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" The untimely labour of the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only tends to diminish future expectations as to the general sum of life and industry, by impairing the strength and destroying the vital stamina of... "
The Industrial Revolution - Page 69
by Charles Austin Beard - 1919 - 105 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 57

English literature - 1836
...the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only tends to diminish the general sum of life and industry, by impairing...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in parents, who, contrary to the order of nature, subsist by the oppression of their offspring. It...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 33

England - 1833
...the protracted labour of the ilay, not only tend to diminish future expectation as to the general run of life and industry, by impairing the strength, and...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy, in the parents, who, contrary to the order of nature, subsist by the oppression of their offspring."...
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The Effects of the Principal Arts, Trades, and Professions, and of Civic ...

Charles Turner Thackrah - Hazardous occupations - 1831 - 180 pages
...lament the untimely and protracted labour of the children employed in some of the Mills, which tends to diminish future expectations, as to the general...destroying the vital stamina of the rising generation ; at the same time that, in too many instances, it gives encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and...
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The Effects of Arts, Trades, and Professions: And of Civic States and Habits ...

Charles Turner Thackrah - Hygiene - 1832 - 238 pages
...lament the untimely and protracted labour of the children employed in some of the mills, which tends to diminish future expectations, as to the general sum of life and industry, by imparing the strength, and destroying the vital stamina of the rising generation ; at the same time...
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The manufacturing population of England, its moral, social and physical ...

P. Gaskell - 1833 - 80 pages
...labour of the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only tends to diminish future expectations, as to the general...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in the parents, who contrary to the law of nature, subsist by the oppression of their children. 4....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 33

1833
...the protracted labour pf the day, not only tend to diminish future expectation as to the general run of life and industry, by impairing the strength, and...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy, in the parents, who, contrary to the order of nature, subsist by the oppression of their offspring."...
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Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the ...

P. Gaskell - Artisans - 1836 - 399 pages
...labour of the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only tends to diminish future expectations, as to the general...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in the parents, who, contrary to the law of nature, subsist by the oppression of their children. 4....
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Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the ...

P. Gaskell - Artisans - 1836 - 399 pages
...labour of the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only, tends to diminish future expectations, as to the general...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in the parents, who, contrary to the law of nature, subsist by the oppression of their children. 4....
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The Quarterly review, Volume 57

1836
...the night, and the protracted labour of the day, with respect to children, not only tends lo diminish the general sum of life and industry, by impairing...destroying the vital stamina of the rising generation, but ie too often gives encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in parents, who, contrary...
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Legal Provision Respecting the Education and Employment of Children in ...

Henry Barnard - Child labor - 1842 - 88 pages
...the night, and the protracted labor of the day, with respect to children, not only tends to diminish the general sum of life and industry, by impairing...encouragement to idleness, extravagance, and profligacy in parents, who, contrary to the order ofnaturet subsist by the oppression of their offspring. It appears...
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