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Fraud and Deception

  • D. Andrew and R. McGowen, The Perreaus and Mrs Rudd: Forgery and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century London
  • Robert Colley, ‘The Shoreditch tax frauds : a study of the relationship between the state and civil society in 1860’, Historical Research, 78:202 (2005), pp. 540-62.
  • Phil Handler, ‘Forgery and the End of the 'Bloody Code'; in Early Nineteenth-Century England’, Historical Journal, 48:3 (2005), pp. 683–702.
  • R. McGowen, ‘From Pillory to Gallows: The Punishment of Forgery in the Age of the Financial Revolution’,Past and Present, 165 (1999), pp. 107–140.
  • R. McGowen, ‘Making the 'Bloody Code'? Forgery Legislation in Eighteenth-Century England’, in Norma Landau (ed.), Law, Crime and English Society, 1660-1830
  • George Robb, White-collar crime in modern England : financial fraud and business morality, 1845-1929
  • R. S. Sindall, ‘Middle-class crime in nineteenth century England’, Criminal Justice History, 4 (1983), pp. 23-40.
  • Sarah Wilson, 'Law, Morality and Regulation : Victorian Experiences of Financial Crime', British Journal of Criminology, 46 (2006)