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

30/04/1817

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RETU 11NS prepared pursuant to an Address of The House of Commons, of the 12th February last ; of— THE NUMBER OF PERSONS who now arc, or who have at any time since the i 7th of May last, been in Confinement in the different Gaols in England and Wales, for OFFENCES AGAINST THE GAME LAWS ;— So far as the same have been received by Ilis Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department. I.— COUNTIES. II.— CITIES AND BOROUGHS. I.— COUNTIES. 1 .— ANGLESEY. NO Person is or has been in confinement, in the Gaol of this County, for the above Offence, within the period before stated. W. P. Poole, Peneraig, Under Sheriff of the County of Anglesey. 24 February 1817. 2.— BEDFORD. Persons who have been in custody since the 17th of May last, and aiQ now discharged - -- -- -- -- 6 Persons who are now in custody - - - - - - 11 3 March 1817. Samuel Crawley, Esq; Sheriff. 3.— BUCKS. Number of Persons who now are, and who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the Gaol at Aylesbury, for the Offences against the Game Laws. Charles Wootton,- Henry Willis, Benjamin Webb, William Purrett, in custody on 18th May 1816. John Arnott, Thos. Dean, committed 27 June 1816. William Ringsall William Gillett William Baldwin William Ward - Job Newman Richard Cocker Joseph Gillam - Thomas Hewlett 24 February 1817. 11 July 3 Sept. 9 Oct. D° 3° 4 Nov. - 11 NT ov, W. Burnett, committed Joshua Pond - - - - - William Coker - - - John Goldswain - - - William Joel - John Humphrey - - - William Penn Samuel Wicks - - - - William Bayley — - William Nibbs William Ringsall Thomas Cox - - — - King Lewis George Ruggins - — 16 Nov. 1816. 29 Nov. — 2 Dec. — 18 Dec. — 20 Dec. —- 21 Dec. —• 23 Dec. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 31 Jan. 6 Feb. 24 Feb. 1817. Examined by me, Thos. Tindal, Under Sheriff. 4.— CAMBRIDGE. List of Persons confined in the Gaol of the County of Cambridge, since the 17 th of May 1816. John Rickwood - - committed - - 11th June 1816. James Richardson - - ditto - - 20th Feb. 1817. There have been none confined in the Gaol for Huntingdonshire. Christopher Pemberton, Cambridge, Under Sheriff of the Counties of 7th March 1817. Cambridge and Huntingdon. 312. A
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