Labourer

Some articles on labourer, labourers:

John Lawrence Hammond - Works
... Charles James Fox a Political Study (1903) The Village Labourer 1760-1832 a Study of the Government of England before the Reform Bill (1911) with Barbara Hammond The Town Labourer 1760-1832 The New Civilisation (1917 ...
Honest Labourer - Synopsis
... A rich man meets a poor labourer and asks him how he manages to feed his wife and his large family ... The labourer explains that he and his wife work very hard, waste nothing and never fight ... Overjoyed, the labourer declares that he hopes that such generosity is rewarded heaven ...
Frontier College - Programs - Labourer-Teachers
... The Labourer-Teacher program is Frontier College's historical program ... It began in 1902 and aimed to extend the rights to learning and education to labourers working in Canada's early mines, rail gangs and lumber camps, where the ... Early Labourer-Teachers were mostly young men recruited from universities in Canada, who took up the challenge to work alongside the labourers by day and then teaching them to read and ...
Stuga - In Britain
... According to the Hammonds in their book The Village Labourer before the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer with land and after the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer without ... A labourer's or fisherman's one-roomed house, often attached to a larger property, is a particular type of cottage and is called a penty ...
Honest Labourer
... The Honest Labourer", "The Jolly Thresher", "Poor Man, Poor Man" or "The Nobleman and the Thresher" is a traditional English Folk ballad (Roud #19), which tells the story of a meeting between a poor ...

Famous quotes containing the word labourer:

    A full belly to the labourer was, in my opinion, the foundation of public morals and the only source of real public peace.
    William Cobbett (1762–1835)

    Being young you have not known
    The fool’s triumph, nor yet
    Love lost as soon as won,
    Nor the best labourer dead
    And all the sheaves to bind.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The labourer is worthy of his hire.
    Bible: New Testament Jesus, in Luke, 10:7.

    Instructing his disciples to accept any hospitality offered to them.