3 edition of Thirty-fifth to forty-ninth reports from the Select Committee on the Poor Law Amendment Act found in the catalog.
Thirty-fifth to forty-ninth reports from the Select Committee on the Poor Law Amendment Act
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Poor Law Amendment Act.
|Series||British parliamentary papers, poor law -- 5., 1837-38 (428) -- vol. 18., 1837-38 (429) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (439) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (452) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (469) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (479) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (501) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (518) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (526) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (579) -- vol. 18, part 3., 1837-38 (625) -- vol. 18, part 3., IUP library of fundamental source books|
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battered baby syndrome) Second report of the Law Reform Committee of South Australia: (Amendments to the Oaths Act, ). [Part I.] PROGRESS OF THE LAW. We do not think it necessary to prefix to the statement of the result of our inquiries any account of the provisions of the 43d of Elizabeth, c.
2, or of the subsequent Acts for the relief of the Edition: current; Page:  poor. Those Acts are well known, and are to be found in almost every treatise on the Poor Laws, and we have inserted the 43d of Elizabeth in The system was reviewed by the Royal Commission on the Poor Law () 1 whose recommendations were given substance by the Poor Law Amendment Act of This was a compromise between central control and local administration by boards of guardians formed by uniting parishes too small to run an independent workhouse Appendix 5: Committee reports and inquiries The following table summarises the activities of the House of Representatives and joint committees of the Forty-fourth Parliament in – Scrutiny committees, Forty-fourth Parliament, –16 /Annual_Reports/_Annual_Report/Appendixes/Appendix_5.
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