Working Class Women Great Britain Economic Conditions : An affectionate pleading for England's oppressed female workers [electronic resource] : respectfully addressed to my Queen ..., the government ..., the aristocracy, the clergy, and the consuming classes in general.; Shaw, William,
Working Class Writings American : Mind amongst the spindles [electronic resource] : a miscellany, wholly composed by the factory girls / selected from the Lowell offering ; with an introduction by the English editor, and a letter from Harriet Martineau.
Working Mens Association : Address and rules of the Working Men's Association [electronic resource] : for benefiting politically, socially, and morally the useful classes.; Working Men's Association.
Working Mens Clubs : Rules and orders of the Mechanics' Institution, of Darlington and its vicinity [electronic resource] : established the 13th day of May 1825.; Mechanics' Institution (Darlington, England)
Working Mens Clubs England Hampshire : Hampshire Friendly Society [electronic resource] : established January 1st, 1825, in strict conformity to the several acts of Parliment provided for the encouragement, protection, and support of such institutions ... by order of the trustees and directors of the Society.; Hampshire Friendly Society.
Working Mens Clubs England Hull : Rules for the management of the Literary and Scientific Mechanics' Institute [electronic resource] : established in Hull, June 1, 1825.; Literary and Scientific Mechanics' Institute (Hull, England)
Working Mens Clubs Wales Carmarthen : The advantages of literary and scientific institutions for all classes [electronic resource] : a lecture / delivered at the Town Hall, Carmarthen, on December 11th, 1849, by Connop Thirlwall.; Thirlwall, Connop,
Working Mens Clubs Wales Pembrokeshire : Rules, to be observed by a society of tradesmen and inhabitants called the Pembroke Old Union Society, of the borough of Pembroke and its neighbourhood, begun ... Nov. 6th, 1770 [electronic resource].; Pembroke Old Union Society.
Working Mens Gardens Great Britain : On the beneficial employment of the surplus labouring classes [electronic resource] : more especially the agricultural portion of them, in the winter season of the year, and on the garden allotment system : respectfully offered for acceptance to the president and council of the Royal Agricultural Society of England / by James Dean.; Dean, James.