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1863, sessional number 499. xxx and 580 pp. Report, Order of Reference, Proceedings of the Committee, List of Witnesses, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, Analysis of Index and Index. Committee appointed February 1863. The Chairman was Earl of Carnarvon. Evidence given by 24 witnesses including John George Perry, an Inspector of Prisons and surgeon, Edward Smith, physician [1818 ?-1874, see D.N.B.], Major-General Sir Joshua Jebb, Surveyor-General of Prisons [1793-1863, see D.N.B.], Major William Fulford, Governor of Stafford Gaol, William Musson, Governor of Leicester Gaol, William Merry, Chairman of the Visiting Justices of Berkshire County Gaol at Reading, Edward Shepherd, Governor of the West Riding Prison at Wakefield, Sir Walter Crofton, Chairman of Board of Directors of Irish Convict Prisons from 1854 to 1862, William Oakley, Governor of Taunton Gaol, James Anthony Gardner, Governor of Bristol Gaol, William Augustus Guy, physician and Medical Superintendent of Millbank Prison [1810-1885, medical statistician, see D.N.B.], George Pinson, Governor of Norwich Castle Gaol, William Petworth, Governor of West Sussex County Gaol at Petworth, Major C. W. Bannister, Governor of Kent County Gaol at Maidstone, Charles Augustus Keene, Governor of Leeds Prison, John Dayton, Governor of St. Albans Gaol, George Whitehall, Governor of Poole Borough Prison, Thomas Harpur Colvill, Governor of Coldbath Fields Prison [Farringdon, London], William Griffiths, Governor of Worcester City Gaol, George Julyan, Governor of Falmouth Gaol. Appendix B is ‘Amended Table of Dietaries, County Gaol, Stafford’. Appendix C contains tabulated scales of ‘Crank Labour to be enforced during a Sentence of Imprisonment with Hard Labour’ at Leicester Gaol. Appendix G comprises ‘Letter from Edwin Chadwick … 4th December, 1835, to Boards of Guardians, enclosing Dietaries’. Appendix H is ‘Amended Table of Dietaries for Prisoners in Norwich Castle’. Appendix I is ‘Section of the Treadwheel in use in Petworth Gaol …’. Appendix K is 2 interior views of Gaol Chapel, Bristol. Appendix M is ‘Dietary Table of the House of Correction, Coldbath Fields’. Chief subjects and places investigated and reported upon include association of prisoners, borough gaols, Bristol Gaol, Coldbath Fields Prison, crank machines, crime, deterrent influences, diet, exercise, punishments, hard labour, industrial labour, inspection, Leeds Borough Gaol, oakum-picking, shot-drill, sleeping accommodation, solitary confinement, Reading Gaol, reformation of criminals, separate system, treadwheel, Wakefield Prison, workhouses, Abingdon Gaol, chapels, corporal punishment, discharged prisoners, Lewes Naval Prison, Leicester Gaol, Millbank Prison, Petworth Gaol, Poole Borough Gaol, Reading Gaol, rules and regulations, Wakefield Prison, school instruction, amalgamation of prisons, prison dress. Folio. Ex-lib. Home Office (1 stamp only, to front endpaper). Bound in stout tan cloth boards with titling to spine. Boards trifle rubbed and worn to corners. Rubbing and slight splitting to spine. Binding sound. Slight staining (brown ink?) to title page. Some slight water staining, but paper generally in good sound condition. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Report From the Select Committee on the House of Lords on the Present State of Discipline in Gaols and Houses of Correction, 1863: Together With the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix On a subject so large in extent as that referred to them, the Committee have obviously been unable to carry their inquiries into the particular management and details of all or even of the majority of county and borough prisons. Enquiry into the Irish and Scotch prisons is not included in the Order of the House; and the Welsh Gaols, from their smaller size, and as falling naturally under the rules and principles of penal discipline which are applicable to the English prisons, have appeared to demand somewhat less investigation than those in England. With regard to the English Gaols and Houses of Correction, they have endeavoured, as far as lay in their power, to summon for examination witnesses who, from official position or from known differences of personal opinion, might in some sense be said to represent the various schools of thought and practice which the administration of our prisons has developed. Amongst so many persons speaking on so many and such various systems of prison management, some conflict of evidence is naturally to be found, but that disagreement is one rather of opinion than of fact, and it turns mainly upon points of secondary importance. The Committee have been greatly guided towards their general conclusions by the remarkable concurrence on the larger questions of many of the ablest and most experienced witnesses whom they have examined. I. They have, in the first place, to remark that many and wide differences, as regards construction, labour, diet and general discipline, exist in the various Gaols and Houses of Correction in England and Wales, leading to an inequality, uncertainty and inefficiency of punishment, productive of the most prejudicial I esults. In some gaols, such as Wakefield, the cells are constructed on the separute system; in many, as at Leicester and Stafford, a portion only of the cells are certified, though all prisoners are separated; and in others, such as Maid tone and Coldbath-fields, the associated system still prevails extensively. On reference to a Return Ordered by the House of Commons, 18 April 1856, it appears that the separate system was not at that time established in the Borough Gaols of Bodmin, Falraouth, Saltash, Exeter, Barnstaple, Colchester, Ilford, Gloucester, Deal, Dover, Westminster, Oxford, Beccles, Hastings, and Rye, in the southern district; nor in those of Leicester, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Louth, Spilsby, Norwich, Kings Lynn, Nottingham, Wenlock, Litchfield, Wnvwick, Coventry, Appleby, Kendal, York Castle, and the City Gaol, in the northern disti ict. The Queens Bench in Surrey, and the countv prisons of Coldl)athfields, Monmouth, and Rutland are also described as wanting in the accommodation of separate cells (together with the Liberty Prison of St. Albans). Since then the gaols at Saltash, Deal, Beccles, Hastings Coventry and Wenlock have been closed, whilst many have been wholly or partially fitted up with sepaarate cells. Amongst these are the gaols of Bodmin, Exeter, Gloucester, Oxford, Nottingham, Leicester and Warwick, together with the estminster House of Correction. The differences with regard to labour are still more marked. In some gaols Appendix N. the treadwheel is the chief and occasionally the only means of giving labour. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781332181179

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Descripción Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Report From the Select Committee on the House of Lords on the Present State of Discipline in Gaols and Houses of Correction, 1863: Together With the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix On a subject so large in extent as that referred to them, the Committee have obviously been unable to carry their inquiries into the particular management and details of all or even of the majority of county and borough prisons. Enquiry into the Irish and Scotch prisons is not included in the Order of the House; and the Welsh Gaols, from their smaller size, and as falling naturally under the rules and principles of penal discipline which are applicable to the English prisons, have appeared to demand somewhat less investigation than those in England. With regard to the English Gaols and Houses of Correction, they have endeavoured, as far as lay in their power, to summon for examination witnesses who, from official position or from known differences of personal opinion, might in some sense be said to represent the various schools of thought and practice which the administration of our prisons has developed. Amongst so many persons speaking on so many and such various systems of prison management, some conflict of evidence is naturally to be found, but that disagreement is one rather of opinion than of fact, and it turns mainly upon points of secondary importance. The Committee have been greatly guided towards their general conclusions by the remarkable concurrence on the larger questions of many of the ablest and most experienced witnesses whom they have examined. I. They have, in the first place, to remark that many and wide differences, as regards construction, labour, diet and general discipline, exist in the various Gaols and Houses of Correction in England and Wales, leading to an inequality, uncertainty and inefficiency of punishment, productive of the most prejudicial I esults. In some gaols, such as Wakefield, the cells are constructed on the separute system; in many, as at Leicester and Stafford, a portion only of the cells are certified, though all prisoners are separated; and in others, such as Maid tone and Coldbath-fields, the associated system still prevails extensively. On reference to a Return Ordered by the House of Commons, 18 April 1856, it appears that the separate system was not at that time established in the Borough Gaols of Bodmin, Falraouth, Saltash, Exeter, Barnstaple, Colchester, Ilford, Gloucester, Deal, Dover, Westminster, Oxford, Beccles, Hastings, and Rye, in the southern district; nor in those of Leicester, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Louth, Spilsby, Norwich, Kings Lynn, Nottingham, Wenlock, Litchfield, Wnvwick, Coventry, Appleby, Kendal, York Castle, and the City Gaol, in the northern disti ict. The Queens Bench in Surrey, and the countv prisons of Coldl)athfields, Monmouth, and Rutland are also described as wanting in the accommodation of separate cells (together with the Liberty Prison of St. Albans). Since then the gaols at Saltash, Deal, Beccles, Hastings Coventry and Wenlock have been closed, whilst many have been wholly or partially fitted up with sepaarate cells. Amongst these are the gaols of Bodmin, Exeter, Gloucester, Oxford, Nottingham, Leicester and Warwick, together with the estminster House of Correction. The differences with regard to labour are still more marked. In some gaols Appendix N. the treadwheel is the chief and occasionally the only means of giving labour. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781332181179

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