The Law Relating to Factories and Workshops, with Introduction and Explanatory Notes: 2d Ed., Comprising the Factory and Workshop Act, 1878, and the Orders of the Secretary of State Made Thereunder

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Stevens and sons, 1879 - 161 pages

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