Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

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John W. Parker, 1864
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The volume for 1886 is a report of the proceedings of the "Conference on temperance legislation, London, 1886."

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The Recent Statistics of Bankruptcy in Scotland GEORGE AULDJO
Practical Suggestions for the Amendment of the Bankruptcy Law
On the Condition of the Insane in Scotland as influenced by Legislation
Report of the Standing Committee of the Department
Discussion on Legal Procedure
University Certificate Examinations or Local Examinations
On MiddleClass Education
Foreign Education
The Education of the Poor in France especially in the Protestant
The Hospital System of Scotland F W BEDFORD LL D
The Monitorial System of Elementary Instruction as carried on in
Industrial Education with Reference to Mechanics Institutes
Agricultural Instruction on the Lower Platform W WALLACE FYFE
On the Scottish SabbathSchool System Rev R BLYTH
Organised Associations on the part of the Public necessary for
On the Treatment of Female Convicts
Shops for the Consumption of Intoxicating Liquors versus Shops
Report of the Standing Committee of the Department
The Reformatory Principle in Criminal Punishment C P MEASOR
The Causes which modify the Public Health
On the Contamination of Water by the Imperfect Drainage of Towns
The Improvement of the Public Health
On the Necessity for Prospective Legislation to prevent Houses being
On Human Growth in Towns JOHN YEATS LL D
Discussion on Ventilation
The Use and Abuse of Poisons for Agricultural Purposes with especial
An Ample Fund for Emigration in the Colonial Crown Lands C
The Influence of Emigration on the Social Condition of the High

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