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Suggested reading

Primary sources

  • Unprinted: Papers of the 4th Duke of Newcastle, NeC 4 667-8,778 Manuscripts and Special Collections, The University of Nottingham
  • Printed: Reports to Home Office on Luddite disturbances Local Studies Library, Nottinghamshire County Libraries
  • Printed: Luddite broadsheets Local Studies Library, Nottinghamshire County Libraries
  • Newspapers: Nottingham Journal. Nottingham Review Nottingham University

 

Secondary sources

  • J. R. M. Butler The passing of the great Reform bill. (1914) London
  • F. Darvall Popular disturbances and public order in Regency England.
  • R. J. White Waterloo to Peterloo. (1957)
  • T. Bailey Annals of Nottinghamshire vol. iv. (1855) London
  • J. Blackner The history of Nottingham (1815) Nottingham
  • J. D. Chambers Modern Nottingham in the making (1945) Nottingham
  • J. D. Chambers Nottinghamshire in the eighteenth century (1932) London
  • Roy A. Church Economic and Social Change in A Midland Town: Victorian Nottingham 1815-1900 (1966)
  • W. Felkin A history of the machine-wrought hosiery and lace manufacturers (1867) (edition by S. D. Chapman, 1971)
  • D. Fraser 'The Nottingham Press, 1800-1850', Transactions of the Thoroton Society. vol. LXVII 1963 pp. 46-66
  • D. Gray Nottingham, settlement to city (1953) Nottingham
  • W. Rowarth Observations on the administration of the new Poor Law in Nottingham (1841)
  • M. I. Thomis Old Nottingham (1968)
  • M. I. Thomis Politics and Society in Nottingham (1969)
  • M. I. Thomis Luddism in Nottingham (1972)
  • M. I. Thomis 'Nottingham and Reform Bill Riots of 1831: New Perspectives', Transactions of the Thoroton Society. vol. LIX 1973 pp.82-103
  • A. C. Wood A history of Nottinghamshire. Nottingham (1948)
  • A. C. Wood 'Nottingham, 1835-1865'. [(i) Borough (ii) Chartism (iii) Electoral History], Transactions of the Thoroton Society. vol. LIX 1956 pp. 1-83

 

Nottingham case studies: Luddism

  • B Bailey The Luddite Rebellion (1998)
  • Church, R A and Chapman, S D 'Gravener Henson and the Making of the English Working Class', E L Jones and G E Mingay (eds), Land, Labour and Population in the Industrial Revolution 1967 pp. 131-61
  • Dinwiddy, J R 'Luddism and politics in the northern counties' (1979), Radicalism and Reform in Britain, 1780-1850 1992
  • Thomis, M I 'Gravener Henson: The Man and the Myth', Transactions of the Thoroton Society 75 1971 91-97
  • Thomis, M I 'Luddism in Nottinghamshire', Thoroton Society Record Series, 26 1972
  • Thomis, M I The Luddites (1970)
  • Thomis, M I Politics and Society in Nottingham (1969)
  • Thompson, E P The Making of the English Working Class (1963)
  • C Weir 'The Nottinghamshire Luddites: "Men meagre with famine, sullen with despair"', Local Historian, 28 1998 1

 

Nottingham case studies: Reform Bill Riots 1831

  • Beckett, J V 'Parliament and the Localities: the Borough of Nottingham', Parliamentary History, 20 1998
  • Beckett, J V 'The Nottingham Reform Bill Riots of 1831', Clyve Jones, Philip Salmon and Richard W Davis (editors), Partisan Politics, Principle and Reform in Parliament and the Constituencies, 1689-1880 2005 pp. 114-38 Edinburgh
  • Gaunt, R A 'Neighbours from Hell. The Fourth Duke of Newcastle and the People of Nottingham in the early Nineteenth Century', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 104 2000 99-111
  • Thomis, M I 'Nottingham and Reform Bill Riots of 1831: New Perspectives', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 77 1973
  • Wigley, J 'Derby and Derbyshire during the Great Reform Bill Crisis, 1830-32', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 101 1981

 

Nottingham case studies: Chartism

  • Church, R A Economic and Social Change in a Midland Town (1966)
  • Epstein, J and Thompson, D The Chartist Experience: Studies in Working-Class Radicalism and Culture 1830-1860 (1982)
  • Griffin, C P 'Chartism and opposition to the New Poor Law in Notts', Midland History, 2 1974
  • Wood, A C 'Nottingham 1835-1865', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 59 1955
  • Wyncoll, P Nottingham Chartism (1966)

 

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