The Physical and Moral Condition of the Children and Young Persons Employed in Mines and Manufactures. Illustrated by Extracts from the Reports of the Commissioners for Inquiring Into the Employment of Children and Young Persons in Mines and Collieries, Etc
John W. Parker, 1843 - Children - 267 pages
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