By Andrew Charlesworth, David Gilbert, Adrian Randall, Humphrey Southall, Chris Wrigley (auth.)
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On this, the sailors retired, apparently satisfied. Other actions by the sailors in between the two mass parades took a more unruly form. One morning at 4arn, the sailors, acting in concert with striking coal heavers, had landed at Millbank and Westminster and forced all labourers they encountered to leave work, touring the wharfs and alehouses. All carts carrying flour, wood and coals were detained and West Country barges were The London sailors' strike of 1768 15 St. James's Palace "\168 '\ \t-'aj ...
Source: E. P. 618. •Stockport resolved to launch simultaneous attacks on factories in Bolton, Stockport and Manchester the following Thursday (9 April). This resolution was shortly after countennanded by a larger committee of representatives of the Manchester district. However, that same week the Tory party in Manchester called a public meeting for AprilSth at the Exchange Hall to send a congratulatory address to the Prince Regent for retaining his father's Ministers in office on his assumption of the Regency.
B ,§ Ashton~ ~ 18APrJ'1 _Manch~'-/ _ • t::>IIU . 20 April. v• • 20 AprIl 21 April. rl!. J;. 20 April ~ Stockport 14 April 15 April 0 15 April 15ApriiOO 0 15 April 00 29 - ! 13 April Macclesfield • Attacks on machinery, workshops and factories o Forced collections of money and provisions • Food riots + Attacks on homes and person of manufacturer o 1j +•• Robbery or burglary V Political riot ? Exact location/date unknown - Movement of crowd o miles 10 joined with Oldham workers and rioted over food, proceeding thence to Middleton to attack a steam loom factory.
An Atlas of Industrial Protest in Britain 1750–1990 by Andrew Charlesworth, David Gilbert, Adrian Randall, Humphrey Southall, Chris Wrigley (auth.)