1729 JAILS COMMITTEE. A Report from the Committee of the House of Commons appointed to enquire into the State of the Gaols of this kingdom, so far as relates to the cruel Usage of the Prisoners; which occasioned the following Trials. Proceedings against John Huggin, Warden of the Fleet [for the Murder of Edward Arne], Thomas Bambridge, Warden of the Fleet [for the Murder of Robert Castell, & for Felony], Richard Corbet, one of the Tipstaffs of the Fleet [an Appeal for the Murder of Robert Castell], and William Acton, Deputy-Keeper & Head Turnkey of the Marshalsea Prison [for the Murder of Thomas Bliss, the Murder of John Bromfield, the Murder of Robert Newton, & the Murder of James Thompson] & Minutes... touching a Charge against Sir Robert Eyre... for personally visiting Thomas Bambridge... whilst he was a Prisoner in Newgate, under a Commitment of the House of Commons, etc, etc. 1728-30.
Printed T. Wright, Essex Street, Strand; and Sold by G. Kearsley, No 46, near Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street, London. 1778. Fourth Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. A report separated from A Complete Collection of State Trials, not an offprint or a reprint. Large folio (10 x 16 inches). Printed in double columns. 74 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: State Trials::Large Folio;
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