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Deputy shall be constantly living in the midst of the Prisoners,
and keeping the whole assemblage of them under his eye.

Art. 13. So in like manner a Surgeon, under whose care a sufficient
quantity of all proper medicines shall be administered.
13 7 Medical assistance

14 8. SchoolingArt. 14. Schoolmasters in sufficient number shall be provided,
by whom instruction shall be administered, at least on Sundays, during
the intervals of Meals and Divine Service, in reading writing
and arithmetic, to as many of the Prisoners as shall be
found to stand in need thereof.

15 9. Prisoner's share of earningsArt. 15. Each Prisoner shall be allowed a share of his earnings
to the amount of not less than one fourth part of the
fair value thereof.

16 10. Provision for old age- Art. 16. A portion of such share (but unless with the
Prisoner's consent not greater than the half thereof) shall be
retained by laid up to serve under the management of the said Jeremy
Bentham and and his said Successors respectively as the consideration money for as a fund for a Superannuation
Annuity for the life of such Prisoner, the commencement & an adequate Superannuation Annuity, or series of successive
amount thereof to be determined by two referees, to be named the one Superannuation Annuities upon the principle of those granted
on the part of his Majesty by the said Lords Commissioners, the by the Societies called Friendly Societies, for the life of rich Prisoner,
other by the said Jeremy Bentham or his said Successors, with the commencement amount and conditions of such annuities
power to appoint an umpire.to be determined by two referees, one to be named the
one on the part of his Majesty by the said Lords Commissioners
the other by the said Jeremy Bentham or his said Successors, with power to appoint an umpire.

17 11. Penalty in case of escapeArt. 17. In case of escape the said Jeremy Bentham and his
said Successors shall respectively be made Debtors in their quarterly
account to the amount of £50 for every instance of such escape,
irresistible violence from without excepted: provided that they
shall be made Creditors to the like amount in case of recapture within the term of six Calendar Months.

18 12 Governor to ensure to prisoners livesArt. 18. The life of each Prisoner is to be insured by the
said Jeremy Bentham and his Successors at the rate of £100

Identifier: | JB/115/068/002
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