A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention. Patrick Colquhoun.
A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention
A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention

A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention

Philadelphia: printed for Benjamin Davies, no. 68, High-street, by Henry Sweitzer, no. 85, Race-street, 1798. First American edition, 8vo, pp. xiv, [6], 342, xxiv; folding table; contemporary full calf; neatly rebacked in brown paper; shallow dampstains on edges, signature of Howel Davies on title page and flyleaf; good. Patrick Colquhoun was the founder of the first regular police force in England, the Thames River Police. Evans 33538. Item #58888

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