The Transformation of Criminal Justice, Philadelphia, 1800-1880

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An Address from the Managers of the House of Refuge to Their Fellow Citizens. Philadelphia, 1826.
Address of the Pennsylvania State Temperance Society. Philadelphia, 1834.
The Almighty Dollar; or, the Brilliant Exploits of a Killer. Philadelphia, 1847.
Annual Message of the Honorable Richard Vaux. Philadelphia, 1857.
Annual Report of the American Emigrant's Friend Society. 1852.
Annual Report of the Chief of Police. Philadelphia, 1856.
Annual Reports of the Eastern State Penitentiary. Philadelphia, 1833-64.
Annual Reports of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1829-62.
Annual Reports of the Managers of the Magdalen Society. Philadelphia, 1838-65.
Annual Reports of the Managers of the Rosine Association. Philadelphia, 1848- 63.
Annual Reports of the Philadelphia County Prison. Philadelphia, 1848-72.
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vi
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction: the Greatest Luxury of All 1
  • Part I the Duality of Criminal Justice 11
  • 1. Courtrooms and Cases 13
  • Part Ii the World of Private Prosecution 35
  • 2. the Aldermen and Primary Justice 37
  • 3. the Courts of Record 56
  • 4. the Weakness of Court Officials 79
  • 5. Politics and Private Prosecution, 1800-1850 92
  • Part III the Rise of State Prosecution 117
  • 6. the Origins of Police Authority 119
  • 7. Consolidation and Compromise 150
  • Part Iv the Decline of Private Prosecution 169
  • 8. the Impact of Consolidation 171
  • 9. the Transformation of Primary Justice 196
  • Epilogue 224
  • Appendix 233
  • Notes 251
  • Bibliography 307
  • Index 323
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