1 edition of Manchester scale of piece-work prices for compositors and pressmen, agreed upon Aug. 13, 1870. found in the catalog.
Manchester scale of piece-work prices for compositors and pressmen, agreed upon Aug. 13, 1870.
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16 was to be accepted-that is the tariff agreed upon by all the English papers, and nine-tenths of the compositors of Chicago. The difference between the "running" of German and English type was to be equalized by an addition of two cents per 1, ems to the English scale of wages, and by giving the.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Slang Dictionary, by John Camden Hotten This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You. English General NZ Historythe price per thousand for piece work has been raised to 1s, and a recognized scale of wage for jobbing hands has been established.
This, I take it is a good record, Twenty-four houses are enumerated that have agreed upon the system. The first attempt at uniformity began with the theory that the. Neither wages both was the ultimate consumer, the farmer.
nor prices were looked upon as means of securing either profit The employer of labour was the ultior interest on capital. mate consumer, and labourers were employed for the satisfacThe same tion of wants, not for the acquisition of profit. of of articles was a consumption, but these. The book reflects the highest credit on the author (Mr F.
Thomas) who tells us—in confidence of course—that he has just attained his majority. He has early begun the writing of technical books.
He will post the book to any address in New Zealand for 50 cents, and it is worth the money. His address is Superior-street, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A. If we have as much scope as, say, a French state doctoral thesis, we can do both, as Rolande Trempe has shown in her magnificent study of the miners of Carmaux.
8 But probably the days of the academic blue whales are numbered and works on the scale of this, or of Edward Thompson's great book, will in future necessarily be the work of teams. THE EDINBURGH H I S T O RY of THE BOOK in SCOTLAND Volume 3 AMBITION AND INDUSTRY – Edited by Bill Bell THE EDINBURGH HISTORY OF THE BOOK IN SCOTLAND General Editor: Bill Bell University of Edinburgh WHETHER in the creation of early manuscripts, in the formation of libraries, through ﬁne printing, or the development of mass media, Scotland’s contributions to the .Idle Hands: The Experience of Unemployment, (Modern British History) IDLE HAN DS: TH E EXP E RI E NCE OF U N E M PLOYM E NT, – .