Julian, -1733. : Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts.
Julian, d. 1733. : Advice from the dead to the living: or, A solemn warning to the world. [electronic resource] : Occasioned by the untimely death of poor Julian, who was executed on Boston Neck, on Thursday the 22d. of March, 1733. for the murder of Mr. John Rogers of Pembroke, the 12th of September, 1732. : Very proper to be read by all persons, but especially young people, and servants of all sorts.
Poor -- Law and legislation -- England -- Periodicals -- Early works to 1800. : Pigs' meat; or, lessons for the swinish multitude. : Published in weekly penny numbers, collected by the poor man's advocate (an old veteran in the cause of freedom) in the course of his reading for more than twenty years. Intended to promote among the labouring part of mankind proper ideas of their situation, of their importance, and of their rights. And to convince them that their forlorn condition has not been entirely overlooked and forgotten, nor their just cause unpleaded, neither by their maker not by the best and most enlightened of men in all ages.
Poor laws -- Belgium -- Ypres -- Early works to 1800. : The forme and maner of subue[n]tion or helping for pore people : deuysed and practysed i[n] the cytie of Hypres in Flaunders, whiche forme is auctorised by the Emperour, [and] approued by the facultie of diuinitie in Paris. Cu[m] priuilegio regali.
Poor laws (Canon law) : Medieval poor law : a sketch of canonical theory and its application in England / by Brian Tierney.
Poor laws -- England -- 17th century -- Sources. : An address from the justices of the peace of the county of Middlesex : as it was ordered by the court at Hicks's Hall, and humbly presented to his Majesty by the body of the said justices, on Monday the eighteenth of April, 1681, with his Majesties gracious answer.
Poor laws -- England -- Cases. : Report of the late important trial in the Court of King's Bench, in which Sir Charles Merrik Burrell, Bart., was plaintiff, and Henry John Nicholson, the defendant : respecting the parochial rates claimed by the Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, from the inhabitants of Richmond Terrace : tried before the Right Hon. Sir Thomas Denman, Knt., C.J., and a special jury at Westminster Hall, on Monday, the 9th of December, 1833 / taken in short hand by Francis N. Walsh.