The Industrial Revolution

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PARLIAMENTARY COLBERTISM
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controlled the administrative system The legislative method of fostering
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new power over the plantations in a jealous spirit as they were afraid
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PUBLIC FINANCE
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necessitated the recoinage of 1696 was not due to debasement of
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some hesitancy on the part of the public various paper forms of credit
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received deposits The rivalry of wellconducted banks led to a general
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rampant The malpractice of the officials and the impoverished condition
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duction of machinery in calico printing led to the substitution of boys
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machines for carding and scribbling and these had been generally adopted
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granted allowances from the rates and this tided over the transition
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large earnings to those woollen weavers who found employment but
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AGGRAVATIONS OF THE EVILS OF TRANSITION
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frequent temptation to overtrading while Pitt used his power of borrowing
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burden was deferred and while Pitts Sinking Fund which avoided
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classes suffered from the high price of corn which was partly due to
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hemp and naval stores Increased attention was devoted to improving
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organised under Elizabeth and was developed by the establishment of
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occurred in the local distribution of industry can sometimes be explained
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were habitually taken to open and retain foreign markets for English cloth
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incursion gave opportunities for planting new industries which Parliament
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trade underwent little change in organisation but was exposed to difficulties
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with his own resources and from Manchester to Runcorn through
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SPIRITED PROPRIETORS AND SUBSTANTIAL TENANTS
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localities competed in a national market and no effort was made to maintain
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by the Act of 1662 which imposed serious restrictions on the labouring
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tillage while their pasture farming was discouraged and their timber
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colonies broke up the British commercial system and discredited
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would increase and that special encouragements were needless and costly
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factor in economic prosperity and desired to relieve its burdens they were
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HUMAN WELFARE
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new processes nor of new implements had such marked results as
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class The improvements in production led to the adoption of a new policy
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revolution first occurred through the inventions which Arkwright rendered
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while by occupations and village industries decayed and the tendency
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had been successful in both its objects for many years that of 1773
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obtain redress under the existing laws but suffered from the passing
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under the influence of John Stuart Mill became dissatisfied with the mere
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advocates of repeal the Combination Acts were not reimposed and the right
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by providing employment and granting allowances were most demoralising
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effectively till the hours for women were restricted and a normal working
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bandloom weavers was not treated as a subject for State interference
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now prohibited as well as that of women underground and a system
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FACILITIES FOR TRANSPORT
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of the East India Company to India was thrown open in 1813 but
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the credit system was brought out by the crisis of 1825 which led
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commerce gave rise to an agitation by London merchants against the system
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manufacturing interest The Irish Famine rendered suspension inevitable
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faire in commerce combined with a belief that the colonies were an expense
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POSTSCRIPT
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a parallel with that of the sixteenth century in the substitution of a
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