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  • To our credit -- we acted -- and nine prisoners serving long terms in Kingston Penitentiary, is the answer.

    The Threat to World Freedom

  • Nookudlah was brought down to the south, being taken to Stony Mountain Penitentiary, but unfortunately, as the Eskimos, through living in the pure air of the Arctic, are not immune to the diseases we have down here, he caught tuberculosis.

    The Royal Mounted Police in the Arctic

  • The Penitentiary is situated in the western part of the city, and has a façade over 300ft. in length.

    Richmond, Virginia

  • Penitentiary is short of a sufficient number of convicts to enable it to fill contracts made upon the basis of the usual supply.

    Buchanan's Journal of Man, November 1887 Volume 1, Number 10

  • Its principle, accordingly, but not its exact form, was adopted by Latrobe in carrying the plan into execution, by the erection of what is now called the Penitentiary, built under his direction. —

    The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia

  • The Penitentiary, which is under the wardenship of Mr. Fitch, is capable of accommodating about seven hundred and fifty prisoners, but at present their numbers are slightly under five hundred -- about three hundred men, and ninety women.

    The Secrets of the Great City

  • Blackwell's Island, known as the Penitentiary, is familiar to most of the residents of New York City, though the every day life of its inmates is practically known only to that class to which they immediately belong.

    The Secrets of the Great City

  • Dorchester Penitentiary, which is southeast of Moncton and holds roughly 440 inmates, was locked down on Sunday and a 59-year-old inmate was being investigated in the death of Roch Thériault, 63.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Its principle, accordingly, but not its exact form, was adopted by Latrobe in carrying the plan into execution, by the erection of what is now called the Penitentiary, built under his direction.

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • Its principle, accordingly, but not its exact form, was adopted by Latrobe in carrying the plan into execution, by the erection of what is now called the Penitentiary, built under his direction.

    Autobiography

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