Parliamentary Papers, Volume 20

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1846 - Great Britain

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Page 45 - ... employed in preparing, manufacturing or finishing, or in any process incident to the manufacture of cotton, wool, hair, silk, flax, hemp, jute, tow, china-grass, cocoa-nut fibre or other like material, either separately or mixed together, or mixed with any other material, or any fabric made thereof...
Page 9 - mill-gearing" comprehends every shaft, whether upright, oblique, or horizontal, and every wheel, drum, or pulley by which the motion of the first moving power is communicated to any machine appertaining to a manufacturing
Page 9 - Every hoist or teagle near to which any person is liable to pass, or to be employed, and every flywheel directly connected with the steam or water, or other mechanical power, whether in the engine-house or not, and every part of a steam-engine and water-wheel, shall be securely fenced ; and
Page 22 - ... in the year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland...
Page 27 - The sum of 300,000?, (being the sum hereinafter mentioned) shall be paid by the Canadian Government into the Bank of England to the credit of the Company within six calendar months after acceptance of the surrender aforesaid, with interest on the said sum at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum, computed from the date of such acceptance until the time of such payment. 2. The size of the blocks which the Company are to select adjoining each of their forts in the Red River limits, shall be as follows...
Page 18 - ... print- work' shall be taken to mean any building or shed, and any part thereof, within which any persons are employed to print figures, patterns, or designs...
Page 11 - The experience of another year, strengthened by the highly gratifying accounts which we have received, as regards the conduct of the prisoners who have been sent abroad, both during the voyage, and subsequent to their arrival in Australia — has more strongly than ever impressed us with the value of this corrective and reformatory system of prison discipline ; and that the Separate System, as enforced at Pentonville Prison, is safe and efficient, and capable of general application.
Page 9 - ... and the whole or any part of such penalty may be applied for the benefit of the injured person, or otherwise as the Secretary of State...
Page 31 - ... older, with stealing some iron piping from the street. The little fellow — it was the first time he had ever been in such a place — cried bitterly all the afternoon of the Saturday : but by the Monday morning the exhortations of his companions, and their sneers at his softness, had reconciled him to his situation; and the eldest of the three was teaching him to pick pockets, practising his skill on almost all the other prisoners. His mother came to see him in the forenoon, and the boy was...
Page 81 - ... months and under 1 year 1 year and under 2 years 2 years and under 5 years 5 years and under 10 years. . . . 10 years and...

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