qr PENITENTIARIES, IN THE UNITED KINGDOM; year 1818; distinguishing Tried from Untrisd, Males from Females, those under the Age of Seventeen and those above it:â€”Also, Number of separate Classes or Departments it is divided, and how far the Number of those Divisions can, without great Inconvenience or
done, antl the Application thereof; and generaily of the subsisting Regulations for the Discipline and Government of each Prison, and in peviation, and under what Authority it has been allowed, in all such Prisons respectively; as far as relates to Ã¼-etet/.
VALÃœE of LABOUR
ALLOWANCES OF FOOD, MONEY, AND CLOTHING.
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COUNTY OF ANTRIM
85 365 4Â» 23 284 None
16 13Â» 84 16 About Â£.20
-For the good of the house
25 have got the benefit of the Act of "I
No labour done
of oatmeal, 3 stone of potatoes, and 7*Â» pints of sweet milk, per week, to each prisoner, 1 each class is furnished with soap aalt and a razor I for shaving, new jackets and trowsers made of * brown cloth, shirts and shoes are eiven by the / inspector to those who are really in want of I them --------J
Same allowance as above.
No allowance to debtors confined in Ballycastle gaol.
No work is done
COUNTY OF ARMAGH:
A sixpenny loaf per diem; the prisoners are"\ forbid to comraute this allowance for other pro-visions, but it is impossible to prevent an occa-> sional breach of this order, clothing is generaily | allowed to convicts when removing -
Each prisoner while confined reeeives daily six-pence worth of bread, which is reimbursed by presentment at the next assizes 5}
COUNTY OF CARLOW
worth of bread each day to every felon,~] and is.
worth of bread each week, to the > very poor debtorÂ« -----_J
Col 19-i dolore.
(d) Prisoners are committed for a short period only, and until it may be con-venient to transmit them to the county gaol at Armagh, in said county.
Cai Zoio :â€”(e) There are three corridors in the felons part of the gaol and house of correction, with eight sleeping rooms in each 8 feet by 6 ; one of those
corridors is oecupied by women, and the other two by men ; it was originally intended that one person only should sleep in each cell, but from the number now in custody, they are obliged to sleep two and three in each bed.
There are three rooms for debtors, two for males and one for females, the dimensions are, N"' 1 and 2, 18 feet by 14; NÂ° 3, 10 feet square, these rooms are but capable of containing nine