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The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844 By Frederick Engels
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The Condition of the Working Class in England is one of the best-known works of Friedrich Engels. Originally written in German as Die Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England, it is a study of the... More > working class in Victorian England. It was also Engels' first book, written during his stay in Manchester from 1842 to 1844. Manchester was then at the very heart of the Industrial Revolution, and Engels compiled his study from his own observations and detailed contemporary reports. Engels argues that the Industrial Revolution made workers worse off. He shows, for example, that in large industrial cities mortality from disease, as well as death-rates for workers were higher than in the countryside.< Less
Strange Liaison By Godfrey Bradshaw
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Manchester, as other cities in the UK was targeted by the Luftwaffe during World WarII. Children growing up in these austere circumstances considered it the normal pattern of life. Though restricted... More > in certain ways, it nevertheless gave freedoms and excitements not normally available to city children. Rival groups encountered their own fears and joys, unlikely friendships made, and broken. The narrator, some four years after the war, is on the cusp of adulthood. The excitement of that first job, and the hopes of renewing a relationship with a childhood sweetheart lure him on.< Less
Sanctus 1 Pocket Liturgies By Laura Drane
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Sanctus1 host a stream of visitors hungry to connect with the newness emerging in the church in the UK. They have developed a Christian community in the heart of the city centre of Manchester that... More > connects with the rhythms of the city. The liturgies and patterns of community life reflect this urban, creative postmodern environment drawing on the resources of the Christian tradition. We’re delighted to publish this book as the 7th pocket liturgy one year on from launching the series.< Less
Sanctus 1 Pocket Liturgies By Laura Drane
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Sanctus1 host a stream of visitors hungry to connect with the newness emerging in the church in the UK. They have developed a Christian community in the heart of the city centre of Manchester that... More > connects with the rhythms of the city. The liturgies and patterns of community life reflect this urban, creative postmodern environment drawing on the resources of the Christian tradition. We’re delighted to publish this book as the 7th pocket liturgy one year on from launching the series.< Less
Lucky's Unlucky Day By Hannah Lain
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Three engaging stories about animals for children aged 9-13. Lucky's Unlucky Day follows the adventures of nature-loving Martine and her Chocolate Lab, Lucky. Manchester is the story of a girl who... More > moves from a small town to a big city and struggles to make a new life for herself there. The Runaways is about a girl who worries that the mean girl at her stables will not be able to handle her favourite horse there and will send him to a knacker's yard.< Less
Black Country Tales By Carl Owen
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Black Country Tales A collection of short stories by Carl Owen. Set amongst modern day life in the Black Country, West Midlands. Here are twelve short stories all based around average people who... More > live in the semi-rural middle England. Far away from the hustle and bustle of busy cities like London, Birmingham and Manchester. They are different types of people but all experience stories of love, loss and loneliness as they get on with living in a place that doesn't offer many possibilities.< Less
Home By Sunset By Vanessa Carvo
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The Widow From Back East & The City Boy With Eleven Children - A woman travels from the lush forests of the east coast to the west and to a fiancé she’s never met. The Widow From... More > Manchester & Her California Handyman - A widow from Manchester, where she and her husband had a successful distillery business, decides to become a mail order bride and make a new home for herself and teen daughter in California. Three Brothers & The Fighting Brides - A group of women head out west on the train to meet their mail ordered husbands but when a fight erupts that spills out onto the train platform, all that the three waiting brothers can see is a mass of swirling skirts and bonnets and differently colored hair, and a group of apparently very angry women. Three Brides For Three Cowboy Brothers - Three mail order brides show up on the same day for three brothers. No one gets along and mostly, all dislike each other.< Less
Once In a Blue Moon: Four Historical Romances By Doreen Milstead
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Mail Order Groom - Going To Meet Lee, is about a newspaper editor dissatisfied with his life in the Big Apple. He decides to head to Nebraska. Mail Order Groom: Dr. Westcott, The Dark Cowboy, is... More > about a distraught doctor who can take no more of sickness and death in cholera-ridden New York City, and he answers an ad in the Mail Order Brides section of the newspaper. The Overweight Bride & Her Thin Husband - A woman who finds that her mother’s overfeeding causes her weight gain, literally flees to a less than appetizing offer from a farmer in Fresno. The Pregnant Woman From Manchester - A woman from Manchester manages to escape her abusive husband, just as she learns she’s pregnant; and trying to get as far away as she can, becomes a mail order bride to a farmer called Josh, in California.< Less
The Strand Magazine, Vol. 05, Issue 26, February 1893 An Illustrated Monthly By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Sir George Newnes, 1st Baronet (13 March 1851 – 9 June... More > 1910) was an English publisher and editor. His company George Newnes Ltd continued publishing long after his death.His father, Thomas Mold Newnes, was a Congregational church minister at the Glenorchy Chapel, Matlock. George Newnes was born in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, and educated at Silcoates School and then at Shireland Hall, Warwickshire, and the City of London School. In 1875 he married Priscilla Hillyard.In 1867 he entered commerce in the "fancy goods" trade, working in London and Manchester.He began his career in publishing in 1881 when he founded Tit-Bits. The magazine was initially published in Manchester, containing extracts from books and other publications. He funded the magazine by opening a vegetarian restaurant in Manchester. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Newnes< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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