Can Juvenile Vagrancy Be Prevented? Or A Day’s Experience Among The Ragged Of Liverpool.
Deighton and Laughton.
By william watson, sheriff substitute of aberdeenshire.
8vo. 8 x 5 inches. 32 pp. Disbound pamphlet. Title and last page of text grimed and a little staining and foxing elsewhere. Library stamp of Liverpool Sunday School Institute at head of title. The main part of the text by William Watson of Aberdeenshire (1796-1887) is concerned with the juvenile poor of Liverpool and the work of the Ragged Industrial School movement. The Appendix has paragraphs on Scottish towns and cities, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dumfries, Perth, Greenock, Ayr, Stirling and Stranraer. A rare Liverpool printing.
[Stock No. 27038]