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Persons in confinement in the different Houses of Correction of England and Wales

30/04/1817

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t o ft O F F E N C E S A G A I N Si THE GAME LAWS. 38. - SOMERSET— continued. WILTON House of Correction : 5. William Carter, committed from the Lent Assizes 1816, for twelve calendar months hard labour. 6. James Darch, committed by George Trevelyan, clerk, the 22d January 1816, but not received into custody before the eleventh of October, for three months, or pay a fine of five pounds - - - Discharged the 3d of January 1817. 7. John Chapple, committed by F. Warre and A. Foster, clerks, the. 14th of August 1816, but not received into custody before 23d of October, for three calendar months, or pay a fine of twenty pounds - - - Discharged the 23d January 1817. 8. James Hunt, committed by John Halliday, Esquire, the 2d February 1817, for the next Sessions. 9. Robert Sawyer, committed by George Trevelyan, clerk, the 19th February 1817, for the ensuin< r Assizes. SHEPTON MALLET. 10. William Parker, convicted of having used several engines called wires, for the purpose of taking and killing Game ; fined £. 10 ; committed by W. Purleven and J. B. Morgan, Esqrs. for six months, unless the penalty be sooner paid. 11. Thomas Handford, convicted of having in his possession one Hare ; fined £. 5 ; committed by the Rev. Drax Durben, August 26th, 1816, lor three calendar months. 12. William Fletcher, convicted of having kept and used a gun and dogs to kill and destroy Game; fined five pounds; committed 011 the 17th September 1816, by the Rev. Thomas Williams, for tliree months. 13. John Williams, convicted of using a gun for the destruction of Conies, and did therewith kill and destroy one Coney ; fined i. io; committed by the Rev. Thomas Williams, October 1, 1810, for two calendar months, unless said fine be sooner paid. 14. Thomas Stride, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for attempting to kill or destroy Fish in a river or stream, and having at the same time in his possession a net and five trout; committed by the Right Honourable the Earl of Cork, on the 24ih October 1816, for three months, unless the said sum of of. 5 be sooner paid. 15. Stephen Carter, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having in his possession a tunnel net to kill and destroy Partridges ; committed by Sir John Cox Hippisley, Bart, on the 19th November 1816, for three months. 16. John Lilly, convicted in the penalty of £. 10, for having in his possession one Hare and several wires and nets, for the purpose of killing and destroying Game; com- mitted by George Penrose Seymour, Esquire, on the 6th December 1816, for three calendar months. 17. Joseph Grist, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having in his possession one Hare ; committed by Charles Francis Bampfylde, clerk, and T. S. Jolliffe, Esquire, on the 24th January 1817, for three months. 18. Giles Packer, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having kept and used certain engines called wires, to kill and destroy the Game; committed by the Rev. Henry Sainsbury, on the 4th February 1817, for three months. 10. James Robins, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having in his possession six instruments or wires in a plantation, for the purpose of taking or killing the Game; committed by Samuel Knollis, Esquire, on the 8th February, for three months. 20. William Collins, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having in his posses- sion two instruments called wires, for the purpose of taking or killing the Game; committed by Francis Drake, Esquire, on the 8th February 1817, for three months. 21. George Elliot, convicted in the penalty of <£. 5, for keeping and using a certain engine called a gun, to kill and destroy the Game ; committed by Thomas Shewel Bailward, Esquire, on the 26th February 1817, lor three months. 22. Ebenezer Ludbury, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having kept and used certain engines called wires, to kill and destroy Game ; committed by the Rev. Thomas Williams, 011 the 3d March, for three months. 23. George Mortimer, convicted in the penalty of £. 5, for having in his possession one Hare ; committed by the Rev. Thomas Williams, on the 3d March 1817, for three months. 24. William Blick, convicted in the penalty of of. 10, for having in his possession a certain dog called a spaniel, with intent to kill, take or destroy Hares, or other Game; committed by the Rev. Henry Sainsbury, on the 10th March 1817, lor three months, or until the said line be paid." Edw. Coles, Clerk of the Peace.
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