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Francoise Barret-Ducrocq says that "the use of wet nurses and baby minders was common practice among people" (i.e. women) "who had to carry on working"

Reference: Barret-Ducrocq, Francoise (Trans. John Howe) Love in the Time of Victoria: Sexuality and Desire Among Working-Class Men and Women in Nineteenth-Century London (Penguin Books, 1992) p135

 

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