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" Sir, said the woman to whom I was speaking, could you take a view of this part of the town on a Sunday, you would be shocked indeed, for then the street is filled with multitudes of these wretches, who, released on that day from employment, spend their... "
The Sunday School Teacher's Guide - Seite 5
von John Angell James - 1817 - 227 Seiten
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An excursion from Sidmouth to Chester, in the summer of 1803, Band 1

Edmund Butcher - 1805 - 462 Seiten
...principally employed in the pin-manufactory, reside, I was struck with concern at seeing a group ot children, wretchedly ragged, at play in the street....and lamented their misery and idleness. — ' Ah! «ir/ said the 420 woman to whom I wa£ speaking, ' could you tak« a view of this part of the town...
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Band 7

1811
...th: city, where the lowest of the people who are principally employed in the pin-manufactory chiefly reside, I was struck with concern at seeing a group...inhabitant whether those children belonged to that part of ihe town, and lamented their misery and idleness. Ah! Sir, said the woman to whom 1 was speaking, could...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Band 9

1813
...(who are principally employed in the pin manufactory) chiefly reside, I was struck with concern on seeing a group of children, wretchedly ragged, at play in the street. An enquiry of a neighbour produced an account of the miserable state and deplorable profligacy of these...
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The School of the Sabbath, and Other Poems

William M'Comb - 1825
...of the cily, where the lowest of the people (who are principally employed in the pin-manufactory,) reside, I was struck with concern at seeing a group...asked an inhabitant whether those children belonged tothatpar^ of the town, and lamented their idleness and misery. ' Ah ! Sir,' said the woman to whom...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Band 7

1827
...where the lowest of the people (who are here generally employed in the pin manufactory) principally reside, I was struck with concern at seeing a group...that part of the town, and lamented their misery and distress. ' Qh ! Sir,' said the woman to whom. I was speaking, ' could you take a view of the town...
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Historical Religious Events

John Warner Barber - 1828 - 148 Seiten
...morning in the suburbs of the city, (Gloucester,) where the lowest of the people chiefly reside, 1 was struck with concern at seeing a group of children,...inhabitant whether those children belonged to that part ol the town, and lamented their misery and idleness. All ! Sir, said the woman to whom J was speaking,...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Band 10

1828
...city, where the lowest of the people (who are principally employed in the pin-manufac. tory) chiefly reside, I was struck with concern at seeing a group...in the street. I asked an inhabitant whether those chil. dren belonged to that part of the town, and lamented their misery and idleness. Ah ! Sir, said...
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Historical Religious Events

John Warner Barber - 1828 - 148 Seiten
...morning in the suburbs of the city, (Gloucester,) where the lowest of the people chiefly reside, 1 was struck with concern at seeing a group of children, wretchedly ragged, at play in the. street. [ asked an inhabitant whether those children belonged to that part of ness. All ! Sir, said the woman...
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The Religious Monitor, and Evangelical Repository, Band 6

1830
...whom the mighty plan of co-operation occurs. Robert Kaike, a printer, in Gloucester, England, " on seeing a group of children wretchedly ragged, at play in the street, was struck with concern. He asked an inhabitant whether those children belonged to that part of the...
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The Protestant Episcopal Pulpit, Bände 2-4

1832
...beholding a group of children, wretchedly ragged, at play in the street. He asked an inhabitant whether the children belonged to that part of the town, and lamented...and idleness. " Ah ! Sir," said the woman to whom he was speaking, " could you take a view of this part of the town on Sunday, you would be shocked,...
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