Rules and Regulations of the General Penitentiary, Millbank; July, 1825

Rules and Regulations of the General Penitentiary, Millbank; July, 1825

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1825 edition. Excerpt: ...Taskmistresses and Assistant Number and Taskmistresses are similar to those of the Taskmasters 8eneraJ dutlfand their Assistants; and if an Assistant Taskmistress shall be permitted to be absent from the prison during the hours of work, or shall be acting as Taskmistress during the absence of that officer at such hours, her place must be supplied by one of the Nurses. 3.--The Female Warders, and 4--The Cook. There shall be six Warders to each of the Pentagons, Number and including the two Laundries, (and one Cook to the two general dutie8. Pentagons, ) and one extra Warder to supply the place of a Warder absent through indisposition or with leave. Their duties are similar to those of the similar officers in the Male department of the prison, but they shall dine all the year round at two o'clock. 5.--The Nurses. Number and Theee shall be two attached to the Female departgenerai uties. ment. attend the sick or lying-in Female pri soners in the Infirmary, as well as the children under the direction of the Surgeon and Matron; the senior Nurse shall keep a similar Report Book to that kept in each of the Male Infirmaries, in which Book reports shall be entered for the information of the Matron, and an Order Book for the entry of the Matron's orders; and the Nurses shall observe (as far as may be applicable) the Rules and Regulations laid down for the Warders of the Male Infirmaries. A Nurse shall supply the place of an Assistant Taskmistress or Female Warder, who may be absent from the prison, if so ordered by the Matron. III--OFFICERS Not Concerned In The Discipline Of The Peison. 1.--The Chaplain. 1. The Chaplain shall be in Priest's Orders, and HU qualificaapproved by the Bishop of the Diocese; and shall be resident in the prison. 2. He shall...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123695968X
  • 9781236959683