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Children"s Employment Commission Report

James Mitchell

Children"s Employment Commission Report

from Parliamentary Papers 1842.

by James Mitchell

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Published by Dudley Teacher"s Centre in Dudley .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination88p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17160324M

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Is viewer of Walbottle Colliery. Has been here for the most part of his life; is now 28 years old. Is folly convinced that the giving of credit by the colliery shopkeepers is one of the most baneful things in the system. They shift about to different collieries to avoid payment of their debts this is .   Command papers. The number is printed at the foot of the t.p. of the First report; the numbers 2. and 3. are printed at the foot of the Second and Third reports respectively Bound retaining the original paper covers of the three reports Bookbinder's stamp on front pastedown: .


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