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Subject:

Sick as a Parrot Part 3

From:

Tony Oldham <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 1 Mar 2007 11:19:03 +0000

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Postscript  http://www.psbooks.co.uk

Are selling off are selling some more IA books cheap:

Mid and East Lothian Miners' Association Minutes, 1894-1918 by Ian 
MacDougall (Edited by) Scottish History Society 2003 469 pages  HB

Published Price 25.00 Was 5.99 Sale Price 2.99 The minutes published here 
are among the earliest surviving of any trade union in Scotland. The 
Association was founded in 1889, but the minutes for the first five years 
are missing, as are those for 1901-10. Beginning with meetings held on the 
eve of the first national strike by Scots miners in 1894 and ending with an 
adjourned meeting on the day after the First World War ended, the minutes 
refer to many contemporary aspects of economic, social, industrial, 
political and labour history. With a substantial introduction and notes. No 
jacket




Furness Iron and Related Woodland Industries of Furness and Southern 
Lakeland
Mark Bowden (Edited by) English Heritage 2000 90 pages 	paperback 
Illustrated 1873592477 278x218mm   Published Price 9.95  Our Price 4.99
Furness and neighbouring parts of southern and western Cumbria had a lively 
and significant iron industry in the 18th and 19th centuries that had grown 
from a tradition of ironworking stretching back to the medieval period and 
probably much earlier. Unlike the similar iron-rich regions, Furness has not 
received the attention it deserves as a cradle of this vital industry. This 
book presents an illustrated record of the physical remains of the area's 
iron industry and its supporting woodland industries, both standing 
buildings and archaeological field monuments.

Anybody who bought these at the full price must feel as sick as a parrot :-)






Cheers - Tony Oldham
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