Labour and Socialism: A History of the British Labour Movement, 1867-1974

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Notes
1
ASE Rules, 1864. Quoted in S. and B. Webb, Industrial Democracy, London 1901, pp. 469-70.
2
S. and B. Webb, The History of Trade Unionism, London 1902, pp. 199-200.
3
B. McCormick and J.E. Williams, 'The Miners and the Eight Hour Day, 1863-1910', Economic History Review, 2nd series, vol. xii, 1959, p. 223.
4
J. E. Williams, The Derbyshire Miners, London 1962, pp. 120, 134.
5
J. S. Mill, Principles of Political Economy, 1848, Pelican ed., 1970, p. 133.
6
Statement by executive of United Society of Boilermakers, 1865. Quoted in J. E. Mortimer, History of the Boilermakers' Society, vol. 1, London 1973, p. 65.
7
F. Engels, "'The English Elections'", 1874. Reproduced in K. Marx and F. Engels , On Britain, Moscow 1962, p. 507.
8
'Address of the Land and Labour League to the Working Men and Women of Great Britain and Ireland'. Quoted in R. Harrison, Before the Socialists, London 1965, pp. 246-50.
9
Harrison, op.cit., p. 233
10
H. Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor, vol. iii, London 1851, p. 233.
11
Lloyd Jones, article in "The Beehive", January 1872.
12
J. P.D. Dunbabin, "'The Revolt of the field: The Agricultural Labourers' Movement in the 1870s'", Past and Present, 26, 1963, p. 69.
13
Pamela Horn, Joseph Arch 1826-1919. The Farm Workers' Leader, Kineton 1971, p. 71.
14
Rules of the Taff Vale Railway Company, 1855. Quoted in P. W. Kingsford , Victorian Railwaymen. The Emergence and Growth of Railway Labour, 1830-1870, London 1970, p. 20.
15
K. W. Wedderburn, The Worker and the Law, Harmondsworth, 1971, p. 331.

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