural Society 23
  • Chapter 2 - Agricultural Production: the Limits of Growth? 25
  • Conclusion 56
  • Notes 57
  • Further Reading 58
  • Chapter 3 - The Rise of the Great Estates and the Decline of the Yeoman 61
  • Notes 87
  • Further Reading 88
  • Chapter 4 - Open Fields and Enclosure: the Demise of Commonality 92
  • Notes 117
  • Further Reading 119
  • Part II - Industry and Urban Society 123
  • Chapter 5 - Diversities of Industrialization 125
  • Notes 145
  • Further Reading 146
  • Chapter 6 - The Domestic System of Manufactures 148
  • Conclusion 169
  • Notes 170
  • Further Reading 171
  • Chapter 7 - The Coming of the Factory 201
  • Chapter 8 - Furnaces, Forges, and Mines 206
  • Conclusion 232
  • Further Reading 234
  • Chapter 9 - Capital and Credit: Financing Industrialization 260
  • Further Reading 261
  • Part III - Integrating the Economy 265
  • Chapter 10 - Integration and Specialization 267
  • Notes 283
  • Further Reading 283
  • Chapter II - Transport 285
  • Conclusion 314
  • Notes 314
  • Chapter 12 - Merchants and Marketing 318
  • Conclusion 338
  • Notes 338
  • Further Reading 339
  • Chapter 13 - Banks and Money 342
  • Conclusion 357
  • Notes 358
  • Further Reading 359
  • Further Reading 361
  • Further Reading 382
  • Further Reading 383
  • Part IV - Poverty, Prosperity, and Population 385
  • Chapter 15 - Births, Marriages, and Deaths 387
  • Notes 415
  • Further Reading 416
  • Chapter 16 - The Standard of Living and the Social History of Wages 441
  • Chapter 17 - Poor Relief and Charity 447
  • Notes 471
  • Further Reading 472
  • Part V - Public Policy and the State 475
  • Chapter 18 - The Visible Hand: the State and the Economy 477
  • Notes 502
  • Further Reading 503
  • Chapter 19 - Taxation and Public Finance 507
  • Further Reading 530
  • Further Reading 530
  • Notes 557
  • Further Reading 558
  • Chapter 21 - Conclusion 565
  • Notes 566
  • Chronology 567
  • Statistical Appendix 573
  • Index 591
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