Last edited by Torisar
Sunday, July 26, 2020 | History

2 edition of oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools found in the catalog.

oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools

Trimmer Mrs.

oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools

the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection ; and the distribution of voluntary benefactions ; to which is added an appendix, containing an account of the Sunday-schools in old Brentford

by Trimmer Mrs.

  • 196 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Printed by T. Bensley for T. Longman, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, and J. Johnson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sunday schools -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800,
  • Child welfare -- Great Britain,
  • Poor -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEconomy of charity, Address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools
    Statementby Mrs. Trimmer
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, [1], 183, [3] p., [2] folded leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14419360M

    Sarah Trimmer, The oconomy of charity; or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday-Schools (London, ). John Trusler, The distinction between words esteemed synonymous in the English language, pointed out, and the proper choice of them determined, 2nd edition (London, ).   In the Book of Mormon we learn that "charity is the pure love of Christ, and it endureth forever," (Moroni ).This list of 10 Charity Quotes are from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

      With weekly visits and an ever expanding growth in this charity, The Book Bus is making a monumental difference. 4. Little Free Library. Women's Prison Book Project. Since The Ninth Edition, Corrected.}, publisher={George Copperthwaite}, address={Leeds}, } @book{ wphp_ author={Leprince de Beaumont,Jeanne-Marie}, year={}, title={Magazin des enfans: or, The young misses magazine: containing dialogues between a governess and several young ladies of quality her scholars.

    The oeconomy of charity; or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday-Schools; the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection; and the distribution of voluntary benefactions. To which is added an appendix, containing an account of the Sunday-Schools in old Brentford. Full text of "The oeconomy of the covenants, between God and man: comprehending a complete body of divinity" See other formats.


Share this book
You might also like
The Case for a Black party

The Case for a Black party

approach to the sacred in the thought of Schopenhauer

approach to the sacred in the thought of Schopenhauer

law of civil procedure

law of civil procedure

OSHA problem-solver.

OSHA problem-solver.

Introduction to crystal chemistry

Introduction to crystal chemistry

Joseph Vance

Joseph Vance

Tamaulipan brushland of the lower Rio Grande Valley of south Texas

Tamaulipan brushland of the lower Rio Grande Valley of south Texas

A long way to Shiloh.

A long way to Shiloh.

Great explorers

Great explorers

High holiday Bible themes.

High holiday Bible themes.

Mother-Daughter-Father-Son Banquets & Programs

Mother-Daughter-Father-Son Banquets & Programs

Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars

Doctor Who and the Pyramids of Mars

Oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools by Trimmer Mrs. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The œconomy of charity; or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools Published:London Format: Book Creator: Sarah Trimmer Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: / Full catalogue details.

The oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools: the establishment of oeconomy of charity of industry under female inspection ; and the distribution of voluntary benefactions: to which is added an appendix, containing an account of the Sunday-schools in Old Brentford.

The œconomy of charity: or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools ; the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection ; To which is added an appendix By Mrs.

Trimmer. Get this from a library. The oeconomy of charity, or, An address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools, the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection, and the distribution of voluntary benefactions: to which is added an appendix, containing an account of the Sunday-schools in old Brentford.

[Sarah Trimmer; Bodleian Library. The Oeconomy of Charity: or, an Address to Ladies concerning Sunday Schools; the Establishment of Schools of Industry under Female Inspection; and the Distribution of Voluntary Benefactions: to which is added an Oeconomy of charity containing an Account of the Sunday-Schools in Old Brentford.

Author Sarah Trimmer Date Place of Publication London. Sarah Trimmer (née Kirby; 6 January – 15 December ) was a writer and critic of 18th-century British children's literature, as well as an educational periodical, The Guardian of Education, helped to define the emerging genre by seriously reviewing children's literature for the first time; it also provided the first history of children's literature, establishing a canon.

Abstract. When Sarah Trimmer published The Oeconomy of Charity; or, An Address to Ladies; Adapted to the Present State of Charitable Institutions in England, With a Particular View to the Cultivation of Religious Principles, among the Lower Orders of People in and again inshe strove to convince her readers that contributing time and money to the establishment and.

Sarah Trimmer, The Oeconomy of Charity; or, an Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday-Schools; The Establishment of Schools of Industry Under Female Inspection; and the Distribution of Voluntary Benefactions.

Author of Fabulous histories, The oeconomy of charity, New and comprehensive lessons, The charity school spelling book, Oeconomy of charity or, an address to ladies, A series of prints of English history, Reflections upon the education of children in charity.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Oeconomy of charity, or an Address to ladies concerning Sunday-schools, the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection and the distribution of voluntary benefactions, to which is added an appendix containing an account of the Sunday-schools in Old Brentford, by Mrs.

Trimmer. In the history of economics, women writers were all but invisible until a few decades ago. Although much work has now been recuperated, the writings on economics of eighteenth-century women authors have yet to be brought fully to light.

This new three-volume collection from Routledge remedies that o. Then enter the ‘name’ part of your Kindle email address below. Find out more about sending to your Kindle. The Oeconomy of Charity; or, an Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday schools His Correspondence (London: Gilpin, ), I,; see also British and Foreign School Society, Secretary's Minute Book, 27 October19 April.

Sarah Trimmer, The oconomy of charity; or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday-Schools (London, ). () William Van Reyk, ‘Christian Ideals of Manliness During the Period of the Evangelical Revival, c to c’ (University of Oxford DPhil Thesis, ), chapter 2, pp.

71–, esp. 73–8. If we examine Trimmer’s Oeconomy of Charity; or, An Address to Ladies concerning Sunday-schools in Old Brentford, we discover that it reveals many Dissenting ideas and characteristics, not least an empathy for the poor—a fact that is not surprising since, as Braithwaite points out, Trimmer was “directly inspired” by Anna Laetitia.

The Oeconomy of Charity; or, an Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday-Schools; The Establishment of Schools of Industry under Female Inspection; and the Distribution of Voluntary Benefactions.

To which is added an Appendix, containing an account of the Sunday-schools in old Brentford, London: Printed. The Economy of Charity, subtitled An Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday-Schools. A concern with the insubordination of servants was becoming pervasive among the upper strata of English society in the late eighteenth century, and Trimmer was convinced that a lack of proper education was responsible for the lamentable state of affairs.

Rodgers, The Cloak of Charity: Studies in Eighteenth‐Century Philanthropy, Londonp. Trimmer, The Oeconomy of Charity: or, an Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday Schools, Londonpp. 8–10, 25–7. Townsend, A Dissertation on the Poor Laws, Londonp. 7; Townsend, Sermons on various.

Toutes les informations de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France sur: Sarah Trimmer (). Sarah Trimmer, The Oeconomy of Charity: Or, an Address to Ladies Concerning Sunday-Schools; the Establishment of Schools of Industry under Female Inspection; and the Distribution of Voluntary.

Sarah Trimmer, The Oeconomy of Charity; or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday Schools; the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection; and the distribution of voluntary benefactions (Dublin, ), p.

Google Scholar.Other works go on to address standards of behaviour, such as in 'A Serious Proposal to the Ladies' and 'A Discourse of Women'. (an appeal to ladies to set up more Sunday schools), demonstrate a greater role for women in education, both as educators and pupils.

The Oeconomy of Charity () - Sarah Trimmer. A Vindication of the Rights. The Christian faith is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and the New Testament in the Bible. However, 86% of Christians spend their time alone reading the bible and not engaged with others. 40% of readers feel confused and overwhelmed with the contents of the bible.