Letters on the Factory Act
A collection of letters written by Senior on the Factory Act along with replies by Horner, Ashworth, and Thomson.
Letters on the Factory Act, as it affects the Cotton Manufacture (London: B. Fellowes, 1837).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- LETTERS FROM MR. SENIOR TO MR. THOMSON
- LETTER FROM MR. HORNER TO MR. SENIOR.
- Factory Act.
- Minutes of a Conversation on Friday, the 22th of May, 1837, between Mr. Thompson, Mr. Edmund Ashworth, and Mr. Senior.*