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GENEALOGICAL HUMOUR
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
THE LABOUR LAWS - 1852

THE GOOD OLD DAYS

During the demolition of an old building in Lichfield, England, a document was discovered dated 1852, in which were set out working conditions and rules to be observed by the clerical staff, who had just benefited from the new Labour Laws.


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