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A Memoir of Robert Blincoe, an Orphan Boy: Sent from the workhouse of St. Pancras, London, at seven years of age, to endure the horrors of a cotton-mill, through his infancy and youth, with a minute detail of his sufferings, being the first memoir of the kind published.

Title:A Memoir of Robert Blincoe, an Orphan Boy: Sent from the workhouse of St. Pancras, London, at seven years of age, to endure the horrors of a cotton-mill, through his infancy and youth, with a minute detail of his sufferings, being the first memoir of the kind published.
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Subject:Child labor -- England -- Derbyshire
Subject:Derbyshire (England) -- Biography
Subject:Cotton manufacture -- England -- Derbyshire
Subject:Textile workers -- England -- Derbyshire -- Biography
Subject:Blincoe, Robert, approximately 1792-
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