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

30/04/1817

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FOR O F F E N C E S A G A I N S T THE GAME LAWS. 3 p.— CUMBERLAN D. There have been Six confined for Offences against the Game Laws;— viz. 13 July - - - Robert Paslow. 3 December James Bell. 12 October - - - Thomas Forster. Carlisle, % 2d March 1817. - John Todd. - John Teasdale. - James Teasdale. W. Hodgson. 10.— DENBIGH. Only two Persons have been confined in the Houses of Correction within the County of Denbigh, for Offences against the Game Laws, since the 17th of May 1816. Ruthin, Denbighshire, John Jones, 24th March 1817. Clerk of the Peace for the County of Denbigh. 11.— DERBY. The following contains an Account of the number of Persons who have at anv time since the 17th of May last, been in confinement in the different Huuses of Correction in the County of Derby, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. For Fishing. , For Poaching in the night. In the House of Correction at Ashborne: the William Watson, John Staley, I For Poaching in " Ifor Pc J '' ay- fii the House of Correction at Wirksworth : ] For Poaching in the J day. John Sims, Jeremiah Neal, Samuel Millward, In the House of Correction at Derby John Dolman, William Riley, Joseph Pew, William Brown, Joseph Barnett, George Bowler, George Jackson, Thomas Wheeldon, John Wheeldon, Thomas Bowler, John Newell, Samuel Murfin, John Bacon, Valentine Wilkinson, - D° - in the day. William Boam, William Sprinter, John Crowder, Understanding that a similar Return has been made by the Sheriff, it may be proper to state that the three last Persons have been committed since his Return was made. A. L. Maynard, C. P. John Weston, William Riley, George Marchant, George Elliott, 1 - D° - in the night. John Haynes - - — D° - in the day. 12.— DORSET. An Account of the number of Persons who have been confined in the Gaol and House of Correction of the County of Dorset, for Offences against the Game Laws, from the 17th day ofMay 1816 to the 22d day of March 1817 ;— viz. James Kellaway, George Lockyer, Benjamin Hawkins, George Best, Daniel New, Henry Paddock, John Angovian, John Maidment, sen. John Maidment, jun. Charles Tubbs, Silas Harris, Henry Brewer, John Stickland, James Frampton, James Riggs, George Grant, Henry Kail, George Small West, William Thome, Henry Isaac, John Mitchell, William Pounds, Joseph Cherrett, William Amey, William Cool, Thos Withrington, Thomas Park, William Orman, alius Norman. Wm Burnet, Clerk of the Peace oi the County of Dorset.
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