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An engraving of New Lanark, Scotland, marked 1799 but thought to date from around 1819. The buildings depicted are numbered 1 - 7, and the text below the image reads:

'No.1 Top part a school for the children. The underpart a public kitchen
No.2 A school for the formation of character. Cotton factories are Nos. 3,4,5,6 & 7.
The figures represented are the village band.'

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