by printed by W. Clowes and Sons for H.M. Stationery Office in London .
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|Statement||by J.P. Kay and E. Carleton Tufnell, Esq. together with instructional letter from the Poor Law Commissioners to the chaplain at Mr. Aubin"s establishment, Norwood.|
|Contributions||Tufnell, Edward Carleton., Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Reports on the training of pauper children: together with instructional letter from the Poor Law Commissioners to the chaplain at Mr. Aubin's establishment, Norwood / by Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth and Edward Carleton Tufnell Clowes & sons London Australian/Harvard Citation. Kay-Shuttleworth, James. & Tufnell, Edward Carleton. Get this from a library! Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the training of pauper children with appendices.. [Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners.]. Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department, from the Poor Law Commissioners, on the training of pauper children: with appendices. Page 6 - and no person should be employed in the household whose character and habits are not in every respect unexceptionable. It is of primary importance to secure assistants of cheerful temper, and with habits of kindness to children, and, above all, wholly free from those feelings of dependence which are the usual characteristics of paupers.
The children that were educated in the workhouse will be the main focus of this thesis, but I will also focus on the pauper children that did not reside in the workhouse. Simon Fowler opens his book “The Workhouse. The People. The Places. The Life Behind Doors” by saying that the workhouse had an unfeeling resonance over it. Three other official reports provide valuable information for different key periods in the nineteenth century. The Reports on the Training of Pauper Children, House of Lords Sessional Papers, XXXIII () were collated by the Poor Law Commission to support the case for district Senior’s Report on the Effect on Girls of Education at Pauper Schools, L.G.B. The Prince And The Pauper Summary. Thanks for exploring this SuperSummary Plot Summary of “The Prince And The Pauper” by Mark Twain. A modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, SuperSummary offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics. The 'murder book' was susposedly written by 'Marcus', titled 'On the Possibility of Limiting Populousness'; it effectively promotes the extermination of pauper children, by gas. Although this was entirely fictitious, a piece of propaganda written by anti-Poor Law campaigners, it draws from the work of Thomas Robert Malthus whose Essay on the.
The Prince and the Pauper Summary. T he Prince and the Pauper is a novel by Mark Twain in which Tom accidentally switches places with Prince Edward due to a misunderstanding. Edward is mistakenly. Reports to Poor Law Board on Education of Pauper Children by Poor Law Inspectors, , c. , this evidence will be analysed in more depth in Chapter Three. Marian Williams ‘Some aspects of the history of poor law provision in Cardiff during the nineteenth century (Cardiff: unpublished thesis, ). Report to the secretary of state for the Home department, from the Poor law commissioners, on the training of pauper children. London, Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, for H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. An report on the training of pauper children warned guardians to take care in the employment of school masters ‘lest we introduce a tyrannical despot rather than a father’. Medical staff In the first half of the nineteenth century provision of health care in workhouses was variable to say the least, and illnesses resulting from.