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Entries Labeled: Poor Law Board (15)

 

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Infirm

The Aged and Infirm and the Poor Law Board In this issue about the aged and infirm, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: We have shown that neither the Report of 1834 nor the Central Authority between 1834 and 1847 even suggested any departure from the common practice of [...]

Categories: I and su1. Tags: IN, Poor Law Board, and Poor Laws.



Poor Law Board

In this issue about poor law board, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: We have seen that between 1834 and 1847 the Central Authority settled down to a certain empirical policy as to the administration of relief, which was embodied, as regards workhouse management throughout [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PO, Poor Law Board, and Poor Laws.



Position in 1871

The Position in 1871 and the Poor Law Board In this issue about the position in 1871, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: In 1867 the Poor Law Board, which had been continued from time to time by temporary statutes, was made permanent, and in 1871 it was merged in a new and [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PO, Poor Law Board, and Poor Laws.



The Sick

The Sick and the Poor Law Board In this issue about the sick, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: We have shown that, between 1834 and 1847, it was not contemplated that persons actually sick would be received in the workhouse, and that there was no trace in the documents of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Long Read, Poor Law Board, Poor Laws, and TH.



Vagrants

History of Vagrants The following concept of Vagrants may be usefull here:Able-bodied people who were unemployed (generally without a master). Vagrancy Acts were passed to control the unemployed. Vagrants could face criminal charges, and be pressed into military service or transported to the [...]

Categories: su1 and V. Tags: History, Local Government Board, Long Read, Poor Law Board, Poor Law Commissioners, Poor Laws, Revolution of 1834, and VA.