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" It appears that the children, and others, who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever, and that when the affection is received it is rapidly 'propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded... "
The Industrial Revolution - Page 68
by Charles Austin Beard - 1919 - 105 pages
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The manufacturing population of England, its moral, social and physical ...

P. Gaskell - 1833 - 80 pages
...1. It appears that the children and others, who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever; and that when such infection is received, it is rapidly propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the ...

P. Gaskell - Artisans - 1836 - 399 pages
...factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever; and that when such infection is received, it is rapidly propagated, not only amongst...2. The large factories are generally injurious to those employed in them, even when no particular diseases prevail, from the close confinement which...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 57

English literature - 1836
...1st. It appears that the children and others who work in the large cotton factories are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever; and that when such infection is received it is rapidlv propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the ...

P. Gaskell - Artisans - 1836 - 399 pages
...1. It appears that the children and others, who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever; and that when such infection is received, it is rapidly propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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Artisans and Machinery: the Moral and Physical Condition of the ...

P. Gaskell - 1836
...1. It -appears that the children and others, who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever; and that when such infection is received, it is rapidly propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 57

1836
...1st. It appears that the children and others who work in the larg\> cotton factories are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever ; and that when such infection is received it is rapidly propagated, not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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The History of the Factory Movement: From the Year 1802, to the ..., Volume 1

Samuel Kydd - Child labor - 1857
...1st. It appears that the children, and others, who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever,...families and neighbourhoods to which they belong. 2nd. The large factories are generally injurious to the constitution of those employed in them, even...
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Zwei Bücher zur socialen Geschichte Englands, Volumes 1-2

Adolf Held - England - 1881 - 775 pages
...1 . It appears that the children and others who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever and that when such infection is received, it is rapidly propagated , not only amongst those who are crowded together...
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The Life, Times, and Labours of Robert Owen, Volume 2

Lloyd Jones - Political Science - 1890
...i. It appears that the children, and others who work in the large cotton factories, are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever,...is rapidly propagated, not only amongst those who arc crowded together in the same apartments, but in the families and neighbourhoods to which they belong....
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 27

American Academy of Political and Social Science - Electronic journals - 1906
...of Manchester * * * that the children and others who work in large cotton factories are peculiarly disposed to be affected by the contagion of fever, and that when such infection is received it is rapidly propagated. * * * The untimely labor of the night and the...
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