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Page 302 - President of the Incorporated Federated Associations of Boot and Shoe Manufacturers of Great Britain and Ireland. Mr.
Page 30 - Labour was the first price, the original purchasemoney that was paid for all things. It was not by gold or by silver, but by labour, that all the wealth of the world was originally purchased; and its value, to those who possess it, and who want to exchange it for some new productions, is precisely equal to the quantity of labour which it can enable them to purchase or command.
Page 326 - AND Joshua the son of Nun sent out of Shittim two men to spy secretly, saying, Go view the land, even Jericho.
Page 308 - The powers given under this Act shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, any other powers of any court.
Page 279 - ... with respect to measures for securing the position, after the war, of certain branches of British industry.
Page 308 - The Lord Chancellor may make such rules and give such directions as he thinks fit for the purpose of giving full effect to this Act, and may, by those rules or directions, provide for any proceedings for the purposes of this Act being conducted, so far as desirable, in private and for the remission of any fees.
Page 303 - Hon. Thomas Burt, MP — General Secretary of the Northumberland Miners' Mutual Confident Association. Mr. T. Ashton, JP — Secretary of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain and General Secretary of the Lancashire and Cheshire Miners' Federation. Mr. CW Bowerman, MP — Secretary of the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Congress and President of the Printing and Kindred Trades Federation of the United Kingdom. Mr. F. Chandler, JP— General Secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters...
Page 271 - Corporation's activities as being "to consider the best means of meeting the needs of British firms after the war as regards financial facilities for trade.
Page 279 - ... training. (b) The universities should be encouraged to maintain and extend research work devoted to the main industry or industries located in their respective districts, and manufacturers engaged in these industries should be encouraged to cooperate with the universities in such work, either through...