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prison charities of London, Middlesex, and Southwark

City of London Corporation

prison charities of London, Middlesex, and Southwark

A short account of their foundation, the enquiries held respecting them, and the scheme proposed for their future application by the Court of Aldermen and the Corporation ... (and) the report of Mr. Hare (to the Charity Commissioners) ... and other documents.

by City of London Corporation

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Published by (The Corporation?) in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes report on the charities, 1866, by Henry Chatteris.

ContributionsChatteris, Henry., Hare, Thomas, 1806-1891., Charity Commissioners.
The Physical Object
Pagination58 p. ;
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19145952M

The latter, last rebuilt after the Great Fire of London, confined felons and debtors from the City of London and the county of Middlesex, and smugglers and debtors to the Crown. Crowded together as many as thirty to a room, the inmates of Newgate Prison lived in abominable conditions amid filth and :// The Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact) is a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families. We support people to make a fresh start, and minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment to people who have committed offences, to families and to ://

There was formerly in Southwark but one Prison, particularly, serving for the whole County of Surrey, and that called the WHITE LYON, which was for the Custody of Murtherers, Felons, and other notorious Malefactors; It was situate at the South end of St. Margarets Hill near unto St. Georges Church; but that being an old decayed House within ?page=book4_   [5] In , there were forty-eight deaths from cholera in Milbank prison, amounting to per cent, of the average number of prisoners. In Tothill Fields prison there were thirteen deaths among eight hundred prisoners, or percent. The other prisons on the north side of the Thames are supplied either by the New River Company, or from pump-wells, and there was but one death from cholera in

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Prisons in Southwark,(Mapco) Bradshaw says ‘ the left, reached either through Trinity Square or by the Lane itself, is Horsemonger Lane Jail, the place of imprisonment and execution for the county of Surrey.’.The jail was built between next to Sessions House, now the Inner London Crown it was renamed the Surrey County :// The prison also contained workrooms and a hospital.

It was largely destroyed in the Great Fire of London and re-built soon after, before being finally demolished in All that remains of the prison buildings is the gateway on New Bridge Street at number The rest of the old site is now occupied by the Unilever Building on the :// Hicks Hall in Clerkenwell, Guildhall in the City of London and St Margaret’s Hall in Southwark were all locations for the trial of routine crimes ranging upwards in seriousness from petty pilfering.

However, as London and Middlesex were never covered by an Assize For Corporation of London records relating to prisons see: CLA/ Holloway Prison, CLA/ Wood Street Compter, CLA/ Giltspur Middlesex Compter, CLA/ Poultry Compter, CLA/ Southwark Compter, CLA/ Prisons and Compters, CLA/ Ludgate Prison, CLA/ Whitecross Street Prison, CLA/ Newgate Prison, COL/CA/PCA: Court of https://aimcom/cats//htm.

Southwark always lived in the shadow of The City of London across the river, and provided the support necessary to maintain and Southwark book capital’s metropolitan way of life. As early asa proclamation gave butchers a place in Southwark to dump their refuse, and so the link with leather working as a by-product of the butchers’ trade can be :// 2 days ago  Middlesex, historic county of southeasternEngland, incorporating central London north of the River Thames and surrounding areas to the north and west.

Most of Middlesex, for administrative purposes, became part of Greater London in The River Thames was the key to the history of ://   London Charities 4 London Citizens London, City Families London Fleet Prison Marriages London Fourth Classis Register London (BRS) Hearth Tax London (CD) Huguentos London Lord Mayors Court London Poll Book Middlesex Return of Owners of Land London & Middlesex (CD39) Quaker   London Fleet Prison Marriages London Fourth Classis Register London Lord Mayors Court Middlesex (CD) Marriages Phillimores Middlesex (nmf) Non Conformist Reg pre Middlesex Plea + Memoranda Rolls London Poll Book Marriage Licences Bishop of London + London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) holds coroners’ records for the City of London and Southwark and for the former counties of London and Middlesex and, fromfor Greater London.

The primary purpose of the appointed coroner in England, since the establishment of the office in the early middle ages, has been to investigate sudden Horsemonger Lane and Gaol during the notorious execution of the Mannings.

Maria and Frederick George Manning were executed on 13 November for the murder of Patrick O'Connor. Shows Union Road, ://?i= Get this book in print. AbeBooks; Middlesex military Nicholas o'clock occasion officers parliament passed Paul's persons petition pounds present prince regent prison proceeded proper queen received recorder regiment reign returned Richard river river Thames Robert royal The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Rome2rio makes travelling from Southwark to HM Prison Bronzefield easy.

Rome2rio is a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world. Find all the transport options for your trip from Southwark to HM Prison Bronzefield right ://   Clerkenwell.

The Middlesex house of correction was originally built inand was rebuilt in It held many more prisoners than New Prison, the county prison intended to hold prisoners awaiting trial in house of correction often contained more than one hundred prisoners at a time, and numbers increased with the inclusion of prisoners sentenced to hard labour following Taunton Prison.

Visitors Book. Wilton (Taunton) County Gaol and House of Correction. Daily Business. Q/AGW/11/ London Metropolitan Archives. Keeper's letter book. Southwark Borough Compter. Daily Business. CLA//02/ Southwark Compter. London Metropolitan Archives. Keeper's account books.

Southwark Borough   PRIS 11/1 - 14 Day Book of Commitments PRIS 10/ Alphabetical list of prisoners for debt who are in the custody of the Marshalsea PRIS 10/ Index to Marshalsea volumes (undated) The Marshalsea was in Southwark on Borough High Street 'The MARSHALSEA PRISON is situated in ://?topic= Commemoration of the London Bridge Attack.

1 year, 11 months ago. Southwark Cathedral will be marking the first anniversary of the attack on London Bridge and the Borough Market throughout the day on Sunday 3 June.

Visitors are welcome to come to the   Victorian London - Charities - list of charities. see also Herbert Fry's Royal Guide to the London Charities () - click here "The Charity for the Houseless Poor affords nightly shelter and sustenance to the absolutely destitute working- classes, who are suddenly thrown out of employment by inclement weather.

The asylum accommodates persons; the amount of relief afforded in night   It includes material on London as a whole, as well as covering the historic units of the City of London, Westminster, Southwark and Middlesex.

Areas in Greater London which were formerly within Essex, Kent or Surrey are shelved with their respective county in the English local collection (BC Essex, BC Kent and BC Surrey). South London Law Centres. Southwark Law Centre, Blackfriars, Cambridge House and the Afro Asian Advisory Service provide work placements so you can gain an insight into the workings of a law centre and the public advice sector in areas such as Employment Law, Housing Law and Immigration law.

Taught by qualified lawyers   The East End of London, often referred to within the London area simply as the East End, is the historic core of wider East London, east of the Roman and medieval walls of the City of London and north of the River does not have universally accepted boundaries to the north and east, though the River Lea is sometimes seen as the eastern ://.

Inperhaps reflecting widespread popular anger about prison conditions, the Gordon Riots resulted in the destruction of at least eight London prisons and houses of correction: Newgate, the Fleet, Clerkenwell House of Correction, New Prison, Surrey House of Correction, the Clink, King's Bench Prison, and the Borough but the Clink were immediately ://  Hi There was also Whitechapel Debtor's prison - not sure of the actual date of closure.

The Fleet City of London closed in The King's Bench prison Southwark was officially renamed the Queen's Bench in (though unofficially known as this ?topic=Currently he is also Co-Chair of the Southwark and London Housing Association.

Prior to this he had been the Inter Faith Relations Adviser to the Archbishops' Council and Secretary of the Churches Commission on Inter faith was awarded the OBE in the New Year's Honours List in for services to inter faith relations in