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

30/04/1817

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P E R S O N S COMMITTED OR IN CONFIN E M E X T [ I Counties. 5.— CARDIGAN. No Person or Persons, now is, or are, or liave at any time since the 17th day of May last, been in confinement in any or either of the Gaols or Prisons within my said County, for Offences against the Game Laws. . 0 J. Duties, Sheriff of the County of Cardigan. 6.— CARMARTHEN. One man only, by name Wm Davies, is confined in the Gaol for Carmarthenshire, for an Offence against the Game Laws. This Town is a distinct jurisdiction from the County ; however, L do not find that any individual is under confinement in the County Borough Gaol, for any Offence against the Game Laws. Carmarthen, R. W. Thomas. 2 March 1817. 7.— CHESTER. Number of Persons who now are, and who have at any time since the 17th of May 1816, been in confinement in the different Gaols in the County of Chester, for Offences against tlie Game Laws ;— are Now in confinement ------ - 4 Discharged - -- -- -- -- - 7 11 Henry Potts, 5th March 1817. Under Sheriff for the County of Chester. Names. 8.— CORNWALL. John Williams — - Committed 19th October 1816, for using a greyhound to kill Game; discharged 3d January 1817. William Serle and John Serle - - - Committed 21st November 1816, for destroying Game; discharged, 23d November. Edward Penna Committed 20th December, for entering a warren and killing conies; imprisoned three months. Alexander Sleep — Committed 271I1 January 1S17, for keeping certain wires and marles to kill and destroy Game; imprisoned three months. No Signature. 9.— CUMBERLAN D. The Number of Persons who now are, and who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the Gaol of the County of Cumberland, for Offences against the Game Laws ; are, Thomas Forster Committed 12th October 1816, for six months, but now liberated. John Teasdale Committed 3d December 1810, for three calendar months, and now in confinement. James Teasdale - — Committed 3d December 1816, for three calendar months, and now in confinement. John Todd Committed 3d December 1816, for three calendar months, and now in confinement. William Browne, Esq. Dated 3d March 1817. Sheriff. 10.— DENBIGH. No Persons arc nowr, nor have been in confinement in any Gaol, for Offenccs against the Game Laws, at any time since the 17th day of May last. Dyffyn Aled, Peirce Wynne Yorke, March 6, 1817. High Sheriff of the County of Denbigh.
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