The Rise of Scotland Yard: A History of the Metropolitan Police

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THE RISE OF SCOTLAND YARD
A History of the Metropolitan Police

by DOUGLAS G. BROWNE

JOINT AUTHOR OF "BERNARD SPILSBURY" "FINGERPRINTS"

AUTHOR OF "PRIVATE THOMAS ATKINS" "PLAN XVI" "WHAT BECKONING GHOST" "SERGEANT DEATH" ETC.

GEORGE G. HARRAP & CO. LTD LONDON TORONTO WELLINGTON SYDNEY

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 7
  • Illustrations 9
  • BOOK ONE - The Old Police 11
  • 2 - THE TRADING JUSTICE AND THE BIRTH OF BOW STREET 19
  • 3- The Fieldings 25
  • 4 - WILKES, PARLIAMENT, AND THE GORDON RIOTS 34
  • 5- The First Police Magistrates And The River Police 43
  • BOOK TWO - The New Police 53
  • 7- A Second Parliamentary Campaign 63
  • 8- The Birth of Scotland Yard 73
  • 9 - ORGANIZATION AND EARLY TROUBLES 81
  • 10 - A DECADE OF CONSOLIDATION 97
  • 11 - A DETECTIVE OFFICE 113
  • 12- "King" Mayne 128
  • 13 - ROAD, RAIL, AND RUGELEY 152
  • BOOK THREE - The Modern Police 169
  • 15 182
  • 16 - THE COMMISSIONERS AND THE HOME OFFICE 197
  • 17 - NEW SCOTLAND YARD 216
  • 18 - THE 1890's 230
  • 19- Fingerprints and the Beck Case 248
  • 20- Mme D' Angely and Inspector Syme 267
  • 21 - TOTTENHAM AND SIDNEY STREET 279
  • 22- The War Years 291
  • 23- The Mutinies 300
  • 24- Press Attacks and the General Strike 317
  • 25 - LORD BYNG 333
  • 26 - LORD TRENCHARD 344
  • 27 - THE SECOND WORLD WAR 356
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 381
  • Index 383
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