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The growth of towns and cities encouraged crime, and there was no official police force. Some forms of punishment were harsh: capital punishment was rife, as were torture and transportation. The authorities were frightened of the "many-headed monster" of popular unrest.
Discover more about law enforcement in early Modern Era Britain in this enlightening quiz.
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