The laws concerning the poor Wherein is treated of overseers, and their office. Of rates and contributions. Of settlements. Of families, vagrants, children, servants, &c. What shall make or amount to a Settlement by the former and latter Statutes. Stat. 14 Car. 2. c. 12. Explained. Of the 40 Days continuance; Of Notice by Statute 1 Jac. 2. and what shall amount to a Notice or not. Statute 3 & 4 W. & M. c. 11. Explained. What shall be said a Disturbance. Of Vagranes, Vagabonds; Stat. 39 El c. 4. 11 W. 3. c. 18. 1 Ann. c. 13. Explained. Of Workhouses, House of Correctio &c. and many other Matters relating to the Poor. All which lying in a confused Manner, are here setled under their proper Titles; And Illustrated with many late Resolutions of the Judges, as to Allowance or quashing several Orders of Sessions. To which are added several forms of orders of sessions, warrants, mittimus, &c

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Published: London printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, for Abel Roper at the Black Boy against St. Dunstan's Church, Fleetstreet 1705, 1705
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