An enquiry into the causes of the late increase of robbers, &c

with some proposals for remedying this growing evil. ... By Henry Fielding, ...
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New York, AMS Press, An Enquiry into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, and Related Writings provides critical unmodernized texts of Henry Fielding's legal and social pamphlets during the period towhen Fielding served as magistrate for the City and Liberty of Westminster and County of by: An Enquiry into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers, and Related Writings provides critical unmodernized texts of Henry Fielding's legal and social pamphlets during the period towhen Fielding served as magistrate for the City and Liberty of Westminster and County of Middlesex.

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THE PREFACE. Close section AN ENQUIRY INTO THE CAUSES of the late Increase of ROBBERS, &c. INTRODUCTION. SECT. Of too frequent and expensive Diversions among the Lower Kind of People. Buy An Enquiry Into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers by Fielding Henry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Henley (London, ), vol. 13, p. Fielding might have added that the criminal-hero also enjoyed the amorous admiration of the fair: when clever Tom Clinch rode by "The Maids to the Doors and the Balconies ran, / And said, lack-a-day. he's a proper young Man"; according to Mrs. Peachum "The. An enquiry into the causes of the late increase of robbers, &c with some proposals for remedying this growing evil: in which the present reigning vices are impartially exposed, and the laws that relate to the provision for the poor, and to the punishment of felons are largely and freely examined / by: Fielding, Henry,   In the novelist and Magistrate of Westminster, Henry Fielding () published An Enquiry into the Causes of the Late Increase of Robbers.

‘The great Increase of Robberies within these few years,’ he wrote, was ‘an Evil which appears to deserve some attention.’ Crime did receive much attention from eighteenth-century contemporaries such as Fielding. An Enquiry Into The Causes Of The Late Increase Of Robbers, Etc.

by Henry Fielding,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Second Thoughts Are Best: or, a Further Improvement of a Late Scheme to Prevent Street Robberies is a pamphlet by Daniel wrote it under the name of Andrew Moreton Esq., presented as a dissatisfied middle-class old man extremely concerned about the increase in criminality around the s.

As in other essays, such as Every-body’s Business, Is No-Body’s Business (), The Author: Daniel Defoe. Cjus STUDY. PLAY. 4th amendment. problems and change them by spreading the word of social and criminal problems in london he published a book called Enquiry into the causes of the late increase in robbers - which was one of the first publications to examine crime and also wrote a book in A treatise on the police of the metropolis.

Charles Gray FRS (baptised 20 September in Colchester, Essex, England – 12 December ) was a lawyer, antiquary and Tory Member of Parliament for Colchester. Gray was baptised inthe only son of George Gray, a glazier and local landowner, and his wife Elizabeth. He was educated at Colchester Royal Grammar School frombefore possibly spending some time at Cambridge Born: Baptised 20 SeptemberColchester, Essex.

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