Illustrations
Map. Establishment of Workhouses in Jamaica, 1780–1838, 24
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1. Captured Runaways Advertised by Jamaican Workhouses, 1791–18
2. Jamaican Workhouse Populations, 36
3. Sentences Received by Slaves Entering Jamaican Workhouses, 182
4. Offenses Punished by Stipendiary Magistrates, 1834–35, 72
5. Cases Brought before Stipendiary Magistrates White and Carnaby
6. Outcome of Decisions by Stipendiary Magistrates White and
Carnaby, 76
7. Cross-section of Design for Prison Treadmill, 89
8. Longitudinal Section of Design for Prison Treadmill, 89
9. Rules and Regulations for the House of Correction
in the Parish of St. Thomas in the East, 94
10. Plan of the Gaol and House of Correction at Black River in St. E
beth’s, 95
11. Plan of the St. Andrew House of Correction, 96
12. Plan of the St. Catherine House of Correction, Spanish Town, 97
13. Ground Plan and Elevation of the House of Correction
in the Parish of St. David, 98
14. Interior View of a Jamaican House of Correction, 106
15. A Treadmill Scene in Jamaica, c. 1837, 108
16. Populations of All Prisons in Jamaica and of General Penitentiar
1837–70, 125
17. Number of Prisons in Jamaica, 1837–70, 127
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