On holidays he would go to his summer residence with his family. Perhaps we would invite other powerful people from the city to talk and party with. This could strengthen the ties between them increasing the power. Henry Davenport would be happy with his life. He should have a good childhood with a good education. He should be happy for that and thank his parents. Throughout his life he would experience luxuries and superb vacations or possibilities. When he gets old enough he wouldnt be able to find anything else to do. He would get bored of life since he has all, does nothing, needs nothing, is nothing!
His power did after all come to him for his father. He should feel completely lost at the age of 60-70. Daniel Scott is a middle class office worker. He would wear pretty good clothes, but not as expensive and beautiful ass Henry Davenport. Daniel Scott would be a man that has something heading towards the clothes of a nobleman. He would have a silk hat used for evenings and when walking. He would wear a frockcoat jacket cut with V shape near the neck. The clothing had a rather long-waisted and masculine shape. His trousers would flare at the ankle. They did not have to be in the same colour as the jacket.
He would have boots with elastics sides or laces. His education would not be as expensive as the upper class one, but it would still be good. He would probably be educated more or less by his parents, who did have experience. They were after all intelligent. The major difference would be that they cant afford real expensive schools, and they do not want to send the child to cheaper ones. The might hire a nurse to teach Daniel some things. As he gets older he gets a good education. Daniel Scoot would live well. He would have a larger apartment with all the things he needs and bit more than that.
However he would have normal lamps instead of expensive and fancy ones. He would go for functionality than to have the most expensive things. In his spare time he would play sports, maybe swim or play tennis some time with a friend. He would visit the music-hall where he would listen to music, take a drink, sing some songs and relax. He might go off with his friends on a short holiday some day, but he would not own any second house. It would preferably be a hired one. I think that Daniel would enjoy his life more than Henry. After all, the middle class did work, but they had education compared to the working class.
Therefore they had fair wages as they worked in the office managing the industry. This class was a major update during the Industrial Revolution and a change towards todays society. It let the people with possibilities use them and live a better life. Daniel, due to the work he has, cant think his life was ruined. He has time to do things and also time to work. His life is set for work, and then for working he gets a prize. I think the bonds between Daniel and his families are much stronger and closer than Henrys. The middle class still feel that relations with other people do matter in another way than just business.
This is good for the middle class because they are on of their kind, they meet in the music-halls and are like a bigger family. Those people have a better future when it comes to thinking about what they have accomplished through their lives. They have done a lot for other people and that is what they should be proud of. I consider Daniel as a man with just the amount of power he needs. Stanley Cooper was a worker. He lived with his wife and two children along with two families in a small apartment. They cant fit enough beds in the two rooms they get so they have to sleep on mattresses on the floor which they later on move to a corner.
He would live cheap and earn money which was just enough to get the basic food and clothing he needed. He would have a pair of trousers maid of a cheap material. When buying he would look for the thickest ones so they do not break that easily. If he wouldnt buy his clothes, he would buy the cheapest strong material and his wife would make the clothes for him. As a worker he needs strong clothes that he can use in the factory or outside. He would have a leather hat. Stanley would have massive boots because those are needed. Massive boots could hold for a couple of years.
Unfortunately after using them a couple of years they would probably be pretty worn out. He would still use them as long as possible, to the last moment he can still walk with them. Small holes would be ignored or fixed, bigger ones left till the boot is completely destroyed. Because of his bad working conditions he would not look any good. His skin would be rough and so would his body. Probably a bent back and if not, some injuries. Depending on which factory he worked at, it could be quite risky. Unfortunately the people from the workers class could not afford any education.
School was not compulsory until the 1880s and the worker familys children did not go to any lessons. The worker class stayed uneducated and so they did not have anybody to teach them manners. They tried to be more important and did that by showing their aggression, which was not respected. Stanley lived in a back to back house in a workers housing area. His family and 2-3 other had to share a two room flat with him. The circumstances where really bad. Trash was thrown through the windows on the narrow street and almost never cleaned. In their house they probably did not even have any books, since they in most cases couldnt read.
Basically their housing was terrible. In their little amount of spare time (they tried to work as much as possible to get as much money as possible) they talked to each other and other people from other families. They could not afford any kind of entertainment. Maybe once or twice a year. They could go to the PUB, but those are additional costs which they wanted to get rid of. I think they felt that their life was useless. If they would get out more of the idea of just working for sums that are nothing compared to the middle class, maybe they could create something.
Unfortunately they worked to live. If they would stop working, they would die of starvation. They moved from the country-side to the city with hope about a good work, and they received nothing. Their life is basically a survival. They do of course have each other, but thats all I would say. The education during the Industrial Revolution did not develop that much in the beginning. Changes did not occur until late 1800. Schools were only for rich people before and in the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Basically it was too expensive for the working class to afford an education for their kids.
Children of upper class members first had a nurse at home learning them the basics, and then they went to public schools or boarding schools to then go to the university, preferably Oxford or Cambridge. Girls could attend schools after 1850 before that they were learning how to take care of a house and how to easily attract a man. Poor people used the charity schools to receive some kind of education. It was better than nothing. A number of 1/15 of all kids in the city going to school 1780 changed to almost all children going to school 1880. In one century such a major change.
Really it is a very good development. This was thanks to the government that gave schools money to take in students who did not afford any extra costs. School boards were set up 1870 to stand for the countries education. An important law was passed in 1880 by the government stating that all children under the age of ten must attend school until they reach the age of ten. Later on, in 1893 the limit was raised to 11 years and in 1899 it was raised to 12 years. This is how the education progressed in the 19th century. This could have been done faster if the government would have come to a decision sooner.
This would not make Britain only lead the worlds export, but also the worlds intelligence would be gathered there.
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