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

30/04/1817

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4 I I-— PERSONS COMMITTED OR IN CONFINEMENT, & C. 13.— DURHAM. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May last, been in confinement in the House of Correction at Durham, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. Names. When Committed. Thomas Vinton John Nesbitt William Jewitt Thomas Thuswelwood John Peacock 6. William Hodgson - 7- 8. 1. 2. 3- 4- 5 John Armstrong Joseph Hobson 20th March 1817. 27th July 1816. 19th September. - 3d January 1817. ' 8th. 5th February. 20th. - 11th March. 13th. John Dunn, Deputy Clerk of the Peace for the County of Durham. 14.— ESSEX. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May 1816, been in confinement in the several Houses of Correction in the County of Essex, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. In Chelmsford House of Correction ----- 9 In Halsted House of Correction ------ 2 In Newport House of Correction 8 T11 Colchester House of Correction - In Barking House of Correction - } Chelmsford, 25th March 1817. 39 W. Bullock, Clerk of the Pcace for the County of Essex. 15.— FLINT. A Return of Persons confined in the Common Gaol at Flint in the County of Flint, since the 17th day of May 1816, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. o- 4- NAMES. Moses Johnson Thomas Brookes John Morris Thomas Jones - John Williams - Daniel Williams - By whom Committed. Hope Wynne Eyton, Clerk - - - -/ Edward Morgan, Esq. - Ditto - - Ditto - Tho. M. Edwards, Esq. Ditto Date of Commitment and Time. 1816. 13th Nov. for 3 Months. 16th Dec. for 6 Months. - Ditto - - - - Ditto - - - - 1817. 21st Feb. for 6 Months. Ditto - Crimes. For using a Greyhound tor destroying Hares. For having in his pos- session Dogs and Nets for destruc tion of Rabbits. - Ditto. - Ditto. For making use of cer- tain Dogs and Nets for taking and killing Game. - Ditto. Will. Wynne, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Flint. 16. — G LOUCESTER. The Return of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May Jast, been in confinement in the different Houses of Correction in the County of Gloucester, for Offences against the Game Laws; viz. In the House of Correction at Horsley In - - Ditto - - - at Northleach - In - - Ditto - - - - at Lawfords Gate In - - Ditto - - - at Little Dean - 17 J9 1 Total - 37 Dursley, March 25, 1S17. Edw. Bloxsome, Deputy Clerk of the Peace.
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