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The Physical and Moral Condition of the Children and Young Persons Employed ... - Page 220
by Great Britain. Commissioners for Inquiring into the Employment and Condition of Children in Mines and Manufactories - 1843 - 267 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...the conduct of his own father and mother, said, " My own experience tells me that the instruction of females in the work of a house, in teaching them to...would prevent a great amount of misery and crime. Then there would be fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children. As A working man, within my own...
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A lecture on the evils of popular ignorance, and on the remedies thereof

Thomas Martin - 1843
...all superiors, are regarded as enemies and oppressors." A working mechanic makes this observation, " My own experience tells me, that the instruction of...be fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children — speaking as a working man, female education is disgracefully neglected." This is from a mechanic....
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1843
...the conduct of his own father and mother, said, ' My own experience tells me that the instruction of females in the work of a house, in teaching them to...would prevent a great amount of misery and crime. Then there would be fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children. As a working-man, within my own...
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Annual Register, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...the conduct of his own father and mother, said, " My own experience tells me that the instruction of females in the work of a house, in teaching them to...would prevent a great amount of misery and crime. Then there would be fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children. As a working man, within my own...
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Annual Register

History - 1844
...the conduct of his own father and mother, said, " My own experience tells me that the instruction of females in the work of a house, in teaching them to...the fireside, would prevent a great amount of misery aud crime. Then there would be fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children. As A working man, within...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volume 25

1845
...earnings would produce only one shillmg a week ; cold and hunger, and the innumerable sufferings of ray childhood, crowd upon my mind and overpower me. They...instruction of the females in the work of a house, in leaching them to produce cheerfulness and comfort at the fireside, would prevent agreat amountof misery...
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The Quarterly educational magazine, and record of the Home and ..., Volume 2

Home and colonial school society
...innumerable sufferings of my childhood, crowd upon my mind and overpower me. They keep alive in my mind a deep anxiety for the emancipation of the thousands...fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children.' Such is the statement of a very intelligent and most respectable mechanic." lamentable ignorance which...
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Juvenile Depravity ...

Henry Worsley - Alcoholism - 1849 - 275 pages
...innumerable sufferings of my childhood, crowd upon my mind and overpower me. They keep alive in my mind a deep anxiety for the emancipation of the thousands...fewer drunken husbands, and disobedient children." Such is the statement of a very intelligent and most respectable mechanic.* The following extracts...
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Thrift

Samuel Smiles - Saving and investment - 1876 - 384 pages
...anxiety for the emancipation of thousands of families in this great town (Birmingham) and neighborhood who are in a similar state of horrible misery. -My...fewer drunken husbands and disobedient children. As a working-man, within my own observation female education is disgracefully neglected. I attach more importance...
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Thrift

Samuel Smiles - Saving and investment - 1876 - 384 pages
...anxiety for the emancipation of thousands of families in this great town (Birmingham) and neighborhood who are in a similar state of horrible misery. My...house. in teaching them to produce cheerfulness and pomfort at the fireside, would prevent a great amount of misery and crime. There would be fewer drunken...
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