Canada - Saguenay, Quйbec - Quite a Summer

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Ditto combined with any of the preceding. 8. Forfeiture of days of remission of sentence.... PRISON ROUTINE 364. Summer in any rule means March 1 to October 31 and Winter means November 1 to the last day of February. AFTER SIXTY YEARS 59 365. m. m. m. 367. m. m. in winter; Dinner at 12:15 noon and Supper in the cells after closing. 369. m. m. in Winter. When the bell is rung, convicts shall undress and hang their clothes upon the pegs. 370. The lamps allowed for good conduct convicts to read, shall be extinguished on the ringing of the last bell.

Dark Cell 50 hours and 24 hours. 10 days RT lost. 1883. Convict Cardinal - for stricking [sic] convict J. Hawson with a shovel at casting time in the foundry. — Judgement suspended. 64 CANADA'S BIG HOUSE 1883. Convict Brown - for smocking [sic] in the kitchen. This is not the first time doing so. — Dark Cell 48 hours. 1883. Convict Hubbs - for refusing to put up 80 moulds for a day's work. Hubbs says he will put up 70 moulds and do them good but says he cannot put up 80. — I have inquired and believe that Hubbs can put up 80 good moulds in 4 hours.

White bread or 3 qtrs. Ib. potato, half Ib. beef, mutton or pork. Females: One pint soup, qtr. Ib. brown bread and qtr. Ib. white bread or half Ib. potato, three-eighths Ib. beef, mutton or pork. SUPPER Males: 10 oz. white or brown bread, 1 pt. coffee sweetened OR 1 pt. of mush [corn meal porridge] with half gill of molasses. Females: 6 oz. white bread, 1 pt. of tea sweetened OR 1 pt. of mush with half gill of molasses plus vegetables in season. The reader will have noted how Victorian morality constituted the warp and the woof of the regulations of 1868.

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