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In the Victorian era the basal population of poor English country stock was swelled by immigrants from all over, particularly Irish and Jewish.
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Victorian and era
In some cities, such as the Victorian era London sewers or much of the old City of Toronto, the storm water system is combined with the sanitary sewer system.
On that Mississippi riverine system today, including that of other sheltered waterways, industrial barge trafficking in bulk raw materials such as coal, coke, timber, iron ore and other minerals is extremely common in the developed world using huge cargo barges that connect in groups and trains-of-barges in ways which allow cargo volumes and weights which would astonish pioneers of modern barge systems and methods in the Victorian era.
As was common in the Victorian era, women of her class were privately educated and rarely sent to college.
During the 19th century the Liberal Party was broadly in favour of what would today be called classical liberalism: supporting laissez-faire economic policies such as free trade and minimal government interference in the economy ( this doctrine was usually termed ' Gladstonian Liberalism ' after the Victorian era Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone ).
Sir William Harcourt, a prominent Liberal politician in the Victorian era, said this about liberalism in 1872:
Interest in the history of these events was revived during the English Renaissance and led to a resurgence of Boudica's legendary fame during the Victorian era, when Queen Victoria was portrayed as her ' namesake '.
It was in the Victorian era that Boudica's fame took on legendary proportions as Queen Victoria was seen to be Boudica's " namesake.
By the Victorian era, ballad had come to mean any sentimental popular song, especially so-called " royalty ballads ", which publishers would pay popular singers to perform in Britain and the United States in " ballad concerts.
Its population grew with the arrival of the railways in the Victorian era and the advent of tourism.
( One of the reasons formerly advanced for the non-completion of Babbage's engines had been that engineering methods were insufficiently developed in the Victorian era.
A calendar era indicates a span of many years which are numbered beginning at a specific reference date ( epoch ), which often marks the origin of a political state or cosmology, dynasty, ruler, the birth of a leader, or another significant historical or mythological event ; it is generally called after its focus accordingly as in Victorian era.
Poor little birdie teased, by Victorian era illustrator Richard Doyle ( illustrator ) | Richard Doyle depicts the traditional view of an elf from later English folklore as a diminutive woodland humanoid.
In the Victorian era, the Elizabethan legend was adapted to the imperial ideology of the day, and in the mid-20th century, Elizabeth was a romantic symbol of the national resistance to foreign threat.
Although originally associated with adult feasting and drinking, since the Victorian era, Father Christmas has gradually merged with the pre-modern gift giver St Nicholas ( Dutch Sinterklaas, hence Santa Claus ) and associated folklore.
By the Victorian era Gothic had ceased to be the dominant genre and was dismissed by most critics ( in fact the form's popularity as an established genre had already begun to erode with the success of the historical romance popularised by Sir Walter Scott ).
Victorian and population
Like many coastal towns, the population of Hastings grew significantly as a result of the construction of railway links and the fashionable growth of seaside holidays during the Victorian era.
The Victorian era was a period of rapid growth, both in terms of population, governance, amenities and property.
This town center consists of the typical brick buildings and Victorian architecture of the late nineteenth century, and it is surrounded by much of the town's population.
Following World War II, some 28 projected towns were designated as New Towns under the 1946 Act, and were developed partly to house the large numbers of people whose homes had been destroyed by bombing during the war and partly to move parts of the population out of ( mainly Victorian ) urban slums.
The current junior school, opened in 1968, was designed to take over from the Victorian building, but as the population grew an infants school was also built alongside in 1972.
Scrooge has only disgust for the poor, thinking the world would be better off without them, " decreasing the surplus population ," and praise for the Victorian era workhouses.
Usk was a thriving market town in the first part of the 19th century, when many of its existing buildings were constructed, and into the Victorian era, although its population fell in the second half of the century as a result of agricultural depression.
In the relative calm of the late Victorian and Edwardian periods, the RIC won " grudging respect " from the population it policed.
The building stock dates predominantly from the early to late Victorian period, the peak population and commercial era in DeRuyter's history.
The town's heyday as a seaside resort was during the late Victorian era ; the population nearly doubled from 4, 410 to 8, 442 between 1881 and 1901.
The district quickly became home to the wealthy merchants of Liverpool, alongside a much larger poor population in modest Victorian terraces.
Latrobe Valley is currently the only large regional centre in Victoria that does not have a team participating in the Victorian Football League, despite the fact that the area within an approximate 35 km radius of Moe ( Drouin, Warragul, Trafalgar, Moe, Morwell, Churchill, Traralgon and other smaller towns ) has a population well over 100, 000, as large or larger than places such as Bendigo and Ballarat that do have teams participating in the VFL.
In 2006 the Rural City of Mildura had a population of 49, 815, most of which was located in Mildura ( 30, 016 ) and adjacent areas ( that is Victorian Sunraysia ).
Arncliffe exhibits much evidence of the diversity of its population, including architectural styles ranging from Victorian through Federation era cottages to latter-day ' statement mansions '.
The beginning of this period coincided with a population boom caused by the Victorian and New South Wales Gold Rushes of the 1850s and finished with an economic depression in the early 1890s.
Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, South of Market was home not only to warehousing and light industry, but also to a sizable population of transients, seamen, other working men living in hotels, and a working-class residential population in old Victorian buildings in smaller side streets and alleyways giving it a " skid row " reputation.
In Australia, the Victorian period is generally recognised as being from 1840 to 1890 and flourished in Australia, which saw a gold rush and population boom during the 1880s in the state of Victoria.
When the Great Depression occurred, the Victorian Government opened up Dandenong Ranges to housing and the population of Upwey and the surrounding foothills grew steadily.
Collingwood's early development was directly impacted by the boom in Melbourne's population and economy during the Victorian gold rush of the 1850s and 1860s.
In the 1960s, in an effort to boost the slowly growing local population and inject new life into the suburb, the Victorian Government opened the Prahran Housing Commission estate, just off Chapel Street, together with a larger estate, located just north in South Yarra.