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miseries of the Marhalsea, of White-chapel, and of the other inferiour prisons

miseries of the Marhalsea, of White-chapel, and of the other inferiour prisons

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Published by W. Osborn in (London) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Caption title The miseries of the Marshalsea: or the prisoner"s advocate. Part II at beginning of text, which repeatedly refers to The prisoner"s advocate which may have formed part I of the work.

Statement(Anon.).
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20352359M

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Of White-chapel this from a library. The poor man's lawyer: or, laws relating to the inferior courts laid open.: Shewing how every man arrested or in prison in the counters, Marshalsea, White-Chapel, or other inferior prisons, for causes of action not arising within their respective jurisdictions, may discharge himsel altho' judgment and Execution be had against him.

in the Marshalsea and Whitechapel had recently attracted much attention, and an act of had brought some relief.3 Eighteenth century philanthropy here turned its attention to ancient and familiar abuses; the " miseries and afflictions of imprisonment " had long inspired complaint and ineffectual suggestions for reform Get this from a library.

The poor man's lawyer: or, laws of White-chapel to the inferior courts laid open: Shewing how every man arrested or in prison in the counters, Marshalsea or other inferior prisons, for causes of action not arising within their respective jurisdictions, may discharge himself altho' judgment be had against him.

With reasons for punishing gaolers, and for regulating. There would be mutinies against oppressive Keepers at the Marshalsea in and and perhaps at other times too.

65 In the Office of Works reported to the Lords of the Treasury on the ‘very ruinous’ condition of the gaol, ‘unsafe for the Custody and very prejudicial to the Health of the Prisoners’, but little seems to have Cited by: 8.

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