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" Institution is formed for the purpose of enabling Mechanics and Artisans, of whatever trade they may be, to become acquainted with such branches of science as are of practical application in the exercise of that trade; that they may possess a more thorough... "
Final report... - Page 14
by Great Britain. Ministry of Reconstruction. Adult Education Committee, Arthur Lionel Smith - 1919 - 409 pages
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London Saturday Journal..., Volume 3

1840
...such branches of science as are of practical application to the exercise of that trade; that they muy possess a more thorough knowledge of their business,...inventions, in the arts which they respectively profess." At the commencement of its career of usefulness, a room was opened for the purpose of furthering its...
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The History of Adult Education

James William Hudson - Adult education - 1851 - 238 pages
...with such branches of science as are of practical application in the exercise of that trade, that j they may possess a more thorough knowledge of their...new inventions in the Arts which they respectively j profess. It is not intended to teach the trade of the Machine Maker, the \ Dyer, the Carpenter, the...
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Meliora: or, Better times to come. Being the contributions of many men ...

Meliora - 1852
...Institution states, 'That the society is formed for the purpose of enabling mechanics and artizaus, of whatever trade they may be, to become acquainted...improvements, and even new inventions, in the arts they respectively profess.' For these purposes, Mechanics' Institutions, as they at present exist,...
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The report of the Committee ... with the evidence

Royal society of arts comm. appointed to inquire into the subject of industr. instruction - 1853
...Institution is formed for the purpose of enabling mechanics and artizans, whatever trade they may be of, to become acquainted with such branches of science...profess. It is not intended to teach the trade of the machinemaker, the dyer, the carpenter, the mason, or any other particular business; but there is no...
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Libraries, Volume 9

Libraries - 1904
...institution is formed for the purpose of enabling mechanics and artisans, whatever trade they may be of, to become acquainted with such branches of science...inventions, in the arts which they respectively profess. In other words they were essentially teaching institutions, devoted to instruction in mechanical pursuits....
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Education and Social Movements, 1700-1850

Archibald Edward Dobbs - Education - 1919 - 257 pages
...Manchester Mechanics' Institute, ' has been formed for the purpose of enabling mechanics and artisans, of whatever trade they may be, to become acquainted...profess. It is not intended to teach the trade of the machine-maker, the dyer, the carpenter, the mason or any other practical business ; but there is no...
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Public Libraries, Volume 9

Libraries - 1904
...institution is formed for the purpose of enabling mechanics and artisans, whatever trade they may be of, to become acquainted with such branches of science...inventions, in the arts which they respectively profess. In other words they were essentially teaching institutions, devoted to instruction in mechanical pursuits....
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Romanticism, Economics and the Question of 'culture'

Philip Connell - History - 2005 - 338 pages
...to the mechanic and artisan as 'of practical application' to their trade, by allowing them to gain 'a more thorough knowledge of their business, acquire...new inventions in the arts which they respectively profess'.39 The ideological presuppositions shaping the curricula of those mechanics' institutes under...
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Practical Matter

Professor of History and Sociology of Science Margaret C Jacob, Margaret C. Jacob, Larry Stewart - History - 2004 - 201 pages
...stated in its published rules, the Institute's established goal was to enable "Mechanics and Artisans, of whatever trade they may be, to become acquainted...new inventions in the Arts which they respectively profess."50 In the first lecture course on mechanics offered by the Institute, the lecturer covered...
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