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But the exigency respecting the female is of more (I understand) a very pressing
one. – If so, I am ready solicitous to do the best whatever may be in
my power towards meeting this exigency, with the utmost promptitude.

Gentlemen apprehensions (I understand) are pretty
must alive to the danger of prison breaking insurrection and forcible escape on the part
of males: these such apprehensions will not be equally (I suppose) be excited
strong respecting in equal strength by the females.

On the supposition of a good high surr wall surrounding
wall of sufficient height, without ladder or any
thing else within to climb over it by, and if gentlemen
please with a parallel ditch on the outside to let in the water
upon any one who should attempt to get out escape by undermining
– with this last remedy, and added to that of
the Inspection principle (a principle just as easily
built upon in such a case as any other a principle) in any
humble view of the matter the slightest building temporary
building that could be suggested for the purpose of with a view to dispatch
could be suggested, might be to in such a case for safe custody.
On the outside, Gentlemen to the above provisions no clear view of the matter would
not yet be sufficient might state in exterior Watchmen
such as one of my plans exhibit, station in addition to the two which I should probably think proper to provide. Gentlemen in whose view of the matter the above provisions would not yet be sufficient, might station as many additional guards
as to the in their view might seem necessary. It be Of these guards
it bring being the destination not to see the prisoners, or any
of them, but in the event and at the moment of eruption, there
will would be no objection (I suppose) to their being of the stronger sex.
Might not such a place as Chelsea Hospital be resorted to for this purpose?


Identifier: | JB/117/344/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 117.

Date_1

Marginal Summary Numbering

5-6

Box

117

Main Headings

panopticon

Folio number

344

Info in main headings field

letter ii females temporary panopt.

Image

001

Titles

Category

correspondence

Number of Pages

2

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

d1 f3 /

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

th 1806

Marginals

jeremy bentham

Paper Producer

andre morellet

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

1806

Notes public

letter 2110, vol. 8

ID Number

38961

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