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Side 189 - Proceedings of the Geological and Polytechnic Society of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Side 120 - GERMANY; the SPIRIT of her HISTORY, LITERATURE, SOCIAL CONDITION, and NATIONAL ECONOMY ; illustrated by Reference to her Physical, Moral, and Political Statistics, and by Comparison with other Countries. By BISSET HAWKINS, MD, Oxon., FRS, &c. 10*.
Side 3 - Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire.
Side 23 - An orphan or deserted child, educated from infancy to the age of 12 or 14 in a workhouse, if taught reading, writing and arithmetic only, is generally unfitted for earning his livelihood by labour.
Side 409 - ... contrast this with the condition of many young men employed as farmservants in the southern counties, who, being paid board-wages, club together to have their comfortless meal cooked in a neighbouring cottage, with no house to call their home, left to sleep in an outhouse or hay-loft, subject to the contamination of idle companions, with no parent's eye to watch their actions and no parent's voice to warn them of their errors ; and say which situation is best calculated to promote domestic comfort,...
Side 17 - ... one of two results must ensue — " 1. Either the child must at that period have acquired such habits of industry, such skill in some useful art, and such correct moral habits, as to render his services desirable; in which case he will go to service, and his dependence will cease : " Or, 2ndly, by neglect, or by the adoption of a system of training not calculated to prepare them for the discharge of the practical duties of their station in life, the pauper children maintained in workhouses are...
Side 445 - Abstract of the Net Produce of the Revenue of Great Britain in the Years and Quarters ending 5th July, 1845 and 1846 ; showing the Increase or Decrease thereof.
Side 331 - At the present time France occupies the second rank among nations as regards the production of iron, England being still immeasurably in advance of France, in which country the extension of this branch of industry is far less than has been effected of late years with us. There are at this time in France 12 distinct localities or districts, in which the making of iron is prosecuted. The processes employed for the conversion of the ore in these different sets or groups of iron-works differ materially...
Side 286 - Several lengths of scaling-ladder, each 6i feet long, all of which may be readily connected, forming in a short space of time a ladder of any required height ; a canvas sheet, with 10 or 12 handles of rope round the edge of it for the purpose of a fire-escape ; one 10-fathom and one 14-fathom piece of...