An Account of the Money Expended for the Maintenance and Relief of the Poor in every Parish, Township, or other Place in England and Wales, for five years, ending 25th March 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, and 1834, respectively, to which is prefixed, the Amount of the Estimates of the Annual Value of Real Property assessed April 1815 for the Purposes of the Property Tax.

  • (Poor Law)
  • [London]: 25th September 1835

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Description

Folio, pp. 267, [1]. Contemporary half mid-brown calf, marbled boards, spine with green morocco label. Somewhat spotted and browned. Marbled paper on front board largely defective, a piece torn from corner of rear board as well, but otherwise just a little bit rubbed. Shelfmark stamp of the Earls of Lovelace at Ben Damph Forest.

Notes

The Poor Law returns for the first half of the 1830s.

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