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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-378

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372 department for ladies rate at different times and places those causes which may be remediable such as vice and poverty unhealthy occupations and insanitary dwellings and other causes which perplex the investigation of the former class the influence of the distribution of ages within any population- group upon its death-rate and the proportion of the sexes Classification of our population according to occupations what proportion is engaged in preparing food and what pro- portion in the liberal professions -Emigration and Immi- gration according to what laws they fluctuate in what numbers immigrants from Europe are settling in England Together with other topics suggested by the documents referred to -Time of Lecture 2-3 Mondays First lecture November 1891 Fee for the Course Ā£1 Is MORAL PHILOSOPHY By Wilfred Gill Fellow and Lecturer of Magdalene College Cambridge Tuesdays 11 15-12 15 These lectures will be delivered during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms 1891-92 Subject The Ethical teaching of English Poets and Essayists of the Nineteenth Century
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