Crime and law and order in Mid-Victorian Portsmouth

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Portsmouth City Council , Portsmouth
StatementF. H. Edwards.
SeriesPortsmouth papers -- 55
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Open LibraryOL17269261M
ISBN 100901559784
OCLC/WorldCa22577233

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31 pages, illustrated. Size: " x ". The Portsmouth Papers No. 55 Crime and Law and Order in Mid-Victorian Portsmouth F. Edwards Published by Portsmouth City Council, Portsmouth (). This book explores the relationship between the justice system and local society at a time when the Industrial Revolution was changing the characteristics of mid Wales.

Crime, Courts and Community in Mid-Victorian Wales investigates the Welsh nineteenth-century experiences of both the high-born and the low within the context of law. This book explores the relationship between the justice system and local society at a time after the Industrial Revolution had changed the characteristics of mid Wales.

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