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any Judge thereof, full true and perfect answer make to
all such questions as shall be put to them in relation thereto,
not only on the part of the Court or Officer of the Crown, but
by leave of the Court on the part of any other person or persons whatsoever:
and shall also at any time severally and respectively
surrender their said Offices if thereto ordered by the said Courts [+] [+] according to the order thereupon to be made by the said Court, on proof duly exhibited <add>displayed
as above or otherwise of misbehaviour in the execution of the same office.</add>

Art.22. 22 — 15 The profit upon the stock to remain to the Representations of the first controuling Governor untill satisfaction be made by the public - Reasons And Whereas by a Report made to the Honourable
the House of Commons by a Committee of the said House,
and dated the twenty-second day of March 1784 it appears that
according to the first estimates made by Mess:rs Blackburn & Hardwick Architects of the expence of erecting Penitentiary Houses
fit for the reception of 900 Prisoners according to the plan
prescribed by the Statute of the 19th of his Majesty Chapter
74, the same would have amounted to the sum of £210.352,
making for the said hereby intended number of 1000 Prisoners
the sum of £233,724,,8,,10 1/2; and according to the reduced
estimate afterwards made by the said Architects would for the
said number of 1000 have amounted to 183,£652,,4S,,5d 1/4, exclusive
of the expences of fitting up and stocking the said Establishment;
all which expences together, considering the usual
and almost unavoidable difference between estimated and actual
expence, could not reasonably be reckoned at less than £215,000
in the whole; insomuch that the said Jeremy Bentham,
wheresoever he shall have fulfilled the present agreement
in relation to the said intended Establishment, including
the fitting up and stocking of the same, may reasonably
be computed to have saved to the public to the amount of
£200,000 out of the said £215,000 at the least and Whereas
the sum of £15,000 (being all that will remain of the said
allowed sum of £27,000 after setting apart the sum of
£12,000 for the maintenance of the said thousand Prisoners for

Identifier: | JB/115/069/002
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