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HUE AND CRY: THE BIRTH OF THE BRITISH POLICE

By Pringle, Patrick

London: Museum Press Limited, 1955. HC. good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. They called the "thief-takers" the Bow Street Runners because they worked out of Fielding's house in Bow Street. London in 1748 was the most lawless city of the day and the Fieldings and their Runners took the first steps to stop one of the most fantastic crime waves in history. 230pp.

$10.00