Historical Research

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Edited By: Professor Lawrence Goldman

Online ISSN: 1468-2281

Law and Order: A Special Virtual Issue


Law and Order: A Special Virtual Issue

Enjoy free access to this extensive collection of previously published articles from Historical Research and podcasts from the IHR seminar series, exploring crime, punishment, law and order throughout history.

Sir Thomas West and the Statute of Rapes, 1382
J. B. Post
Volume 53, Issue 127, May 1980

The Nature of Violence in the Middle Ages: an Alternative Perspective
A. J. Finch
Volume 70, Issue 173, October 1997

Pleas of the Crown and the Coroner
R. F. Hunnisett
Volume 32, Issue 86, November 1959

Peace Bonds and the Maintenance of Law and Order in Late Medieval England: the Example of Cheshire
Volume 58, Issue 138, November 1985
Dorothy J. Clayton

The Sequestration of Juries in Early Modern England
Robert Tittler
Volume 61, Issue 146, October 1988

Courts, crime and litigation in the Isle of Man, 1580–1700
J. R. Dickinson and J. A. Sharpe
Volume 72, Issue 178, June 1999

Venetian Law and Order: a Myth?
A. D. Wright
Volume 53, Issue 128, November 1980

The magistrate, the community and the maintenance of an orderly society in eighteenth-century England
Gwenda Morgan and Peter Rushton
Volume 76, Issue 191, February 2003

Whigs and Coppers: the Grey Ministry's National Police Scheme, 1832
D. Philips and R. D. Storch
Volume 67, Issue 162, February 1994

'Prison palaces’: a re-appraisal of early Victorian prisons, 1835–77
M. Heather Tomlinson
Volume 51, Issue 123, May 1978

From menace to celebrity: the English police detective and the press, c.1842–1914
Haia Shpayer-Makov
Volume 83, Issue 222, November 2010

T he prevention of crime in late eighteenth-century Bristol: policing, the public, and the city Metropolitan History The prevention of crime in late eighteenth-century Bristol: policing, the public, and the city Metropolitan History
Matthew Neale
IHR Metropolitan History seminar series, 29 February 2012

T he Constable and the Crowd. Policing Public Behaviour in Late-Victorian London Metropolitan History The Constable and the Crowd. Policing Public Behaviour in Late-Victorian London Metropolitan History
Peter Andersson
IHR Metropolitan History seminar series, 26 October 2010

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