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IX.-QUARTERLY RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF REFOR-

MATORY SCHOOLS AND OF PRISON DISCIPLINE,

WITH SOMETHING ABOUT POOR-HOUSES :--
Containing : The Reformatory at Saltley-Boys'

Refuge, Whitechapel-Report of the British
Ladies' Society for the Reformation of Female
Prisoners-Juvenile Emigration-Important Let-
ters from Mr. Recorder Hill to the Mayor of
Birmingham, and to the Editor of the Midland
Counties' Herald— Assizes in Birmingham-
Northamptonshire Reformatory-State Industrial
School for Girls, Lancaster, Massachusetts
Fourth Report of the Red Lodge Girls' Refor-
matory School—Twelfth Report of the Bristol
Raysed School-Asylum for Hopeful Discharged
Female Prisoners, Bristol-Ship Reformatory for
Bristol - Protestant Reformatory Schools-Glen-
cree Reformatory School for Catholic Boys-St.
Vincent's Female Reformatory, Golden Bridge-
Catholic Reformatory and Refuge, High Park —

Charge of the Recorder of Birmingham to the
Grand Jury—The Expenses of Witnesses—The
Relations of Science and Crime-Ship Reforma-
tories-Poor-house children-Inside the Poor-
house-Rules for Reformatories—Passages from
Speeches of Lord Chancellor Napier, Mr. George
Woods Maunsell, and the Rev. John N. Wood-
rooffe, on the mutual co-operation of Protestants
and Catholics in the management of Reformatories

- The Mayor of Cork on the Union Workhouse ;
and various facts on Poor-house mismanagement.

APPENDIX TO RECORD-The late Rev. John Clay.

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