4. Criminals were in fact poor who lived by stealing lead from roofs, food from shops, lumps of coal and clothes drying on hedges.
5. They were cheats and trickesters, pickpockets and petty thieves crowding the streets of london.
6.In an attempt to discipline the population the authorities imposed high penalities for crimes and offerd work to those who were considered the deserving poor.
1.factories employed large no. of women.
2. With technological develpoment women gradually lost their industrial jobs and were forced to work within households.
3.A large no. of women used their homes to increase family income by taking in lodgers or through activities such as tailoring, washing or matchbox making.
1.A large no. of children were pushed into low paid work often by their parents.
2.It was only after the passage of Compulsory Elementry Education Act in 1870 and factory Act beginning from 1902 that childern were kept out of industrial work.
1.Older cities like London changed dramatically when people began pouring in after the industrial revolution.
2.Factory or workshop owners did not house the migrant workers,instead individual landowners put up cheap and unsafe teements for the new arrivals.
3. Poverty was visible in the city.
4.About one million Londoners were very poor and were expected to live an average life of 29years.
5. Those people were more than likely to die in a workhouse, hospitals or lunatic assylum.