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  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    ROBERT OWEN [The successful trader in Stamford , London , and Manchester , and successful manufacturer and merchant in New Lanark and Glasgow ;-the friend of Arkwright, the Strutts, and others in Derby and Belper , and of Oldknow and Subscribers-only content

    The elements of socialism., 1840

    upon, and gives a description of, the philosophic system of community. Some years after this, Robert Owen , of New Lanark , tried some experiments on the formation of character on the population placed under his care, with the greatest Subscribers-only content

    New view of society, 1840

    lo * The beneficial effects of this practice have been experienced for many years among a population of between two and three thousand at New Lanark in Scot¬ land at Munich , m Bavaria and the Pauper Colonies at Fredencks-ord. Subscribers-only content

    New view of society, 1840

    society . In the next Essay an account will be given of the plans which are in progress at New Lanark , for the further comfort and im¬ provement of its inhabitants; and a geneial practical system be escribed, by Subscribers-only content

    New view of society, 1840

    detail of their application to practice, under the peculiar local circumstances in which I undertook the direction of the New Lanark Mills and Establishment. By those details you will find that from the commencement of my management I viewed the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1823

    come under the provisions of that statute. The committee are particularly sorry to learn, that in the school of New Lanark maintained by Mr Owen, the reading of the Scriptures was prohibited by that gentleman, and also the use of

    Acts, 1828

    House, the schools there are now regularly visited and reported from year to year; and even the schools at New Lanark are not only open for exa mination, but the Scriptures are daily read in them, through the Christian prudence

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 18 March 1831, 18 March 1831-18 March 1831

    Majesty's Tower of London , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Lanark & New Lanark: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Lanark and New Lanark , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Haddington: Also, Upon reading the Petition of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 11 May 1832, 11 May 1832-11 May 1832

    said Petition do lie on the Table. Lanark, & c: Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Lanark, New Lanark , and Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; taking notice of the last-mentioned Bill, and praying their Lordships "with

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 30 September 1831, 30 September 1831-30 September 1831

    whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Lanark, & c: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Lanark and New Lanark , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Lancaster: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Borough and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ef a il dvdd` iinan. Ceisiodd, gvda niesur helaeth a hvyddiant, i osod bywyd ei weithwyr ei hunan yn New Lanark, yn Ysgatlannd, ar level' uwob na'r cyffredin yn yr oes hono. Ond pan y rhoddodd i lawr moweil geiriau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of l the Bouil6ns, before air eyes and close under our nOSe. -mr Oweu may thlqx tlhe exaae of New Lanark ion5 one to 'in" her-<r t i as dedicated hi3 ; II ; t i t 1 - .' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ill'3 one wa.4 'igned hr 400, asnd other by,400 persoo. . Mfr.' J;..8. ~preeenred a'renitiwoi 'from. 64Wcotthn-rnanujfaC. rerers in New Lanark, praying for regulations in the hotsr of la otfr..Y This petition;l he er edContrjniidc, some partinl-ar poinft, which; though Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Some persons thought that the esprit d9 corps was a littlb too social, But it may be said that New Lanark, by IMr. Owan's own confessioni is not altogether what lie should wils it to be. He had nat the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Chairmen, and lad further insIpeeed Mr. Owen's mnudeii tlan tine cn'eoicrreLt testimony of ail' 1hose who liad visited New Lanark convinced them of the efficacy-of the plain adopted there fotr thie pronnotionof the comfert and mc- rality of tie Subscribers-only content

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