Phillips, Georgian Scrapbook, , p. My research has focussed specifically on Victorian wife-sale cases in Yorkshire. In terms of statistics, I've been drawing on data compiled by Menefee who extensively surveyed wife-sales in Britain. According to his data, known wife-sales occurred between and , the Victorian period. Thomson as well as Menefee noted a high occurrence of wife-sales in the Yorkshire region compared to others.
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A farmer persuaded doctors to remove one of his wife's kidneys so that he could sell it for money to buy a tractor, she has told police. Safia Thaheem Bibi discovered the organ was missing only when she sought treatment for an unrelated complaint. The sale of organs in Pakistan is unregulated, and thousands of people offer kidneys for sale every year. Many hospital owners have agents, often working in villages, who try to persuade needy people to sell their organs.