Oil, Soap, Coals and Beef

CIMG4173The magistrates of Surrey – the men in charge of the house of correction at Brixton – were extremely careful about how the county’s money was spent.  Most of the supplies to the prison were put out to public tender.  These images are taken from the quarter session records for 1827 held at the Surrey History Centre in Woking, and reproduced with permission.


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