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" It is worthy of particular remark, that, in general, women and children are rendered more useful, and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments, than they would otherwise be. "
The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ... - Page 264
1817
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Factory Legislation of Rhode Island

John Ker Towles - 1908 - 142 pages
...establishments than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in cotton manufactories in Great Britain, it is computed that four-sevenths,...nearly, are women and children; of whom the greatest portion are children, and many of them of a tender age."5 Slater says in a letter of 1827: "The wool...
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Selections from the Economic History of the United States, 1765-1860: With ...

Guy Stevens Callender - 1909 - 852 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories of Great Britain, it is computed that four sevenths nearly are women and children, — of whom the greatest proportion are children, and...
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American Economic Association Quarterly

1908 - 996 pages
...establishments than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in cotton manufactories in Great Britain, it is computed that four-sevenths,...nearly, are women and children; of whom the greatest portion are children, and many of them of a tender age."5 Slater says in a letter of 1827: "The wool...
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The Disintegration of Monopoly: And Other Articles

Samuel Russell - 1913 - 68 pages
...of persons employed in the cotton manufacturies of Great Britain, it is computed that four sevenths nearly are women and children of whom the greatest proportion are children and many of them of very tender age." It may also be remarked that "free raw materials" is usually an accompaniment of...
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Compulsory School Attendance and Child Labor: A Study of the Historical ...

Forest Chester Ensign - 1921 - 286 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments, than they otherwise would be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories...proportion are children, and many of them of a tender age."5 There is evidence that before this time the desirability of establishing factories had received...
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Selected Readings in International Trade and Tariff Problems

Frank William Taussig - 1921 - 586 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories of Great Britain, it is computed that four sevenths nearly are women and children, — of whom the greatest proportion are children, and...
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Industry and Human Welfare

William Ludlow Chenery - 1922 - 204 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories...four-sevenths nearly are women and children; of whom the greater proportion are children and many of them of a tender age."* This line of argument was touched...
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Main Currents in American Thought: An Interpretation of American ..., Volume 1

Vernon Louis Parrington - 1927 - 450 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments, than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories...are children, and many of them of a tender age.» • If the material power and splendor of the state be the great end of statesmanship — as Hamilton...
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Main Currents in American Thought: An Interpretation of American ..., Volume 1

Vernon Louis Parrington - 1927 - 448 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments, than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories...proportion are children, and many of them of a tender age.1 If the material power and splendor of the state be the great end of statesmanship — as Hamilton...
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American Statesmen: An Interpretation of Our History and Heritage

Edward Howard Griggs - 1927 - 392 pages
...and the latter more early useful, by manufacturing establishments, than they would otherwise be. Of the number of persons employed in the cotton manufactories of Great Britain, it is computed that four sevenths, nearly, are women and children, of whom the greatest proportion are children, and many...
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