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  PCOM 2/296 ; This is the prison entry of a boy convicted of throwing stones at a railway train, Birmingham, 1872.
  As you read these sources look for:
(i) Is this crime the same as crimes committed for hundreds of years?
(ii) Is this crime just a new opportunity for an old crime?
(iii) Is this an entirely new crime?
In Source 8, notice the age of the boy, his job, and his punishment.
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  PCOM 2/296 ; prison entry of a boy