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<h3>Mines Act of 1842 Tea, Toast and Travel</h3><p>Prior to the passage of The Mines and Collieries Act of 1842 when it became illegal to employ women and children to work underground, it was commonplace for women, young and old, and their children to work in the mine shafts, alongside their husbands, fathers and brothers, with pick axes and shovels, hauling coal and moving stones  </p>

Mines Act of 1842 Tea, Toast and Travel

Prior to the passage of The Mines and Collieries Act of 1842 when it became illegal to employ women and children to work underground, it was commonplace for women, young and old, and their children to work in the mine shafts, alongside their husbands, fathers and brothers, with pick axes and shovels, hauling coal and moving stones

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<h3>Coal mines  UK Parliament</h3><p>The Coal Mines Regulation Act of 1860 improved safety rules and raised the age limit for boys from 10 to 12. By 1870 over 1,000 lives were still being lost in mining accidents each year. In 1872 the Coal Mines Regulation Act introduced the requirement for pit managers to have state certification of their training. </p>

Coal mines UK Parliament

The Coal Mines Regulation Act of 1860 improved safety rules and raised the age limit for boys from 10 to 12. By 1870 over 1,000 lives were still being lost in mining accidents each year. In 1872 the Coal Mines Regulation Act introduced the requirement for pit managers to have state certification of their training.

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<h3>Remembering the women who kept Britain's mines running </h3><p>Women and boys under the age of 10 were banned from working underground following the passing of the Mines and Collieries Act 1842. After modernisation of underground mining, a deep shaft mine  </p>

Remembering the women who kept Britain's mines running

Women and boys under the age of 10 were banned from working underground following the passing of the Mines and Collieries Act 1842. After modernisation of underground mining, a deep shaft mine

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<h3>The Mining Act of 1842  Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and </h3><p>Therefore, he introduced the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842 in Parliament to outlaw the employment of women and children underground in coal mines. He led this act as a response to the working conditions of the children revealed in the Children's Employment Commission (Mines) 1842 report. </p>

The Mining Act of 1842 Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and

Therefore, he introduced the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842 in Parliament to outlaw the employment of women and children underground in coal mines. He led this act as a response to the working conditions of the children revealed in the Children's Employment Commission (Mines) 1842 report.

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<h3>Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977Public Law 91173</h3><p>(o) "Commission&quotmeans the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission. MINES SUBJECT TO ACT. SEC. 4. Each coal or other mine, the products of which enter commerce, or the operations or products of which affect commerce, and each operator of such mine, and every miner in such mine shall be subject to the provisions of this Act. </p>

Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977Public Law 91173

(o) "Commission"means the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission. MINES SUBJECT TO ACT. SEC. 4. Each coal or other mine, the products of which enter commerce, or the operations or products of which affect commerce, and each operator of such mine, and every miner in such mine shall be subject to the provisions of this Act.

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<h3>1842 Act  Scottish Mining Website</h3><p>1842 Act A Bill To prohibit the Employment of Women and Girls in Mines and Collieries, to regulate the Employment of Boys, and make Provisions for the Safety of Persons working therein. 22 June 1842.6 VICT. </p>

1842 Act Scottish Mining Website

1842 Act A Bill To prohibit the Employment of Women and Girls in Mines and Collieries, to regulate the Employment of Boys, and make Provisions for the Safety of Persons working therein. 22 June 1842.6 VICT.

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<h3>1842 Mines and Collieries Act by Océ Barcellona on Prezi</h3><p> only four inspectors  out of sight, out of mind Image by Tom Mooring  The age decreased from thirteen to ten years old No Consciousness  demanded more inspections underground Miner's Act  did not regulate working hours  "girls unsuitable for marriage and unfit to be </p>

1842 Mines and Collieries Act by Océ Barcellona on Prezi

only four inspectors out of sight, out of mind Image by Tom Mooring The age decreased from thirteen to ten years old No Consciousness demanded more inspections underground Miner's Act did not regulate working hours "girls unsuitable for marriage and unfit to be

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<h3>Mines and Collieries Act  Spartacus Educational</h3><p>I should also most decidedly object to placing collieries under the present provisions of the Factory Act with respect to the education of children employed therein."(6) The Children's Employment Commission published its first report on mines and collieries in 1842. The report caused a sensation when details appeared in newspapers. </p>

Mines and Collieries Act Spartacus Educational

I should also most decidedly object to placing collieries under the present provisions of the Factory Act with respect to the education of children employed therein."(6) The Children's Employment Commission published its first report on mines and collieries in 1842. The report caused a sensation when details appeared in newspapers.

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<h3>Child Labor in the Coal Mines of England  StMU History Media</h3><p>Before the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842, children as young as four were allowed to work in the mines. 2 Just imagine such young children running around a dark coal mineit simply does not sound safe at all. These children were hired to be able to get into those hard to reach places that fully grown adults were unable to get into. </p>

Child Labor in the Coal Mines of England StMU History Media

Before the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842, children as young as four were allowed to work in the mines. 2 Just imagine such young children running around a dark coal mineit simply does not sound safe at all. These children were hired to be able to get into those hard to reach places that fully grown adults were unable to get into.

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<h3>Mines and Collieries Act 1842  </h3><p>Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines. </p>

Mines and Collieries Act 1842

Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines.

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<h3>Kuju Collieries Ltd. v. Jharkhand Mines Ltd. And Others </h3><p>Section 4 of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation and Development) Act, 1948 provides no mining lease shall be granted after the commencement of this Act otherwise than in accordance with the Rules made under this Act, and any mining lease granted contrary to the provisions of subsection (1) shall be void and of no effect. </p>

Kuju Collieries Ltd. v. Jharkhand Mines Ltd. And Others

Section 4 of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation and Development) Act, 1948 provides no mining lease shall be granted after the commencement of this Act otherwise than in accordance with the Rules made under this Act, and any mining lease granted contrary to the provisions of subsection (1) shall be void and of no effect.

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<h3>MINES AND COLLIERIES ACT (1842): 'Banned women, girls and </h3><p>"Before the 1842 Mines and Collieries Act, women and children worked underground alongside men, often performing heavy hauling jobs that men refused to do, and for less pay."".THEY were the backbone of British coal mining. </p>

MINES AND COLLIERIES ACT (1842): 'Banned women, girls and

"Before the 1842 Mines and Collieries Act, women and children worked underground alongside men, often performing heavy hauling jobs that men refused to do, and for less pay."".THEY were the backbone of British coal mining.

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<h3>Sources  Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and Children in Mines</h3><p>SourcesOut of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and Children in Mines:  "Mines and Collieries Act 1842.", The Free Encyclopedia. 26 April 2013. </p>

Sources Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and Children in Mines

SourcesOut of Sight, Out of Mind: Women and Children in Mines: "Mines and Collieries Act 1842.", The Free Encyclopedia. 26 April 2013.

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<h3>Factory acts timeline Timetoast timelines</h3><p>1842 Mines and Collieries Act All women and children under 10 were banned from working underground. No one under 15 years was to work winding gear in mines.  </p>

Factory acts timeline Timetoast timelines

1842 Mines and Collieries Act All women and children under 10 were banned from working underground. No one under 15 years was to work winding gear in mines.

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<h3>Mines and mining  The National Archives</h3><p>11. Records about individual collieries, mines and quarries. Local archives are the best source of information about individual mines and quarries. The National Archives does hold some information but it is not the best place to start. </p>

Mines and mining The National Archives

11. Records about individual collieries, mines and quarries. Local archives are the best source of information about individual mines and quarries. The National Archives does hold some information but it is not the best place to start.

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<h3>Government and Mining: Legislation, Inspection, Enquiries</h3><p>Government and Mining: Legislation, Inspection, Enquiries a resource list  1842 Mines and Collieries Act Restrictions on the employment of women, girls,boys  </p>

Government and Mining: Legislation, Inspection, Enquiries

Government and Mining: Legislation, Inspection, Enquiries a resource list 1842 Mines and Collieries Act Restrictions on the employment of women, girls,boys

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<h3>The Pit Brow Lasses of 19thcentury coal mines  History Extra</h3><p>Later that year, the Mines and Collieries Act was passed. It stated that it was illegal to employ a female of any age, or a boy under the age of ten, underground at a mine. </p>

The Pit Brow Lasses of 19thcentury coal mines History Extra

Later that year, the Mines and Collieries Act was passed. It stated that it was illegal to employ a female of any age, or a boy under the age of ten, underground at a mine.

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<h3>Act No. 37, 1912. An Act to consolidate enactments relating </h3><p>Act No. 37, 1912. An Act to consolidate enactments relating to the regulation of coal mines and collieries. [26th November, 1912.] BE it enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with </p>

Act No. 37, 1912. An Act to consolidate enactments relating

Act No. 37, 1912. An Act to consolidate enactments relating to the regulation of coal mines and collieries. [26th November, 1912.] BE it enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with

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<h3>Secret Bases  Mines and Collieries Act 1842</h3><p>Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines. </p>

Secret Bases Mines and Collieries Act 1842

Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines.

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<h3>MINES AND COLLIERIES. (Hansard, 14 July 1842)</h3><p>MINES AND COLLIERIES. (Hansard, 14 July 1842)  The limitation of the employment of the boys to one month after the passing of the Act, is considered to be too  </p>3

MINES AND COLLIERIES. (Hansard, 14 July 1842)

MINES AND COLLIERIES. (Hansard, 14 July 1842) The limitation of the employment of the boys to one month after the passing of the Act, is considered to be too

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<h3>Child Labour in the Mining Industry  Spartacus Educational</h3><p>Mines and Collieries Act The Children's Employment Commission published its first report on mines and collieries in 1842. The report caused a sensation when details appeared in newspapers. </p>

Child Labour in the Mining Industry Spartacus Educational

Mines and Collieries Act The Children's Employment Commission published its first report on mines and collieries in 1842. The report caused a sensation when details appeared in newspapers.

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<h3>1842 Act  Scottish Mining Website</h3><p>1842 Act A Bill To prohibit the Employment of Women and Girls in Mines and Collieries, to regulate the Employment of Boys, and make Provisions for the Safety of Persons working therein. 22 June 1842.6 VICT. </p>

1842 Act Scottish Mining Website

1842 Act A Bill To prohibit the Employment of Women and Girls in Mines and Collieries, to regulate the Employment of Boys, and make Provisions for the Safety of Persons working therein. 22 June 1842.6 VICT.

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<h3>Mines and Collieries Act 1842  adamsofadamsrow.com</h3><p>An Act of Parliament, prohibiting the employment of women and girls in mines and collieries, regulating the employment of boys, and making other provisions relating to persons working therein, was passed on 10th August, 1842. </p>

Mines and Collieries Act 1842 adamsofadamsrow.com

An Act of Parliament, prohibiting the employment of women and girls in mines and collieries, regulating the employment of boys, and making other provisions relating to persons working therein, was passed on 10th August, 1842.

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<h3>The 1842 Mines Act  historyhome.co.uk</h3><p>The 1842 Mines Act. No female was to be employed underground No boy under 10 years old was to be employed underground. Parish apprentices between the ages of 10 and 18 could continue to work in the mines. </p>

The 1842 Mines Act historyhome.co.uk

The 1842 Mines Act. No female was to be employed underground No boy under 10 years old was to be employed underground. Parish apprentices between the ages of 10 and 18 could continue to work in the mines.

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<h3>Coal Mining in South Wales  Ancestry Insights</h3><p>index:ZoomIn Although the Mines &ampCollieries Act of 1842 made it illegal for women to work underground, they were sometimes hired as putters, workers who pulled metal tubs of coal. Although the Mines &ampCollieries Act of 1842 made it illegal for women to work underground, they were sometimes hired as putters, workers who pulled metal tubs of coal. </p>

Coal Mining in South Wales Ancestry Insights

index:ZoomIn Although the Mines &Collieries Act of 1842 made it illegal for women to work underground, they were sometimes hired as putters, workers who pulled metal tubs of coal. Although the Mines &Collieries Act of 1842 made it illegal for women to work underground, they were sometimes hired as putters, workers who pulled metal tubs of coal.

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<h3>10 August 1842: Mines Act bans women and children from </h3><p>The result was the Mines and Collieries Act, which was passed on this day in 1842. It forbade any female, and any child below the age of ten, from working underground in the mines. </p>

10 August 1842: Mines Act bans women and children from

The result was the Mines and Collieries Act, which was passed on this day in 1842. It forbade any female, and any child below the age of ten, from working underground in the mines.

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<h3>Mines and Collieries Act 1842 Revolvy</h3><p>Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines. </p>

Mines and Collieries Act 1842 Revolvy

Mines and Collieries Act 1842 (c. 99), commonly known as the Mines Act 1842, was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.It prohibited (banned) all girls and boys under ten years old from working underground in coal mines.

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