The Liverpool Underworld: Crime in the City, 1750-1900

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The Liverpool Underworld: Crime in the City, 1750-1900
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables ix
  • List of Abbreviations x
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preface xiii
  • ‘Ghastly Statistics’ – a Word of Warning xviii
  • One - The Black Spot on the Mersey 1
  • Two - Policing 11
  • Three - Prison and Punishment 26
  • Four - Children and Women in the Justice System 44
  • Five - ‘The Scum of Ireland’ 58
  • Six - Protest, Riot and Disorder 69
  • Seven - The Lowest Circle of Hell 89
  • Eight - The Demon Drink 103
  • Nine - Violence 118
  • Ten - Maritime Crime 137
  • Eleven - Street Robbery 152
  • Twelve - Burglary and Property Theft 168
  • Thirteen - Poaching Wars 181
  • Fourteen - Scams 193
  • Fifteen - Victorian Family Values 212
  • Sixteen - The Devil’s Children 228
  • Seventeen - Gangs and Anti-Social Behaviour 242
  • Eighteen - Prostitution 253
  • Nineteen - Sport and Gambling 272
  • Conclusion 287
  • Notes 291
  • Bibliography 328
  • Index 346
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