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T1/413/270-299; in this letter
Sir John Fielding gives his account to the Treasury of how he
has spent his grant and what results he has achieved. He hopes
for the same money next year. The signature hints at his blindness.
What can you tell from these documents
about how Sir John Fielding tried to crack down on crime? How
can you tell he only got the money on a year by year basis?
Source 1: How many highwaymen had he caught? What else had he
Put some of the evidence you have
found from these Sources on to your Gallery Worksheet.