A Further account (being part II) of the cruelties discovered in the Coldbath-Fields Prison [electronic resource] : as reported in the House of Commons on Tuesday, the 22d July, 1800, in the speeches of Sir Francis Burdett and R.B. Sheridan : in which is included a letter from James Williams describing the melancholy case of Peter Chenu, who died July 13, and the severe treatment to which himself and several other prisoners were exposed : to which is added, an affidavit of Joseph Burks, with a statement of facts respecting the dscipline of the House of Correction in Coldbath-Fields.
- 2nd ed
- London : J.S. Jordan, 
- Making of modern law
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- Coldbath Fields Prison (London, England)
Prisons -- England -- London
Prisoners -- Abuse of -- England -- London
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- Burdett, Francis, Sir, 1770-1844
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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