Poor China Hong Kong : Poverty in a rich society : the case of Hong Kong / edited by Maggie K.W. Lau and David Gordon.; Lau, Maggie.
Poor Civil Rights Early Works To 1800 : A declaration and appeale to all the freeborne people of this kingdome in generall : and to all the truly noble, pyous and well affected patriots and people of God, within the cities of London and Westminster in particular, humbly craving their assistance and furtherance of this just request unto the high court of Parliament. Made from all the brethren the poore afflicted and oppressed prisoners (imprisoned for debt) within the severall Gaoles. (Being the soule destroying houses, and dens of cruelty, injustice, tyrannie and oppression) within this kingdome of England.; Freize, James.
Poor Employment England London Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offered to this honourable House why a bill pretended to give further powers to the corporation for setting the poor of the city of London and liberties thereof to work should not pass into a law
Poor Employment London England Early Works To 1800 : To the Kings most Excellent Majestie, and the Lords Spiritual and temporal; and the Commons assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of many thousand hand-spiners of gold and silver thread in the behalf of themselves, and others that have a livelyhood by making and vending gold and silver vvyre, thread, lace, ribons, buttens, hatbands, imbrodery, spangles, purles, oaes, in London and the subburbs.
Poor England 17th Century Poetry : All things be dear but poor mens labour; or, the sad complaint of poor people. : Being a true relation of the dearness of all kinds of food, to the great grief and sorrow of many thousands in this nation. Likewise, the uncharitableness of rich men to the poor. This song was begun at Worcester, the middle at Shrewsbury, the end at Coventry. / By L. W. To the tune of, Hold buckle and thong together.; L. W.
Poor England Hertford Early Works To 1800 : To the Mayor, Aldermen and commonality of the borough of Hertford. Appellants. Edward Hurst, and John Gray, for and on the behalf of themselves and the rest of the poor of the same borough. Respondants. The appellant's case..; Hertford (England)