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Crime in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century England

  • John Archer, Social Unrest and Popular Protest in England, 1780-1840
  • J. Archer, ‘Poachers Abroad’. in G. Mingay, The Unquiet Countryside
  • J. Archer, ‘Poaching Gangs and Violence: the Urban-Rural Divide in Nineteenth-Century Lancashire’, British Journal of Criminology, 29 (1999), 25-37
  • J. Bohstedt, ‘Women in English Riots’, Past and Present, 120 (1988), 88-122
  • Clive Emsley, Crime and Society in England, 1750-1900
  • Douglas Hay, Albion’s Fatal Tree: Crime and Society in Eighteenth-Century England
  • E. J. Hobsbawm and G. Rudé, Captain Swing
  • D. Jones, ‘Rural Crime and Protest in the Victorian Era’, in G. Mingay, The Unquiet Countryside
  • Peter King, ‘Gleaners, Farmers and the Failure of Legal Sanctions in England 1750-1850’, Past and Present, 125 (1989), pp. 116-150
  • J. Langebin, ‘Albion’s Fatal Flaws’, Past and Present, 98 (1983), pp. 96-120
  • John Lea, ‘Social Crime Revisited’, Theoretical Criminology, 3 (1999), 307-25
  • John Lea, Crime and Modernity: Continuities in Left Realist Criminology
  • Peter Linebaugh, The London Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eighteenth Century
  • G. Mingay, ‘Rural War: the Life and Times of Captain Swing’, in G. Mingay, The Unquiet Countryside
  • Philip Rawlings, Crime and Power: A History of Criminal Justice, 1688-1998
  • George Rudé, Criminal and Victim: Crime and Society in Early Nineteenth-Century England
  • James Sharpe, Crime in Early Modern England, 1550-1750
  • James Sharpe, ‘Crime, Order and Historical Change’, in John Muncie and Eugene McLaughlin, The Problem of Crime
  • E. P. Thompson, ‘The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the Eighteenth Century’,
  • E. P. Thompson, Whigs and Hunters: the Origin of the Black Acts