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Lancashire and the Miners" Association of Great Britain and Ireland, 1842-1848.

John B. Smethurst

Lancashire and the Miners" Association of Great Britain and Ireland, 1842-1848.

by John B. Smethurst

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Published by Eccles and District Local History Society in [Manchester] .
Written in English


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ContributionsEccles and District History Society.
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Open LibraryOL16580643M

Cambridge Core - English Literature: General Interest - The Cambridge History of Libraries in Britain and Ireland - edited by Alistair Black. HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND COMPILED BY WALTER M. STERN (The place of publication is London and the date unless otherwise stated. Publications marked with an asterisk contain material relating to the United Kingdom.) I. ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS Aberdeen Council Letters, vol. iii. Transcr. and ed. L. B. Taylor. Oxford University Press,

- The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland "LANCASHIRE, a county palatine and maritime shire, in the north-western part of England, extending between the rivers Mersey and Duddon. It is bounded on the N. by Cumberland and Westmoreland, N.E. and E. by Yorkshire, S. by Cheshire, and W. by the Irish Sea. The history of coal mining goes back thousands of years, with early mines documented in ancient China, the Roman Empire and other early historical economies. It became important in the Industrial Revolution of the 19th and 20th centuries, when it was primarily used to power steam engines, heat buildings and generate electricity. Coal mining continues as an important economic activity today.

The UK miners' strike of –85 was a major industrial action affecting the British coal strike by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) was led by Arthur Scargill, although some NUM members considered it to be unconstitutional and did not observe BBC has referred to the strike as "the most bitter industrial dispute in British history.". Aberdare and Merthyr Miners Association Aberdare Timbermen, Rippers and Assistants’ Society Boilermen and Firemen of Great Britain and Ireland Amalgamated Block Printers of Great Britain and Ireland Self-Actor Minders, Twiners, Rovers and Silk Spinners of Lancashire, Cheshire, Yorkshire and Derbyshire Association of Operative Cotton.


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Lancashire and the Miners" Association of Great Britain and Ireland, 1842-1848 by John B. Smethurst Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB) was established after a meeting of local mining trade unions in Newport, Wales in The federation was formed to represent and co-ordinate the affairs of local and regional miners' unions in England, Scotland Affiliation: MIF, TUC.

The Miners' Association of Great Britain and Ireland was established at a meeting in Wakefield in and lasted for seven years.

It supported the commission headed by Lord Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury and the passing of the Coal Mines Act which prohibited all females and boys under ten from working underground. [4]Merged into: National Union of Mineworkers.

The Miners' Association of Great Britain and Ireland was established at a meeting in Wakefield in and lasted for seven years.

It supported the commission headed by Lord Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury and the passing of the Coal Mines Act which prohibited all females and boys under ten working underground.

[4]Merged into: National Union of Mineworkers. Lancashire, administrative, geographic, and historic county in northwestern England. It is bounded to the north by Cumberland and Westmorland (in the present administrative county of Cumbria), to the east by Yorkshire, to the south by Cheshire, and to the west by the Irish Sea.

Preston is the. The following list of disasters in Great Lancashire and the Miners Association of Great Britain and Ireland and Ireland is a list of major disasters (excluding acts of war but including acts of terrorism) which relate to the United Kingdom or Ireland, or to the states that preceded them, or that involved their citizens, in a definable incident or accident such as a shipwreck, where the loss of life was forty or more.

United Machine Workers’ Association (it joins the Amalgamated Society of Engineers after the First World War). Miners’ Association of Great Britain and Ireland.

National Typographical Society; formed from an amalgamation of local societies. National Association of United Trades. In colliers formed the Miners Association of Great Britain and Ireland. Certain areas such as Yorkshire and East Midlands failed to join and the mass importation of strike-breakers during industrial disputes continued to undermine local is estimated that by the industry employedThe Lancashire and Cheshire Miners (Newcastle upon Tyne, ), pp.

– ; Neville, op. cit., pp. – For many years an interesting, but perhaps unnecessarily protracted, debate took place in the Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History as to whether the lockout was a victory or a defeat for the miners.

Lancashire Mining Disasters chronicles the effects, death and grief of the local mining communities in Lancashire, through colliery accidents and explosions from the early 's through to It also recalls the great bravery of other miners, often from other pits in the recue attempts, who with no thought of their own safety went below ground to try and their fellow comrades.

Author: Great Britain. Mines Department. Title: List of mines in Great Britain and the Isle of Man / United Kingdom.

Published: London. British Geological Survey, Keyworth - (See Note 2 below) British Library - (B.S/1) British Library of Political and Economic Science,& January Around a thousand miners nationally annually lost their lives during this period with around 10 per cent of the labour force injured each year.

On 1 March the miners, under the direction of the Miners’ Federation of Great Britain (MFGB), went out on what was the first truly national miners. HE Lancashire and Cheshire Miners' Federation (LCMF) was J.

the first of the big county miners' unions to become affiliated to the Labour Party. It did so ina full six years before the general passage of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (MFGB) from Liberal to Labour.

Miners’ Federation of Great Britain, Annual reports, - Shelfmark: T Lancashire and Cheshire Miners’ Federation, Annual reports (not complete) - Shelfmark: T National Coal Board, Memoranda of agreements (not complete) Shelfmark: T Full text of "Return of the names of every member returned to serve in the thirtieth parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland appointed to meet the 31st January,and dissolved the 25th November,specifying the names of the County, City, University, or place for which each member was returned (in continuation of No.

of )". In the Miners' Association of Great Britain and Ireland followed this excellent example by appointing Roberts their standing legal adviser at a salary of a year.

When the Durham miners had to relinquish his ser- vices at the end ofhe was taken over by the newly formed Lancashire Miners' Union. UK and Ireland: Occupations UK and Ireland genealogy.

General. Full text of A Dictionary of Occupational Terms Based on the Classification of Occupations used in the Census of Population [for Great Britain], - "by far the most comprehensive dictionary of British occupations, with alm terms".

Hurley, Beryl, (Ed.). The Book of Trades: Or Library of Useful Arts: Vol 1, Devizes. Inone year after Parliament had passed the landmark Mines and Collieries Act banning females and children under the age of 10 from working underground, Punch magazine printed a cartoon titled ‘Capital and Labour’ (Figure 4).

Reflecting the magazine’s sympathy for the poor and downtrodden and the spirit of social justice that characterised its radical early years, the image.

Geologists' Association Guides (4) Geology (21) Geology non UK (4) institution of Mining & Metallurgy (11) Metals (28) Mineral Statistics (10) Minerals (32) Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain (11) The Geology of an area (29) The Mineralogical Record; Industries by Subject (Railways etc) Buildings & Sites (7) Canals (9.

Lancashire. During this time, he would have been working as a Miners’ Agent/Missionary in Lancashire and paid by the Miners’ Association of Great Britain and Ireland, the MAGBI. David does not appear on the Census Return and a David Swallow is recorded as having died inin West Derby, Liverpool, Lancashire.

He would have been Great Western, Pontypridd, Great Western Coal Co. Gorwydd, Swansea, Executors of late Alfred Sterry. Gwndwn Cadi, Swansea S. and J. Hill. Gnoll, Neath, Trustees of the late T. and J. Grant. Graigola, Glais, Cory Yeo and Co.

Gin Pit and Duffryn, Bridgend, Llynvi, Tondu and Ogmore Coal and Iron Co. Durham Miners' Gala - Commemorative Badge - For news of this new badge click on the adjacent image.: Brandon & New Brancepeth Collieries - th Anniversary of Sinking Badges - For news of these two new badges click on the adjacent image.: N.U.M.

Lancashire Area Badge - The National Union of Mineworkers Lancashire Area have produced a new Lancashire Area Badge in Red/Silver.Miners’ Association soon became well established and then united with other county unions throughout Britain and Ireland to form the first national union of mineworkers which was called the Miners’ Association of Great Britain and Ireland.

Its first meeting was held on 7th.LIST OF MINES in Great Britain and the Isle of Man, CENTRE. home of THE NATIONAL DATABASE OF MINING DEATHS and INJURIES. CHESHIRE, (metalliferous mines), LANCASHIRE, WEST, (metalliferous), ANGLESEY, (metalliferous Miners Mountain.

Minera. Matthew Francis. Lead .