A plea for the poor in which I. Their inexpressible hardships and sufferings are verified from undeniable facts : II. Their maintenance is evidently shewn to be an intolerable burthen upon the public : III. Methods are proposed for making beggars, vagrants, and vagabonds useful to their country, and providing for the impotent and disabled : IV. A summary is given of the several schemes of Judge Hale, Sir Josiah Child, Mr. Fielding, and others, for that purpose : humbly submitted to the consideration of Parliament /
Printed for J. Townsend,
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