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Author Pillet, René Martin, 1762-1816.

Title L'Angleterre vue à Londres et dans ses provinces : pendant un séjour de dix années, dont six comme prisonnier de guerre / par m. le maréchal-de-camp Pillet.

Published Paris : Chez A. Eymery, 1815.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/BX  309.142 P641    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description xiii, 498 pages ; 22 cm
Notes Ferguson, 622.
History notes "The author wounded at Vimiera (1808) was afterwards conveyed to England and confined on board the Brunswick hulk, at Chatham, where he displayed a bitter hatred of England, her gaols and gaolers and other institutions. There are several chapters upon crime and its punishments. Among these is one on Botany Bay, and others upon the hulks at Chatham, and the treatment of prisoners of war, which, in his experience, was very bad" - Ferguson, 622.
Subject Brunswick (Prison hulk)
Prisoners of war -- France -- Care -- England -- Chatham.
Prisoners of war -- England -- Chatham.
Prison hulks -- England -- Chatham.
Prisons -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.