Crime, justice, and discretion in England, 1740-1820 /
The criminal law has often been as central to the rule of the eighteenth-century landed élite. Within detailed studies of every stage of the criminal process this volume explores key issues as who used the law, for what purposes, and with what effects. It then challenges the view that the law was p...
Oxford [UK] ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
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