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Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the ..., Volume 1
Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners
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acres actually relieved administration adopted allowance amount appears applied arable land assessment assistant overseer bastard burthen character child Cholesbury churchwardens consequence considered Cookham cottages districts ditto earnings effect employ employers employment evidence evil expense Extracts farm farmers frequently give given habits Henfield hiring idle impotent impotent poor increase independent labourers industry inquiry instances justice labour-rate labouring classes land less live magistrates Majendie marriages married master means ment mode neighbouring obtain occupiers out-door relief paid parish officers parishioners parochial paupers payment persons Poor Laws poor-rate poor's-rates population portion practice present Princes Risborough principal proportion Pulborough punishment racter rate-payers refused rent Report respect Roundsman System says scale select vestry settlement subsistence summons surplus labourers Sussex Swallowfield tion tithes town wages week weekly whole wife woman workhouse
Pagina 243 - And the children of Israel did so and gathered, some more, some less. And when they did mete it with an omer, he that gathered much had nothing over, and he that gathered little had no lack; they gathered every man according to his eating.
Pagina 303 - Amidst these, the mothers of bastard children and prostitutes live without shame, and associate freely with the youth, who have also the examples and conversation of the frequent inmates of the county gaol, the poacher, the vagrant, the decayed beggar, and other characters of the worst description. To these may often be added a solitary blind person, one or two idiots, and not unfrequently are heard from among the rest the incessant ravings of some neglected lunatic. In such receptacles the / sick...
Pagina 10 - Vagabond above the age of fourteen years shall be adjudged to be grievously whipped and burned through the Gristle of the right Ear with a hot Iron of the Compass of an Inch, unless some credible Person will take him into Service for a Year.
Pagina 281 - We find, on the one hand, that there is scarcely one statute connected with the administration of public relief which has produced the effect designed by the legislature, and that the majority of them have created new evils, and aggravated those which they were intended to prevent."* I refer rather to confessions made by statesmen, and by State-departments.
Pagina 106 - Parishes, to be nominated yearly in Easter Week, or within one Month after Easter, under the Hand and Seal of two or more Justices...
Pagina 119 - It is expressly stated that the enactment therein contained was made "to the end that the money raised only for the relief of such as are as well impotent as poor may not be misapplied and consumed by the idle, sturdy, and disorderly beggars.
Pagina 107 - Peace or more as is aforesaid, shall meet together at the least once every Month in the Church of the said Parish, upon the Sunday in the Afternoon after Divine Service, there to consider of some good Course to be taken, and of some meet Order to be set down in the Premises...
Pagina 271 - Into such a house none will enter voluntarily; work, confinement, and discipline will deter the indolent and vicious: and nothing but extreme necessity will induce any to accept the comfort which must be obtained by the surrender of their free agency, and the sacrifice of their accustomed habits and gratifications.
Pagina 79 - I was compelled to part with him at Michaelmas — he has not yet got work, and he has no chance of getting any until he has become a pauper ; for, until then, the paupers will be preferred to him. He cannot get work in his own parish, and he will not be allowed to get any in other parishes. Another instance of the same kind occurred amongst my workmen. Thomas Hardy, the brother-in-law of the same man, was an excellent workman, discharged under similar circumstances; he has a very industrious wife.