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" ... twentyone years of age, in an employment in which there is nothing deserving the name of skill to be acquired, under circumstances of frequent ill-treatment, and under the oppressive condition that they shall receive only food and clothing, while... "
The Physical and Moral Condition of the Children and Young Persons Employed ... - Page 2
by Great Britain. Commissioners for Inquiring into the Employment and Condition of Children in Mines and Manufactories - 1843 - 267 pages
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Facts and figures

1841
...shall receive only food and clothing, while their free companions may be obtaining a man's wages. 6. That in many instances much that skill and capital...ventilation and drainage, is lamentably defective. 7. That the nature of the employment which is assigned to the youngest children, generally that of...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 36

Industrial arts - 1842
...shall receive only food and clothing, while their free companions may be obtaining a man's wages. 6. That in many instances much that skill and capital...ventilation and drainage is lamentably defective. 7. That the nature of the employment which is assigned to the youngest children, generally that of...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 36

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1842
...companions may be obtaining a man's wages. 428 STATE OF LABOUE IN THE MINES OP GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 6. That in many instances much that skill and capital...often with complete success, as far as regards the healthfuluess and comfort of the mines; but that to render them perfectly safe does not appear to be...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 36

1842
...shall receive only food and clothing, while their free companions may be obtaining a man's wages. 6. That in many instances much that skill and capital...often with complete success, as far as regards the healthfnluess and comfort of the mines; but that to render them perfectly safe does not appear to be...
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An historical, geological, and descriptive view of the coal trade of the ...

1844
...the 6th article of the report, express themselves as follows : — " That in many instances, much of that skill and capital can effect to render the place...mines ; but that to render them perfectly safe does uot appear to be practicable by any means yet known ; whilst in a great many instances, their condition...
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The Industrial Revolution on the Continent: Germany, France, Russia 1800-1914

W. O. Henderson - Business & Economics - 2005 - 288 pages
...shall receive only food and clothing, while their free companions may be obtaining a man's wages. 6. That in many instances much that skill and capital...ventilation and drainage is lamentably defective. 7. That the nature of the employment which is assigned to the youngest Children, generally that of...
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