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‘Criminology’ written by Raffaele Garofalo, is an outstanding masterpiece in the law literature which is very actual, even though it was written 122 years ago. Garofalo was ahead of his time, being able to capture the realism of the criminology for that world age while providing ideas for the future which should guide the new and global world environment in the Criminal Science . It is a must for those who wants to understand the criminal principles and aspects and the still needed steps to continue promoting the progress for the modern society.
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A satirical review of the Royal Academy exhibition of 1794 A reissue of the author's A liberal critique on the exhibition for 1794, and The Royal academicians, with a new t.-p. and half-title At foot of p. 148: "End of the first volume." Although the author reviewed the exhibitions of 1796-7 in two works with titles beginning: A critical guide ..., his An authentic history of the professors of painting, sculpture, & architecture, who have practised in Ireland is the true continuation of the present work.--Cf. R.W. Lightbown's introduction to the 1970 reprint of the author's An authentic history
Compiled by John Jay Smith. Cf. Cohen Cohen, M.L. Bib. of early Amer. law Checklist Amer. imprints Book, leather Holograph in ink on p. 3: O.H. Browning Holograph in pencil on flyleaf: L.E. Emmons Purchased from James T. Hickey, Illinois State Historical Library, Old State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois 62706 18
The Newgate calendar improved; being interesting memoirs of notorious characters who have been convicted of offences against the laws of England, during the seventeenth century; and continued to the present time, chronologically arranged 1
The chronicles of crime, or The new Newgate calendar. Being a series of memoirs and anecdotes of notorious characters who have outraged the laws of Great Britain from the earliest period to the present time including a number of curious cases never before
The case of Jean Gianini -- The case of Roland Pennington -- The case of Fred Tronson -- The criminal imbecile -- Responsibility -- The punishment for criminal imbeciles -- Appendices: Gianini case Includes index will reformat