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" by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmenknow well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea of the amount of education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterward when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of... "
NORTH AMERICA - Página 220
de ANTHONY TROLLOPE, - 1863
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The North American Review, Volume 95

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1862
...girl, if not degraded at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the Charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when 'the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 15

1862
...girl, if not degraded at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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The North American Review, Volume 95

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1862
...girl, if not degraded at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the Charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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North America

Anthony Trollope - 1862 - 623 páginas
...girl, if not degraded at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the Charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 15-16

Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, John George Hodgins, Adam Crooks - 1862
...; if not degraded, at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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The R.I. Schoolmaster, Volume 8

1862
...; if not degraded, at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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North America, Volume 3

Anthony Trollope - 1862 - 623 páginas
...badges and dress of the Charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairlycorrect idea of the amount of education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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The Connecticut Common School Journal and Annals of Education, Volumes 17-18

Henry Barnard - 1862
...girl; if not degraded, at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea of the arhount of education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become...
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Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 7

1863
...girl; if not degraded, at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...education which is imparted to them. We see the result afterwards when the same girls become our servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female...
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AMERICA AND HER COMMENTATORS

HENRY T. TUCKERMAN - 1864
...girl, if not degraded, at least stigmatized by the badges and dress of the charity. We Englishmen know well the type of each, and have a fairly correct idea...servants, and the wives of our grooms and porters. The female pupil at a free school in New York is neither a pauper nor a charity girl. She is dressed...
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