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Report on the decline in the agricultural population of Great Britain, 1881-1906.

Great Britain. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Report on the decline in the agricultural population of Great Britain, 1881-1906.

by Great Britain. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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Published by Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by Darling in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agricultural laborers -- Great Britain.,
  • Agriculture -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Population.

  • Edition Notes

    Series[Gt. Brit. Parliament. Papers by command] -- Cd. 3273., Papers by command (Great Britain. Parliament) -- Cd. 3273.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p.
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17781552M

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    HARP, ELBERT (Hale County, TX) (See also ABERNATHY, TX; AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT; GRAIN SORGHUM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION; See NATIONAL GRAIN SORGHUM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION Microfilm [Masters cold vault, call in advance]) HARP, FRED H. (Mr. and Mrs.) (Dora, NM) HARPER FAMILY (OK) (See SIMPSON, HORTIE HARPER). The decline of the gentry families and the country house was probably more obvious than that of the great landowners, a number of whom had seats outside the county. When the Sandfords of Sandford sold their estate of a. near Prees in they severed a family connexion with the area dating from just after the Norman Conquest.

    "during the years , , and , there was a great boom in land. Foreigners were pouring in, bringing capital; great confidence was put by foreign capitalists in the country, several railways had run out new branches, new railways were built, new banks were opened, and a very large extent of land was opened up and cultivated, and put under wheat and linseed, harvests Cited by: 2. ARCHIVE MAchinery Records at the University of Glasgow, World Sugar History Newsletter, 1(). 5. ARQUIVO NACIONAL (Brasil), Engenhos centrais, catálogo de documentos


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Ministry of Agriculture And Fisheries. Hence the report by Board of Agriculture and Fisheries [ Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Report on the Decline in the Agricultural Population of Great Britain, – London: HMSO [Google Scholar]] about the decrease in the rural labouring population maintained that it was the Elementary Education Act of that put a break Cited by: Abstract.

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Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class while in Spain for the first time. Fifteen years later, Dotty and. Report of the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain published. Written by Edwin Chadwick (see ), the report detailed grossly insanitary conditions and related these to the incidence of diseases and deaths; and contrasted .In an early chapter, "Letter VI" [v], he extolled the virtues of good old-fashioned agricultural ways of life and lamented how the new era ushered all that out In his town everyone, even preachers and judges, used also to be farmers; Goodrich's father, a Congregationalist minister, farmed and so did the writer-publisher Goodrich himself.Abstracts of papers on agricultural research in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, published during the year October, to September, London, H.

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