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Poor laws -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. -- Great Britain
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"Give it a fair trial".

[England? : s.n., 1837?] (Huddersfield : T. Kemp)
1837?
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The horrible cruelty of the New Poor Law, or, A scene in the Bath Union Bastille
Simple, Peter, R.N
Bath : Sold by Miss Williams, [1837?]
1837?
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An Interesting dialogue between the poor-law commissioner and the poor people that apply for relief

[England? : s.n., 1845?]
1845?
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View extraordinary of Sir John's Huddersfield menagerie of political houhynims, ourang outangs, kangaroos, lizards, camelions, crocadiles, locusts, and hyænas, with a variety of other sectarian oddities of dissent, cantwells, mawworms, boobies, humbugs, and hypocrites, in the Broughamic order of democracy ...
Hanson, John, socialist
Leeds : Printed, for the benefit of all parties, by J. Hobson, 1837
1837
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