REFORMATORIES AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS COMMISSION REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS

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. Blue paper wrap. "British Parliamentary Paper C 3876 88pp together with Vol II. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE. 795pp. The Commission concluded that the establishment of the Reformatory School system in 1854 had led to a marked reduction in juvenile crime. Gangs of young criminals had been broken up and an end had been put to the traning of young boys as professional thieves, ending the 'artful dodger' era.Much on the managent of & conditions in Reformatories & Industrial Schools in the UK & Ireland. Very clean copies." Keywords: "British Parliamentary Papers,Ireland,Blue Books" Two volumes. Folio. Blue paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper C 3876 88pp together with Vol II. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE. 795pp. The Commission concluded that the establishment of the Reformatory School system in 1854 had led to a marked reduction in juvenile crime. Gangs of young criminals had been broken up and an end had been put to the traning of young boys as professional thieves, ending the 'artful dodger' era.Much on the managent of & conditions in Reformatories & Industrial Schools in the UK & Ireland. Very clean copies. Not a first edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description Houses of Parliament, London, 1884. Two volumes. Folio. Attractive cloth binding. Vol I. THE REPORT. British Parliamentary Paper C 3876. 88pp bound with Vol II. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE. C3876-I. 795pp. The Commission concluded that the establishment of the Reformatory School system in 1854 had led to a marked reduction in juvenile crime . Gangs of young criminals had been broken up and an end had been put to the training of young boys as professional thieves, ending the 'artful dodger' era. Much on the management of & conditions in Reformatories & Industrial Schools in the UK & Ireland. Clean copies. Bookseller Inventory # 170481

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