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adult labour agricultural amongst amount appears attended average become body causes character child circumstances cloth comfort condition consequence cottage cotton cultivation disease domestic discipline domestic manufacturers early earnings effects employed employment engaged evidence evil existence export extent fact factory labour factory system facturing female flax habits hand-loom weavers houses human labour improvement increase industry infant influence injurious interests Lancashire less loom machinery machines Manchester manufac manufacturing districts manufacturing population manufacturing towns masters mechanical ment mill artisans moral nature occupation Octavo operatives ossification parents period persons Philosophy of Manufactures physical poor Poor Law portion present produce profit quantity racter remarks render respect result scrofula social society spinners spinning steam steam engine Stockport sufficient Sunday schools thing thirteen factories tion trade truck system Vide wages waste lands weaving week weft whilst whole workmen yarn
Sivu 401 - Law," in which a comparison is occasionally made between the Roman Laws and those of England, by Samuel Hallifax, late Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, and formerly the King's Professor of Civil Law in this University.
Sivu 373 - The father of a family would earn from eight shillings to half-a-guinea at his loom ; and his sons, if he had one, two or three alongside of him, six or eight shillings each per week ; but the great sheet-anchor of all cottages and small farms, was the labour attached to the hand-wheel...
Sivu 246 - To condemn man to such severity of toil is, in some measure, to cultivate in him the habits of an animal. He becomes reckless. He disregards the distinguishing appetites and habits of his species. He neglects the comforts and delicacies of life. He lives in squalid wretchedness, on meagre food, and expends his superfluous gains in debauchery.
Sivu 184 - ... in the mass, it would be impossible to congregate in a smaller compass. Their complexion is sallow and pallid — with a peculiar flatness of feature, caused by the want of a proper quantity of adipose substance to cushion out the cheeks.
Sivu 318 - In those spacious halls the benignant power of steam summons around him his myriads of willing menials, and assigns to each the regulated task, substituting for painful muscular effort on their part the energies of his own gigantic arm, and demanding in return only attention and dexterity to correct such little aberrations as casually occur in his workmanship.
Sivu 319 - And wields his trident, — while the Monarch spins. — First with nice eye emerging Naiads cull From leathery pods the vegetable wool...
Sivu 335 - From the year 1770 to 1788 1 a complete change had gradually been effected in the spinning of yarns. That of wool had disappeared altogether, and that of linen was also nearly gone ; cotton, cotton, cotton, was become the almost universal material for employment. The hand-wheels, with the exception of one establishment, were all thrown into lumber-rooms, the yarn was all spun on common jennies...
Sivu 404 - THE PRINCIPLES and PRACTICE of ARITHMETIC, comprising the NATURE and USE of LOGARITHMS, with the Computations employed by Artificers, Gaugers, and Land-Surveyors. By JOHN HIND, MA, late Fellow and Tutor of Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge.