2 edition of Report on gaols and houses of correction in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts found in the catalog.
Report on gaols and houses of correction in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on gaols and houses of correction
At head of title: House ... No. 36.
|Statement||made by a Committee appointed by the House of Representatives, 1833.|
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|Number of Pages||99|
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However the houses of correction were not considered a part of the Elizabethan. First[-Fourth] annual report of the Bureau of prisons of Massachusetts including report upon all prison matters; with statistics of arrests and of criminal prosecutions for the year .
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