Progress and Poverty: An Economic and Social History of Britain, 1700-1850

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23.
P. King, "'Decision Makers and Decision Making in the English Criminal Law, 1750-1800'", Historical Journal, 27 ( 1984), 29.
24.
J. Beattie, Crime and the Courts in England, 1660-1800 ( Princeton, NJ, 1986), 507.
25.
The phrase of J. Massie, quoted ibid. 553.
26.
John Howard, quoted ibid. 572.
27.
Quoted in P. Dunkley, The Crisis of the Old Poor Law in England, 1795-1834 ( New York, 1982), 99.
28.
P. Mandler, "'The Making of the New Poor Law Redivivus'", Past and Present, 117 ( 1987), 157.
29.
C. Behagg, Politics and Production in the Early Nineteenth Century ( 1990), 6.
30.
A. Randall, Before the Luddites: Custom, Community and Machinery in the English Woollen Industry, 1776-1809 ( Cambridge, 1991), 183.
31.
The phrases are from D. Bythell, The Handloom Weavers ( Cambridge, 1969), 180.
32.
I. Prothero, Artisans and Politics in Early Nineteenth-Century London: John Gast and his Times (Folkestone, 1979), 68.
33.
A. Briggs, "'The Local Background to Chartism,'", in A. Briggs (ed.), Chartist Studies ( 1959), 26.
34.
Quoted in Dinwiddy, From Luddism to the First Reform Bill, 73.
35.
G. Stedman Jones, Language of Class: Studies in English Working-Class History, 1832-1982 ( Cambridge, 1983) 16.

FURTHER READING

Apfel, W., and Dunkley, P., 'English Rural Society and the New Poor Law: Bedfordshire, 1834-47', Social History, 10 ( 1985).

Aspinall, A., The Early English Trade Unions ( 1949).

Beattie, J., Crime and the Courts in England, 1660-1800 ( Princeton, NJ, 1986).

----- 'The Pattern of Crime in England, 1660-1800', Past and Present, 62 ( 1974).

Behagg, C., Politics and Production in the Early Nineteenth Century ( 1990).

Blaug, M., "'The Myth of the Old Poor Law and the Making of the New'", Journal of Economic History, 23 ( 1963).

----- "'The Poor Law Report Re-examined'", Journal of Economic History, 24 ( 1964).

Brewer, J., 'Commercialization and Politics', in N. McKendrick, J. Brewer, and J. H. Plumb , The Birth of a Consumer Society: The Commercialization of Eighteenth-Century England ( 1982).

----- The Sinews of Power: War, Money and the English State, 1688-1783 ( 1989).

-----and Styles, J. (eds.), An Ungovernable People: The English and their Law in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries ( 1980).

Briggs, A. (ed.), Chartist Studies ( 1959).

Brock, M., The Great Reform Act ( 1973).

Brundage, A., 'The English Poor Law of 1834 and the Cohesion of Agricultural Society', Agricultural History, 48 ( 1974).

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