3 edition of A Treatise on the Poor Laws of Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
1899 by T. & J. W. Johnson .
Written in English
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Some poor law historians ascribe even greater significance to it, asserting that it was "perhaps the most influential, for good and evil, of all the scores of Poor Law statutes between and " (Webb & Webb,p.n.
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