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Sadler, M. T.
Sadler, Michael T.
Sadler, Michael Thomas
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1780-1835
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Bethune, John Elliot Drinkwater (1801-1851))
Fawkes, Walter (1769-1825))
Great Britain. Commissioners for Inquiring into the Employment of Children in Factories
Murray, John (1778-1843))
Power, Alfred (1805-1888; Sir))
Richardson, Cavie
Rider, William (fl. 1832-1841))
Sawbridge, H. B.
Wilmot Horton, Robert (1784-1841; Sir))
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address to the working classes of Leeds and the West-riding of Yorkshire, An
apology for the Methodists, 1797, An
Cause of the poor the speech of m.t. sadler, esq. in the house of commons on monday the 29th of august, on bringing forward his resolution for the permanent relief of the irish poor
causes and remedies of pauperism in the United Kingdom considered part I, being a defence of the principles and conduct of the Emigration Committee, against the charges of Mr. Sadler, The
Condition of the labouring poor speech of Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq. in the House of Commons, on Tuesday evening, October 11, 1831, on obtaining leave to bring in a bill for bettering the condition of the labouring poor of England
Dissertation upon the balance of food and numbers of animated nature being the substance of two lectures delivered before the philosophical and literary society of leeds
Distress of the agricultural labourers, illustrated by the speech of m.t. sadler, esq. m.p., upon a motion for leave to bring in a bill for their relief, on october eleventh, 1831
factory girl's last day, the
Factory statistics the official tables appended to the report of the select committee on the ten-hour factory bill, vindicated in a series of letters addressed to John Elliot Drinkwater, Esq., one of the factory commissioners
First letter to a reformer, in reply to a pamphlet lately published by walter fawkes, entitled the englishman's manual
Ireland its evils and their remedies. being a refutation of the errors of the emigration committee and others touching that country to which is prefixed a synopsis of an original treatise, about to be published, on the law of population, developing the real principle on which it is universally regulated
Justice, humanity, and policy, of restricting the hours of children & young persons in the mills & factories, of the United Kingdom illustrated in the letters, speeches, &c., of persons of the highest respectability ... many of them resident in the midst of those districts, where the evils exist, which it is sought to mitigate, by Mr. Sadler's Ten Hour bill., The
Law of population; a treatise in six books in disproof of the superfecundity of human beings and developing the real principle of their increase
Letter on the present state of farm labourers.
Mr. Sadler's reply to the calumnies and misrepresentations of the Leeds Mercury letter
Mr. Sadler's speech on moving the second reading of the factories' regulation bill
On abridging the time of labour in factories
Peter the Pearker's letter to Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq. M.P..
poor man's garden, or, A few brief rules for regulating allotments of land to the poor, for potatoe gardens with remarks, addressed to Mr. Malthus, Mr. Sadler, and the political economists, and a reference to the opinions of Dr. Adam Smith, in his "Wealth of nations, The
Replies to Mr. M.T. Sadler's protest against the Factory Commission
Report of the proceedings at Newark, on Friday July 24, 1829 when the electors of the borough gave a dinner in compliment to their members, H. Willoughby, Esq. and M.T. Sadler, Esq with all the speeches delivered on the occasion., A
Speech of michael thomas sadler, m.p. on the ministerial plan of reform delivered in the house of commons on seconding general gascoyne's motion for retaining the present number of members for england and wales
Ten hours' bill will increase wages a speech, delivered at Bradford, at a meeting to promote Mr. Sadler's bill, held ... Jan. 14th, 1833, The
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