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Ann Morton 9 March 2009 Lifestyles 19 th and 20 th century Documents from TNA
Lifestyles: 19 th and 20 th century 1837 Winter of Discontent? Living the Poor Life Project Sanitary Survey
Lifestyles: household expenditure survey LAB 17/11 Sutton 4
Lifestyles: 5 surveys taken in 1837 HO 73/53/85 5
Lifestyles: wage rates W R Yorks 1836 and 1837 Includes worsted trade, woollen and flax mills plus other labourers in Halifax, Bradford, Bingley, Keighley and Leeds HO 73/53/69 6
Lifestyles: WR Yorks comparison food prices 1836 and 1837 HO 73/53/69 7
Lifestyle: comparison of provision prices in Lancashire HO 73/53/77 8
Lifestyles: Wages at Iron Works in Merthyr Tydfil HO 73/53/70 9
Lifestyles: Living the Poor Life Project Llanfyllin Workhouse, one of our volunteer partners 10
Lifestyles: Living the Poor Life Project 11
Lifestyle: volume of poor law union correspondence 12
Lifestyles: Living the Poor Life Project Dietary table for inmates of Norwich Infirmary Asylum 1851 MH 12/
Lifestyles: Living the Poor Life Project Striking workers at Swansea Copper Works likely to lead to increased applications for poor relief. August 1843 MH 12/
Lifestyles: Dr Edward Smiths investigation into food of the poorer labouring classes
Lifestyles: Inland Sanitary Survey
Lifestyles: Inland Sanitary Survey 17
Lifestyle: Inland Sanitary Survey Isolation hospital in Kendal MH 12/
Lifestyles: Inland Sanitary Survey
Lifestyles: miners cottages Durham MH 12/
Lifestyles: Summary Correspondence and papers Undescribed and largely untapped Returns behind parliamentary papers Disaggregated material 21
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