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1821 Belfast population
1820 price of linen per lb
1851 worth of exports leaving Belfast
No. new linen mills built 1805-9
First railway line in Ulster 1839Place-Place
1785 group set up for Belfast ports
Name a Charles Connell and Son ship
1820s skilled cotton worker wage/week
Ratio of Belfast capital in Protestant hands
Protestants were often skilled workers, formed a ??
1824 raw cost of flax per lb
Flax dust name
1821-41 Ulster population rise%
Leader of Board of GuardiansTitle + First+ Surname
% tariff on imported cotton
1841 no. beds in workhouse for cholera patientslater expanded to 100
Additional flax mills by 1834
1828 body that focuses on Ulster transport
Towns in the 'linen triangle'
Mulholland flax company name
Theory of cholera spread
1835 ship tonnage in Belfast
Gregg forms Belfast Protestant Operative Assn.Year
1900 no. in Mulholland's employment
Belfast referred to as ?? due to linen production
1821-31 % increase living in towns
No. starving cotton weavers in BelfastWith 3000 dependents
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1893 no. in Belfast Chamber of Commerce Catholics
Belfast formally becomes a cityYear
Feb 1832 first cholera patientFirst + Surname
Style of cheap housing
1851 Belfast population
1824 selling cost of cotton per lb
More efficient type of spinning for linenInvolved soaking flax
Name of Queen's Island engineerSurname
1824 raw cost of cotton per lb
Canal System in Ulster startedYear
Robert Hickson 1854 yard managerWent into partnership with Spence
Riots break out at Catholic Repeal meetingMonth + Year
No. yards linen produced in Ireland by 1820s
No. miles of railway in Ireland by 1900
1820 no. employed in linen mills in UlsterIn 15 mills
No ships C and son produced by 1842
1st wet spinning mill opened by ?? in AnnsboroughSurname
Victoria Channel completedMonth + Year
1851 Hickson introduces apprentice schemeTrained well-to-do boys over 16 for management
Amount Belfast Harbour Commission applies for from Board of Public Works
Belfast mortality rate in cholera epidemic
1840 no. flax spinning mills in Ulster
Royal Commission publishes reports on railwaysYYYY-Y
1824 selling cost of linen per lb
1848 cholera outbreak no. deathsin Ireland
Fraction of Irish linen exports to Britain
1820 price of cotton per lb
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Hickson confirms 21 year lease on QI (£50/year)dd/mm/yyyy
Protectionist tariffs on cotton removedYear
Factory ActYear
Walker and Burgess suggested dredging to ?? ftRiver Lagan
1811 no. engaged in cotton manufactureIn Ulster
'James Duncan' ship reached Italy in ?? daysin 1842
1861 % Ulster was Catholic
1826 first steamship in Ulster nameRitchie and Maclaine
1970 yards of linen produced
1826 new ships introduced
Hickson first orderSurname, completed 1854
1835 skilled cotton worker wage/week
River in Belfast
1839 % exports to USADeclined after depression in USA
Cost of 1839 railway
No. acres dredged up from first QI cut17 dedicated to a park
1850 fraction of cotton mills remained in operation
1715 yards of linen produced
Average working life
1820-50 no. ships built in Ulster
Belfast Harbour ActYear
1834 no. flax spinning mills in Ulster
1832 outbreak no. deathsin Ireland
1815 ship tonnage in Belfast
Queen's Island first used for shipbuildingYear
Old name for tuberculosis
Countess of Caledon builtYear; first iron-built ship

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