The Industrial Revolution

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CUP Archive, 1970
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Aileen Smith offers a collection of Web sites pertaining to the study and teaching of the Industrial Revolution. The sites were selected to be of use to middle school students. Topics include the origin of the Industrial Revolution, causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution, inventors, and more. The North Attleborough Public School system in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, provides the collection online.
 

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PARLIAMENTARY COLBERTISM
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controlled the administrative system The legislative method of fostering
406
from time to time discussions which throw light on contemporary social
410
new power over the plantations in a jealous spirit as they were afraid
413
PUBLIC FINANCE
419
CURRENCY AND CREDIT
431
which advanced money on more favourable terms than the goldsmiths
441
liability and these were largely used for transoceanic shipping The trade
450
class The improvements in production led to the adoption of a new policy
617
revolution first occurred through the inventions which Arkwright rendered
627
duction of machinery in calico printing led to the substitution of boys
639
machines for carding and scribbling and these had been generally adopted
649
granted allowances from the rates and this tided over the transition
653
large earnings to those woollen weavers who found employment but
660
CHANGES IN THE ORGANISATION AND DISTRIBUTION
664
AGGRAVATIONS OF THE EVILS OF TRANSITION
668

formation of capital there The Bank of Scotland issued 1 notes to
453
rampant The malpractice of the officials and the impoverished condition
471
stimulated the coal trade which had been growing through the demand
478
for the employment of shipping the statesmen of the day maintained their
483
organised under Elizabeth and was developed by the establishment of
490
occurred in the local distribution of industry can sometimes be explained
503
were habitually taken to open and retain foreign markets for English cloth
509
incursion gave opportunities for planting new industries which Parliament
515
trade underwent little change in organisation but was exposed to difficulties
526
communication had often been projected for conveying corn and the
532
SPIRITED PROPRIETORS AND SUBSTANTIAL TENANTS
540
progress of improvement and enclosure put an end to subsistence farming
560
frequent temptation to overtrading while Pitt used his power of borrowing
577
The encouragement of the English landed interest reacted unfavourably
580
colonies broke up the British commercial system and discredited
588
would increase and that special encouragements were needless and costly
593
LAISSEZ FAIRE
601
HUMAN WELFARE
608
THE WORKSHOP OF THE WORLD
609
involved the decay of cottage employment and increased the differentiation 1
616
burden was deferred and while Pitts Sinking Fund which avoided
699
home production of corn enclosure was pushed on in the belief that
707
reintroduce the assessment of wages and in a period of severe distress
715
obtain redress under the existing laws but suffered from the passing
732
industry was the prime object of economic policy during the period of Whig
743
under the influence of John Stuart Mill became dissatisfied with the mere
745
was improved by altering the conditions for the settlement of the poor
754
by providing employment and granting allowances were most demoralising
763
Most of the evils which were brought to light had attached to cottage
774
handloom weavers was not treated as a subject for State interference
790
industries were the subject of enquiry and a strong case was established
802
FACILITIES FOR TRANSPORT
811
the credit system was brought out by the crisis of 1825 which led
822
commerce gave rise to an agitation by London merchants against the system
829
and political antagonism was roused against the Corn Laws as recast
844
faire in commerce combined with a belief that the colonies were an expense
850
POSTSCRIPT
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a parallel with that of the sixteenth century in the substitution of a
871
other peoples to the English model as well as a high respect for human life 1
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