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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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List of illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction Social change, crime, and the law Punishment, pleas, and the prospect of exile Bound for Maryland Arrival in the New World Servants and masters Escape Going home and staying on Mary Nobody in the republic of virtue Appendix 1: Statistical information on convict women Appendix 2: List of convict women's occupations Appendix 3: Privy council resolution, 1615 Appendix 4: Transportation act of 1718 Appendix 5: Crimes punished by transportation at the old bailey 1718-1776 Appendix 6: Colonial legislation regarding convicts Notes Bibliography Index.
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Print version: Ziegler, Edith Miriam. Harlots, hussies, and poor unfortunate women : crime, transportation, and the servitude of female convicts, 1718-1783. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press,  Atlantic crossings