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"The Society for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes embraces objects of vast importance to their moral and social position. It erects model buildings, renovates old and ill-arranged houses in the worst localities, and cleanses and ventilates whole courts and alleys; arranges and executes plans as models for the improvement of the dwellings of the labouring classes in the.

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HC Deb 17 May vol cc § Bill considered in Committee. § (In the Committee.) § Clause 3 (Occupation Franchise for Voters in Boroughs). § Amendment proposed, At end of Clause, to add the words "Provided, That no tenement shall be considered a dwelling house for the purposes of this Act which contains less than two rooms."—(Mr.

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Spedizione con corriere a solo 1 euro. Acquistalo su perloffphoto.com. Pubblicato da perloffphoto.com, The long-awaited English-language publication of Karel Teige's influential book on the minimum dwelling as a new housing type for the working class.

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His Minimum Dwelling, originally published. Feb 08,  · Legislation.—Twenty-eight Housing and Health Acts, passed between andare enumerated by Mr Dewsnup, whose monograph on The Housing Problem in England is the fullest account of the subject published.

The first was the Shaftesbury Act of for the establishment of lodging-houses for the working classes; the last was the Housing of the Working Classes Act of Puerto Rico: Political developments: the highly respected labour leader Santiago Iglesias, remained focused on the plight of Puerto Rico’s labouring classes, but its program had little support, because popular attention was largely concentrated on the political status of the island.

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