REMARKS ON SOME OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS, Affecting Poverty, Vice, and Crime; Being the General Topics of a Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, in March Term, 1822. Josiah QUINCY.

REMARKS ON SOME OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS, Affecting Poverty, Vice, and Crime; Being the General Topics of a Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, in March Term, 1822.

Cambridge, [MA]: Printed at the University Press, by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1822. First edition. Disbound pamphlet. 21 cm. 28pp. Rear page with closed tear, slightly affecting one word of text. Inscription on title page "from the author" closely trimmed, recipient's name has been trimmed away. "Here, as a judge of the Boston Municipal Court, Quincy speaks on the relationship of poverty to crime and urges reform in the city's jail system."- COHEN 4378. Item #66575

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