Nassau William Senior, Poor Law Commissioners’ Report of 1834 
Poor Law Commissioners’ Report of 1834. Copy of the Report made in 1834 by the Commissioners for Inquiring into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty (London: Printed for H.M. Stationery Off. by Darling and Son, 1905).
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- Administration and Operation of the Laws For the Relief of the Poor. Report of Commissioners. to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
- [part I.] Progress of the Law
- [part I, Section 1] Administration of the Law
- [out-door Relief]
- [part I, Section 1, (administration of the Law, Continued):] In-door Relief.
- [part I, Section 2] Progressiveness of Burden
- [part I, Section 3] Objections to Amendment
- [part I, Section 4] Operation of the Law As Administered
- [part I, Section 5] Character of Persons Who Distribute and Award Relief
- [part I, Section 6] Settlement.
- [part I, Section 7] Bastardy.
- [part I, Section 8] Legislative Measures Considered, But Not Recommended:
- [part Ii] Remedial Measures.
- [part Ii, Section 1] Principle of Administering Relief to the Indigent
- Specific Effects of the Application of the Principles In the Case of Able-bodied Paupers
- General Effects Displayed In the Case of Non-settled Parishioners
- [part Ii, Section 2] Principle of Legislation
- Further Effects of the Application of the Above-mentioned Principle of Administering Relief
- [part Ii, Section 3] Agency For Carrying Into Effect the Intentions of the Legislature—a Central Board of Control
- Grounds For Its Establishment
- Instances of the Regulations Which the Central Board Only Can Transfer From District to District and Enforce
- Powers and Duties of the Central Board
- [part Ii, Section 4] Further Legislative Amendment
- Militia Men's Families