A History of the English Poor Law: in connection with the State of the Country and the Condition of the People. Vols I, II, & III [Set complete in three volumes] Reprints of Economic Classics series.
Sir George Nicholls, and (Vol III) Thomas Mackay:

A History of the English Poor Law: in connection with the State of the Country and the Condition of the People. Vols I, II, & III [Set complete in three volumes]

New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1967. First Kelley reprint. Vol I: (iv), x, lxxviii, 384, (ii); Vol II: (iv), viii, 460pp; Vol III: (iv), xv, 617pp,(i). Contents fresh and unmarked, in the original green buckram with black lettering-pieces lettered in gilt: clean and sharp, with slight spotting to the labels. Facsimile reprint of the edition published in 1904 by P.S.King & Son, London, containing the 1898 revisions made by the author and a biography by H.G.Willink. The first two volumes were first published in 1854, and Mackay's supplement by Putnam's in 1900. Covers the period 924-1898. Very good set. Near Fine.
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