Ireland and the Industrial Revolution: The impact of the by Andy Bielenberg

By Andy Bielenberg

This monograph offers the 1st entire research of business improvement in eire and its impression on Irish society among 1801-1922. reports of Irish commercial background thus far were locally targeted or specific. 

The e-book addresses this challenge by way of bringing jointly the commercial and social dimensions of Irish business heritage in the course of the Union among eire and nice Britain. during this interval, British financial and political affects on eire have been all pervasive, quite within the business sphere on account of the British commercial revolution.

By making the Irish business tale extra correct to a much wider nationwide and foreign viewers and through adopting a extra multi-disciplinary technique which demanding situations some of the got wisdoms derived from slim neighborhood or unmarried reports - this e-book can be of curiosity to fiscal historians around the globe in addition to all these drawn to Irish heritage extra generally.

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Solar, ‘The Irish Linen Trade, 1820–1852’, Textile History 21 (1990), p. 69. g. outside the UK) from total Irish exports. Downloaded by [INFLIBNET Centre] at 05:59 30 August 2012 16 The linen industry source of demand for Irish linen. The important point here is that the Irish industry by the 1820s essentially depended on the dramatic expansion of United Kingdom demand, and to a far lesser extent on the growth of trade within the wider Atlantic world. Within the United Kingdom, the Irish market probably took a greater share of the cheap lower-quality linens, while conversely Great Britain took a higher share of the more expensive finer-quality cloth.

1853: W. Charley, Flax and its Products (London, 1862), p. 36. Factory Returns, UK, BPP, 1862, lv, Factory Returns, UK, BPP 1890, lxvii, p. 22. BPP 1905, lxxii, pp. 2–3. J. Riordan, Modern Irish Trade and Industry (London, 1920), pp. 1107–11. J. Murphy, Ireland Industrial, Political and Social (London, 1870), p. 43. raised potential household income in and around Belfast, but also in smaller industrial towns such as Lisburn, Lurgan, Portadown, Dungannon and Ballymena, and a host of industrial villages largely in Ulster, so that a number of industrial working-class communities were expanded or newly established in this period.

Andrew Mulholland & Co, Belfast 2. K. Mulholland, Hind & Co, Belfast 3. J. & J. Herdman & Co, Belfast 4. J. & J. , Belfast 5. , Belfast 6. , Belfast 7. Charters, Coates & Gamble, Falls Rd, Belfast 8. Stewart & M’Clelland, near Belfast 9. Robert Thompson, near Belfast 10. Dr. M’Kibbin, Connswater, near Belfast 11. , Grove, Ballymacarrett Co. Down 12. Jas Grimshaw & Son, Whitehouse 13. Edmund Grimshaw, Mossley 14. R. & R. Watt, Doagh 15. W. Cunliffe, Glynn. 16. , Carrickfergus 17. Jas Murland & Son, Castlewellan 18.

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