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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Brewer; John A Styles
|Description:||400 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Two concepts of order: justices, constables, and jurymen in seventeenth-century England / Keith Wrightson --
Grain riots and popular attitudes to the law: Maldon and the crisis of 1629 / John Walter --
'A set of ungovernable people': the Kingswood colliers in the eighteenth century / Robert W. Malcolmson --
The Wilkites and the law, 1763-74: a study of radical notions of governance / John Brewer --
'Our traitorious money makers': the Yorkshire coiners and the law, 1760-83 / John Styles --
The King's Bench prison in the later eighteenth century: law, authority, and order in a London debtors' prison / Joanna Innes.
|Responsibility:||edited by John Brewer and John Styles.|