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SOCIETY FOR SUPERSEDING THE NECESSITY OF CLIMBING BOYS
[13th report of the Committee. 1828]
Society for Superseding the Necessity of Climbing Boys, by encouraging a new method of sweeping chimneys; and for improving the condition of children and others, employed by chimney sweepers. Instituted on the fourth of February, 1803.
London: printed for the Society, by Bagster and Thoms. And sold by Hatchard and Son; Seeley and Sons; Duncan; Arch; Harvey and Darton; and all other booksellers, 1828
22, [2] p. : wd-engr. illus. ; 21.1 cm. (8°)

'Price Six Pence.' Contains the twelfth report of the Committee.

Copy Notes Bound in a collection of pamphlets with copies of Practical information (q.v.) and Observations on the cruelty of employing climbing-boys (q.v.), both 1828, presented with a covering letter to Soane by P.J. Heisch dated 22 Nov. [1829?].

Binding C19th half dark green hairsheep, blind double-rule borders, marbled-paper boards, gilt double-ruled spine, gilt-lettered 'Climbing / Boys'. Numbered '94' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 3326


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