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Malcolmson, R.W.
Life and Labour in England, 1700-1780:
(Hutchinson, 1981). Paperback. Covers browned. A little damp staining to rear pages, otherwise good. 208pp. Order No. NSBK-A8959
Keywords: 0091443814, land, labour, labor, England, English, Britain, British, history, work, workers, labourers, laborers, eighteenth century, 18th, craftsmen, cottagers, servants, casual labourers, housewives, husbandmen, social history, living, culture, plebeian, authority, relationships, villages, villagers, rural, country, countryside, agriculture, agricultural, farmers, farming, education, charity, crime, religion, politics
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Chinn, Carl.
They Worked All Their Lives: Women of the Urban Poor in England, 1880-1939
(MUP, 1988). Scarce. Paperback. Minor marginal annotation, otherwise good+. xii + 187pp. Order No. NSBK-C2286
Keywords: 0719024374, urban poor, poverty, Carl Chinn, working class, women's history, social history, British, English, England, Britain, Birmingham, Midlands, charity, mothers, motherhood, Reports, women's work, trade unions, Victorian, nineteenth century, 19th century, twentieth century, self-help, community, communities, debt, Clementina Black, working women
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Whelan, Robert, ed. (Octavia Hill).
Octavia Hill's Letters to Fellow-Workers, 1872 - 1911: Together with an Account of the Walmer Street Industrial Experiment
(Kyrle Books, 2005). Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper. lxiv + 784pp. Order No. NSBK-A8671
Keywords: 0954891406, letters, correspondence, Octavia Hill, Octavia Hill's letters, fellow workers, fellow-workers, letters to fellow-workers, autobiography, autobiographical, social history, housing, houses, philanthropic, philanthropy, Victorian, Edwardian, twentieth century, 20th century, nineteenth century, 19th century, women, women's history, Walmer Street Industrial Experiment, tenants, Charity Organisation Society, poor, poverty, social welfare, open spaces, National Trust, reformers, reform, slums, slum, London, Lambeth, Walworth, charity, charities, charity work, Ecclesiastical Commissioners, Kyrle Society, homes, dwellings, Britain, British, England, English
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Hobhouse, Emily.
The Brunt of War and Where it Fell:
(Portrayer Publishers, 2007 facsimile of the 1902 edition). A facsimile edition of a very scarce book. Complete with a map and all illustrations. Hardback. Fine - in perfect condition - in blue cloth. xvi + 357pp. Order No. NSBK-C13227
Keywords: 0954476131, women's history, woman, women, women's studies, female, females, feminine, gender, autobiography, autobiographies, autobiographical, life history, life histories, lives, life, memoirs, self history, self histories, women writers, women's writing, woman writer, females, feminine, writers, authors, authoresses, Boer War, Boers, South Africa, Africa, African, wars, South African War, warfare, twentieth century, 20th, century, Emily Hobhouse, camps, war camp, war camps, concentration camps, camp, POW, prisoners of war, enemy, enemies, soldiers, soldier, Cape, Cape Colony, children, child, Chamberlain, homes, housing, deprivation, starvation, Britain, British, England, English, troop, troops, battle, battles, battallions, propaganda, battallion, living conditions, Southern Africa, Southern African, Afrikaan, Afrikaans, Veld, scorched earth policy, charity, philanthropy, Portrayer Publishers
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Woodward, John.
To Do The Sick No Harm: A Study of the British Voluntary Hospital System to 1875
(RKP, 1974). Hardback. Spine ends slightly bumped, otherwise a good bright copy in dustwrapper. xii + 221pp. Order No. NSBK-A11467
Keywords: 0710079702, British Voluntary Hospital System, Voluntary Hospital System, voluntary, hospital, charity, sick, illness, nurse, nursing, volunteer, voluntary, nineteenth century, medicine, Britain, British, England, English, history
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Carpenter, J. Estlin.
The Life and Work of Mary Carpenter:
(Macmillan, 2nd edition, 1881). Hardback. Original cloth with spine ends and corners worn. Spine sunned, otherwise a very good, solid copy. xiv + 391pp. Order No. NSBK-A13865
Keywords: B000WSPERO, Mary Carpenter, 19th century, nineteenth century, history, biography, biographies, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, ragged schools, education, Bristol, social reform, reformatories for girls, poverty, teaching, teachers, reformatory schools, children, charity, philanthropy, childhood, Indian, India, female education, women's education
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Chawla, Navin.
Mother Teresa: The Authorized Biography
(Penguin, rpt., 1993). Paperback. Light creasing to spine, otherwise good. xxiv + 231pp. Order No. NSBK-C7332
Keywords: Mother Teresa, Navin Chawla, Sisters of Charity, biography, biographical, biographies, lives, life history, nuns, religion, Christianity, Christians, Bengali, Delhi, India, Indian, women
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Donald, Joyce.
The Letters of Thomas Hayton: Vicar of Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire. 1821 - 1887
(Buckinghamshire Record Society, No 20, 1979). Buckinghamshire Record Society. No 20. 1979. Hardback. A little soiling to cloth, otherwise very good. xx + 185pp. Order No. NSBK-A13330
Keywords: 0901198161, vicars, religion, religious, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire, Buckinghamshire Record Society, 19th century, nineteenth century, Victorian, history, letters, Thomas Hayton, church, village life, agrarian, charity commissioners, poor law, social history, correspondence, curate, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK
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Moore, Trevor.
The Blackburn Samaritan: the Story of James Dixon and the Blackburn Orphanage
(Landy Publishing, 1990). Paperback. Very good. 80pp. Order No. NSBK-A2318
Keywords: 1872895034, Britain, British, England, English, history, Samaritan, Samaritans, Blackburn, Lancashire, James Dixon, orphan, orphans, orphanage, child, children, childhood, children's home, charity, philanthropy
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Griffithes, T.P., editor.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children: the Statutes Used in Work of the Society
(NSPCC, 1901). Hardback. Some splitting internally at spine to reveal binding. Red boards soiled / darkened, and a little shakey at hinges. Some fraying a corners. Internally a good copy. iv + 219 + xivpp. Order No. NSBK-A13124
Keywords: elementary education, bastardy, custody, guardianship, child labour, child employments, infants, child, children, child abuse, history, poor law, vagrancy, reformatory schools, industrial schools, sanitation, poor, poverty, pauperism, cruelty to children, drunkenness, crime, criminals, NSPCC, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, charity, children's charities, England, English, Britain, British, Victorian, 19th century, nineteenth century, legislation, laws, legal, baby, babies
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