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C&P Section 1

Causes of Crime

By roughly how much did the population grow between 1500-1600? It almost doubled
When was Henry VIII king? 1509-1547
When was Edward VI king? 1547-1553
When was Mary I queen? 1553-1558
When was Elizabeth I queen? 1558-1603
What was London's population in 1750? 675,000
What was London's population in 1851? 2.3 million
What percentage of offences brought before Magistrates were motoring offences by 1939? 60%
How many motoring offences were recorded in 1996? 1.3 million
Who were the impotent poor? Those genuinely unable to work - they needed poor relief
Who were the able-bodied poor? Those capable but unwilling to work - these needed encouragement to find work
When did the Napoleonic Wars end? 1815
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