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

30/04/1817

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II. RETURNS prepared pursuant to an Address of Tlie House of Commons, of the 28th February last ; 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 England and Wales, for OFFENCES AGAINST THE GAME LAWS ;— So far as the same have been received from the Clerks of the Peace for the several Counties, by His Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department. 1.— BEDFORD. The number of Persons at this time in confinement is Thirteen, being the greatest number at any one time; and Ten of that number have been committed since the first day of February last. Theed Pearce, jun. Bedford, Clerk of the Peace. 18th March 1817. 2.— B ER K S. A Return of the number of Persons who have since the 17th day of May 1816, been in confinement in the Houses of Correction, in the County of Berks, for Offences against the Game Laws viz• 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 8 Q IO 11. 12. Name of Persons. Term of Confinement. George Bradley Thomas Clark William Day Francis Day - Henry Deadman Thomas Haifacre Henry Willis James Nicholls Thomas Pike Thomas Whitway Thomas Linson George Osborne 13. Richard Rymell 14. Thomas Mason 15. John Herbert 16. Richard Godfrey Newbury, 19th March 1817. J - 3 Months. I) 0 D° D° D° - 6 Months. - - 3 D° D° D° D° Tried and convicted under the Act of 56 Geo. IIL c. 130 ; and sentenced to be im- prisoned, each 6 months to hard labour; the . first and last week in a solitary cell. { Tried and convicted under the said Act, and sentenced to be imprisoned 1 year to hard labour; the last week in a solitary cell. - 3 Months. - D° Tried and convicted at the last Assizes for killing a male Deer, and sentenced to be transported for 7 years. W. Budd, Clerk of the Peace. 251. A
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