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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 OFFENCES A G A I N S T TIIE GAME LAWS. O 32.— NOTTINGHAM. The number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th of May last, been in con- finement in the House of Correction for the County of Nottingham, for Offences acainst the Game Laws, is 25 ; of whom 8 are now in custody. Newark, March 22, 1817. Edw. Smith Godfrey, Clerk of the Peace. 33.— OXFORD. Return of the number of Persons who have been in confinement iu the House of Correction for the County of Oxford, since the 17th of May 1S16, for Offences against the Game Laws;— viz. N° of Persons in custody on the 17th May 1816, fori Offences against the Game Laws - - - J N° of Persons committed since the 17th May, for"! Offences against the Game Laws - - - j 39 N° of Persons committed since the 17th May, for| ^ Offences against the Deer Laws - Total 57 March 19, 1S17. Tho. Henry Taunton, Clerk of the Peace. 34.— PEMBROKE. No Person has been confined in any House of Correction within this County, since the i" th of May last, for Offences against the Game Laws. Haverfordwest, 17th March 1817. Hy Rees, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Pembroke. 35.— RADNOR. There has not been any Person confined in the County Gaol or House of Correction of Radnorshire, since the 17th May last, for any Offence against the Game Laws. Kington, March 21, 1817. Jas Davies, Clerk of the Peace. 36.— RUTLAND. A Return of the number of Persons who have at any time since the 17th day of May last, been in confinement in the different Houses of Correction of the County of Rutland, ioi Offcnces against the Game Laws ;— viz. None. Wm Ades, Clerk of the Peace for the said County. C
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