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Repeal of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1873

Circular letter sent to Scottish unions by the Glasgow Trades Council Executive Committee for the Repeal of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, dated 24 April 1873.

Andrew Boa was convenor of the Committee, which was attempting to collect information on prosecutions under the 1871 Act in Scotland and to raise funds to campaign for its repeal.

Title Repeal of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1873
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Production Date 1873
Format Letter
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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