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

30/04/1817

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I O R O F F E N C E S A G A I N S T THE GAME LAWS. 44-— wARWICK. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May 1816, and before the 28th day of February 1817, been in confinement in the House of Correc- tion for the County of Warwick, for Offences against the Game Laws;— viz. - - Eight. Warwick, Tho. Hunt, 20th March 1817. Clerk of the Peace for the said County. 45.— WILTS. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the several under- mentioned Houses of Correction in the County of Wilts, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. Fisherton Anger - -- -- -- - 23 Devizes 31 Marlborough - 15 Total number 60 Wilton, Jno Swayne, 24th March 1817. Deputy Clerk of the Peace of the County of Wilts 46.— WORCESTER. Return of the number of Persons who have been in confinement in the House of Correction for the County of Worcester, since the 17th of May last, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. 1. Thomas Farley, convicted at the last Epiphany Sessions, and sentenced to be imprisoned 6 months. 2. Haywood Plant, convicted at the last Epiphany Sessions, and sentenced to be imprisoned 12 months. 3. William Sheppard, committed the 14th day of February last, for 3 calendar months. Worcester, Geo. Hill, March 24th 1817. Deputy Clerk of the Peace of the County of Worcester. 47. — YORK. ( East Riding.) An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the House of Correction, for Offences against the Game Laws;— viz. 1 transported for seven years. 1 to be confined for one year. 2 to be confined for six months. 1 for Trial. 10 as unqualified Persons. Committed for killing Game 111 the Night Convicted and committed - Beverley, 17th May 1817. 15 committed, and 8 now remaining in Prison. JnP LockWood. 48.— YO R K, ( West Riding.) An Account of the number of Persons who have been committed since the 17th day of May 1816, to the 21st day of March 1817, to the House of Correction at Wakefield, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. 1. George Blackburn. 2. John Bottomley. 3. John Marsden. 4. George Hodgson. 5. John Snowden. 6. William Hannakin. 7. William Toft. 8. Thomas Toft. 9. John Phillipson. 10. Moab Maude. 11. Luke Dewhirst. ! 2. Thomas Wittingham. 13- 14- 15- 16. 17- 18. 19- 20. 21. 22. 23- 24. Samuel Challenger. Joseph Jerrison. John McLeod. William Taylor. Thomas Dewhirst. William Coates. Thomas Greenwood. Benjamin Fletcher. Benjamin Pickard. Samuel Smith. William Swallow. Isaac Dawson. 25. John Couthwaite. 26. John Shackleton. 27. George RoLls. 28. James Hinchliffe. 29. Robert Lockwood. 30. Charles Greenwood. 31. Benjamin Oglesby. 32. Joseph Hudson. 33. Joseph Ingham. 34. John Hall. 35. William Elliott. Jn° Foljambe, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. D
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