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30 pages. Rare government publication of this Annual Report for the year ended September 30th, 1913, submitted by the Attorney-General O.T. Daniels to James Drummond McGregor, Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia. Individual description of specifics of 19 County jails [2 in Shelburne Co.], and the jail in Little Brook [Clare Municipality] and in Tusket [Argyle Municipality], as well as the "semi-penal" reformatories: Monastery of the Good Shepherd, Saint Patrick's Industrial School, and The Protestant Industrial School [all in Halifax]. Three page preamble, followed by jail-by-jail description including: location, name of Sheriff and of Jailer, condition of building and grounds, number of prisoners admitted in the last year, the number discharged on expiration of sentence, discharged on bail, the number sent to penitentiary, and the number remaining in jail. Male and female prisoners are distinguished. Side-sewn with wraps pasted to edge. Chipping to wraps and 2 inch split at spine from head, but binding remains sound and all well attached. Small plate of Ewart G. Morse to first and final leaf and, as usual, his initials to head of pp. 7, 17, 27. George Sinclair was at this time Inspector of Humane and Penal Institutions.
Title: Thirteenth Annual Report on Penal Institutions of Nova Scotia
Publisher: Halifax, Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer: 1914
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: Books006281
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