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" ... ignominy, and witness women in cottages quietly pointing out, without even the question being asked , which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a town... "
Influence of the Ministry at Large in the City of Boston - Seite 22
von Cyrus Augustus Bartol, A spectator - 1836 - 72 Seiten
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The American Monthly Magazine, Band 3

1837
...being asked, which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the Poor Laws have entailed upon the community."...
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Two Reports addressed to His Majesty's Commissioners appointed to inquire ...

Charles Hay Cameron - 1834 - 224 Seiten
...being asked, which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the poor laws have entailed upon the community....
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Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the ..., Band 1

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners - 1834 - 490 Seiten
...being asked , which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the Poor Laws have entailed upon the community."...
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Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the ...

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners - 1834 - 490 Seiten
...being asked, which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...character, he will no longer consider the pecuniary pres sure on the rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the Poor Laws have entailed upon...
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Elements of Moral Philosophy

Jasper Adams - 1837 - 492 Seiten
...system. He must hear the pauper threaten to abandon an aged and bed-ridden mother, to turn her out of his house, and to lay her at the overseer's door,...rate-payer as the first in the class of evils, which the poor-laws have entailed upon the community." * Again, another witness says, " Two laborers were reported...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Band 3;Band 9

1837
...being asked, which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the Poor Laws have entailed upon the community."...
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Remarks on the Opposition to the Poor Law Amendment Bill

Nassau William Senior - 1841 - 115 Seiten
...asked, which are their children by " their husband, and which by other men previous to " marriage; and when he finds that he can scarcely step " into...he will "no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the " rate-payer as the first in the class of evils which the " Poor Laws have entailed upon the...
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The Truth-seeker in philosophy, literature, and religion, ed. by F.R ..., Band 1

Truth-seeker and present age - 1849
...bcing asked, which are thcir children by thcir husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a town or parish in any country without mecting with some instance or other of this character, he will no longer consider the...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Band 6;Band 27

1858
...being asked, which are their children by their husbands and which by other men previous to marriage; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a town or parish without meeting some instance of the sort, he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the...
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The Contemporary Review, Band 26

1875
...being asked, which are their children by their husband, and which by other men previous to marriage ; and when he finds that he can scarcely step into a...he will no longer consider the pecuniary pressure on the ratepayers as the first in the class of evils which the Poor Laws have entailed on the community."...
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