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The Stroudwater riots of 1825

The Stroudwater riots of 1825

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Published by Stroud Museum Association in Lansdown, Stroud, Glos .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Stroud Region (Gloucestershire, England),
  • England,
  • Stroud Region (Gloucestershire)
    • Subjects:
    • Textile industry -- England -- Stroud Region (Gloucestershire) -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Riots -- England -- Stroud Region (Gloucestershire) -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Stroud Region (Gloucestershire, England) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled from historical records by John Loosley ; with an introduction by Ian Mackintosh ; drawings by Jane Ford ; edited by Kenneth Southgate.
      ContributionsLoosley, John., Southgate, Kenneth, 1927-, Stroud Museum Association. Textiles Group.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.S9347 S77 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p. :
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1041942M
      ISBN 100952114909
      LC Control Number93239983
      OCLC/WorldCa32541319

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      ↑ Stroudwater Riots of by John Loosley (Author), Ian Mackintosh (Author), Jane Ford (Illustrator) Publisher: Stroud Museum Association (1 Jun ) ISBN ISBN ↑ The Cloth Industry in the West of England from to By Julia De Lacy Mann Published by Clarendon Press, ISBN ISBN ^ Stroudwater Riots of by John Loosley (Author), Ian Mackintosh (Author), Jane Ford (Illustrator) Publisher: Stroud Museum Association (1 Jun ) ISBN ISBN ^ The Cloth Industry in the West of England from to By Julia de Lacy Mann Published by Clarendon Press, ISBN ISBN

      EVERY book has been read, recommended and reviewed by a fellow genealogist. The STROUDWATER RIOTS of Compiled from historical records by John Loosley Published by the Stroud Museum Association, BIOGRAPHY: The . Prior to the riot, Rebecca Reed claimed to be an escaped nun from the Ursuline Convent and her tales of their cruelty was published in the book Six months in a Convent along with other stories. Present-day, this book is considers highly fictionalized and used as a prime piece of anti-Catholic propaganda.


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: John Loosley, Ian Mackintosh. The Stroudwater Riots of () John Loosley, Ian Mackintosh and Kenneth Southgate, Stroud Museum Association * Victoria History of County of Gloucester Vol XI: 18 parishes of the Cotswold hundreds of Bisley and Longtree () Ed.

N M Herbert *. 'The Stroudwater Riots of ', is a small book compiled from historical records by John Loosley. It covers the general anger of the weavers as new machinery was introduced such as the flying shuttle that required one person instead of two to weave the broadcloth that the area is famous for.

This imaginary account from an imagined voice is based on sources used by John Loosley in his ”The Stroudwater Riots of ”. I also used “Religion and Society in a Cotswold Vale: Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, ” by Urdank.) Author Stuart ButlerPosted on 8th August th August Categories Counter-Heritage.

This imaginary account from an imagined voice is based on sources used by John Loosley in his ”The Stroudwater Riots of ”. I also used “ Religion and Society in a Cotswold Vale: Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, ” by Urdank.).

Stroudwater Riots ofgood little local history book done about it which doesn't seem to be online, mentioned here though: George Heskins was also in the prison, having been committed at the Trinity Sessions,for assembling with other persons on the 6th day of.

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The name Stroudwater, besides being used as an alternative name for the river Frome and to designate the whole of the Stroud Valley region, was also sometimes applied to the town.

(fn. 3) By the settlement at Stroud was accorded the status of a vill (fn. 4) and by it had the church which became the ecclesiastical centre of the parish. Buy The Stroudwater Riots of by John Loosley online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.

Foundation of Stroud Improvement Commission (first local authority) Stroudwater Riots (magistrates met at The George, troops quelled riot) Lawnmower invented by Budding: Stroud became a Parliamentary Borough (2 MPs) Opening of Subscription Rooms: Gas street lighting: Stroud citizens have a history of protest going back to the Stroudwater Riots of In the late s Stroud Campaign Against The Ringroad prevented Gloucestershire County Council's attempt to introduce new traffic plans.

A few years later Stroud District Council tried. In the weavers struck for better pay. Edward Shepherd of Uley gave in to most of the demands and encouraged his fellow manufacturers to do the same but the strike dragged on into the autumn in Stroudwater.

In December a number of country banks failed, and. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 9, results for "Riot" Skip to main search results. Stroudwater Riots of by John Loosley, pub by Stroud Museum Association – excellent and detailed summary of background, events and subsequent trial [#] Stroudwater Valley Mills by Oliver Mahler, – Whitminster to Chalford [#].

Thiese days the actions taken are somewhat more genteel than the Stroudwater Riots of and others of that time amongst the poor weavers of the town, but often more effective. In the late s Stroud Campaign Against The Ringroad saw off unwanted traffic plans, carrying the day at a.

The Stroudwater Historic District is significant as an early village which still conveys a coherent sense of a place, as well as its distinctive history. a bark mill and a tidal mill of the ’s, and the Cumberland and Oxford Canal ( – ).

On higher ground near the Tate and Means houses is the site of the mast yard ( Trouble at T'Mill: The Yorkshire Weavers' Riots by Ingle, George Book The. $ Free shipping. The Stroudwater Riots of by Mackintosh, Ian Paperback Book The Fast Free. $ Free shipping. LIEBERMAN Milestones.

Years of American Law End date: The perspective of the book is clear. Riots are something which is an important part of history, but they also remain part of the present too.

In this sense, understanding their history is an important task for historians and all those interested in how, and in what forms, protest develops. Boston Massacre British troops fire into the crowd in The Bloody Massacre, Paul Revere's famous coloured engraving of the Boston Massacre, which took place on March 5, Revere plagiarized the design from the engraver Henry Pelham.

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (LC-DIG-ppmsca) More than a few riots in U.S. history have been labeled massacres.6 cialive hearts, and generous impulses, and open purses, waiting to hail with joy the advent of the book, but he also will find some non-appreciative ones, who willentertain the idea that a book the sales of which willnever reach copies, may be sold as cheap as a spelling-book which will be sought by a million purchasers.

The author of this book is now in his 79th year, and he.Thus, the Stroudwater food riots of the 18 th and early 19 th century.

Have a provenance ground in Time Immemorial, Hence the banner: ‘We might as well be hanged as starved’, When poor harvests, high food prices, Dealers, middlemen, speculators, and ‘corn-jobbers’, All .