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

30/04/1817

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8 I I -— P E R S O N S C O M M I T T E D OR IN C O N F I N E M E N T , & C. ao — NORFOLK. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May 1816, been in confinement in the d life rent Houses of Correction; and also in the Common Gaol in and for the County of Norfolk; for Offences against the Game Laws, with the Dates of their Commitments, and a Specification of their Offences. Names of Offenders. 1. Barnard Hoe - - - 2. Benjamin Barber 3. George Ives - - - 4. William Randall - - 5. Benjamin Hall - - 6. Robert Russell - - 7. Robert Tuck - - - 8. Thomas Claxton, junior . Michael Purdy - - 10. William Long, junior 11. Thomas Tuck - - 12. Mingay Rampling 13. George Bone - - - March 1817. Dates of Commitment. 12th October 1816 14th December 1816 3d January - 1817 3d January - 1817 15th January 1817 11 th January 1817 lotli December 181G - - Ditto - - - - Ditto - - - - Ditto - - - - Ditto - - 8th February 1817 24th February 1817 Clerk Specification of Offences, See. Tried and convicted of a Misdemeanor in taking Game in the night, with a net, contrary to Statute 56 Geo. III. cap. 53, and sentenced to twelve months imprisonment. Convicted of using a snare to destroy Game, to be imprisoned three, months. Convicted of a Misdemeanor in having and using a gun to kill Game 111 the night, contrary to Statute 56 Geo. III. cap. 53, and sentenced to be imprisoned two years. Convicted of the like offence, and sentenced to be transported for seven years. Convicted of the like offence, and sentenced to be imprisoned for two months. Convicted of the like offence, and sentenced to be imprisoned for two years. For the like offence, to be imprisoned one yeat. I'or the like offence, to be imprisoned one year. For the like offence, to be imprisoned two years. For the like offence, to be imprisoned one year. For the like offence, to be imprisoned one year. Convicted of using snares to take Game, with- out having the Certificate required by law, and fined £. 20, and committed for six calendar months, unless the fine and costs be sooner paid. Convicted of using snares to destroy Game, not being qualified so to do, and fined five pounds, and to be imprisoned for three calendar months, Stokes, of the Peace for the County of Norfolk. 30.— NORTHAMPTON. An Account of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May 1816, been in confinement in the different Houses- of Correction of the County of Northampton, for Offences against the Game Laws ;— viz. Eight Persons in the House of Correction at Northampton. Three Persons in the House of Correction at Oundie. P> eside the above mentioned Persons there were two committed to the Common Gaol at Northampton, for Offences against the Game Laws; and one other Person to the Common Gaol at Northampton, for Deer stealing. Chr Smyth, Clerk of the Pcace for the County of Northampton. 31.— NORTHUMBERLAND. There has not been any Person in confinement in the several Houses of Correction in the County of Northumberland, for Offences against the Game Laws, since the 17th of May last. Two men, named Christopher and Joseph Fawcett, were committed to the Gaol of the County of Northumberland, and tried and convicted at tiie last Sessions, of going armed in the night time in a plantation, with intent to kill a Pheasant, contrary to the Act passed iast Session of Parliament, and received sentence of transportation for 7 years. Newcastle- upon- Tyne, Thos Davidson, • 2p March 1817. Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Northumberland
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