history of the origin and progress of adult schools with an account of some of the beneficial effects already produced on the moral character of the labouring poor : also, considerations on the important advantages they are likely to be productive of to society at large : by Thomas Pole. by Thomas Pole

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  • Bible -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain.,
  • Sunday schools -- Great Britain.,
  • Education -- Great Britain.

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