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Presents narratives of the poor in eighteenth-century Britain. This collection covers the period from the early eighteenth century through to the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834 and includes transcriptions of hand-written first-hand representations of poverty to poor law officials.
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Deborah A. Symonds is Associate Professor of History at Drake University.Review:
'All five volumes have much to offer the student of both eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century social welfare systems and cultures of everyday life. Taken individually, each volume provides not only a valuable research resource - which alone should justify the cost - but also a useful teaching tool.' Journal of Historical Geography 'The introductions and bibliographies contained in the collection offer readers a well-balanced understanding of the current state of British social history. [The editors] provide the reader with a comprehensive picture of poverty in eighteenth-century Britain.' British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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