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CHILDREN’S EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 1842. South Wales 2 REPORT by RHYS WILLIAM JONES, Esq., on the Employment of Children and Young Persons in Monmouth and the Pontypool and Merthyr Districts, Blaenavon and Clydach Iron Works near Abergavenny, Nantyglo and Beaufort, Sirhowy and Ebbw Vale, Tredegar and Rhymney and Bute Iron Works in the County of Monmouth, Dowlais, Penydarran and the Aberdare Iron works near Merthyr Tydvil, Cwmavon Iron, Tin and Copper works and the Collieries and the Oakwood Collieries, near Port Talbot. The Iron Works in Bridgend, Neath and Swansea, The Copper Works at Swansea and Llanelly, and the Collieries in the Western part of Glamorgan and Carmarthenshire, and on the State, Condition and Treatment of such Children and Young Persons. Edited by Ian Winstanley. The report is in two volumes, both of which are available here and which relate to different geographical areas. The documents give an insight into living and working conditions in south Wales as the time when Chartism was at its height. (Transcribed by Ian Winstanley for the Coal Mining History Resource Centre. Ian edited these reports into more modern language, around 20 years ago, based on facsimiles of the originals in book form in the University of Dublin library. The originals had been held at the National Archives but were sold in the 1980s.)

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