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The philosophy of manufactures ; or, an exposition of the scientific, moral, and commercial economy of the factory system of Great Britain / Andrew Ure
Bib ID 973931
Format BookBook
Author
Ure, Andrew, 1778-1857
 
Description London : Frank Cass, 1967 
xii, 480 p., 2 folded leaves : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Cass library of industrial classics ; no. 3.

Notes

Facsim. of : 1st ed., London : Charles Knight, 1835.

Bibliographical footnotes.

Subjects Textile industry -- Great Britain -- History.  |  Textile industry -- History.
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Exposition of the scientific, moral, and commercial economy of the factory system of Great Britain

An exposition of the scientific, moral and commercial economy of the factory system of Great Britain.

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