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Author Bailey, Victor, author.

Title Nineteenth-century crime and punishment. Volume I, Crime and criminals / Victor Bailey
Published Abingdon [England] : Routledge, [2022]
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Contents Part 1. Crime numbers : -- 1. "First Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire as to the Best Means of Establishing an Efficient Constabulary Force," 1839, excerpts -- 2. Archibald Alison, "Imprisonment and Transportation: The Increase of Crime," 1844, excerpt -- 3. Anon., "The Statistics of Female Crime," 1858 -- 4. Mayhew and Binny, The Criminal Prisons of London, 1862, excerpt -- 5. W.D. Morrison, "The Increase of Crime," 1892 -- 6. E.F. Du Cane, "The Decrease of Crime," 1893 -- 7. "Report from the Departmental Committee on Prisons," 1895, excerpt -- Part 2. Types of crime : -- Part 2.1. Juvenile crime -- 8. Stephen Lushington, evidence to "Report from the Select Committee on the State of the Gaols," 1819, excerpt -- 9. John Wade, Treatise on the Police and Crimes of the Metropolis, 1829, excerpt -- 10. W.A. Miles, evidence of thieves, c. 1835 -- 11. W.A. Miles, two female cases, c. 1837 -- Part 2.2. Female crime -- 12. Violent theft: robbery, 29 May 1828, Mary Young, aged 22 -- 13. Theft: pocketpicking, Oct. 1840, Mary Bailey, aged 18; theft: stealing from master, May 1842, Elizabeth Jones, aged 14 -- 14. Killing: infanticide, 9 April 1829, Martha Barrett, aged 36 -- 15. Edwin Lankester, "Infanticide," 1866 -- 16. "Dr. Lankester on Child Murder," 1866 -- 17. Henry Mayhew, statement of a prostitute, London Labour and the London Poor, 1862 -- 18. Rev. G.P. Merrick, Work Among the Fallen as Seen in the Prison Cell, 1890, excerpts -- Part 2.3. Social crime -- 19. George Bishop, Observations, Remarks, and Means, to Prevent Smuggling, 1783, excerpts -- 20. Royal offences: tax offences, 27 Feb. 1788, John Bishop -- 21. W.A. Miles on Cheshire wrecking, 1837 -- Part 2.4. Ethnic crime -- 22. "First Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire as to the Best Means of Establishing an Efficient Constabulary Force," 1839, excerpt -- 23. Board of Trade (Alien Immigration), "Reports on the Volume and Effects of Recent Immigration from Eastern Europe Into the U.K.," 1894, excerpts -- Part 3. Causes of crime : -- 24. William Mainwaring, An Address to the Grand Jury of the County of Middlesex, 1785, excerpts -- 25. P. Colquhoun, A Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis, 1797, excerpt -- 26. Anon., Observations on a Late Publication: Intituled A Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis, 1800, excerpts -- 27. W.A. Miles, A Letter to Lord John Russell Concerning Juvenile Delinquency, 1837, excerpt -- 28. Archibald Alison, "Causes of the Increase of Crime," 1844 -- 29. "First Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire as to the Best Means of Establishing an Efficient Constabulary Force," 1839, excerpt -- 30. Rev. John Clay, "On the Effect of Good or Bad Times on Committals to Prison," 1855 -- 31. Richard Hussey Walsh, "A Deduction from the Statistics of Crime for the Last Ten Years," 1857 -- 32. W.D. Morrison, "The Study of Crime," 1892, excerpt -- Part 4. Dangerous and criminal classes : -- 33. Archibald Alison, "Causes of the Increase of Crime," 1844, excerpts -- 34. Jelinger Symons, Tactics for the Times: As Regards the Condition and Treatment of the Dangerous Classes, 1849, excerpts -- 35. Thomas Plint, Crime in England, Its Relation, Character, and Extent, 1851, excerpt -- 36. Henry Mayhew, evidence to the "Select Committee on Transportation," 1856, excerpts -- 37. Henry Mayhew, "Statement of a Returned Convict," 1861 -- 38. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, Religious Influences, Vol. 2, 1902, excerpts -- 39. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, Poverty, Vol. 1, 1902, excerpts -- 40. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London, Poverty, Vol. 1, 1902, excerpt -- 41. Henrietta O. Barnett, "East London and Crime," 1888, excerpt -- Part 5. The born criminal : -- 42. Lieut.-Col. E.F. Du Cane, "Address on Repression of Crime," 1875, excerpt -- 43. J.B. Thomson, "The Hereditary Nature of Crime," 1870, excerpt -- 44. Havelock Ellis, The Criminal, 1913, excerpts -- 45. H.B. Simpson, "Crime and Punishment," 1896, excerpt -- 46. Sir Evelyn Ruggles-Brise, "A Criminological Inquiry in English Prisons," 1921, excerpt
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Crime -- 19th century
Punishment -- 19th century
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429995695
9780429995699