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Remainder to any Assignee or Assignees of the said Samuel as aforesaid ,
with an allowance annexed to the said office of not less
than £12,000 a year payable quarterly clear of all taxes, fees,
gratuities and other deductions whatsoever and with interest
in case of arrear as aforesaid as also to appoint every such successive
Governor as aforesaid Feoffee of the said piece of ground
whereon or on part whereof such Penitentiary House or Houses to be purchased for the purposes of the said Statute of the 7th
of July 1794 as aforesaid : with the appurtenances shall be erected : provided that such
allowance shall not begin to become due untill one year after the
day when the said intended establishment shall be in readiness to
receive the said Convicts in pursuance to notice as aforesaid :
the said allowance of £27,000 together with the supplemental
allowance stipulated for as abovementioned , being intended to
include all the charges attending the custody , maintenance and
employment of the said original number of 1000 convicts in
manner hereinafter mentioned , during the first year : except only
the amount of the premiums for insurance herein after mentioned.

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

Art.7. 7 Supply to Prisoners — 1 — Food 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.


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