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A plea for the poor

A plea for the poor

a sermon delivered in the Independent Tabernacle, in Philadelphia, on ... the 18th December, 1814 : for the benefit of the Female Hospitable Society

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Published by Printed for the Female Hospitable Society in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poor

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    Statementby Jacob Brodhead
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 34214
    ContributionsFemale Hospitable Society of Philadelphia
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15086213M

      The plea bargains largely determined the sentences imposed. While corresponding statistics for the fifty states combined are not available, it is a rare state where plea bargains do not similarly account for the resolution of at least 95 percent of the felony cases that are not dismissed; and again, the plea bargains usually determine the.   Our film The Plea tells the story of how pervasive plea deals are, and how they’re often misused. While proponents say the agreements give .

    Plea juries might also give prosecutors an incentive to be more restrained in their charging decisions, according to Appleman, by harnessing their desire to get through cases quickly.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The journal of John Woolman ; and, A plea for the poor; 1 edition The journal of John Woolman ; and, A plea for the poor | Open Library.

    Woolman's Journal was first published in (shortly after his death). His life, as recorded by himself, was the finest flower of a unique Quaker culture, whose focus, as Howard H. Brinton has put is, was not on the literary or plastic arts but on life itself in home, meeting and community, a life which was an artistic creation as beautiful in its simplicity and proportion as was the /5(1).   “Plea bargaining in the United States is less regulated than it is in other countries,” said Jenia Turner, a law professor at Southern Methodist University who has written a book comparing.


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A Plea for the Poor quantity. Add to cart. Description Additional information Synopsis. This early Quaker minister’s essay relates poverty to wasteful consumption, brings the rich and powerful to account, and calls for simplicity as a style of life.

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Published inA Plea for the Poor was his treatise on the causes of poverty, a gently chastising tract addressed to the wealthy. Poverty, he wrote, is caused by wasteful consumption, and the antidote is to lead a simpler life/5(5). A plea for the poor of Scotland and for an enquiry into their condition: being the substance of two lectures / by: Burns, Robert, Published: () Remarks on two bills for the better maintenance of the poor, &c in a letter tomember of Parliament / by: Alcock, Thomas, : The Journal of John Woolman and a Plea for the Poor () by John Woolman and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(57).

THE JOURNAL OF JOHN WOOLMAN AND A PLEA FOR THE POOR: The Spiritual Autobiography of the Great Colonial Quaker Woolman, John; (Frederick B. Tolles, Introduction) Published by The Citadel Press, New York, NY (). A plea for the poor. A sermon, delivered in the Independent Tabernacle, in Philadelphia, on Sabbath evening, the 18th December, For the benefit of the Female Hospitable Society.

John Langbein is a professor of law and legal history at Yale Law School. In this interview, he describes how the plea bargain system pressures people to buckle and accept a plea -- even if they. Genre/Form: Controversial literature Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woolman, John, Journal of John Woolman, and A plea for the poor.

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The article below was taken, with permission, from the August - September, edition of The Catholic Worker. Plea Bargains, Bail & the Poor By JIM REAGAN It is not uncommon for a man who regularly eats on St. Joe's soup-line or comes to us. A plea for the poor. A sermon delivered in the Independent tabernacle, in Philadelphia, on Sabbath evening, the 18th December, For the benefit of the Female Hospitable Society by Brodhead, Jacob, Pages: