Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 19 on The population employed in the cotton factories rises at five o'clock in the morning,....  
" The population employed in the cotton factories rises at five o'clock in the morning, works in the mills from six till eight o'clock, and returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea or coffee, with... "
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 83
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
Full view - About this book

England and the English

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - England - 1836 - 331 pages
...He lives in squalid wretchedness, on meagre food, and expends his superfluous gains in debauchery. " The population employed in the cotton factories rises...with a little bread. Oatmeal porridge is sometimes, bat of late rarely used, and chiefly by the men ; but the stimulus of tea is preferred, and especially...
Full view - About this book

The Quarterly Review, Volume 57

George Walter Prothero - 1836
...condition ! now for the cause. ' The population employed in the cotton-factories,' continues the Doctor, ' rises at five o'clock in the morning; works in the...little bread. Oatmeal porridge is sometimes, but of lute, rarely used, and chiefly by the men ; but the stimulus of tea is preferred, and especially by...
Full view - About this book

The philosophy of necessity; or The law of consequences, as ..., Volume 2

Charles Bray - Philosophy - 1841
...description is given of those employed in the cotton factories, by Dr. Kay:— " THE FACTORY SYSTEM.—The population employed in the cotton factories rises...the morning, works in the mills from six till eight, and returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea...
Full view - About this book

The philosophy of necessity: or, the law of consequences; as applicable to ...

Charles Bray, Mary Hennell - Free will and determinism - 1841
...description is given of those employed in the cotton factories, by Dr. Kay:— " THE FACTORY SYSTEM.—The population employed in the cotton factories rises...the morning, works in the mills from six till eight, aid returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea...
Full view - About this book

Four Periods of Public Education as Reviewed in 1832-1839--1846-1962 in Papers

Sir James Kay-Shuttleworth - Education - 1862 - 644 pages
...He lives in squalid wretchedness, on meagre food, and expends his superfluous gains in debauchery. The population employed in the cotton factories rises...stimulus of tea is preferred, and especially by the won^en. The tea is almost always of a bad, and sometimes of a deleterious quality ; the infusion is...
Full view - About this book

The Facts of the Cotton Famine

John Watts - Cotton famine, 1861-1864 - 1866 - 472 pages
...five o'clock in tEe mornmg, w&rks in the mills from six till eight, and returns home for half-an-hour or forty minutes to breakfast This meal generally...by the men; but the stimulus of tea is preferred, especially by the women. The tea is almost always of a bad and sometimes of a deleterious quality,...
Full view - About this book

The facts of the cotton famine

John Watts - Social Science - 1866 - 472 pages
...habits, and more observant of their duties than those engaged in other branches of the manufacture. " The population employed in the cotton factories rises...the morning, works in the mills from six till eight, and returns home for half-an-hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea...
Full view - About this book

Progress of the working class, 1832-1837, by J.M. Ludlow and L. Jones

John Malcolm F. Ludlow, Lloyd Jones - 1867 - 304 pages
...in 1832, Sir JP Kay Shuttleworth — the value of whose testimony few will question — observes, " The population employed in the cotton factories rises...the morning, works in the mills from six till eight, and returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea...
Full view - About this book

Progress of the Working Class, 1832-1867

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow, Lloyd Jones - Labor - 1867 - 304 pages
...in 1832, Sir JP Kay Shuttleworth — the value of whose testimony few will question — observes, " The population employed in the cotton factories rises...the morning, works in the mills from six till eight, and returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. This meal generally consists of tea...
Full view - About this book

labor in europe and america

edward young - 1875
...employed in the cotton factories rises at 5 o'clock in the morning works in the mills from 6 till 8, and returns home for half an hour or forty minutes to breakfast. Tnis meal generally consists of tea or coffee, with a little bread. The tea is almost always of a bad,...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF