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An expose of the practice of the Palace, or Marshalsea Court: with a description of the prison, the secrets of the prison-house, its regulations, fees, &c. &c. in which is shewn the folly of the present debtor and creditor laws and the demoralizing effects of imprisonment for debt

Eye-witness
Hume Tracts
1800
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An expose of the practice of the Palace, or Marshalsea Court: with a description of the prison, the secrets of the prison-house, its regulations, fees, &c.; &c.; in which is shewn the folly of the present debtor and creditor laws and the demoralizing effects of imprisonment for
     debt
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