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Jonas Hanway

Letters on the importance of the rising generation of the laboring part of our fellow-subjects; being an account of the miserable state of the infant parish poor; the great usefulness of the hospital for exposed and deserted young children properly restricted; the obligations of parochial officers; and an historical detail of the whole mortality of London and Westminster, from 1592 to this time. With political, moral, and religious observations on the education and instruction of the poor, marriage, and population. Reflexions on the causes of the high price of provisions; the danger of the national debt, expensive living, and want of zeal for our common welfare. In two volumes. Vol. I. By Jonas Hanway, Esq;

London: Printed for A. Millar and T. Cadell, opposite Catherine-Street in the Strand; and C. Marsh and G. Woodfall, at Charing-Cross , 1767.
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Letters on the importance of the rising generation of the laboring part of our fellow-subjects; being an account of the miserable state of the infant parish poor; the great usefulness of the hospital for exposed and deserted young children properly restricted; the obligations of parochial officers; and an historical detail of the whole mortality of London and Westminster, from 1592 to this time. With political, moral, and religious observations on the education and instruction of the poor, marriage, and population. Reflexions on the causes of the high price of provisions; the danger of the national debt, expensive living, and want of zeal for our common welfare. In two volumes. Vol. I. By Jonas Hanway, Esq; Library Average
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Samuel Platt BroomeVolume 14/30/17905/3/1790Hanways Letters
Matthew ClarksonVolume 12/8/17922/21/1791Hanways Letters
William PostVolume 110/26/180111/4/1801Hanways Letters
William PostVolume 110/26/180111/4/1801Hanways Letters
William PostVolume 211/6/180111/23/1801Hanway Letters
William PostVolume 211/6/180111/23/1801Hanways Letters
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