OR PENITENTIAR1ES, IST IRELAND.
â€”>\ Above Seven-teen.
VALUE of LABOUR
ALLOWANCES OF FOOD, MONEY,
COUNTY OF CAVAN
258 76 295 39 331
f No employment by the"!
s county, except .some
trifling S Ijrepairs of the gaol --J
Debtors to support themselves, have 61b.
of* oatmeal, 14 Ib.
of potatoes, per week, and one pint of new milk or one quart of buttermilk daily ; criminals, &c.
are allowed gib.
of potatoes, per week, and one pint of new milk or oue quart of buttermilk, per day ; necessaries, &c are sometimes provided for distressed prisoners --.-....
At Kilnish sessions 43 tried
COUNTY OF CLÃ„RE:
per day for food is allowed to each eriminal, 4 d.
per day for food to each debtor; there is no settled allowance for fuel, but a sufficiency is allowed for the day room or common hall of each class, both for dressing victuals and affording the prisoners sufficient fire during hours of indulgence or recreation; clothing is allowed when neces-sary to all indigent prisoners -
There ia an occasional subsistence, for which a\ presentment must be made at the Assizes -J
COUNTY OF CORK: There is no power to enforce labour in the gaol, which is merely a Sheriff's prison ; the poor debtors who have no gaol allowance, are employed by the gaoler in pumping water for the use ofthe prison, and in sweep-ing and cleaning it, for which they are remunerated by an al-lo
of bread, 241b.
of potatoes, and 21 pints of milk, per week; no allowance of money is made to the prisoners, but shirts are provided for them at V the expense of the county, and money for other f clothing has been also occasionally presented Ior I them by grand juries -J
No allowance of food, money or clothing