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A. Yarranton. England's improvement on sea and land. Londres, Ire partie, 1677, 2e partie, 1681.

Considerations upon the East India trade [par Sir Dudley North?]. Londres, 1701.

A short essay upon trade in general, by a lover of his country. Londres, 1740.

Considerations on taxes, as they are supposed to affect the price of labour in our manufactures. Londres, 1764.

R. Bentley. A view of the advantages of inland navigation, with a plan of the navigable canal intended for a communication between the ports of Liverpool and Hull.

Newcastle-uncier-Lyme, 1766.

ft. Whitworth. The advantages of inland navigation. Londres, 1766.

H. Homer. An inquiry into the means of preserving and improving the public roads of this kingdom. Oxford, 1767.

La richesse d,e VAngleterre. Vienne, 1773.

The history of inland navigations, particularly those of the duke of Bridgewater, Londres, 1776.

Adam Smith. An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. 2 voL Londres, 1776.Nouscitons d'apres 1 Edition Mac Culloch, Edimbourg, 1870.

Arth. Young. Political arithmetic, containing observations on the present state of Great Britain and the principles of her policy in the encouragement of agriculture. Londres, ire partie, 1774, 2e partie, 1779.

James Anderson. Observations on the means of promoting a spirit of national industry. Edimbourg, 1777.

The outlines of a plan for establishing a united company of British manufacturers. Londres, 1798.

W. Tatham. The political economy of inland navigation, irrigation and drainage.

.Londres, 1799.

Publicola. Reflections on the general utility of inland navigation to the commercial and landed interests. Londres, 1800.

G. Chalmers. An estimate of the comparative strength of Great Britain during the present and four preceding reigns. Londres, 1804.

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. Laurence. The duty of a steward to his lord,. Londres, 1727.

Jethro Tull. The new horse-houghing husbandry, or an essay on the principles of tillage and, vegetation. Londres, 1731.

J. Cowper. An essay proving that enclosing commons and common field lands is contrary to the interest of the nation. Londres, 1732.

A method humbly proposed to the consideration of the honourable the members of both Houses of Parliament, by an English woollen manufacturer. Londres, 1744.

H. Homer. An essay upon the nature and method of ascertaining the specific shares of proprietors upon the inclosures of common fields. Oxford, 1767.

S. Addington. An inquiry into the reasons for and against enclosing the open fields. Coventry, 1767.

N. Forster. Inquiry into the causes of the present high price of provisions. Londres, 1767.

Arthur Young. The farmer's letters to the people of England. Londres, 1767.

The advantages and disadvantages of inclosing waste lands and open fields, impartially stated and considered, by a country gentleman. Londres, 1772.

An inquiry into the connection between the present price of provisions and the size of farms, with remarks on population, as affected thereby, by a farmer [J. Arbuthnot]. Londres, 1773.

Arthur Young. Observations on the present state of the waste lands of Great Britain. Londres, 1773.

An inquiry into the advantages and disadvantages resulting from bills of enclosure.

Londres, 1780.

Observations on a pamphlet entitled an inquiry into the advantages, etc.. Londres, 1781.

A political inquiry into the consequences of inclosing waste lands and the causes of the present high price of butcher's meat, being the sentiment of a society of farmers in... shire. Londres. 1785.

J. Howlett. Inquiry into the influence of enclosures upon the population of England. Londres, 1786.

Cursory remarks on inclosures, showing the pernicious and, destructive consequences of inclosing common fields, by a country farmer. Londres, 1786.

Th. Stone. Suggestions for rendering'the inclosure of common fields and waste lands a source of population and riches. Londres, 1787.

J. Howlett. Enclosures a cause of improved agriculture, of plenty and cheapness of provisions, of population, and of both private and national wealth. Londres, 1787. ,

David Davies. The case of the labourers in husbandry. Londres, 1795.

Th. Wright. A short address to the public on the monopoly of small farms. Londres, 1795.

Sir G. O. Paul. Observations on the general enclosure bill. Londres, 1800.

A. Young. An inquiry into the propriety of applying wastes to the maintenance and support of the poor. Londres, 1802.

Id. On the size of farms. Paru dans les Georgical Essays, publ. par A. Hunter, tome IV, essai XXVII. York, 1803.

General report on inclosures, drawn up by order of the Board of Agriculture. Londres, 1808.Publie sous la direction de Sir John Sinclair. Tres important: impartial dans des faits, quoique nettement favorable aux enclosures.

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Gregory King. Natural and political observations upon J he state and condition of England (1696). Publ. par G. Chalmers, Estimate of the comparative strength of Great Britain. Londres, 1804.

D. de Fo8. Giving alms no charity, and employing the poor a grievance to the nation.' Londres, 1704.

H. Fielding. An inquiry into the causes of the late increase of robbers. Londres, 1751.

Id. A proposal for making an effectual provision for the poor. Londres, 1753.

Reasons for the late increase of the poor rates, or a comparative view of the prices of labour and provisions. Londres, 1777.

W. Eden. Four letters to the Earl of Carlisle (the third edition, to which is added a fifth letter on population, on certain revenue laws, etc.). Londres, 1780.

R. Price. Essay on the population of England, from the Revolution to the present time. Londres, 1780.

J. Howlett. An examination of Dr Price's essay on the population of England and Wales and the doctrine of the increased population of this kingdom, established by facts. Maidstone, 1781.

W. Wales. Inquiry into the state of population of England and Wales. Londres, 1781.

Uncertainty of the present population of this kingdom. Londres, 1781.

Th. Gilbert. Considerations on the bills for the better relief and employment of the poor. Londres, 1787.

J. Howlett. The insufficiency of the causes to which the increase of the poor and of the poor rates have been commonly ascribed. Londres, 1788.

Th. Percival. Observations on the state of population in Manchester, 17751789. Manchester, 1789.

A letter to Sir . C. Bunbury, bart, on the poor-rates, by a gentleman of Suffolk. Londres, 1795.

R. Malthus. An essay on the principle of population as it affects the future improvement of society. Londres, 1798.

Id. An investigation into the causes of the present high price of provisions Londres, 1800.

Sir Frederick Morton Eden.

An estimate of the number of inhabitants in Great Britain and Ireland. Londres, 1800.

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L. Roberts. The treasure of traffike, or a discourse on forraigne trade. Londres, 161. .

J. Haynes. A view ot the present state of the clothing trade in England, its decay and remedies. Londres, 1706.

Id. Provision for the poor, or a view of the decayed state of the woollen manufacture. Londres, 1715.

A brief state of the printed callicoes, woollen and silk manufactures [par D. de Foe?]. Londres, 1719.

Brief answer to a brief state of the printed callicoes, woollen and silk manufactures [par W. Asgill]. Londres, 1719.

The just complaints of the poor weavers truly represented. Londres, 1719.

brief state of the question between printed jand painted callicoes, and the woollen and silk manufactures. LondresI 1719.

The weaver's pretences examined. Londres, 1719.

The weaver's true case. Londres, 1720.

The case of the journeymen callico-printers. Londres, 1720.

Observations on wool and the woollen manufacture, by a manufacturer of Northamptonshire. Londres, 1739.

An essay on riots [sur les emeutes des tisserands du Wiltshire]. Londres, 1739.

Remarks on the essay on the weavers' riots. Londres, 1739.

The case between the clothiers and the weavers. Londres, 1739.

John Smith. Chronicon rusticum-commerciale, or memoirs of wool, woollen manufacture and trade, particularly in England. 2 vol., Londres, 1747.Contient des analyses et des textes de brochures rares, relatives a l'industrie de la laine.

Timothy Shuttle. The worsted small-ware weavers' apology, together with all their articles, which either concern their society or trade. Manchester, 1756. Exemplaire unique a la Bibl. de Manchester (Free Reference Library), n 18266.

J. Dyer. The Fleece, a poem in four books. Londres, 1757.

The petition' and memorial of the manufacturers and, printers of silks, callicoes, linens, fustians and stuffs, in and near Manchester in the county of Lancaster. Manchester, 1778.

R. March. A treatise on silk, wool, worsted, cotton. Londres, 1779.

Thoughts on the use of machines in the cotton manufacture, addressed to the working people in that manufacture and to the poor in%general, by a friend of the poor. Manchester, 1780.Attribue par W. Radcliffe Doming Rasbotham, un des juges de paix du .

Sir John Dalrymple. The question considered, whether wool should be allowed to be exported when the price is low at home on paying a duty to the public. Londres, 1781.

Considerations upon the present state of the wool trade, by a gentleman resident on his estate in Lincolnshire. Londr. s, 1781.

|G. Chalmers] The propriety of allowing a qualified exportation of wool discussed historically. Londres, 1782.

N. Forster. Answer to Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet upon the exportation of woo I. Colchester, 17 82.

The contrast, or a comparison between our woollen, linen, cotton and silk manufactures. Londres, 1782.

Plain reasons addressed to the people of Great Britain against the intended petition to Parliament for leave to export wool. Leeds, 1782.

A letter to the landed gentlemen and graziers of Lincolnshire, by a friend and neighbour. Cambridge, 1782.

A short view of the proceedings of the several committees and meetings held in consequence of the intended petition to Parliament from the country of Lincoln for a limited exportation of wool. Londres, 1782.

The case of Richard Arkwright and in relation to Mr. ArkwrighVs invention of an engine for spinning cotton, etc. into yarn; stating his reasons for applying to Parliament for an Act to secure his right in such invention, or for such other relief as to the Legislature shall seem meet. Londres, 1782.

A short essay written for the service oj the proprietors of cotton mills and the persons employed in them. Manchester, 1784.

John Wright. An address to the members of both Houses of Parliament on the late tax laid on fustian and other cotton goods. Warrington, 1785.

Manufactures improper subjects of taxation. Londres, 1785.

Patrick Colquhoun. The case of the cotton-printers of Great Britain. Londres, 1785.

A report of the receipts and disbursements of the committee of the fustian trade. Manchester, 1786.

A letter showing the necessity to amend the laws concerning the woollen manufacture. Ipswich, 1787.

The humble petition of the poor spinners of the town and county of Leicester. Leicester, 1787.

An important crisis in the callico and muslin manufacture of Great Britain explained. Londres, 1788.ظ! et tres rare: ne se trouve pas au British Museum. Un exemplaire est conserve a la Free Reference Library de Manchester, n(> 3622.

The question of wool truly stated. Londres, 1788.

Patrick Colquhoun. An account of facts relating to the rise and progress of the cotton manufacture in Great Britain. Londres, 1789.

! Wool encouraged without exportation, or practical observations on wool and the

woollen manufacture, by a Wiltshire cloth.er. Londres, 1791.

W. Edenson. A letter to the sp'nners and, manufacturers of cotton wool upon the present situation of the market. Londres, 1792.

H. Dundas. The cotton manufacture of this country. Londres, 1793.

Articles, rules. orders and regulations made and to be observed, by and between the friendly associated cotton-spinners within the township of Manchester in the county of Lancaster and in other townships and places of the neighbourhood thereof. Manchester, 1795.

A letter to the inhabitants of Manchester on the exportation of cotton twist. Manchester, 1800.

A second letter to the ihnabitants of Manchester on the exportation of cotton twisty by Mercator. Manchester, 1800.

Observations founded upon facts on the propriety or impropriety of exporting cotton twist for the purpose of being manufactured into cloth by foreigners. Londres, 1803.

A view of the cotton manufactories in France. Manchester, 1803.

J. Anstie. Observations on the necessity of introducing improved machinery into the woollen manufacture of the counties of Wilts, Gloucester and Somerset. Londres, 1803.

Observations on the cotton-weavers' Act. Manchester, 1804.

R. Owen. Observations on the effects of the manufacturing system, with hints

for the improvement of those parts of it which are most injurious to health and

morals. Londres, 1815.

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S. Sturtevant. Metallica, or the treatise of metallica, briefly comprehending the doctrine of diverse new metallicall inventions. Londres, 1612.

J. Rovenzon. A treatise of metallica, but not that which was published by Mr. Simon Sturtevant upon his patent. Londres, 1613.

Dud Dudley. MetallurA Martis, or iron made with pit-coale, sea-coale, etc., and' with the same fire to melt and, fine imperfect mettals, and refine perfect mettals. Londres, 1665.

Ch. Povey. A discovery of indirect practices in the coal trade. Londres, 1700.

Th. Savery. The miner's friend, or an engine to raise water by fire described, and* the manner of fixing it in the mines. Londres, 1707.

The present stale of Mr. Wood's mine partnership. Londres, 1729.

To all lovers of art and ingenuity. Londres, 1729.Prospectus de l'entreprise de ' Wo.od.

A letter from a merchant at Whitehaven to his friend in London. Londres, 1730..

A letter from a merchant at Whitehaven to an iron master in the South of England,. Londres, 1730.

An account of Mr. Wood's iron made with pulverized ore and pit-coal. Londres, 1731.

Beware of bubbles. Londres, 1731.

Postlethwayte. Considerations on the making of iron with pit or peat-coal fire^ Londres, 1747.

The state of the trade and manufactory of iron considered. Londres, 1750.

J. Wedgwood. An address to the young inhabitants of the Pottery. Newcastle- under-Lyme, 1783.

Id. An address to the workmen in the Pottery, on the subject of entering into the- service of foreign manufacturers. Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1783.

Address and proposals from Sir John Dalrymple bar*-, on the subject of the coal, tar and iron branches of trade. Edimbourg, 1784.

J. Watt An answer to the treasury paper on the iron trade of England and Ireland. Londres, 1785.

J. Bramah. A letter to the right honorable Sir James Eyre, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, on the case Boulton and Watt versus Hornblower and Ma- berly. Londres, 1797.

Boulton and Watt. Proposals to the adventurers. Birmingham, 1800.Prospectus, adresse aux propmtaires de mines. L. Dechesne. Uevolution economique et sociale de V Industrie de la laine en Angleterre. Paris, 1900.Etude un peu rapide, mais utile.

Sir Benjamin Dobson. Humidity in cotton-spinning. Manchester, 1901.Etude d'un caractere puremant technique.

W. Fairbairn. Iron, its history, properties and processes of manufacture. Edimbourg, 1869.Partie historique interessante.

Id. Treatise on mills and millwork. Londres, 1863.Renseignements sur les millwrights et l'installation des premieres usines outillage mecanique.

W. Felkin. History oj the machine-wrought hosiery and lace manufactures. Londres, 1867.Monographie mal composee, mais solide et complete.

J. Francis. History of the Bank of England, its times and traditions, 2 vol. Londres, 18'.Surtout anecdotique.

R. L. Galloway. The steam-engine and its inventors. Londres, 1881.

Id. History oj coal-mining in Great Britain. Londres, 1882.

R. Guest. A compendious history of the cotton manujacture, with a disproval of the claim of Sir Richard Arkwright to the invention of its ingenious machinery. Manchester, 182 3.Tres ii^ressant et assez concluant.

Id. The British cotton manujacture. Manchester, 1828)Discussions l'appui de la these soutenue dans l'ouvrage precedent. G.

Henson. The civil, political and mechmical history of the framework-knitters in Europe and Anerica. Londres, 1831.A servi ? W. Felkin.

W. Hirst. History of the woollen trade during the last sixty years. Leeds, 1844.

J. James. History oj the worsted manufacture in England from the earliest times. Londres, 1837.

Llewellyn Jewitt. The ceramic art o) Great Britain from prehistoric times down to the present day, 2 vol. Londres, 1878.Important surtout pour etude des styles et des marques. H.

Joyce. History of the Post Office to 1836. Londres, 1893.

J. Kennedy. On the rise and progress oj the cotton trade. Memoirs of the Literary and philosophical Society of Manchester, 2e serie, vol. III. Manchester, 1817.

J. Lister. Coal mining in Halifax. Old Yorkshire, 2e serie. Londres, 1885. F.

Lohmann. Die staatliche Regalung der englischen Wollindustrie vom XV. bis zum XVIII. Jahrhundert. Staats- und sooialwissenschaftliche Forschungen herausgegeben von G. Sohmoller, fascicule XVIII. Leipzig, 1900. Etude

1 serieuse et documentee.

M. A. Lower. The ancient iron industry of Sussex, dans le volume intitule Contributions to literature, historical, antiquarian, and metrical. Londres, 1854. Anecdotique.

W. I. Mac Adam. Notes on the ancient iron industry of Scotland. Londres, 1887. Interessant pour l'histoire locale.

D. Mushet. Papers on iron and steel. Londres, 1840.Ouvrage d'un technicien: deux ou trois articles presentent un certain interet au point de vue historique. G.

Nicholls. Iron making in the olden times. Londres, 1866.Sur les mines et les forges de la Foret de Dean.

J. Percy. Metallurgy of iron and steel. Londres, 1864.Notes historiques dans la derniere partie.

R. E. Prothero. The pioneers and progress of English farming. Londres, 1888. Expose succinct, mais tres clair, du mouvement agronomique au XVIlie si?cle.

W. Radcliffe. Origin of the new system oj manufacture, commonly called power- loom weaving. Stockport, 18 Mlange d'histoire et de polemique.

Ed. Rigby. Holkham, its agriculture. Norwich, 1817.

Rise, progress, present stale and, prospects of the British cotton manufacture [par J. R. Mac Cullo-h?], Edinburgh Review, tome XLVI. Edimbourg, 1828. Exam^n de la Compendious history, de R. Guest (voir plus haut).

Th. Rogers. The first nine years oj the Bank of England. Londres, 1887. H.

Scrivenor. A comprehensive history of the iron trade from the earliest records to the present period. Londres, 18H, 2e d. (remaniee), 1854.Documente: tableaux statistiques interessants.

S. Sholl. A short historical account of the silk manufacture in England,. Londres, 1811.Histoire des coalitions ouvrieres dans l'industrie de la soie.

R. H. Thurston. History of the growth of the steam-engine. Londres, 1878.

A. Warden. The linen tfade. Londres, 1864. W. Abram. History of Blackburn, town and parish. Blackburn, 1877.

W. A. Axon. Annals of Manchester. Manchester, 1880.

E. Baines. History of the county palatine and duchy of Manchester, tome II. Londres, 1836.Complete l'ouvrage du meme auteur intitule History of the cotton manufacture.

Th. Baines. History of the commerce and town of Liverpool, and of the rise of manufacturing industry in the adjoining counties. Londres et Liverpool, 1852.

Th. Baines. Yorkshire, past and present, 2 vol. Londres, 1877.Collection de notioes locales.

Th. Bainas et vV. Fairbairn. Lancashire and Cheshire, past and present, 2 . Londres, 1869.

J. Brand. The history and antiquities of the town and county of Newcastle-upon- Tyne, including an account of the coal trade in that place. 3 vol. Londres, 1789. Important pour l'histoire des mines de houille. D.

Bremnsr. The industries of Scotland, their rise, progress, and present condition. Edimbourg, 1869.

A. Brown. History of Glasgow and of Paisley, Greenock and Port-Glasgow, 2 vol. Glasgow, 1795. E.

Butterworth. An historical account of the towns of Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybrid- ge, and Dukinfield. Ashton, 1842.

Id. Historical sketches of Oldham. Oldham, 1856.Renseignements precieux sur les families manufarturier )s d3 la region.

J. Clegg. Annals of Bolton. Bolton, 1888.

M. Dunsford. Historical memoirs of the town and parish of Tiverton. Londres, 1790.Important pour l'histoire du travail et des graves des tisserands dans le Devonshire.

W. Enfield. An essay towards the history of Lever pool (sic). Warrington, 1773

Lt Col. Harding. The history of Tiverton in the county of Devon. 2 vol. Londres, 18'i5.

Ch. Hardwick. History of the borough of Preston and its environs Preston 1857.

R. Hollinsworth. Mancuniensis ( au debut du XVIle siecle). Manchester, 1839.

J. Hunter. Hallamshire. The history and topography of the parish of Sheffield. Londres, 1869.Contient des documents interessants sur l'industrie du fer.

W. Hutton. History of Birmingham. Birmingham, 1795.Recit traditionnel, sans valeur historique pour toute la periode ۸ au XVIlie siecle. Te- moignage d'un contemporain dans la derniere partie.

Id. History of Derby from the remote ages of antiquity to the year 1791. Derby et Londres, 1791.Peu de chose sur l'histoire ^.

J. James. The history and topography of Bradford in the county oj York. Londres et Bradford, 18.

Id. Continuation and, additions to the history of Bradford and its parish. Bradford, 1866.Renseignements abondants sur l'histoire de l'industrie des laines peignees.

J. A. Langford. A century of Birmingham life, 2 vol. Birmingham, 186S.Depouil- lement des anciens journaux de Birmingham, d'un ظ! surtout anecdo- tique.

Local notes and queries, 9 vol. Birmingham, 18671896.Recueil des textes relatifs a l'histoire de Birmingham; a la bibliotheque de cette ville (Birmingham Central Free Library).

G. Mac Gregor. History of Glasgow. Glasgow, 1881.

J. Mayhall. The annals of Yorkshire from the earliest period to the present time, 3 vol. Londres, 1874.

J. Ogden. Manchester a hundred years ago. Manchester, 1887.

S. Shaw. History of the Staffordshire Potteries, and the rise and progress of the manufacture of pottery and porcelain. Hanley, 1829.Fonde en partie sur des temoignages oraux.

W. A. Shaw. Manchester old and new, 3 vol. Londres, 1896.

S. Timmins. The resources, products and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district. Londres, 1866.Partie historique tres reduite.

J. Ward. The borough of Stoke-upon-Trent. Londres, 1843.

R. Welford. History of Newcastle. 3 vol. Londres, 18841887.

J. Wheeler. Manchester; its political, social and commercial history, ancient and modern. Londres, 1836.Assez bien fait, surtout pour la periode contempo- raine de l'auteur. D.

Whittle. History of Preston, 2 vol. Preston, 18211837.

Victoria History of the counties of England, en 160 vol.En cours de publication.

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G. Barnett Smith. Leaders of modern industry. Londres, 1894.Ouvrage de vulgarisation: rien d'original.

J. Brown. Memoir of Robert Blincoe. Publie dans The Lion, tome Ier. Londres, 18.8.Histoire d'un apprenti dans l'industrie du coton, a la fin du XVIIIe siecle.

Th. Carter. Memoirs of a working man. Londres, 1848.

W. Cooke-Taylor. Life and times of Sir Robert Peel, 3 vol. Londres, 1847.

F. Espinasse. Lancashire worthiesy 2 vol. Londres, 1874 1877.Compilation peu originale.

Fortunes made in business, a series oj original sketches, biographical and anecdotic, from the recent history of industry and, commerce, by various writers, 2 vol. Londres, 1884.Peu de chose sur le XVIHe siecle: renseignements interes- sants, ti^s d'archives prive s.

J. French. The life and, times of Samuel Crompton. Londres et Manchester. 1859. Contient en appendice: R. Cole, Some account of Lewis Paul, and his invention of the machine for spinning cotton-wool by rollers.Fonde sur des documents d'archives privees.

R. Jardine. An account of John Roebuck, M. D., F. R. S. Edinburgh. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, tome IV, 1796.

L. Jewitt. The Wedgwoods, being a life of Josiah Wedgwood with notices of his works, memoirs of the Wedgwood and other families, and a history of the early potteries of Staffordshire. Londres, 1865.Contient des documents interes- sants; methode n^diocre.

J. Kennedy. A brief memoir of Samuel Crompton, with a description of his machine called the mule. Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. 2e serie, tome V. Manchester, 1831.

Memoir of Matthew Boulton esq., late of Soho, Handsworth, Staffordshire. Birmingham, 1809.

Memoir of Edmund Cartwright., D. D. Londres, 182 5.Tmoignage contemporain.

J. Metcalfe. The life of John Metcalfe, commonly called blind Jack of Knaresbo- rough. York, 1795. E.

Meteyard. The life of Josiah Wedgwood, from, his private correspondence and family papers, 2 vol. Londres, 1866.Important: sources excellentes.

Id.4 A group oj Englishmen, being records of the younger Wedgwoods and, their friends. Londres, 1871.Fait suite a 1'ouyrage !^

J. Muirhead. The origin and progress of the mechanical inventions or James Watt, 3 vol. Glasgow, 1854.

R. Owen. The life of Robert Owen, written by himself, with selections of his writings and correspondence. Londres et Philadelphie, 1857.Autobiographies utile surtout pour 1'histoire des idees d'Owen, mais qui nous renseigne aussi sur la Evolution industrielle, dont. il a ete le premier a signaler la ^percussion sur l'ordre social.

R. Dale Owen, Threading my way. Londres, 1874.Quelques pages interessantes sur David Dale et la fondation de New-Lanark.

A. N. Palmer. John Wilkinson and the old Bersham ironworks. Extrait des Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion. Londres. 18^9.

Sir Lawrence Peel. A sketch of the life and character of Sir Robert Peel. Londres, 1860.L'auteur a fait usage de papiers de famille.

The Peel family, its rise and fortune, articles publies dans le Manchester Examiner and Times, en octobre et novembre 1850.

S. Smiles. The lives of the engineers, 3 vol. Londres, 1861.La forme est ceile d'un ouvrage de vulgarisation, mais le fond est solide et la documentation tres serieuse.

Id. Industrial Biography: iron workers and tool-makers. Londres, 1863.

Id. Lives of Boulton and Watt. Londres, 1865.Bonne biographie, depouille- ment soigneux et nombreu^es citations de la correspondance echangee entre les deux associes et des papiers des deux families.

Id. Josiah Wedgwood, his personal history. Londres, 1894.

S. Timmins. Matthew Boulton (extrait des Transactions of the Archaeological Ssction of the Birmingham and Midland Institute). Birmingham, 1872.1 Courte notice, mais qui porte la trace de recherches originates ainsi que les suivantes.

Td. James Watt. Birmingham, 1872.

Id. William Murdoch. Birmingham, 1894.

Th. Webster. The case of Henry Cort and his inventions in the manufacture of iron. Serie d'articles parus dans le Mechanics' Magazine, nouv. serie, vol. I et II. Londres, 1859.

G. Williamson. Memorials of the lineage, early life, education and development of the genius of James Watt. Greenock, 1856.Interessant surtout en ce qui concerne la vie privee et la famille de Watt.

B. Woodcroft. Brief biographies of inventors of machines for the manufacture of textile fabrics. Londres, 1863.Recueil de courtes notices, assez bien faites, mais sans valeur originate, sauf sur quelques points.

John Wyatt, master carpenter and inventor (17001766) compiled from original manuscripts. Londres, 1805.Les documents dont l'auteur a fait usage sont les Wyatt MSS, plus haut.

Ch. Wyatt. On the origin of spinning cotton by machinery. Communication publiee dans Repertory of Arts, Manufactures and Agriculture, 2e serie, vol. XXXII. Londres, 1818.

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Alfred [S. Kydd] History of the factory movement from the year 1802 to the enactment of the ten hours bill in 1847. Londres, 1857.Depouillement conscien- cieux des enquetes parlementaires sur le travail dans les fabriques.

P. Ashrott. The English poor-law system, past and present. Londres, 1902.

A. L. Bowley. Wages in the United Kingdom in the XlXth century. Londres, 1900.Question de n^thode bien traitee.

L. Brentano. On the history and development of Gilds and, the origin of Trade- Unions. Londres, 1871.These contestable.

Id. Die Arbeitergilden der Gegenwart, 2 vol. Leipzig, 1872. A.

Busching. Die Entwickelung der handelspolitischen Beziehungen zwischen England, und seinen Kolonien bis zum Jahre 1860. Stuttgart et Berlin, 1902. Collection des Miinchener wirtschaftliche Studien, tome XLVIII.

E. F. Gay. The inquisitions of depopu1 ation in 1517 and the Domesday of Inclosures. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, nouv. serie, vol. XIV. Londres, 1900.Examen critique du Domesday of Inclosures de I. S. Leadam.

Id. Zur Geschichte der Einhegungen in England,. Staats- und social-wissenschaft- liche Fors'hungen. Leipzig, 1903.

C. G.Harper. The great North road, the old mail road to Scotland, 2 vol. Londres 1900.

W. A. S. Hewins. English trade and jinance, chiefly in the XVIIth century. Londres, 1892.etudes documentees: bonne methode critique.

Id. The regulation of wages by the justices of the peace. Economic- Journal, vol. VIII. Londres, 1898.

W. Hulme. On the history of patent law in the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries. Law Quart Ravicw, vol. XVIII. Londres, 1902. B.

L. Hutchins et A. Harrison. The history of factory legislation. Londres,

1903. monographie.

Ed. Jenks. Modern land law. Oxford, 1899.

I. S. Leadam. The Domesday oj Inclosures, 2 vol. Londres, 1897. Publication de la Royal Historical Society.

E. M. Leonard. The early history of the English poor relief. Londres, 1900.

E. Nasse. Ueber die mittelalterliche Feldgemeinschaft und die Einhegungen des XVIten Jahrhunderts in England. Bonn, 1869.

George Nicholls. History of the English poor law, in connection with the state of the country and the condition of the people, 3 vol. Londres, 1898.Mediocre, mais utile comme des faits et des textes.

J. Phillips. A general history oj inland, navigation, foreign and domestic. Londres, 1792. Appendices ϸ en 1793 et 1794.Donne exactement l^tat des voies navigables a la date de la publication.

J. Priestley Historical account of the navigable rivers, canals and railways, throughout Great B'itzin. Londres, 1831.Donne la liste des travaux par ordre alphabetique, avec ^ference aux actes du Parlement les autorisant.

J. Rae. Why have the yeomanry perisheffl Contemporary Review, vol. II, Londres, 1883.

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt. Notes sur la legislation anglaise des chemins. Paris, 1801. F.

Seebohm. The English village community. Londres, 1888.Etude i^^ressante, en partie conjecturale.

C.Wagner. Ueber die wirtschaftliche Lage der Binnenschifffahrtsun ternehmungen in Grossbritannien und Irland,. Archiv fur Eisenbahnwesen, Berlin, 1901 et 1902.Qu^lques indications historiques.

C. Walford. Fairs, past and present. Londres, 1883.

S. et B. Webb. History of Trade Unionism, 2e d. Londres, 1902.

Id. The assize of bread. Economic Review, vol. XIV. Londres, 1904.

L. B. Wells. A sketch of the history of the canal and river navigations of England and Wales (av. carte). Memoirs and Proceedings of the Manchester Literary Society, nouv. serie, vol. VIII. Manchester, 1894.

O. Weyer. Die engli^che Fabrikinspektion, ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Fabrik- gesetzgebung. Tubingue, 1888.

V.

A. Anderson. An historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce. 2 vol. Londres, 1764, 2e d., 4 vol. 1789.Vieille compilation, encore utile pour le XVIHe siecle.

W. J. Ashley. Introduction to English economic history and theory, vol. II (la fin du moyen ?ge et la Renaissance). Londres, 1893.Excellent.

Id. Histoire et doctrines economiques de VAngleterre, traduction frangaise par P. Bondois et S. Bouyssy. Paris, 1900.

C. Beard. The industrial revolution, 2e ed.Londres, 1902. Petit livre de vulgarisation, clair et succinct. G.

Bry. Histoire industrielle et ^ de TAngleterre depuis les origines jusqu'a nos jours. Paris, 1900.Ouvrage de seconde main, tr6s e^mentaire.

R. W. Cooke Taylor. Introduction to a history of the factory system. Londres, 1886.Sans appareil critique, et un peu superficiel mais clair et ^!

Id. The modern factory system. Londres, 1891.

Id. Factory system and factory acts. Londres, 1894.

W. Cunningham. Western civilisation in some of its economic aspects, vol. II (Modern Times). Londres, 1900.Vues gnrales sur Involution ^.

Id. The growth of English industry and commerce, 2e partie (Modern Times), 3e edition. Cambridge, 1903.Manuel de l'histoire ^ de TAngleterre: indispensable pour se mettre au courant.

W. Cunningham et E. A. Mac Arthur. Outlines of English industrial history. Cambridge, 1895.

Sir F. M. Eden. The state of the poor, or a history of the labouring classes in England from the conquest to the present period, 3 vol. Londres, 1797.Documente pour la seconde ظ du XVIlie siecle.

P. Gaskell. The manufacturing population of England, its moral, social and physical conditions, and the changes which have arisen from the use of steam machinery. Londres 1833.Souvent vague et dclamatoLre.

Id. Artizans and machinery. Londres, 1836. 2e dition, , de 1'ouvrage p^cedent. H.

de B. Gibbins. Industrial history of England. Londres, 1890.

Id. Industry in England, its historical outlines. Londres, 1896.Expose rapide, sans discussions critiques. A. Held. Zwei Biicher zur sozialen Geschichte Englands. Leipzig, 1881.Fait avec soin, surtout d'apres les documents parlementaires.

J. A. Hobson. The evolution oj modern capitalism (a study oj machine production) Londres, 1894.Plus de theorie que d'histoire: tendance a abstraire et a classer.

G. Howell. The conflicts oj capital and labour, 2e d. Londres, 1890.Presque entierement a l'histoire des Trade-Unions au XIXe siecle.

Leone Lewi. The history of British ccmmerce and of the economic progress of the British nation (17631878), 2e ed. Londres, 1880 Superficiel.

D. Macpherson. Annals of ccmmerce, manufactures, fisher.es and navigation, 4 vol. Londres, 1805.Fait suite a VHistory of commerce d'Anderson, Montre surtout le mouvement du commerce exterieur jusqu'en 1801.

K. Marx. Das . tal, Kritik der politischen Oekonomie, Ier y0l. 3e d. Hambourg* 1883.Nombreux passages relatifs a l'histoire ^ de l'Anglet(rre ^voir notamment ch. VIII, XI, XII, XIII, XIX, XXIII). Connaissance appro- fondie de la litt^rature economique et des documents parlementaires.

R. Porter. The progress of the nahcn in its various social and economic relations Londres, 1851.Surtuut statistique.

Thorold Rogers. Six centuries of work and wages. Oxford, 1884.

Id. Histoire du travailet des salaires depuis la fin du XIIle sucle. Trad, fran^aise, par E. Castelct. Paris, 197. sur les documents de VHistory oj agriculture and prices.

G. Schmoller. Die geschichtliche Entwickelung der Unternehmung. Jahrbuch fiir- Gesetzgebung, Verwaltung und Volkswirtschaft, annee 1893. Leipzig, 1893. Essai de synthese, important surtout pour l'histoire de la banque. G.

von Schulze-Gaevernitz. Der Grossbetrieb, ein wis sens chajilicher und sozialer Fortschritt. Leipzig, 1892.Ftude sur 1'iudustrie du coton.

Id. La grande industrie, trad, frangaise par Gueroult. Paris, 1896.

A. Toynbee. Lectures on the industrial revolution in England. Londres, 1884. Fragments posthumes. H.

D. Traill. Social England, 6 vol. Londres, 18931896; 2e edition illustree, en cours de publication.Histoire sociale de 1'Angleterre depuis les origines. Oeuvre collective: bons chapitres sur l'agriculture et l'industrie au XVlII^ siecle, par T. Warner et R. E. Prothero.

A. Ure. The cotton manufacture of Great Britain systematically investigated. 2 vol. Londres, 1836.Le premier volume contientune longue etude historique,, fondee en partie sur des temoignages oraux (l'auteur a connu James Watt).

T. Warner. Landmarks in English industrial history. Londres, 1899.

J. Massie. An alphabetical index of the names of authors of commercial books and pamphlets. 1764.Manuscrit, au British Museum, Lansdowne MSS, 1049. Fait avec soin.

Halkett et Laing. Dictionary of anonymous and pseudonymous literature, 4 vol. Edimbourg, 18821888. 3.

Parker Anderson. The book of British topography, a classified alphabetical catalogue of the topographical works in the Library of the British Museum relating to Great Britain and Ireland. Londres, 1881.

Bibliographie relative aux tailleurs et a l'industrie du vetement, dans F. W. Gal- ton, The tailoring trade. Londres, 1896.

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Excellentes biographies a la suite des articles du Dictionary of National Biography.

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