The Principle of the English Poor Laws: Illustrated and Defended, by an Historical View of Indigence in Civil Society ... to which are Added Observations on the State of the Indigent Poor in Ireland, and the Existing Institutions for Their Relief
Longman, 1830 - 202 sider
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