The principles of sound policy delineated and enforced [electronic resource] : or, observations; I. On the great wisdom, Necessity, and Policy, of educating the poor, as the only sure Means to check their Depravity and Licentiousness; and operate as a strong Preventative against the present, general Increase of Poor-Rates and Assessments. II. Strictures on a Pamphlet entituled, `luxury no political Evil, but demonstratively proved to be necessary to the Preservation and Prosperity of States.' Intended as a Supplement to the preceding Observations. III. The following lectures adapted to the subject: 1. On an useful and virtuous education. 2. On the Necessity of Family-Worship. 3. On other Duties incumbent upon the Heads of Families. 4. On private Prayer. 5. On Cleanliness. 6. On internal Purity. 7. On Fornication. 8. On Industry. 9. On Frugality. 10. On Contentment under the Fatigues of Industry. 11. On Idleness. 12. On Decency. 13. The Conclusion. 14. Appendix. The whole is illustrated with various Annotations; particularly on the Excellency and Advantages which might result from the universal Institution of Sunday Schools; and on the Duty and Qualifications of Overseers of the Poor, and Masters of Work-Houses. By the Rev. J. Fawel, Wigan, Lancashire.

Fawel, J.
Wigan : printed by William Bancks, MDCCLXXXV. [1785]
xii,240p. ; 8⁰.
Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.

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Poor -- England.
Poor -- Services for -- England.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
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England Wigan.
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