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Books Books 1 - 6 of 6 on His attempt to obtain an index to the crime of the various counties and districts....
" His attempt to obtain an index to the crime of the various counties and districts of England and Wales which would not be affected by the migration of the "depraved" is interesting. He tries to make allowances for the "influence of the denser populations... "
Reports on Elementary schools - Page 319
by Her MAjesty' Inspectors of schools - 1850
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Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, with Appendices, Volume 2

Great Britain. Privy Council. Committee on Education - 1850
...be made for the town inlluences. which assemble vagrant delinquency 30'J Influences thus detected in the denser populations, rather to assemble the demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization ...... 310 Excess of commitments for the more heinous and brutal offences, and those least affected...
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Education; national, voluntary, and free

Joseph Fletcher - 1851
...populous, and ITr'fhe'd™8 instructetl localities, by drawing a distinction between those pravcd. classes of offences which arise from general depravity...demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization. 5. The great class of the more serious offences against the person and malicious offences against property,...
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Two prize essays on juvenile deliquency, by M. Hill and C.F. Cornwallis

Micaiah Hill, Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1853
..." The migration of the dishonest into the more wealthy, populous, and instructed localities, proves the influence of the denser populations rather to...demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization. "f But the nature of the crimes will be found to weigh in favour of the country. As to the employment...
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Two Prize Essays on Juvenile Delinquency

Micaiah Hill, Caroline Frances Cornwallis - Juvenile delinquency - 1853 - 431 pages
..." The migration of the dishonest into the more wealthy, populous, and instructed localities, proves the influence of the denser populations rather to...demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization.'^ But the nature of the crimes will be found to weigh in favour of the country. As to the employment...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 12

Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1849
...brought to account, which are least liable to influence by migration 198 Influences thus detected in the denser Populations, rather to assemble the demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization 199 Comparisons of the gross Calendars which eliminate the Metropolis, are always in favour of the...
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Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, Volume 2

Great Britain. Committee on Education - Schools - 1850
...be made for the town influence!, which assemble vagrant delinquency 309 Influences thus detected in the denser populations, rather to assemble the demoralized than to breed an excess of demoralization . . . . . .310 Excess of commitments for the more heinous and brutal offences, and those least affected...
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