A Letter Addressed to the Town Council and Select Vestry of the Borough of Liverpool Upon Juvenile Crime: Together with a Petition on the Same Subject Presented to Both Houses of Parliament in 1846 (Google eBook)
E. Smith and Company, 1850 - 18 pages
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22d February 25th October 77 boys additional periods adopted adult criminals age of 17 alias apprehension ascertain the charge August beneficial result benevolent Borough Gaol Borough of Liverpool causes of crime charge incurred charged with stealing committal 31st January committed 30th committed 8th Committed seven Committed sixteen Committee to inquire Corporation costs of prosecuting criminal population destitute detention discharged five discharged four discharged six endeavour fairly selected father financial result fourteen children funds Honourable House hope Industrial Schools inmates inquiry June juvenile delinquency juvenile offenders last committal 31st Last sentence magistrates ment moral nine years old offenders in prison Parliament periods of imprisonment petition Petitioners refer portion power of self-control power to detain prostitute punishment read nor write reformation of juvenile reformatory institutions remains in custody Select Vestry sent to gaol September three months tion TOWN COUNCIL transported treatment of juvenile tried and convicted twice whipped Warwick