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" I had some conversation with the persons in the interior who appeared to have the management, and they stated in answer to my queries, that the theatre was almost always filled, and with boys ; that they had attempted to play Jack Sheppard, but in consequence... "
The Philosophy of Ragged Schools - Página 25
por Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1851 - 128 páginas
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volumen27

1842
...persons in the interior who oareti to have the management, and they stated, in answer to my questions, that the theatre was almost always filled, and with...the performance, they were obliged to give it up. I understand the authorities have no legal power of either regulating, restraining, or putting down...
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The Law Magazine: Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence, Volumen27

1842
...jumping up the gallery stairs." A curious description of a place called the Penny Hop follows: questions, that the theatre was almost always filled, and with...the performance, they were obliged to give it up. I understand the authorities have no legal power of either regulating, restraining, or putting down...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volumen11

1842
...persons in the interior who appeared to have the management ; and they stated, in answer to my questions, that the theatre was almost always filled, and with...the performance, they were obliged to give it up." There is mention made here of a youth of respectable connections, who was found among the wretched...
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The Quarterly educational magazine, and record of the Home and ..., Volumen2

Home and colonial school society - 1849
...very lowest description, many without shoes or stockings, and to the number of one hundred and fifty I had some conversation with the persons in the interior...from the audience, who seemed all to wish to take part in the performance, they were obliged to give it up." • The theatres, shows, penny-hops, &c.,...
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Juvenile Depravity ...

Henry Worsley - 1849 - 275 páginas
...me, a well-dressed youth among the number, who proved to be the son of a respectable tradesman, and was delivered over to his parents. I had some conversation...the performance, they were obliged to give it up."* It will be interesting to inquire, whether juvenile crime in the manufacturing counties exceeds that...
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The Working Classes of Great Britain: Their Present Condition, and the Means ...

Samuel Gosnell Green - 1850 - 180 páginas
...and girls of the very lowest description, many without shoes and stockings, and to the number of 150 I had some conversation with the persons in the interior...performance, they were obliged to give it up." THE RECLAMATION OF CRIMINALS. The thieves and low prostitutes of the metropolis, who have been questioned...
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