Poor -- England -- Poetry. : All things be dear but poor mens labour; or, the sad complaint of poor people. : Being a true relation of the dearness of all kinds of food, to the great grief and sorrow of many thousands in this nation. Likewise, the uncharitableness of rich men to the poor. This song was begun at Worcester, the middle at Shrewsbury, the end at Coventry. / By L. W. To the tune of, Hold buckle and thong together.
Poor -- England -- Cambridge. : The great duty of labour and work : and The Necessity there is at present for agreeing and fixing upon some Plan for a general work-house for the poor of this Place; Urged and illustrated in a Sermon Preached before the Corporation of Cambridge, in the Parish Church of St. Andrew the Great, Jan. 27. A. D. 1750-1. And published at the Request of the Audience. By John Micklebourgh, B. D. Minister of the said Parish.
Poor -- England -- Chester. : Copy of a letter from the Duke of Portland : to the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Chester, and of His Lordship's letter, directing the same to be laid before the magistrates for the said county, at their general quarter-sessions, on the 14th Jan. 1800, for the purpose of alleviating the distresses of the poor, from the effects of the late unfavourable harves,, by the substitution of soup and other food, in lieu of bread corn; and copy of several suggestions transmitted by the Duke of Portland to the Lord Lieutenant, on the same subject: printed pursuant to an order made at the said quarter sessions.
Poor -- England -- Clapham -- Early works to 1800. : Rules and regulations of the Society for Bettering the Condition of the Poor : at Clapham, Surrey, instituted February 11, 1799. To which is prefixed, an account of the origin and designs of the society.
Poor -- England -- Devonshire -- Early works to 1800. : A Devonshire hospital : being a treatise, shewing how the poor of the county of Devon may be maintained and provided for, ... in a better and more plentiful manner than now they are, .. By a Philo Devonian. ...
Poor -- England -- Hertford -- Early works to 1800. : To the Mayor, Aldermen and commonality of the borough of Hertford. Appellants. Edward Hurst, and John Gray, for and on the behalf of themselves and the rest of the poor of the same borough. Respondants. The appellant's case..
Poor -- England -- History -- Early works to 1800. : The loyall subject; or Truths alarum sounded before justice and equity. : Being a word in season to the kings friends, and another to them that pretend themselves so. Presented to His Majesty, and to the High Court of Parliament / written by Capt. Charles Hammond, one of the truly indigent officers.
Poor -- England -- London -- Economic condition -- Early works to 1800. : The state of indigence, and the situation of the casual poor in the metropolis, explained : With reasons assigned why the prevailing system, with respect to this unfortunate class of the community, contributes, in a considerable degree, to the increase and multiplication of crimes: with suggestions, shewing the necessity and utility of an establishment of pauper police, immediately applicable to the casual poor, under the management of responsible commissioners. With their functions explained. By P. Colquhoun, LL.D.