Letters on the condition of the poor addressed to Alexander Henry, Esq., containing a vindication of poor laws and benevolent societies proofs of the injustice of the general censure of the poor, for extravagance, dissipation, etc., instances of intense suffering in Philadelphia not exceeded in London or Paris : examples of the gross inconsistency of the Edinburgh review on the subject of poor laws with a view of the system and operations of the Union Benevolent Association /
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