This article comes out of an E.S.R.C.-funded project on ‘Ethnicity, crime and justice in England 1700–1825’ (number RES-000-22-2696) in which Peter King was P.I. and John Carter Wood was research fellow.
Black people and the criminal justice system: prejudice and practice in later eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century London†
Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2014
© 2014 Institute of Historical Research
Volume 88, Issue 239, pages 100–124, February 2015
How to Cite
King, P. and Wood, J. C. (2015), Black people and the criminal justice system: prejudice and practice in later eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century London. Historical Research, 88: 100–124. doi: 10.1111/1468-2281.12063
- Issue online: 20 JAN 2015
- Version of Record online: 13 JUL 2014
- an E.S.R.C.-funded project on ‘Ethnicity, crime and justice in England 1700–1825’. Grant Number: RES-000-22-2696
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