2 edition of training of pauper children found in the catalog.
training of pauper children
Kay-Shuttleworth, James Phillips (Sir)
|Series||Nineteenth century pamphlets, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||LC4096 G7 K3 1839A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
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The Training Of Pauper Children: A Report Published By The Poor Law Commissioners In Their Fourth Annual Report () Paperback – Septem by James Phillips Kay (Author)Author: James Phillips Kay.
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The Training Of Pauper Children A Report Published By The Poor Law Commissioners In Their Fourth Annual Report By James Phillips Kay London W Clowes Author by: James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth (Sir, bart). The Training of Pauper Children by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Abstract. T o provide an appropriate if rudimentary education for pauper children was a major concern of the Poor Law throughout the nineteenth century.
Pauperism was held to be an hereditary disease, endemic among a substantial section of the labouring class. A sound basic education, preparing them for their future station in life, was the most effective way of breaking .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.