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Convict discipline : appendix to part I : copy of a letter addressed by Sir James Graham ... to the Committee of Visitors of Parkhurst Prison
Bib ID 2131050
Format BookBook
Author
Graham, James, Sir, 1792-1861
 
Description [London?] : House of Commons, 1843 
2 p., ; 33 cm. 
Series

[Parliamentary papers / House of Commons] ; no. 171

Notes

Cover title.

One of Library's copies in v. 4 of a 12 volume set with binder's title : Great Britain. Parliamentary papers. Convicts and transportation.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 3620

Subjects Parkhurst Prison.  |  Convicts - Great Britain - Discipline.  |  Convicts - Tasmania - Discipline.  |  Juvenile corrections - Great Britain.  |  Juvenile corrections - Tasmania.  |  Tasmania - History - 1803-1851 - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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