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Distress in Lancashire

Distress in Lancashire

a visit to the cotton districts

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Published by Jackson, Walford & Hodder in London .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. ;
Number of Pages90
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Open LibraryOL19972359M

There is one feature of the distress in Lancashire which was seen strikingly upon the streets of our large towns during some months of I allude to the wandering minstrelsy of the unemployed. LETTERS OF A LANCASHIRE LAD ON THE COTTON FAMINE. The following extracts are from the letters of Mr. John Whittaker, “A Lancashire Lad,” one of the first writers whose appeals through the press drew serious attention to the great distress in Lancashire during the Cotton Famine.

Accrington / ˈ æ k r ɪ ŋ t ə n / is a town in the Hyndburn borough of Lancashire, lies about 4 miles (6 km) east of Blackburn, 6 miles (10 km) west of Burnley, 13 miles (21 km) east of Preston, 20 miles (32 km) north of Manchester city centre and is situated on the mostly culverted River ly abbreviated by locals to "Accy", the town has a population of 35, Country: England. Distress in the body and mind can be triggered by what appears to be something superficial. This can open up the past or come at a time when our emotional resilience is low so this event has a.

Embellish the book, if desired. Apply scraps of postage stamps or torn scraps of newspaper. Crumble a page of a book, flatten the page and glue onto the cover. Add distress ink to the cover to make it look more aged. Apply different colors of distressed ink pads to the cover and spray with water to allow the inks to mix and blend. Let dry.   Dialect poetry and song about the Lancashire Cotton Famine will discussed at an event in Dorset on 23 November and performed by Manchester ballad singer, Jennifer Reid. Lancashire .


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Public Works In Lancashire For The Relief Of Distress Among The Unemployed Factory Hands, During The Cotton Famine, With An Appendix On The Sewering Of Towns And Draining Of Houses [Rawlinson, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. The distress in Lancashire: its social, moral, and economic effects.

[John Plummer]. This book, Lancashire's lesson; or, The need of a settled policy in times of exceptional distress, a letter Lancashire's lessons: Or, The need of a settled policy in times of exceptional distress.

A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers, M. P., president of the Poor law board. THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE.; Terrible Effects of the Cotton Famine in England.

Quarter of a Million of People in One District Out of Work and Living on Charity. Facts, Figures and Incidents of the. Phases of Distress: Lancashire Rhymes Joseph Ramsbottom Full view - Phases of Distress: Lancashire Rhymes. by 'a Lancashire Lad' (J. Whittaker) Mi little savins soon wur' done, An' then aw sowd mi two-three things, — Mi books an' bookcase, o are gone, — Mi mother's picther.

This book has been in blackburn library, and has a white 'ibrary sticker to the inner board. History of the Distress in Blackburn, - 5 and the Means Adopted for the Relief by William Gourlay Dedicated to Robert Hopwood Hutchinson and James Barlow Stewardson Sturdy.

Phases of Distress: Lancashire Rhymes by Joseph RAMSBOTTOM. Publication date Publisher J. Heywood Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes. Preface Pages:   The Distress in Lancashire - Mill-Hands at work on Preston Moors Engraving c from The Illustrated London News detailing the construction of Moor Park.

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This question has usually been regarded from two angles as a factor in Anglo-American relations during the Civil War and as a problem in the relief of distress.

The apprehended distress in Lancashire consequent upon the stoppage of the American trade, is beginning to be realized. At Stockport, the increase of pauperism is characterized as alarming. Most manufacturers were complacent however. Lancashire cotton was pre-eminent and at the heart of Lancashire producing cloth that would encircle the globe was Blackburn.

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