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" The custom was for the master to clothe his apprentices and to feed and lodge them in an 'apprentice house' near the factory; overseers were appointed to see to the works, whose interest it was to work the children to the utmost, because their pay was... "
British Farmer's Magazine - Página 55
1844
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1836
...apprentices, and to feed and lodge them in an " apprentice house " near the factory. Overseers were appointed, whose interest it was to work the children to the...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work they could exact. There is abundant evidence on record, and preserved in the recollection lection of...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen57

1836
...and to feed ;mil lodge them in an " apprentice house " near the factory. Overseers «re appointed, whose interest it was to work the children to the...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work they could wact. There is abundant evidence on record, and preserved in the recollection lection of...
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The Laboring Classes of England: Especially Those Engaged in Agriculture and ...

William Dodd - 1847 - 168 páginas
...was for the master to clothe his apprentices, and to feed, and lodge them in an " apprentice-house " near the factory; overseers were appointed to see...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work done. "Cruelty was, of course, the consequence; and there is abundant evidence on record, and preserved...
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The Laboring Classes of England: Especially Those Concerned in Agriculture ...

William Dodd - 1848 - 168 páginas
...was for the master to clothe his apprentices, and to feed and lodge them in an " apprentice-house " near the factory; overseers were appointed to see...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work done. "Cruelty was, of course, the consequence ; and there i» abundant evidence on record, and preserved...
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The Modern Factory System: By R. Whately Cooke Taylor

Richard Whately Cooke-Taylor - 1891 - 476 páginas
...and will now turn elsewhere. " The custom," writes Mr. Fielden,1 " was for the master to clothe his apprentices and to / feed and lodge them in an apprentice...of course, the consequence ; and there is abundant l " Curse of the Factory System," p. 10. evidence on record, and preserved in the recollections of...
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The Factory System and the Factory Acts

Richard Whately Cooke-Taylor - 1894 - 184 páginas
...10), " was for the master to clothe his apprentices and to feed 1 The Modern Factory System ; p. 87. and lodge them in an apprentice house near the factory...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work they could extract. Cruelty was, of course, the consequence ; and there is abur^t dance of evidence...
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The Factory System and the Factory Acts

Richard Whately Cooke-Taylor - 1894 - 184 páginas
...Modern Factory System ; p. 87. 2 History of the Factory Movement, by " Alfred " ; vol. i. ; chap 2. and lodge them in an apprentice house near the factory...their pay was in proportion to the quantity of work they could extract. Cruelty was, of course, the consequence ; and there is abunt dance of evidence...
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Economic and Industrial Progress of the Century: By Henry de Beltgens Gibbins

Henry de Beltgens Gibbins - 1903 - 524 páginas
...author of a book entitled The Curse of the Factory System: " The custom was for the master to clothe his apprentices and to feed and lodge them in an apprentice...the factory. Overseers were appointed to see to the work, whose interest it was to work the children to the utmost, because their pay was in proportion...
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Applied Ideals in Work with Boys

1910 - 256 páginas
...overlooker and children, followed by frequent and cruel chastisements. The interest of the overseers was "to work the children to the utmost, because their...could exact. Cruelty was, of course, the consequence." For example, Hutton, afterward the historian of Derby, was set to work in a silk mill when he \\ ;.s...
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Capital: A Critique of Political Economy

Karl Marx - 1906 - 869 páginas
...being from the age of 7 to the age of 13 or 14 years old. The custom was for the master to clothe his apprentices and to feed and lodge them in an "apprentice...proportion to the quantity of work that they could exact. Cruelly was, of course, the consequence. . . In many of the manufacturing districts, but particularly,...
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