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Entries Labeled: Poor Laws (39)

 

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1834 Report

The 1834 Report and the 1834 Report In this issue about the 1834 report, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: The proposals of the Commissioners of 1834 were either formal recommendations, exceptionally displayed in prominent type, or suggestions scattered among the pages [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, RE, Revolution of 1834, and Short Read.



Act of 1834 and Its Amendments

The Act of 1834 and its Amendments In this issue about the act of 1834 and its amendments, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: The marked feature of this period is the paucity of statutory enactment affecting relief. Only four statutes contain any provisions on the subject [...]

Categories: A and su1. Tags: AC, Poor Laws, and Revolution of 1834.



Aged

The Aged and Infirm and the Poor Law Commissioners In this issue about the aged and infirm, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: As with the sick, so with the aged and infirm, neither the Report nor the Act of 1834 had suggested any change in the current policy of outdoor [...]

Categories: A and su1. Tags: AG, Local Government Board, Long Read, Poor Law Commissioners, and Poor Laws.



Contrast between1834 and 1907

The Contrast between 1834 and 1907 and the Principles of 1907 In this issue about the contrast between 1834 and 1907, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: It is not without interest to contrast the three principles of 1834 with the three principles of 1907. In both cases the [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CO and Poor Laws.



Departures From the Principles of 1834

The Departures From the Principles of 1834 and the Principles of 1907 In this issue about the departures from the principles of 1834, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: The principles of the 1834 Report, to which different people will assign different degrees of scope or [...]

Categories: D and su1. Tags: DE, Long Read, and Poor Laws.



Impotent

The Aged and Impotent (or Infirm) and the 1834 Report In this issue about the aged and impotent (or infirm), the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: An almost similar absence of proposals is to be noted with regard to the aged and impotent. The current practice was to deal with [...]

Categories: I and su1. Tags: IM, Poor Laws, and Revolution of 1834.



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.



Local Government Board

Local Government Board History Set up in 1871 it took over responsibility for all aspects of local government from various ministries and the Poor Law Board. Succeeded by the Ministry of Health in 1919. In this issue about local government board, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, L, and su1. Tags: British History, Featured, LO, Local Administration, Local Administrative Law, Local Government, Local Government Board, Local Government Law, Local Law, Long Read, and Poor Laws.



National Uniformity

National Uniformity and the 1834 Report In this issue about national uniformity, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: The most revolutionary principle of the Report of 1834-the fundamental basis alike of the Act of 1834 and of the policy of the Central Authority-was that of [...]

Categories: N and su1. Tags: NA, Poor Laws, and Revolution of 1834.



New Principles Unknown in 1834

New Principles Unknown in 1834 and the Principles of 1907 In this issue about new principles unknown in 1834, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: In the policy of the Central Authority, as we find it in 1907 in the statutes, orders and circulars in force, there are [...]

Categories: N and su1. Tags: Long Read, NE, and Poor Laws.



Plea for A Single Destitution Authority

The Plea for a Single Destitution Authority and the Majority Report of the Royal Commission of 1905-1909 In this issue about the plea for a single destitution authority, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: When, however, we study the detailed recommendations of the Majority [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PL, Poor Laws, and Royal Commissions.



Poor Law Authority

Poor Law Authority and the Majority Report of the Royal Commission of 1905-1909 In this issue about poor law authority, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: We have described how the Majority Report of the Royal Commission professedly accepts the Principles of 1907, but [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PO, Poor Laws, and Royal Commissions.



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.



Poor Law Commissioners

In this issue about poor law commissioners, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: It had, as we have seen, been left to the Poor Law Commissioners to formulate their own policy, with the guidance of the Report of 1834. This policy is, during the ensuing thirteen years, to be [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: PO, Poor Law Commissioners, 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.



Principle of Prevention

The Principle of Prevention and the Majority Report of the Royal Commission of 1905-1909 In this issue about the principle of prevention, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: From the Minority Report proposals, thus succinctly put, we have so far omitted what is really the [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Long Read, Poor Laws, PR, and Royal Commissions.



Principles of 1834

The Principles of 1834 and the 1834 Report In this issue about the principles of 1834, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: To sum up the principles of administration recommended for adoption in the Report of 1834, omitting minor recommendations and incidental qualifications, [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, PR, and Revolution of 1834.



Principles of 1907

In this issue about principles of 1907, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: It is unnecessary to attempt to summarise the policy of the Central Authority from 1847 to 1907, in the manner adopted for the inaugural period, 1835 to 1847. The policy of the last sixty years is so [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, PR, and Royal Commissions.



Problem of Destitution

The Moral Factor in the Problem of Destitution and the Majority Report of the Royal Commission of 1905-1909 In this issue about the moral factor in the problem of destitution, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: There are those who see in this proposal to break up the Poor [...]

Categories: P and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, PR, and Royal Commissions.



Reversion to 1834

The Reversion to 1834 and the Majority Report of the Royal Commission of 1905-1909 In this issue about the reversion to 1834, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: With this clue to their meaning, it becomes possible to understand the main constructive proposals of the [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Long Read, Poor Laws, RE, and Royal Commissions.



Revolution of 1834

Revolution of 1834 and the 1834 Report In this issue about revolution of 1834, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: It is unnecessary for us even to refer to the disastrous chaos into which the Poor Law and its local administration had in 1832 fallen, or to the events which [...]

Categories: R and su1. Tags: Poor Laws, RE, Revolution of 1834, and Short Read.



The Able-bodied

The Able-bodied and the Local Government Board In this issue about the able-bodied, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: National Uniformity In the absence of new Statutes, and of alterations in the General Orders relating to the relief by boards of guardians of the [...]

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



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.