Friday



Books


Detailed below are books referred to in the course that inform the general crime back ground to the course. I will publish a list related to Charles Frederick Peace at a later date.


Crime and English Society 1750-1900 by Clive Emsley, 2nd edition (Longman, 1996)


The English Police: A Political and Social History by Clive Emsley, 2nd edition (Longman, 1996)


The Emergence of Penal Policy in Victorian and Edwardian England by Leon Radzinowicz and Roger Hood (Clarendon Press, 1990)


White-Collar Crime in Modern England: Financial Fraud and Business Morality 1845-1929 by George Robb (Cambridge University Press)


Artful Dodgers: Youth and Crime in Early Nineteenth-Century London by Heather Shore (Boydell Press/Royal Historical Society, 1999)


Street Violence in the Nineteenth Century: Media Panic or Real Danger? by Rob Sindall (Leicester University Press, 1990)


The New Police in Nineteenth-Century England: Crime, Conflict and Control by David Taylor (Manchester University Press, 1997)


Women, Crime and Custody in Victorian England by Lucia Zedner (Clarendon Press, 1991)

Saturday


"Charles Peace wanted for murder on the night of the 29th. He is thin and slightly built, from fifty-five to sixty years of age. Five feet four inches or five feet high; grey (nearly white) hair, beard and whiskers. He lacks use of three fingers of left hand, walks with his legs rather wide apart, speaks somewhat peculiarly as though his tongue were too large for his mouth, and is a great boaster. He is a picture-frame maker. He occasionally cleans and repairs clocks and watches and sometimes deals in oleographs, engravings and pictures. He has been in penal servitude for burglary in Manchester. He has lived in Manchester, Salford, and Liverpool and Hull. £100 is offered for his capture"