Crime and Punishment

1. How were "witches" punished?

  • Publicly humiliated
  • Crucified
  • Hung or burnt if they survived the trial by ordeal
  • Lynched
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2. How did law enforcement change in 1829?

  • There was a uniformed police force and they also had numbers on their collars which indicated they got paid which avoided corrupted police men. They were also permanent.
  • Killed the orange
  • They were good
  • They got worse

3. How did poverty affect poaching?

  • It decreases
  • The meat was the only protein that poor people would have in their diet.
  • It increases
  • Nothing changed

4. How did the public view smuggling?

  • They did not view it as a crime therefore did not report it due to enjoying the luxury goods it provided them with.
  • They like to make it fun
  • They hated it.
  • They loved it because it was fine

5. How did poverty affect smuggling?

  • Over 70% of smugglers were laborers and would earn a weeks' wages from smuggling £1 of tea
  • It was an increase
  • It decreased
  • It was easier for the poor people to be able to get more food and drink as they had more money.


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