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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. Counties.] Foa OFFENCES AGAINST THE GAME LAWS. 39r— WILTS. An Account of the number of Persons who now arc, and who have been at any time since the 17th of May 1816, in confinement in the different Gaols in the County of Wilts for Offences against the Game Laws. William Sanger William Stevens John Lovelace William Marlow James Jiller - George Blake John Beach - John Gillman Thomas Johnson Harry Case - Job Sturgis - COUNTY GAOL: - committed 8th June 1816. — 12th. — — 1.2th. — - - — 13th July. — 18th August. — 18th. — — 11 th October. — Qth December. — 9th. — — 12th. — - — 7th January 1S17. 40. ( » )_ WORCESTER. Return of the number of Persons who have been in confinement in the Gaol of the County of Worcester, since the 17th of May last, for Offences against the Game Laws. 1. Benjamin Phillips, now in custody for trial. 2. William Bagnage, now in custody for trial. 3. Samuel Green, admitted to bail to appear at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace. 4. John Garfield, admitted to bail to appear at the next General Quarter Session* of the Peace. 5. John Firkins, admitted to bail to appear at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace. 6. Samuel Firkins, admitted to bail to appear at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace. 7. William Pulley, admitted to bail to appear at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Geo. Hill, Worcester, Under Sheriff of the County of Worcester. March 24th 1817. 40. (")— WORCESTER. The following are the only Persons who have been, or now are, in the Gaol of this County, for Offences against the Game Laws ; namely, Thomas Farley, convicted at the last General Sessions of the Peace of this County, held on the 14th day of January last, of being found in an inclosed ground in the occu- pation of Joseph Brown, in the night of the 29th of October last, with three nets, com- monly called gate nets, for the purpose of taking hares; and sentenced to six calendar months imprisonment, kept to hard labour, and fined one shilling to the King. Haywood Plant, convicted at the same Sessions of being found in the inclosed ground of Thomas Hill the younger, situate iu the Parish of Oldswinford, between the hours- of nine of the clock iu the night of the 14th of November and seven o'clock in the following morning, with a net, for the purpose and with the intent to destroy, take, or kill hares; and sentenced to twelve calendar months imprisonment, kept to hard labour, and fined one shilling to the King. And, William Sheppard, committed the 14th of the present month for three calendar months. Geo. Hill, Worcester, Under Sheriff. 22d February 1817. 41. — YORK. The number of Persons who now are, and who have at any time since the 17th of May 1816, been in confinement, for Offences against the Game Laws,— In the Castle of York, in and for the County of York - - Five. Sir William Mordaunt Milner, Bart. Sheriff's Office, York, Sheriff. 3d March 1817. 212. c II.— CITIES
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