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352 department for ladies Hobbes onwards including an account of Continental thinkers so far as is necessary to illustrate the moral thought of the period under review The first lecture will be delivered on Tuesday October 15 Fee for each Term Ā£1 Is REMEDIES FOR POVERTY By Mrs Fawcett Wednesday 30-3 30 Lent Term 1890 An examination of some of the socialistic remedies for poverty both in theory and in practice -Land nationalisation -The appropriation of ground rents -The permanent settle- ment in India -Peasant proprietors and peasant farmers Relief works for the unemployed Poor law systems and experiments -The beggar-farms of Holland and Germany -Agricultural training homes -In dustrial schools -Boarding out -Private effort as supple- ment to poor law administration -Charity organisation Co-operative schemes in England France and Germany Co-partnership ENGLISH LITERATURE Michaelmas Term Chaucer and his Age -The latter half of the Fourteenth Centurv-The culmination of Mediaeval Literature-Domi-
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