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481 SCHUR, Edwin M. Narcotic Addiction in Britain and America. The Impact of Public Policy.
Tavistock Publications, London. 1968 
First Edition Thus. Spine creased, panels shelf worn. Overseas Editorial Department stamp to free front end page o/w contents sound. VG-. 39500 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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482 SCOTT, Harold, C.B. edited by. Belgian Prisons and Reformatory Institutions in 1936. Being a Report on the Visit of English Prison Officials to Belgium. September and October, 1936. By.... Chairman, H.M. Prison Commissioners For England and Wales. Printed at H.M. Prison, Maidstone for Private Circulation.
H.M. Prison Maidstone. 1937 
H.M. Prison, Maidstone. 1937 Original grey limp boards, extremities rubbed and panels slightly soiled. One gathering loose but pages intact. A clean copy. 36269 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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483 SEDDON, Toby. A History of Drugs. Drugs and freedom in the liberal age.
Routledge, London 2010 
First Edition. Laminated boards. No DW. x, 184pp including appendices, references and index. Owner email address to front pastedown o/w As New. 51331 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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484 SHAPIRO, Fred C. Whitmore.
Macmillan and Co., Limited. London. 1970 
First Edition. UK. Original black boards, silver to spine. Some sunning to boards, browning and offsetting to end papers, o/w a nice clean copy. VG-. 39586 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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485 SHENNAN, Hay. A Judicial Maid-Of-All-Work.
William Hodge And Company, Limited, London. 1933 
First Edition. Original burgundy boards, gilt to spine. Board extremities rubbed. End papers browned but o/w a nice clean copy. VG-. 39590 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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486 SHORT, James F. edited by. Modern Criminals.
Trans-action Books, America. 1970 
Paperback. Extremities and panels rubbed and worn. Contents clean and sound. VG-. 39594 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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487 SHORT, Renée. The Care of Long Term Prisoners.
Macmillan, London. 1979. First edition. DW. A lovely copy, very clean and fresh in wrapper that has small closed tear to rear cover, near head of spine. 75220 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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488 SHULMAN, Harry Manuel. Juvenile Delinquency in American Society.
Harper and Brothers, New York 1961 
Blue boards with gilt and light blue to spine and upper. Ex-Library copy with all the ususal stamps. Extremities bumped and rubbed with library stamp to base of spine. Labels and remains of to end papers and to reverse of title page o/w contents clean and sound. VG-. 39595 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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489 SICILIANO, Vincent. (The Cat) Unless They Kill Me First.
Hawthorn Books, Inc. New York. 1970 
First Edition. DW. Board extremities very slightly bumped and rubbed, contents clean and sound in a wrapper whose extremities are bumped, chipped and rubbed. VG/VG-. 39597 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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490 SILBERMAN, Charles E. Criminal Violence, Criminal Justice.
Random House, New York. 1978. Second printing. DW. Large 8vo. A very clean and fresh copy in slightly worn wrapper. 75219 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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491 SKYRME, Sir Thomas. The Changing Image of the Magistracy.
The MacMillan Press Ltd, London. 1979 
First edition. DW. Pages slightly age browned o/w Nr. fine/VG+ in price clipped wrapper, slightly worn at extremities. 47295 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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492 SLATER, Montagu. The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta.
Secker and Warburg, London. 1955 
First Edition. Original brown boards, white to spine. 255pp including index plus fold out document. Extremities bumped, speckling to upper board. Boots library copy with remains of label to upper board. Some rust staining internally from staples. End papers browned with boots label to rear o/w contents sound. Good only. 39600 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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493 SLATER, Steven. Approved School Boy.
William Kimber. London. 1967 
First edition. DW. VG+/VG in price clipped wrapper that is slightly chipped at extremities and rubbed to lower panel. 47294 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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494 SMITH, Kathleen J. A Cure for Crime. The Case for the Self-determinate Prison Sentence.
Gerald Duckworth. London. 1965 
First Edition. DW. Nice bright wrapper, extremities slightly rubbed with closed tear. Boards slightly rubbed and corners bumped. Fore-edges foxed o/w contents clean and sound. VG/VG. 36158 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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495 SMITHSON, George. RAFFLES. Raffles In Real Life. The Confessions of George Smithson alias "Gentleman George".
Hutchinson & Co., Ltd., London. n.d. (circa 1930). 
Original orange boards, edged in black to spine and upper. Spine sunned and leaning. Boards a little soiled. Illustrated. A nice clean copy. VG+. 35866 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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496 SODERMAN, Harry. Policeman's Lot. A Criminologist's Gallery of Friends and Felons.
Longman's Green and Co., London. 1957 
First edition, thus. DW. x,388pp. 8pp. of illustrations. Very small split to cloth at head of spine o/w VG/good in worn and chipped wrapper. 39607 
Price: 12.50 GBP
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497 SPARROW, Judge Gerald. The Great Conspirators.
John Long, London. 1969 
First Edition. DW. 187pp including index. A lovely clean copy in a slightly shelf worn wrapper with some chipping to upper extremities. and number in pen to upper. VG/VG-. 39616 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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498 SPARROW, Judge Gerald. The Great Impostors.
John Long, London. 1962 
First Edition. DW. 192pp including index. Edges lightly foxed but o/w contents clean and sound in a bright wrapper with some chipping to extremities and foxing to panels. VG/VG-. 39615 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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499 SPORNE, Kenneth R. An Illustrated Catalogue of Stocks in Great Britain. In 2 Volumes.
Published Privately. 1986/1988 
Two volumes. Paperback. Illustrated throughout. SIGNED by the author to title pages of both volumes. Extremities slightly worn and rubbed o/w contents clean and sound. VG+. 35244 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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500 SPURLING, James and BAILEY, Samuel. A Sealed Printed Indenture from the Reign of George I.
London. 1724 
A printed indenture (A4 size) that witnesses the apprenticeship of Samuel Bailey, one of the poor boys of the Charity School of St James's, Clerkenwell, to James Spurling of the Parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate for seven years. It states the normal restrictions on the apprentice such as not playing Cards, Dice, Tables, nor haunting Taverns, Alehouses or Play-houses, or causing any harm to his master and his business, nor is he allowed to get married within this time. The cost of two pounds, paid by the Trustees of the School, is, in part, to cover the cost of meat, drink, apparel, lodging, washing and all other necessaries. The contract is dated the Sixteent day of April, 1724, in the Tenth year of the Reign of George I. It is signed by James Spurling in the presence of Richard Lambind and John Honeycott and is sealed in red wax. It has three engravings forming a triptych as a head-piece, the large central one is the head of the monarch and to the left of him an engraved girl holding a banner saying "And we, as mothers in our Israel" with "the pillar of faith" written behind. To the right is an engraving of a boy with the banner "In cause of Church and State we may Excell" with "the gate of life" written behind. There are two portions of text torn with very sl. loss of text but does not affect any whole word. There are chips to the margins but o/w this document is in very good condition. 36757 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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