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General Bibliography - Books


Updated January 2011


Merged from bibliographies compiled by Nick Molyneux, George Demidowicz, Rita McLean and  Shena Mason, to whom many thanks are due for permission to use their work.


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Alcock, N.W., People at Home, Living in a Warwickshire Village, 1500-1800, (Chichester), 1993.

Andrew, J., ‘The Soho Steam Engine Business’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 63-70.

Anon, Brief History of Birmingham, 2nd edn. (Birmingham), 1802.

-----,  John Wyatt, Master Carpenter and Inventor, Compiled from original Manuscripts (London), 1885.

Ansell, G.F., The Royal Mint: Its Working, Conduct and Operations, fully and practically explained (London), 1871.

Ashton, T.S., Iron and Steel in the Industrial Revolution (Manchester), 1924.

Ayres, J., Building the Georgian City (New Haven), 1998.


Baggott, S., ‘I am very desirous of being a great silversmith’, Matthew Boulton and the Birmingham Assay Office’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 47-54.

Baker, D., Potworks. The Industrial Architecture of the Staffordshire Potteries (London), 1991.

Ballard, P., Loggie, V. and Mason, S., A Lost Landscape: Matthew Boulton’s Gardens at Soho (Chichester), 2009.

Barnard, T. and Clark, J., eds, Lord Burlington, Architecture, Art and Life (London), 1995.

Beard, G., Craftsmen and Interior Decoration in England 1660-1820 (London), 1981.

Beighton, H., A Mapp of Warwickshire. Actually Survey’d in the Years 1722, 1723, 1724, 1725 by Henry Beighton, 1725.

Bennett, W., John Baskerville, The Birmingham Printer, His Press, Relations, and Friends Vols. 1 & 2 Birmingham), 1937, 1939.

Berg, M., The Age of Manufactures 1700-1820: Industry Innovation, and work in Britain, 2nd edition. London 1994, 1985.

Bernan, W., On the History and Art of Warming and Ventilating Rooms and Buildings by open fires, hypocausts, German, Dutch, Russian and Swedish stoves, steam, hot water, heated air, heat of animals, and other methods; with notices of the progress of personal and fireside comfort, and of the management of fuel, 2 vols. (London) [BL 1393c5], 1845.

Bird, V., The Priestley Riots, 1791, and The Lunar Society (Birmingham), 1991.

Bisset, J., Magnificent Guide, or, Grand Copperplate Directory, for the Town of Birmingham (Birmingham), 1808.

Boucher, C.T.G., John Rennie, 1761-1821, The Life and Work of a Great Engineer (Manchester), 1963.

Bouchet, P., Les Monnerons - Histoire d’un Monnayage (Paris) 2010

Boulton, M.P.W., Remarks on some evidence recently communicated to the Photographic Society (London) [Title page only in BL, bound with next item], 1863.

----,  Remarks concerning certain photographs supposed to be of early date (London) [BL 8909i19], 1864.

----,  Remarks concerning certain pictures supposed to be photographs of early date (London), 1865.

----,  Homer’s Iliad. Translation of Book I. Also Passages from Virgil (London), 1875.

----,  Translation of the Sixth Book of Virgil’s Aeneid (London), 1877.

Brown, L., A Catalogue of British Historical Medals 1760-1960, Vol.I, The Accession of George III to the Death of William IV (London), 1980.

Brown, R., ed., The Architectural Outsiders (London), 1985.

Buchanan, R., An Essay on the warming of mills and other buildings by Steam (Glasgow) [BL 1044h27(4)], 1807.

----,  Practical and Descriptive Essays on the Economy of Fuel, and Management of Heat (Glasgow) [BL958i14], 1810.

----, A Treatise on the economy of Fuel, and Management of Heat, especially as it relates to heating and drying by means of steam (Glasgow) [BL959e23, 1815.

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Cadbury, P.S., The Lunar Society of Birmingham Bicentenary (Birmingham), 1966.

H.B. Carter, Sir Joseph Banks, London, 1988.

Cartwright-Hignett, E., Lili at Aynhoe, 1989.

Challis, C.E. [Ed] A new History of the Royal Mint. Cambridge, 1992.

Chambers, W., A Dissertation on Oriental Gardening (London), 1772.

Colvin, H.M., A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840, 2nd edn. (London), 1978.

-----, ----- 3rd edn. (New Haven)

Conner, P., Michael Angelo Rooker 1746-1801, (London), 1985.

Cooke, I.G.H., ed., The Nineteenth-Century Diaries of a Birmingham Engineer, William Garland (London), 1997.

Cooper, D.R., The Art and Craft of Coinmaking, A History of Minting Technology (London), 1988.

Court, W.H.B., The Rise of the Midland Industries 1600-1838 (London), 1938.

Craig, J., The Mint. A History of the London Mint from AD287 to 1948 (Cambridge), 1953.

Craven, M., John Whitehurst of Derby, Clockmaker & Scientist 1713-88 (Ashbourne), 1996.

Crook, J.M. and Port, M.H., The History of the King’s Works 1782-1851, 6, (London), 1973.

Cruikshank, D., London: The Art of Georgian Building (London), 1975.

-----,  A Guide to the Georgian Buildings of Britain and Ireland (London), 1985.

-----, and Burton, N., Life in the Georgian City (London), 1990.


Darwin, C., ed. King-Hele, D., Charles Darwin’s The Life of Erasmus Darwin (Cambridge), 2003.

Delieb, Eric: The Great Silver Manufactory. Matthew Boulton and the Birmingham silversmiths (London), 1971.

Demidowicz, G., ‘A Walking Tour of the Three Sohos’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 99-107.

-----, The Soho Industrial Buildings (forthcoming)

Dick, M. (ed.),  Joseph Priestley and Birmingham (Birmingham), 2005.

-----, ‘Joseph Priestley, the Lunar Society and Anti-Slavery’ in Dick, 2005, 65-80

----- , ‘Joseph Priestley and America’, in Dick, 2005, 105-109

-----, (ed.) Matthew Boulton, A Revolutionary Player, (Birmingham), 2009.

Dickinson, H.W., James Watt, Craftsman and Engineer (Cambridge), 1935.

-----,  Matthew Boulton (Cambridge, 1937, republished in paperback, Leamington Spa, 1999)

-----, A Short History of the Steam Engine (Cambridge), 1963.

-----, and Jenkins, R., James Watt and the Steam Engine (London), 1927.

Dilworth, D., The Tame Mills of Staffordshire (London), 1976.

Doty, R., The Soho Mint and the Industrialization of Money (London), 1998.

Duggan, A., A Lady of Letters: Catherine Hutton 1757-1846 (Studley), 2000.

Dykes, D.W. Coinage and Currency in Eighteenth Century Britain: the Provincial Coinage. London 2011


Edwards, F., The Ventilation of Dwelling Houses and the Utilization of Waste Heat from Open Fire-places, including Chapters on London Smoke & Fog, Modern Fire-places, etc., 2nd edn [BRL A697], 1881.

Eidlitz, R.J., Medallic Portraits of Matthew Boulton and James Watt (New York), 1928.


Fairclough, O., The Grand Old Mansion. The Holtes and Their Successors at Aston Hall 1618-1864 (Birmingham), 1984.

Field, J., Place-names of Greater London (London), 1980.

Finer, A. and Savage, G., eds., The Selected Letters of Josiah Wedgwood (London), 1965.

Fitzmaurice, E., Life of William, Earl of Shelburne, afterwards First Marquess of Lansdowne. With extracts from his papers and correspondence, 3 vols., (London), 1875, 1876, 1886.

Ford, T., Derbyshire Blue John (Ashbourne), 2005.

Fry, J., The Case of Marriages between near kindred particularly considered, with respect to the doctrine of scripture, the law of nature, and the Laws of England. With some Observations relating to the late Act to prevent Clandestine Marriages, (London, for J. Whiston & B. White), 1756.


Gale, W.K.V., and Seaby, W.A., Boulton, Watt and the Soho Undertakings, 2nd edn. (Birmingham), 1966.

Gale, W.K.V., Boulton, Watt and the Soho Undertakings, 3rd edn. (Birmingham), 1970.

Gilpin, W., Observations relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty, Made in the Year 1772 on several Parts of England, particularly the Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, 3rd edn., 2 vols (London), 1792.

-----, Three Essays: On Picturesque Beauty; On Picturesque Travel; and On Sketching Landscape: to which is added a Poem, on Landscape Painting (London), 1792.

-----, Remarks on Forest Scenery, and other Woodland Views (relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty) Illustrated by the Scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire, 2nd edn., 2 vols, (London), 1794.

-----,  Observations on the River Wye, and several parts of South Wales &c., Relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty; made in the Summer of the Year 1770, 5th edn. (London), 1800.

-----,  An Essay on Prints, 5th edn. (London), 1802.

Gomme, A., ‘William and David Hiorn,1712-1776; ?-1758. ‘The elegance of Provincial Craftsmanship,’ in Brown, 1985, 45-62, 1985.

Goodison, N., Ormolu, the Work of Matthew Boulton, (London), 1974.

-----, Matthew Boulton: Ormolu, Christies, (London), 2003.

-----, ‘The Context of Neoclassicism’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 31-40.

-----, ‘Ormolu Ornaments’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 55-62.

Graves, A., The Royal Academy of Arts. A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and their Work from its Foundation in 1769 to 1904, 4, (London), 1906.

Griffiths, J., The Third Man. The Life and Times of William Murdoch, 1754-1839. The Inventor of Gas Lighting. (London), 1992.

Gunnis, R., n.d. (ed.) Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660-1851 (London)

Gwilt, J., Rev. Papworth, W., An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical & Practical (London), 1894.


Harris, J., The Palladian Revival. Lord Burlington, his Villa and Garden at Chiswick (London), 1994.

Harris, J.R., The Copper King. A Biography of Thomas Williams of Llanidan (Liverpool), 1964.

-----,  Essays in Industry and Technology in the Eighteenth Century: England and France (Hampshire), 1992.

Hawker, C.R., Druid Tokens: Eighteenth-Century Token Notes from Matthew Boulton’s Letters, The Anglesey Series’ (Studley), 1996.

Hay, G.D. & Stell, G.P., Monuments of Industry, an Illustrated Historical Record, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, 1986.

Heaton, R., ‘Birmingham Coinage’, in Timmins 1866, 552-559 [see below], 1866.

Henderson, W.O., J.C. Fisher and his Diary of Industrial England 1814-51 (London), 1966.

Herman, M., Early Australian Architects and their Work (Sydney), 1954.

Herschel, Mrs. J., Memoir and Correspondence of Caroline Herschel (Bath) 1879 (repr. 2000).

Hewlings, R., ‘Chiswick House and Gardens: Appearance and Meaning’, in Barnard & Clark, 1995, 1-149, 1995.

Hickman, D., Birmingham, 1970.

Hill, G., ‘Gunpowder Joe: Priestley’s Religious Radicalism’ in Dick, 2005, 21-30

Hills, Revd. Richard, James Watt, 3 vols. Ashbourne, 2002.

Hirsh, A.D., Joseph Priestley House, Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide (Mechanicsburg, PA.), 2003.

Hopkins, E., Birmingham, the First Manufacturing Town in the World 1760-1840 (London), 1989.

Hunt, C., A History of the Introduction of Gas Lighting (London), 1907.

Hunt, J.D. and Willis, P.D., The Genius of the Place. The English Landscape Garden 1620-1820 (London), 1975.

Huquier, G. Receuil Contenant Frises d’Ornaments

Hutton, W., The Life of William Hutton, Including a particular account of the Riots at Birmingham in 1791, written by himself and published by his Daughter, Catherine Hutton, (London) 1816 (repr. Studley 1998).

-----, A History of Birmingham  6th edn. (Birmingham), 1835.

Hutton-Beale, Catherine: Reminiscences of a Gentlewoman of the Last Century, 1891.

Hyde, R., Panoromania! The Art and Entertainment of the ‘All-Embracing View’ (London), 1988.




Jacques, D., Georgian Gardens. The Reign of Nature, 1983.

Jones, E., Industrial Architecture in Britain 1750-1939 (London), 1985.

Jones, G.T., ‘Joseph Priestley: Trail-blazing experimenter’ in Dick, 2005, 31-47

Jones, P. Industrial Enlightenment: Science, Technology and Culture in the West Midlands, 1760-1820 (Manchester), 2008.

Jones, P.M., ‘The Life and Times of Dr Joseph Priestley’ in Dick, 2005, 7-20.

----, ‘I had Lords and Ladies to Wait on yesterday’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 71-79.


King-Hele, D., Doctor of Revolution: The Life and Genius of Erasmus Darwin (London), 1977.

-----,  The Letters of Erasmus Darwin (Cambridge), 1981.

-----, Erasmus Darwin, A Life of Unequalled Achievement (London), 1999.

Kitz, N. and Kitz, B., Pains Hill Park, Cobham, 1984.


Langford, J.A., A Century of Birmingham Life, or, A Chronicle of Local Events, from 1741 to 1841, 2 vols (Birmingham), 1868.

Leather, P., ‘A Sorry End: The Priestley Riots of 1791’, in Dick, 2005, 81-89

Clifford Lines, Companion to the Industrial Revolution. Oxford, 1990.

Linstrum, D., Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects. The Wyatt Family (London), 1973.

Loggie, V., ‘Picturing Soho: Images of Matthew Boulton’s Manufactory’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 22-30.

Lord, J., Capital and Steam Power 1750-1800 (London), 1923 (repr. 1966).

Loudon, J.C., Remarks on the Construction of Hothouses, pointing out the most advantageous forms, materials, and contrivances to be used in their construction; also A review of the various methods of building them in foreign countries as well as in England (London), 1817.

Lunar Society of Birmingham, An Exhibition to Commemorate the Bicentenary of the Lunar Society of Birmingham, exhibition catalogue (Birmingham), 1966.

-----,  The Lunar  Society of Birmingham 1766-1809 (short guide to the members) (Birmingham), 1966.


Macalpine, I.  and Hunter, R., George III and the Mad-Business (Harmondsworth), 1969 (repr 1991.

Mantoux, P., The Industrial Revolution of the Eighteenth Century (London), 1928.

----, The Industrial Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. An Outline of the Beginnings of the Modern Factory System in England (London), 1961.

Mare, M.L. and Quarrell, W.H., Lichtenberg’s Visits to England as described in his Letters and Diaries (Oxford), 1938.

Mason, S., Jewellery Making in Birmingham, 1750-1995, (Chichester), 1998.

-----, Sarehole Mill Guide (Birmingham), 2002.

-----, Soho House Guide (Birmingham), 2002.

-----, The Hardware Man’s Daughter (Chichester), 2005.

-----, ‘Friends Re-united: Dr Priestley and the Russells of Birmingham’, in Dick, 2005, 90-104

----- (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009.

-----, ‘The Hôtel d’Amitié sur Handsworth Heath: Soho House and the Boultons’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 14-21.

Mason, W., The English Garden, a Poem, 1772.

Matthews, W., An historical sketch of the origin, progress & present state of Gas-lighting (London) [BL 1035e20], 1827.

McLean, R., Introduction, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 1-6.

Michaelis-Jena, R. and Merson, W. (eds), A Lady Travels. Journeys in England and Scotland from the Diaries of Johanna Schopenhauer (London), 1988.

Moilliet, Andrew (ed.): Elizabeth Anne Galton (1808-1906), A Well-connected Gentlewoman, (Northwich), 2003.

Money, J., Experience and Identity, Birmingham and the West Midlands 1760-1800 (Manchester), 1977.

Morgan, K. (ed.), An American Quaker in the British Isles. The Travel Journals of Jabez Maud Fisher, 1775-1779, Records of Social and Economic History (Oxford), 1992.

Morris, R., The Architectural Remembrancer: Being a collection of New and Useful Designs, of Ornamental Buildings and Decorations for Parks, Gardens, Woods &c, to which are added, A Variety of Chimney-Pieces, after the Manner of Inigo Jones and Mr Kent (London), 1751.

Mowl, T., ‘Henry Keen 1726-1776. A Goth in Spite of Himself’ in Brown 1985, 82-97, 1985.

Muirhead, J.P., The Origin and progress of the Mechanical inventions of James Watt illustrated by correspondence with his friends and the specifications of his Patents, 3 vols. (London), 1854.

----, The Life of James Watt with Selections from his Correspondence (London), 1858.

Murray, A., General View of the Agriculture of the County of Warwick, 1818.

Musson, A.E., Science and Technology in the Industrial Revolution (Manchester), 1969.


Namier, L. and Brooke, J., History of Parliament. The House of Commons 1754-1790, 3 vols (London), 1964.

Norton, C., Proposals with the Plan & Specification for Building the Crescent in Birmingham (Birmingham), 1795.


Oliver, G., A Study of Maria Edgeworth, with Notices of her Father and Friends (Boston), 1882.


Pardoe, F.E., John Baskerville of Birmingham, Letter-Founder & Printer (London), 1975.

Parikh et al, Conran Octopus Decorating Book, 1996.

Pearson and Rollason, The Birmingham Directory; or, Merchant and Tradesman’s Useful Companion (Birmingham), 1777.

Peck, C.W., English Copper, Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558-1958, 2nd edn. (London), 1964.

Peck, T.W. and Wilkinson, K.D., William Withering of Birmingham MD, FRS, FLS (Bristol), 1950.

Porter, Roy, English Society in the 18th Century (Penguin), 1991.

-----,  Enlightenment: Britain and the Creation of the Modern World (London), 2000.

Price, U., An Essay on the Picturesque, as compared with the sublime and the beautiful; and, on the use of studying Pictures for the purpose of improveing real landscape, 2 vols., (London, Hereford), 1794, 1798.

Priestland, N., Erasmus Darwin, Philosopher, Scientist, Physician, and Poet (Nottingham), 1990.

Priestley, J., Memoirs of Dr Joseph Priestley Written by Himself to the Year 1795, with a Continuation to the Time of his Decease by his Son, Joseph Priestley, 1809,  Centenary edn. (London) 1904.

Prosser, R.B., Birmingham Inventors and Inventions, being a contribution to the Industrial History of Birmingham (Birmingham), 1881 (repr. 1970).


Quickenden, K., ‘Matthew Boulton’s Silver and Sheffield Plate’ in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 41-46.

Quickenden, K., Baggott, S., Dick, M. Matthew Boulton: Enterprising Industrialist of the Enlightenment. (Farnham, Surrey) 2013


Ransome-Wallis, R., Matthew Boulton and the Toymakers, Silver from the Birmingham Assay Office, exhibition catalogue, The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths (London), 1982.

Reid, D.B., Illustrations of the theory and practice of ventilation with remarks on warming, exclusive lighting, and the communication of sound (London) [BL 1393h18], 1844.

Reilly, R., Josiah Wedgwood (London), 1992.

Rickman, T.M., Notes on the Life and on the Several Imprints of the Work of Thomas Rickman, FSA, Architect (London), 1901.

Robinson, E. and Musson, A.E., James Watt and the Steam Revolution. A Documentary History (London), 1969.

Robinson, J.M., The Wyatts, An Architectural Dynasty (Oxford), 1979.

-----,  Shugborough (London), 1989.

Roll, E., An Early Experiment in Industrial Organisation, being a History of the Firm of Boulton & Watt, 1775-1805 (London), 1930.

Rosenfeld, S., Georgian Scene Painters and Scene Painting (Cambridge), 1981.

Rowe, R., Adam Silver 1765-1795 (London), 1965.

Roworth, W.W. (ed.), Angelica Kauffman, A Continental Artist in Georgian England (London), 1992.


de Saint-Fond, B.F., ed. Geikie, A., A Journey Through England and Scotland to the Hebrides in 1784 (Glasgow), 1907.

Saint, A., et al, A History of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden 1732-1982 (London), 1982.

Sanecki, K., Humphry Repton (Princes Risborough), 1987.

Saunders, E., Joseph Pickford of Derby (Stroud), 1993.

Scarfe, N., Innocent Espionage, The La Rochefoucauld Brothers’ Tour of England in 1785 (Woodbridge), 1995.

Schofield, R. The Lunar Society of Birmingham. A Social History of Provincial Science and Industry in Eighteenth-Century England (Oxford), 1966.

Selgin, George, Good Money: Birmingham Button Makers, the Royal Mint, and the Beginnings of Modern Coinage, 1775-1821, (Michigan), 2008.

Shaw, S., The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, 2, pt.1 (London), 1801.

Simpson, J.A. and Weiner, E.S.C., The Oxford English Dictionary, 2 edn., 20 vols., 1989.

Smiles, Samuel: Lives of Boulton & Watt,1865, republished Stroud, 2007.

-----,  Lives of the Engineers, Boulton and Watt. The Steam-Engine (London), 1904.

Smith, E.J.G., The Works of Matthew Boulton from the Collection of Mr James C. Codell, Jr., Sunday 11th February-Sunday 25th March 1990. Headley-Whitney Museum (Lexington, Kentucky), 1990.

Sotheby’s, The James Watt Sale, Art & Science, auction sale catalogue (London), 2003.

Spassky, I.G., The Russian Monetary System. A Historico-Numismatic Survey (Amsterdam), 1967.

Stephens, W.B. (ed.), A History of the County of Warwick: The City of Birmingham. Victoria County History, 7 (London), 1964.

Stroud, D., George Dance, Architect, 1741-1825 (London), 1971.

Swinney, M., The New Birmingham Directory And Gentleman and Tradesman’s Compleat Memorandum Book (Birmingham), 1773.

Sylvester, C., The Philosophy of Domestic Economy: As exemplified in the mode of Warming, Ventilating, Washing, Drying, & Cooking, and in Various Arrangements contributing to the Comfort and Convenience of Domestic Life, Adopted in The Derbyshire General Infirmary, and more recently, on a greatly extended scale, in several other public buildings, newly erected in this Country…. (Nottingham), 1819.

Symons, D., ‘Bringing to Perfection the Art of Coining: What did they make at the Soho Mint?’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 89-88.



Tait, F., ‘How do we know what we know? The Archives of Soho’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009 108-116.

Tann, J., The Development of the Factory (London), 1970.

-----,  Birmingham Assay Office 1733-1993 (Birmingham), 1993.

-----, ed. The Selected Papers of Boulton & Watt, Volume I, The Engine Partnership 1775-1825 (London), 1981.

-----, Matthew Boulton. Department of Local History Information Sheet 7, Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, 1981.

Thompson, Peter R, The East India Company and its Coins, (Honiton), 2010.

Timmins, S. (ed.), The Resources, Products, and Industrial History of Birmingham and the Midland Hardware District: A Series of Reports, collected by the local Industries Committee of the British Association at Birmingham in 1865 (London), 1866.

Tomlinson, C., A Rudimentary Treatise on Warming and Ventilation; being a concise exposition of the general principles of the art of warming and ventilating domestic and public buildings, mines, lighthouses, ships, &c. (London) [BL 8703a46], 1850.

Tomson, A.G., Watt, The Man (The Watt Club Presidential Address 1972) (Edinburgh), 1972.

Tungate, S., ‘Copper to Customer: Matthew Boulton’s Mints’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 80-88.

Tungate, S., Matthew Boulton and the Soho Mint: Copper to Customer, (Redditch) 2020

Tyack, G., Warwickshire Country Houses (Chichester), 1994.


Uglow, Jenny: The Lunar Men  (London), 2002.

-----, ‘Matthew Boulton and the Lunar Society’, in Mason, S. (ed.), Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires, London, 2009, 7-13.

Ure, A., The Philosophy of Manufactures; or, An Exposition of the Scientific, Moral, and Commercial Economy of the Factory System of Great Britain (London), 1835.




Wakefield, Priscilla, A Family Tour Through the British Empire containing some account of its Manufactures, Natural and Artificial Curiosities, History and Antiquities: interspersed with biographical anecdotes particularly adapted to the amusement and instruction of Youth. 6th edn. London, 1812.

Ward, J.T., The Factory System Vol. 1, Birth and Growth (Newton Abbott), 1970.

Ware, I., The Four Books of Andrea Palladio (London, New York), 1738 (repr. 1965).

Watt, J., Memoir of Matthew Boulton by James Watt, Glasgow, September 17 1809. Memorandum Concerning Mr Boulton, commencing with my first acquaintance with him (repr. Birmingham 1943).

Watts, R., ‘Joseph Priestley and his Influence on Education in Birmingham’, in Dick, 2005, 48-64

Whateley, T., Observations on Modern Gardening London), 1770.

White, ?., Directory of Birmingham, 1855.

Withers, P. & B. R. The Token Book: 17th, 18th, & 19th Century Tokens and their Values, (Llanfyllin), 2010

Wittkower, R., Palladio and English Palladianism (London), 1974.

Wolfe, J.J., Brandy, Balloons, & Lamps. Ami Argand, 1750-1803 (Carbondale), 1999.

Wright, L., Clean and Decent. The Fascinating History of the Bathroom and the Water Closet (London), 1960.

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