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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Great Britain. Tariff Commission.
Report of the Tariff Commission .
London, P.S. King & Son, 1904-09
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joseph Chamberlain; Great Britain. Tariff Commission.
|Notes:||A commission "to examine the fiscal proposals ... submitted to the country" by Hon. Joseph Chamberlain; "and to report as to:--A. Their probable effect on present conditions. B. Whether any modifications ar desirable. C. The best way in which, where there are conflicting interests, those interests can be harmonised. D. What duties, if any, should be recommended."
Index to v. 1 issued separately.
Vol. 1, pt. 1 of v. 2, and v. 3 are complete reports. The remaining volumes are each an analysis and summary of the industry studied. Full reports on these industries were not published.
|Description:||7 volumes in 13. tables, diagrams, forms 28 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. The iron and steel trades.--v. 2. The textile trades; pt. 1. The cotton industry. pt. 2. Evidence on the woollen industry. pt. 3. Evidence on the hosiery industry. pt. 4. Evidence on the lace industry. pt. 5. Evidence on the carpet industry. pt. 6. Evidence on the silk industry.--pt. 7. Evidence on the flax, hemp and jute industries.--v. 3. Report of the Agricultural Committee.--v. 4. The engineering industries.--v. 5. The pottery industries.--v. 6. The glass industry.--v. 7. Sugar and confectionery.|