Prisons in Ireland: Persons in Confinement in the Several Prisons in Ireland, 1805
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Description for Prisons in Ireland: Persons in Confinement in the Several Prisons in Ireland, 1805 Disbound. Papers presented to the House of Commons respecting Persons in Confinement in the Several Prisons of Ireland, since the 23rd July 1803. 35pp. Folio. Disbound, now in a protective folder. Edges worn and shaded, the text is very clear. Kilmainham Gaol, Newgate Gaol, Provost of Dublin, Carrickfergus Gaol, Provost of Belfast, Downpatrick Gaol, Provost of Cork, Limerick Gaol, Naas Gaol, Athy Gaol, Philipstown Gaol, Westmeath Gaol, Carlow Gaol, Clonmel Gaol, Waterford City and County Gaols, Wexford Gaol, Longford Goal, Enniskillen Gaol. Information includes the Names of Prisoners, Charges against them, Length of Time in Custody, How Disposed of, and the Funds by which they were Maintained during Confinement. It includes a Reference to the Confinement under the charge of High Treason, and the subsequent Execution of Robert Emmett on 20th September, 1803
Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed London
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