A Doctor by the name of Michael ward was interviewed on the conditions he saw in the factories that summer.(House of lords committee and Michael w. 1819) He stated he couldn't breath when he entered. He also stated the health of the children was worse to the conditions of other factories.
Dr Ward wasn't the only one who had a say in proving factory life was horrible. A man by the name of John Birley …show more content…
An opponent of this idea that factory life is unhealthy is Dr Holme. He was interviewed about a specific factory, which was owned by Mr Pooley.(House of lords committee and Holme E. 1818.) Dr Holme states the factory was perfectly fine and 363 were completely healthy.(Holme E. 1818.) The Doctor's statement would have been proving factories are health if he wasn't asked questions. Dr Holme avoided answering the questions which related to Mr pooley which means he was probably paid to the a lie about the factory.
Another opponent is Edward Baines who wrote a part in his book about the conditions and the ideas he has for punishment for the workers.(History of the cotton manufacture in Great Britain)
Edward states that ¨abuse is the exception ,not the rule¨(History of the cotton manufacture in Great Britain) Edward is saying abuse is allowed but is not enforced. Edward is a supporter of healthy factory and child abuse which doesn't help the healthy conditions of