Industry in the Landscape

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The location of industry in the landscape

1
Thirsk, Joan, The Rural Economy of England, London, The Hambledon Press, 1984, pp. 217-57.
2
Defoe, Daniel, A Tour Through the Whole of England, vol. 2, London, J.M. Dent, 1927, letter VII, p. 89.
3
Lindsay, Jean, A History of the North Wales Slate Industry, Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1974, p. 88.
4
Ward, J.T., ‘Landowners and Mining’, in J.T. Ward and R.G. Wilson (eds), Land and Industry, Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1971, p. 70.
5
Palmer, Marilyn, The Richest in All Wales, British Mining No. 22, Sheffield, Northern Mine Research Society, 1983.
6
Keast, John, The King of Mid-Cornwall: The Life of Joseph Thomas Treffry (1782-1859), Redruth, Dyllansow Truran, 1982, pp. 122-36, 145-53.
7
Letter from Lord Rawdon to Mr Coltman, 20 December 1786, Huntington Library MSS. HA5125; letter from Lord Rawdon to Earl Ferrers, 1793, Huntington Library MSS. HA5128.
8
Biddle, Gordon, The Railway Surveyors, London, Ian Allan, 1990, pp. 92-5.
9
PRO. Rail 803/1, Ashby Canal Minute Book, letter Lord Rawdon to Bakewell, 31 August 1792; letter Lord Rawdon to Ellis Pestell, 2 September 1792.
10
Biddle, op. cit., p. 81.
11
Biddle, Gordon and Nock, O.S., The Railway Heritage of Britain, London, Michael Joseph, 1983, p. 224.
12
Simmons, Jack, The Railway in Town and Country 1830-1914, Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1986, p. 308.
13
Trinder, Barrie, The Industrial Revolution in Shropshire, Chichester, Phillimore, 1973, pp. 319-34.
14
Mee, Graham, Aristocratic Enterprise, Glasgow, Blackie, 1975, p. 141.
15
Tangye, Michael, Tehidy and the Bassets, Redruth, Dyllansow Truran, 1984, p. 48.
16
Young, Arthur, A Six Months Tour through the North of England, vol. III,

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