Middlesex Sessions:
General Orders of the Court

28th October 1789 - 5th December 1795

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Image 285 of 49621st February 1793

February 1793

But William Mainwaring< no role > Esqr having received a Letter from The
Right Honourable Henry Dundas His Majestys Secretary of State for the
Home Department inclosing a Certificate of the Surgeon and Apothecary to
Clerkenwell Bridewell which required to be taken into immediate consideration
The Chairman caused the Committee to be convened for the purpose of laying
the said Letter and Certificate before them for their consideration: And the
Committee having accordingly Met and fully investigated the Subject think it
fit that the whole of the Proceedings of the Committee together with the
Resolutions come to by them on that occasion should be laid before the
Court on the Country day of the next Session for which purpose they have
added the same to this their Report.

And Your said Committee having met on the said 31st. day of January
according to their Adjournment.


William Mainwaring< no role > Esqr . in the Chair.
The Revd. Dr. GlasseRupert Clarke< no role > Esqr.
Frederick Matthew< no role > Esqr .John Bond< no role > Esqr.
Charles Shepherd< no role > Esqr .Richard Smart< no role > Esqr.
William Bleamire< no role > Esqr .John Staples< no role > Esqr.

The Keeper of the House of Correction stated to the Committee that
Messrs. Baken and Co. had not furnished the several Articles which had
been ordered of them by the Committee.

Resolved that Mr Staples and Mr Stirling do forthwith wait
upon them to desire them to send in the several Articles which were
ready immediately or that they must be procured elsewhere.

Mr Chamberlayne informed the committee that the Prisoners were
mostly convalescent and that those who had died lately in the Prison
would have died had they been at their homes.

That Hitchcock died a complication of Disorders.

That Ann Smith< no role > died of Mortification brought on by a Venereal

That John Grant< no role > died of Common Fever.

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