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Returns of Sheriffs, Gaolers, and other Persons, Keepers of Confinement in Ireland

26/04/1805

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RETURN of PRISONERS committed to LONGFORD Gaol fince July 23, 1803. NAMES of PRISONERS. CHARGES againft them, as exprefted in the Warrant. Whether the Informations were on Oath, as ftated in the Warrant. Length of TIME in Cuftody. HOW DISPOSED OF. FUNDS by which Maintained during Confinement. From 3d Aug. 1803 ditto > To 18th Sept. 1803 23d Jan. 1804 Hans Denneston, committed by Colonel Thewlis com- manding at Longford. Philip Brady, committed by same - - - - - - Not ftated. ditto Does not appear ditto Given up to the Keeper of Kilmainham, by order at the Castle Bailed out by Sir Thomas Featherstone, Bar1 by or- der of Government County Allowance, three pennyworth of Bread per Day while in County of Longford Gaol Same allowance as above William Ridge, 4th April 1805. Keeper of His Majesty's Gaol at Longford. A SCHEDULE of PRISONERS committed to the Gaol of E NNISKIL LEN, from the 23d July 1803, until the 2d April 1805, for High Treason or Treasonable Practices. NAMES of PRISONERS. CHARGES againft them, as exprelTed in the Warrant. Whether the Informations were on Oath, as ftated in the Warrant. Length of T I M E in Cuftody. HOW DISPOSED OF. FUNDS by which Maintained during Confinement. From 3d Dec. 1803 To 25 th March 1804 Bernard M'Riggan By a Warrant from Sir Charles Ross, Major General of the Dis- trict, for being con- cerned in the late Rebellion Not ftated Admitted to Bail by order of Sir Charles Ross By the County George Gallogly, Gaoler, Enniskillen.
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