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" Talyllyn and Llanfihangel, in the county of Merioneth : — " I visited many cottages in Talyllyn, and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale piled... "
The book of North Wales - Page 250
by Charles Frederick Cliffe - 1850 - 80 pages
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Reports

Commissioners of inquiry into the state of education in Wales - 1848
...Talyllyn and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale,...wattled, and many of these hovels have no window. 'I hey comprise one room, in which all the family sleep. This is in some cases separated from the rest...
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Reports of the Commissioners of Inquiry Into the State of Education in Wales ...

Great Britain. Commissioners of Inquiry into the State of Education in Wales - Education - 1848 - 536 pages
...Talyllyn and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale,...wattled, and many of these hovels have no window. '1 hey comprise one room, in which all the family sleep. This is in some cases separated from the rest...
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Reports of the Commissioners of Inquiry Into the State of Education in Wales ...

Great Britain. Commissioners of Inquiry into the State of Education in Wales - Education - 1848 - 536 pages
...Talyllyn and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale,...mortar or whitewash. The floors are of earth; the roots are wattled, and many of these hovels have no window. '1 hey comprise one room, in which all...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 14

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1848
...require. The cottages are generally described as wretched in the extreme, formed in many places of loose fragments of rock and shale piled together, without mortar or whitewash. Never having seen a higher order of civilization, although they have the means to live respectably,...
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The social condition and education of the people in England and ..., Volume 1

Joseph Kay - Education - 1850
...Talyllyn, and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale...This is in some cases separated from the rest of the hut by wisps of straw, forming an imperfect screen. " The social and moral depravity of the pauper...
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The Social Condition and Education of the People in England

Joseph Kay - Education - 1863 - 323 pages
...Talyllyn, and the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale...many of these hovels have no window. They comprise on^ room, in which all the family sleep. This is in some cases separated from the rest of the hut by...
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THE SOCIAL CONDITION AND EDUCATION OF THE PEOPLE IN ENGLAND

JOSEPH KAY - 1864
...Talyllyn, and the adjoining parish of Llannhangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale...This is in some cases separated from the rest of the hut by wisps of straw, forming an imperfect screen. " The social and moral depravity of the pauper...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 36

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1894
...Talyllyn and the adjoining parish o'f Llanfihangel. The house accommodation is wretched. The cottages are formed of a few loose fragments of rock and shale,...roofs are wattled, and many of these hovels have no windows. They comprise one room, in which all the family sleep. This ia in some cases separated from...
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