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Wallis, R. M.
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
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    • 1. The Magistrate and the Commission of the Peace
    • 2. The justices and local government
    • 3. The development and decline of the magistracy, c. 1790-1835.
    • 4. Histories of the magistracy 2. Mapping the Magistracy, c. 1790-1830
    • 1. Somerset and Norfolk
    • 2. The County Commissions of the Peace
    • 3. Structures of Government
    • 4. The Social Composition of the Magistracy 3. The Magistracy and the crisis of paternalism, 1795-1801
    • 1. The nature and location of protest
    • 2. Responses to Protest: Relief, Charity and 'official' paternalism
    • 3. Responses to Protest: suppression and the civil authorities
    • 4. The use of the courts Part II: the Magistracy and Swing 4. Rural War versus the Spectre of Swing
    • 1. Swing in Context: Norfolk and Somerset
    • 2. Suppressing Swing 5. 'The protection of the local authorities': Prosecuting Swing in Norfolk and Somerset 1829-1834
    • 1. The Context of Prosecution
    • 2. The Special Commissions: the example of Wiltshire
    • 3. Prosecuting Swing in Norfolk and Somerset
    • 4. The aftermath 6. Conclusions: structures of government, protest and the magistracy JP ID Name 14 Beevor, T. Plumptre, 133 R. 324 Elwin, M. Fellowes, 247 R. 152 Evans, T. B. 208 Postle, J.
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