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Fri Mar 21 17:09:51 2014 UTClccn-n850999950.00Letter to an elector of Newark0.890.93A refutation of an article in the Edinburgh Review, (no. CII) entitled "Sadler's law of population, and disproof of human superfecundity" : containing also, additional proofs of the principle enunciated in that treatise, founded on the censuses of different countries recently published /27165846Michael_Thomas_Sadlern 850999951310578Sadler, M. T. 1780-1835Sadler, M. T. (Michael Thomas), 1780-1835Sadler, Michael T. 1780-1835lccn-n83061678Bethune, John Elliot Drinkwater1801-1851lccn-n88101340Power, AlfredSir1805-1888lccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentlccn-n88132598Great BritainCommissioners for Inquiring into the Employment of Children in Factoriesnp-richardson, cavieRichardson, Cavielccn-n87860507Seeley, Robert Benton1798-1886lccn-n79021716Malthus, T. R.(Thomas Robert)1766-1834lccn-n88096201Law, James Thomas1790-1876lccn-n87895062Fawkes, Walter1769-1825viaf-244586855Cowherd, Raymond Gibson1910-Sadler, Michael Thomas1780-1835HistoryBiographyGreat BritainSadler, Michael Thomas,Factory systemChild laborHours of laborPopulationIrelandPolitical sciencePoorEngland--LeedsEconomic historyGovernmental investigationsPolitical campaignsElectionsGreat Britain.--ParliamentMalthusianismFactory laws and legislationInquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations (Smith, Adam)Labor laws and legislationGreat Britain.--Commissioners for Inquiring into the Employment of Children in FactoriesWorking classFielden, John,Oastler, Richard,Social reformersAgricultural laborersCatholicsCatholic emancipationPotatoesVegetable gardeningAllotment of landCotton textile industryMalthus, T. R.--(Thomas Robert),Legislative bodies--ReformAdvertising, PoliticalSlaves--EmancipationWest Indies--British West IndiesHours of labor--Physiological aspectsEnglandPoor lawsMacaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay,--Baron,Railroad lawPower, Alfred,--Sir,Bethune, John Elliot Drinkwater,Birth controlGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsSpeeches, addresses, etcSocial historyTruro, Thomas Wilde,--Baron,Tory Party (Great Britain)Labor1780183517971817182718281829183018311832183318341836183918421848186018661869189619121956197119721982198819941995199620032005201020137708199520330HB16141929ocn065269404file18280.88Sadler, Michael ThomasIreland; 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 regulated32816ocn000333969book18300.88Sadler, Michael ThomasThe law of population; a treatise in six books, in disproof of the superfecundity of human beings and developing the real principle of their increase28613ocn065247952file18170.88Sadler, Michael ThomasA first letter to a reformer, in reply to a pamphlet lately published by Walter Fawkes, entitled The Englishman's manualHistory2429ocn065269778file18330.92Bethune, John Elliot DrinkwaterLetter to Michael Thos. Sadler, Esq. F.R.S17015ocn065272102file18290.88Sadler, Michael ThomasThe speech of Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons, on the second reading of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill, March 17, 18291547ocn065275275file18310.86Sadler, Michael ThomasThe 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, 18311469ocn065257749file18310.90Sadler, Michael ThomasThe 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 Wales14410ocn065275283file18330.90Sadler, Michael ThomasProtest against the secret proceedings of the Factory Commission, in Leeds1427ocn065255658file18300.93Sadler, Michael ThomasA refutation of an article in the Edinburgh Review, (no. CII) entitled "Sadler's law of population, and disproof of human superfecundity" : containing also, additional proofs of the principle enunciated in that treatise, founded on the censuses of different countries recently published1395ocn065259750file18320.90Sadler, Michael ThomasSpeech of Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq., in the House of Commons, Friday, March 16, 1832 on moving the second reading of the factories' regulation bill1395ocn065257737file18300.90Sadler, Michael ThomasA 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 Leeds1374ocn065271965com18310.90Sadler, Michael ThomasMr. Sadler's reply to the calumnies and misrepresentations of the Leeds Mercury letter1375ocn065259745file18320.90Sadler, Michael ThomasMr. Sadler's speech on moving the second reading of the factories' regulation bill1364ocn065275281com18330.90Sadler, Michael ThomasReply to the two letters of John Elliot Drinkwater, Esquire, and Alfred Power, Esquire, Factory Commissioners1365ocn065256589file18310.90Sadler, Michael ThomasThe 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 poor1354ocn065255317file18300.90Sadler, Michael ThomasThe speech of Michael Thomas Sadler, M.P. for Newark in the House of Commons, on Thursday the third of June, on proposing poor laws for Ireland, preparatory to a general measure in behalf of the labouring classes of England1354ocn065256591file18310.90Sadler, Michael ThomasCondition 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 England1354ocn065258852file18360.90Sadler, Michael ThomasFactory 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 commissioners1324ocn065275635file18330.90Minutes, regulations, &c. & c a meeting of delegates from the committees of the manufacturing districts, established for the furtherance and support of Mr. Sadler's Factories' regulation bill, was held ... the 11th day of January, 18331306ocn065255123com18300.92Law, James ThomasThe 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 references to the opinions of Dr. Adam Smith, in his "Wealth of nations"29615ocn065272888com18420.88Seeley, Robert BentonMemoirs of the life and writings of Michael Thomas Sadler, EsqBiography1803ocn001022673book19560.88Cowherd, Raymond GibsonThe humanitarians and the ten hour movement in England1355ocn065276384com18320.88Common sense"Mr. Macaulay's claims" a letter to an elector of Leeds1256ocn065257973file18310.92Law, James ThomasThe 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 references to the opinions of Dr. Adam Smith, in his "Wealth of nations"1234ocn065276005file18320.90Birley, JosephSadler's bill cotton branch1204ocn065271436com18320.88To the worthy, free, and independent electors of the Borough of Leeds1195ocn065269081com18310.90Report of the proceedings of the Huddersfield and Bradford meetings, held on the 26th and 27th of December, 1831 to petition Parliament in favour of Mr. Sadler's ten-hour-bill for the regulation of the employment of children in factories1193ocn065258654com18310.88MethodistRev. R. Watson, Mr. Macaulay, & Mr. Sadler1193ocn065261505com18320.88V. RMr. Sadler, M.P., his factory time bill, and his party, examined1193ocn065259755com18320.88Mr. Sadler and the ten-hour bill1194ocn065259757com18320.90Mr. Sadler's Factory Bill report of the proceedings of a public meeting, held in the Piece Hall, Halifax, on Tuesday, March 6th, 1832, for the purpose of petitioning Parliament in favour of the Ten-Hour Factory Bill1183ocn065269736com18320.90Richardson, CavieFactory slavery reply to a letter in the Nottingham Review, headed "Mr. Sadler and his bill"1185ocn065276122com18320.90Lancashire Central Short Time CommitteeReport of the committee for the support of Mr. Sadler's Ten hours' bill and to lay all the restriction on the moving power1173ocn065266745com18320.90Beckett, WilliamSpeech of William Beckett, Esq in seconding the nomination of Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq. as a candidate for the representation of the Borough of Leeds, at the election holden in the Mixed Cloth Hall, on Monday the tenth of Dec. 1832161ocn778891095com18310.47The 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 references to the opinions of Dr. Adam Smith, in his "Wealth of nations"52ocn319987531book18290.81A full report of the proceedings at the public dinner, of the friends of Henry Willoughby, Esq. and Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq. members of parliament for the borough of Newark : at the town hall, on Friday, July 24, 182921ocn010810788book18330.88Bethune, John Elliot DrinkwaterReplies to Mr. M.T. Sadler's protest against the Factory Commission21ocn556897938book1829Particulars of Newark election; containing the addresses, speeches, songs, squibs, &c. &c. circulated by the contending parties prior to, during, and at the close of the contest: together with an accurate list of the poll, taken before William Fillingham, ... on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th days of March, 1829. Candidates. Michael Thomas Sadler, ... Thomas Wilde,21ocn556897986book1830Letter to an elector of Newark.21ocn221988348book19950.47Karginoff, Simon PThe parliamentary career of Michael Thomas Sadler, 1829-1833BiographyFri Mar 21 15:53:16 EDT 2014batch25520