Prisons On Television : The Palgrave handbook of incarceration in popular culture [electronic resource] / edited by Marcus Harmes, Meredith Harmes, Barbara Harmes.
Prisons Ontario History Sources : Attitudes towards crime and punishment in Upper Canada, 1830-1850 : a documentary study / J.M. Beattie with the assistance of L.M. Distad.; Beattie, J. M.,
Prisons Overcrowding England London : Report of the Committee of the Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline, and for the Reformation of Juvenile Offenders [electronic resource].; Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline and for the Reformation of Juvenile Offenders (London, England)
Prisons Overcrowding Great Britain : Report of the sub-committee respecting the improvements which have been lately made in the prisons and houses of correction in England and Wales [electronic resource] : Report of the sub-committee respecting the present state of the prisons, and houses of correction, in London and Westminster.; Society for Giving Effect to His Majesty's Proclamation Against Vice and Immorality.
Prisons Soviet Union : Account of the prisons and hospitals in Russia, Sweden, and Denmark [electronic resource] : with occasional remarks on the different modes of punishments in those countries / by William Coxe.; Coxe, William,
Prisons Wales Dyfed : Third report of the Committee, appointed to carry into execution the resolution of the Justices assembled in Quarter Sessions [electronic resource] : for improving and making additions to the gaol and house of correction of the said county, and adopting a system of prison discipline.; Great Britain.
Prisons Wales History : Pain and retribution : a short history of British prisons 1066 to the present / David Wilson.; Wilson, David,
Pritchard Henry 1669 : An Exact narrative of the bloody murder and robbery committed by Stephen Eaton, Sarah Swift, George Rhodes, and Henry Pritchard, upon the person of Mr. John Talbot, minister : with the manner of their apprehension, arraignment and condemnation : also, a list of all the persons that are condemned, with the several offences to which they were executed.