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ARKWRIGHTS, THE - Spinners of Fortune: R.S.Fitton. Manchester University Press, 1989.

BOOMTOWN MANCHESTER - 1800-1850 - THE Portico Connection: Ann Brooks and Bryan Howarth. The Portico Library, 1993.

BRIDGEWATER THE CANAL DUKE, 1736-1803: Hugh Malet. Hendon Publishing, Nelson, 1990.

CHARTISM: Edward Royle. Longman Inc. 1986.

THE CHARTISTS: Richard Brown and Christopher Daniels. Macmillan, 1984.

CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS IN ENGLAND: Friedrich Engels. Penguin, 1987.

CONFLICT AND CO-OPERATION - Rochdale and the Pioneering Spirit, 1790-1844: John Cole. George Kelsall, 1994.

COTTON MILLS IN GREATER MANCHESTER: Mike Williams with D.A. Farnie. Carnegie, 1992.

DIARIES OF ABSALOM WATSON - A Manchester Man, 1787-1861: Ed. Magdalen Goffin. Alan Sutton Publishing, 1993.

EFFECTS OF THE FACTORY SYSTEM: Allen Clarke. George Kelsall Publishing, Littleborough. 1989.

FIRST INDUSTRIAL NATION - The Economic history of Britain 1700-1914: Peter Mathias. Routledge, 1990.

FIRST INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY, Lancashire: Chris Aspin. Carnegie Publishing, Preston, 1995.

MAKING OF VICTORIAN SALFORD, THE: R.L. Greenall. Carnegie, 2000.

MANCHESTER: Alan Kidd. Ryburn, 1993.

MANCHESTER, BOLTON and BURY CANAL: V.I. Tomlinson. M,B and BC Soc, 1991.

MANCHESTER IN THE VICTORIAN AGE - The Half-Known City: Gary S. Messinger. Manchester University Press, 1985.

MORAL AND PHYSICAL CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASSES EMPLOYED IN THE COTTON MANUFACTURE IN MANCHESTER: J Phillips Kay. E.J. Morton, Didsbury, 1969.

PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE MERSEY AND IRWELL NAVIGATION: John Corbridge. E.J.Morten (Publishers) Didsbury. 1979.

RICHARD TREVITHICK Giant of Steam: Anthony Burton. Aurum Press 2000.

RIGHTS OF MAN, THE: Thomas Paine, edited by Tony Benn. Everyman, 1993.

RIOT! The Story of the East Lancashire Loom Breakers in 1826: William Turner. Lancashire County Books 1992.

SAMUEL BAMFORD Portrait of a Radical. Morris Garratt. George Kelsall, 1992.

SPINNING MULE: Harold Catling. Lancs County Council, 1986.

TOUR OF THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS OF LANCASHIRE: W. Cooke Taylor. A.W. Kelley, New York, 1968.

TOWN LABOURER 1760-1832, and THE SKILLED LABOURER 1760-1832: J.L.Hammond and Barbara Hammond. Alan Sutton Publishing, 1995.

WATER-SPINNERS, THE - A new look at the early cotton trade: Chris Aspin. Helmshore Local History Society, 2003.

WORKING CHILDREN IN 19th CENTURY LANCASHIRE: Ed: Michael Winstanley. Lancashire County Books, 1995.