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London’s Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720–c. 1930: A Social and Cultural History 2015 book

London’s Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720–c. 1930: A Social and Cultural History

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London’s Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720–c. 1930: A Social and Cultural History

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ISBN : 9781349338450, 9781137313911 
publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK 
publish year: 2015 
pages: 298 
language: English 
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Front Matter....Pages i-xi
Introduction....Pages 1-24
‘Now we have the Informing Dogs!’: Crime Networks and Informing Cultures in the 1720s and 1730s....Pages 25-48
‘A Noted Virago’: Moll Harvey and her ‘Dangerous Crew’, 1727–1738....Pages 49-69
‘The pickpockets and hustlers had yesterday what is called a Grand Day’: Changing Street Theft, c. 1800–1850....Pages 70-92
‘There goes Bill Sheen, the Murderer’: Crime, Kinship and Community in East London, 1827–1852....Pages 93-116
‘A new species of swindling’: Coiners, Fraudsters, Swindlers and the ‘Long-Firm’, c. 1760–1913....Pages 117-140
‘A London Plague that must be swept away’: Hooligans and Street Fighting Gangs, c. 1882–1912....Pages 141-166
‘The Terror of the People’: Organised Crime in Interwar London....Pages 167-190
Conclusion....Pages 191-195
Back Matter....Pages 196-286


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