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during the first year: except only the amount of the premiums
for insurance herein after mentioned.

6. Power to employ Prisoners.Art. 6. The said Jeremy Bentham and his Successors as
abovementioned shall moreover be respectively allowed to employ theretain
Prisoners for the proper benefit of them the said Governors, toapply to their own use the produce of and profit upon the
receive to themselves the whole produce and profit of their labour,labour of all and singular the Prisoners so to be kept to labour
and the same to retain, under the direction of them the said Governors subject only to the allowances to be made
to such Prisoners in manner herein after mentioned.

7 Supply to Prisoners 1 Food Art. 7. Each Prisoner shall be supplied every day with
wholesome food, as much as he shall choose: but the quality in
other respects is expressly reserved to the choice of the said
Jeremy Bentham and his Successors as a means of engaging
the said Prisoners, without the spur of corporal severities, to set
their hands to labour.

8 2. Cloathing Art. 8. Each Prisoner shall be kept properly cloathed,
and to that purpose shall be supplied at least once a year with
a compleat suit of such cloaths as shall be allotted, and with
a clean shirt at least twice in every week.

9 3. Bedding Art. 9. Each Prisoner shall be constantly supplied with
a separate Bed and Bedding of sufficient warmth, and kept
in a state of constant cleanliness; clean sheeting or blanketing
being supplied to each at least once in every month.

10 4. Warming and lighting. Art. 10. The Prison shall at all proper seasons and in
every part thereof be sufficiently warmed and lighted.

11 5 No spirituous liquor Art. 11. No Prisoner shall be suffered to have access to
any kind of spirituous or fermented liquor, except in as far
as the same shall have been prescribed in the way of Medicine.

12 6 Religious Instruction Art. 12. A Chaplain, being a Clergyman of the Church
of England, shall be provided ho in person or by Occasional Deputy

Identifier: | JB/115/068/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 115.


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