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Penal discipline : three letters suggested by the interest taken in the recent inquiry in Birmingham and published in "The Daily News" 23rd, 24th, and 26th September. / by Captain Maconochie
Bib ID 2513877
Format BookBook
Author
Maconochie, Alexander, 1787-1860
 
Description London : Thomas Harrison, 1853 
24 pages ; 21 cm. 
Notes

National Library of Australia's FC F2798 (FC1) copy is bound with "General views regarding the social system of convict management" (Ferguson 2798) and 16 other titles.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 12111

Subjects Maconochie, Alexander, 1787-1860 -- Correspondence.  |  Criminals -- Rehabilitation.  |  Imprisonment.  |  Prison discipline.

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