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Correspondence : 1821-1873.

Verfasser/in: John Clay
Ausgabe/Format   Archivmaterial : Englisch
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Letters to Clay during the 1840s and 1850s and to his son, Walter Lowe Clay, in the 1860s, concerning the causes and prevention of crime, prison reform, alcoholism, the condition of the laboring classes, and the roles of the church and of secular and religious education in combating crime. Correspondents include Charles Adderly, Lord Brooke, Mary Carpenter, William Shove Chalk, Sir Smith Child, George Combe, Emily  Weiterlesen…
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Name: Walter Lowe Clay; Charles Bowyer Adderly; Mary Carpenter; William Shove Chalk; Smith Child, Sir.; George Combe; Emily Davies; Augustus De Morgan; George Y Dixon; John Just; John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow; George William Lyttelton Lyttelton, Baron; Eliza Meteyard; John Stuart Mill; Ogle William Moore; John Somerset Pakington Hampton, Baron; John Wilson-Patten Winmarleigh, Baron; John Richardson Porter; Samuel Redgrave; James Harrison Rigg; Charles Savile Roundell; Robert A Slaney; W C Taylor; Georg Varrentrapp; J E Eardley-Wilmot, Sir
Dokumenttyp: Archivarische Materialien
Alle Autoren: John Clay
OCLC-Nummer: 19465762
Beschreibung: 38 items.

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Letters to Clay during the 1840s and 1850s and to his son, Walter Lowe Clay, in the 1860s, concerning the causes and prevention of crime, prison reform, alcoholism, the condition of the laboring classes, and the roles of the church and of secular and religious education in combating crime. Correspondents include Charles Adderly, Lord Brooke, Mary Carpenter, William Shove Chalk, Sir Smith Child, George Combe, Emily Davies, Augustus De Morgan, George Dixon, Lord Ebrington, Lord Ingestre, John Just, Lord Lifford, John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow, Lord Lyttelton, Eliza Meteyard, John Stuart Mill, Professor Mittermaier, Ogle William Morre, John Somerset Pakington, John Wilson-Patten, John Richardson Porter, Samuel Redgrave, James Harrison Rigg, Charles Savile Roundell, Lord Sandon, Robert A. Slaney, William Cooke Taylor, Georg Varrentrapp, and Sir John Eardley-Wilmot.

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