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the at this purpose point of industrial of would being be forwarded schools far more and de to sirable the the good colonies than character at ? any Government of other those in . sent the aid
out progress , and consequent readiness , of colonists to receive them , might at length prevail on government to grant the children of such an
institution free passage to all our colonies . To Thus the destitute at every but point still emi honest gration workman meets us ' to as the a preventive repentant agent felon . ,
, to the vagrant and criminal child—the sufferer not from its own sins but from the sins of others—it opens a wide who door remain of hope behind and of
from crimewhile it benefits those ; relieving escape the labor , market at home , and creating fresh markets abroadand this latter is not to be overlooked even in a reformatory
is view to of prevent , emigration the fall . of One a mode portion of of elevating them into the the working criminal classes class , criminal that
another crime hy strengthening is is a lo to sing promote their game attachment , reformation while lastl to y b we the y shewing benefit country the . the Thoug working h we classes may
advocate saking energy , it and emi The gration enterprise farmer we , whose of should the lease best not is of like about our to working to see the ire population strength may exhaust , for the
his land , . but it is to be hoped that the lease of exp the English people that while send
away on Eng to lish a better soil is life not in nearl another y run country out , and we are looking we also to many the
strengthening of those who remain .
Emigration As A Preventive Agency. 293
EMIGRATION AS A PREVENTIVE AGENCY . 293
Matory Since Movement The Above , Was It...
matory Since movement the above , was its written guiding , a princi prett p y les wide , and survey the ordering of the of refor its
detailshas been offered to the view of the writer , some features of which With , it regard may be to interesting the princip to les notice which . lead to the movement , there there
is now very little difference of opinion . Here and an opponent mium still starts on crime up to , but denounce he is reformatory met with facts prisons which and he scho fails ols to as dispute a
preand time criminal they arguments statistics are made which prove to prove nothing he as declines its as chief to to cause the answer causes , ignoranc . of He crime e ; at says : another at your one ,
poverty density and of population idleness . ; No at doubt another a , general drunkenness analysis ; and of For the at instanc causes another e of if , crime is difficult from their complexity of working . ,
the a population absence is of superlativel temptation y i and gnorant opportunity and element poor , , from yet of ; widel the the y calculation absence scattered of , . wealth to be preyed removes one
dense While ( in wh a ich superlativel onltakes upon y educated , lace where district wealth , where is accumulated the population , ) where is p
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Jan. 1, 1859, page 293, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01011859/page/5/