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granted, by the Court before whom such conviction shall have taken place. Provided that if one such felon shall so have
been convicted of divers felonies, the sums payable on account
thereof shall not in the whole exceed the several utmost sums
respectively above limited.
Art.21. 21 Governor amenable summarily to Justice - To keep the management of the said intended
Penitentiary Establishment the more constantly and effectually
under the eye of Justice, it is hereby also agreed that the said first
intended Governor and his said Successors shall on the first
day of every term by themselves respectively or their sufficient
Deputy present to the Court of King's Bench a Report, exhibiting
in detail the whole state , moral and medical of the establishment:
together with the economical state thereof , at least in so far as
the Public on behalf of the Prisoners is interested therein : and
moreover that they shall also by such deputy or if thereto ordered
or required by the Court in person, then and there , as well as on any
other day or days on summons from the Court or in Vacation time
from 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 whatsoever.
Art.22. 22 New the profit upon the Stock to remain to the Representatives of the first Contracting 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 22nd 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

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