Prison and Penal Reform in the 1800s

Drawing illustrating a public hanging outside Newgate Prison in the early 19th Century. The authorities felt that by carrying out hangings in public, would-be criminals might be persuaded to not commit crimes. (Image resolution not suitable for printing) Image: Public Domain | Wikimedia Commons
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