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" I have said, is designed to be, from all its arrangements, an object of terror; and every thing is accordingly contrived, to make the life endured in it as burdensome and miserable as possible. In conformity with this idea, the place chosen for the prison... "
A History of Newgate of Connecticut, at Simsbury, Now East Granby: Its ... - Page 91
by Richard Harvey Phelps - 1860 - 151 pages
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Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General Collection of ...

John Warner Barber - Connecticut - 1836 - 560 pages
...as I have said, is designed to be, from all its arrangements, an object of terror ; and every thing is accordingly contrived, to make the life endured...copper mine, of which the excavations are employed for cells. They are descended by a shaft, which issecured by a trap door, within the prison house,...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis - United States - 1845
...as I have said, is designed to be, from all its arrangements, an object of terror ; and every thing is accordingly contrived, to make the life endured...idea, the place chosen for the prison is no other than tht mouth of a forsaken copper-mine, of which the excavations are employed for cells. They are descended...
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Newgate of Connecticut: Its Origins and Early History. Being a Full ...

Richard Harvey Phelps - American loyalists - 1876 - 105 pages
...life, endured iu it as burdensome and miserable as possible. In conformity with tills Idea, the plnco chosen for the prison is no other than the. mouth of a forsaken copper-mine, of which the excavations arc employed as cells. They are descended by a shaft, which Is...
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Newgate of Connecticut: Its Origin and Early History. Being a Full ...

Richard Harvey Phelps - American loyalists - 1901 - 105 pages
...t Only the most dangerous and refractory were thus heavily ironed. " This establishment, as I haye said, is designed to be, from all its arrangements,...the place chosen for the prison is no other than the month of a forsaken copper-mine, of which the excavations are employed as cells. They are descended...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis - United States - 1901
...as I have said, is designed to be, from all its arrangements, an object of terror ; and every thing is accordingly contrived, to make the life endured...the prison is no other than the mouth of a forsaken copper-mine, of which the excavations are employed for cells. They are descended by a shaft, which...
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