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This is an order dated 6 December 1833 from the Quarter Sessions in Ipswich, Suffolk. From 1 January 1834 "every poor person born in Scotland or Ireland or in the Isle of Man or Scilly, not having gained Settlement in England" was ordered to be removed first to London by land or sea then by sea to their place of birth.

S16 Suffolk Record Office B100/1/24/117

4th Mar 2009

Citizenship, Geography, History, ICT, PSHE

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19th century Irish Scotch removal poor poverty paupers Ireland Liverpool Poor Law William IV parish Poor Law settlement Isle of Man Scilly Scotland sea transport Ipswich Suffolk Quarter Sessions Act Parliament London

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