3 edition of Poor Sir Edward found in the catalog.
Poor Sir Edward
George A. Birmingham
|Statement||George A. Birmingham [pseud].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
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The Law and the Poor is an odd book. It enumerates some of the ways by which the British legal system into the s either excluded or oppressed the poorer clases. Parry dwells at tedious length with the debacle that was debtors' prison, but has no solution but a belief that time will somehow mediate not only the problem of debtors' prison but all other legal inequities/5(2).
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Full catalog record Pages: ByLady Unton was enjoying poor mental health and Sir Edward seems to have thrown himself into Courtly life and offices in London. The following year, he served the office of Sheriff of Berkshire, being the first Sheriff for that county alone, on its separation in that respect from Oxfordshire.