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Modes and manners of the nineteenth century

Oskar Fischel

Modes and manners of the nineteenth century

as represented in the pictures and engravingsof the time

by Oskar Fischel

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Published by Dent in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the German of Dr Oskar Fischel and Max Von Boehn.
ContributionsBoehn, Max Von.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22472866M

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These books provide insights into both book publishing as well as science of the period. In London, booksellers' society was established in Michelson, Bruce The first universities appeared around the University of Bologna inthe University of Paris inand the University of Oxford in This agreement was broken almost immediately. A catalogue was produced to describe the items for sale.

Small local schools where poor children learned to read and write were established by philanthropists, while the sons and daughters of the noble and bourgeois elites were given distinct educations at the grammar school and university. Cambridge University Press. Available Editions. Locke himself emphasised the importance of providing children with "easy pleasant books" to develop their minds rather than using force to compel them: "children may be cozened into a knowledge of the letters; be taught to read, without perceiving it to be anything but a sport, and play themselves into that which others are whipped for. In Christ in the Camp, a chapter titled Bible and Colportage Work described how traveling peddlers supplied religious literature during the Civil War.


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