Factory question speech of Charles Hindley, M.P. for Ashton-under-Lyne, and manufacturer, as delivered in the House of Commons, May 9, 1836, on the debate upon the second reading of Mr. P. Thomson's bill proposing to enact that children of twelve years of age should work twelve hours a day, exclusive of the time allowed for meals and refreshment.
J. Ridgway and Sons,
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