The Industrial Revolution and the Atlantic Economy: Selected Essays

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a
Abramovitz, M. 161 , 165 , 182 , 200 ;
Kuznets cycle 183 , 202 -4
Accum, F.C. 90
aggregate growth models 236 -7, 246
agricultural prices 4 , 5 , 67 , 68 , 86 , 87 -90 passim
agricultural regions 147 , 156 -8, 169 , 170
‘agricultural revolution’ 81 -2, 96 -8
agriculture:
iron consumption 16 ;
livestock farming 66 -7, 83 -4;
productivity 67 -8, 87 ;
wages 90 ;
Wales 226 ;
see also food
Aitchison, L. 103 , 104 , 108
Aitchison, J. 224
Albion, R.G. 14 , 63 , 69 , 77
alkalies 74
Allen, R.C. 68
American colonies:
differential population growth 36 -7;
interaction between Britain and 36 -9, 47 -53, 76 ;
naval stores 63 -5;
slavery 37 -8;
taxation 46 ;
see also United States
American War of Independence 45 , 46 , 69 -70
anglicization of Wales 211 , 224
Argentina 165 , 192 , 193 -4, 200
armies 54
Arrow, K.J. 7
Arthur, W.B. 104
Ashley, Sir W. 84
Ashton, T.S. 2 , 39 , 108
Atkinson, A.B. 104
Australia 165 , 193 , 194 , 200
Austrian Succession, War of 43 , 44 , 46
Ayer, A.J. 141

b
Baines, D. 209 -10, 211 , 229
Bairoch, P. 16 , 76
Baltic countries:
naval stores trade 63 -5;
see also Sweden
Bank of England 185 , 191 , 192 , 194 , 195 , 200 -1 bank rate 191 , 192 , 195 -8
bar iron imports 8 , 9 , 13 , 21 , 24 , 74 ;
eighteenth century 60 , 75 -6, 111 ;
seventeenth century 12 , 25 -30
bar iron prices 8 , 29 ;
eighteenth century 61 , 100 , 109 ;
seventeenth century 10 , 12 , 12 -13
bar iron production 109 ;
direct method 102 -3;
indirect method 103 ;
reverberatory technique 109 , 110 -13, 214
Barker, T.C. 74
barley 84 , 85 , 89 , 90 , 96 , 98 ;
see also grain imports, meal
Baugh, D.A. 44 , 46 , 64 , 65
Beach, W.E. 192
beef 87 , 88
Beer, G.L. 56
Beer, Max 126 -7
Bentham, Jeremy 127 , 141

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