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

30/04/1817

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12 I I - — P E R S O N S C O M M I T T E D OR IN C O N F I N E M E N T , & C. 39.— SOUTHAMPTON. Return of the number of Persons who have been in confinement in the different Gaols and Houses of Correction within that County, since the 37th May last, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. Winchester Gaol Winchester Bridewell - Gosport - - D° Odiham - - D° Total number within the County"] of Southampton - - - j 11 33 6 6 56 Winchester. April 7th, 1817. T. Woodham, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. 40.— STAFFORD. A Return of the number of Persons who have at anytime since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the different Houses of Correction of the County of Stafford, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. 65. Stafford, Wm Keen, 20th March 1817. Deputy Clerk of the Peace. 41.— SUFFOLK. A Return of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement, in the different Houses of Correction in the County of Suffolk, for Offences against the Game Law's;— viz. Houses of Correction. Beccles - Woodbridge - Ipswich Bury - Bury St. Edmunds, 24th March 1817. Commitments on summary Convictions. 1 10 Commitments from Sessions, upon Convictions under 56 0eo. Ill, c. 130. 1 0 1 2 In Custody for Trial, under 56 Geo. Ill, c. 130. 1 O O 0 1 James Borton, Clerk of the Peace. 42.— S U R R E Y. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May last, been in confinement in the different Houses of Correction in the County of Surrey, for Offences against the Game Laws ;- PERIOD. Midsummer Session Michaelmas Session - Epiphany Session - - March 20, 1S17. - viz. 16 July 1816 - 15() ct. _ 35 Jan. 1817 Total Number. 4 • 3 _ J- 14 Lawson, Clerk of the Peace. 43.— SUSSEX. Return of the number cf - Persons who have since the 17th May last, been in confinement 111 the different Houses of Correction in this County, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. In the House of Correction at Petworth, within the Western") Division of the County - - - - - - - f 13 In the House of Correction at - Lewes, within the Eastern\ Division thereof ------- . J 33 Total - - - ~ 4b Lewes, 19th March 1817. Wm Balcombe Langridge, O o 7 Clerk of the Peace.
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