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William DawsonElve shillings per week and coals and candles allowed I had twelve shillings per week till when the wages of the colliers were raised and then I had fifteen shillings The colliers struck again about a year or two after this when another advance took place and my wages were raised to eighteen shillings per week Thus my father and myself served the Gascoigne family for a period of nearly forty years for what I have stated' It would be small matter for wonder that the colliers struck ' if their earnings were as small in proportion to their work as those of the agent Luke Dawson however did not strike ' and apparently did not complain retaining his poorly paid office to his life's end and so.

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