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|Anxiety The most anxious man in the prison is the governor. t;|:o|t(;E BIZRNAIKD |
smtw Anxiety is fear of oneself. WILII ELM STEKEL Anxiety is a thin stream of fear
trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other ...
|We were anxious to ascertain which class of criminals gave most trouble to the |
prison authorities. " Sometimes ... Give me long-sentence men — I say it as the
governor of a prison — they won't try to escape. Most of them have never
|Come what may, comrades, we must keep our powder dry, and we need not |
worry for, as Bernard Shaw has said : 'The most anxious man in a prison is not
the prisoner, but the warden.' Are we satisfied with the seemingly lethargic and ...
|We have found in some prisons, in situations of trust, as wards- men, monitors, &c|
, men whom we instantly recognised as having been confined for previous
offences in other prisons, and that unknown to the governor of the prison who
had promoted them. ... Wherever we have proceeded on our tours of inspection,
we have found the magistracy most anxious to second your Lordship's
enlightened efforts ...
|At Pentonville this was not done because the Governor did not initially consider it |
practicable. ... Not only had the prison never had a free-ranging outsider with a
mandate to probe its most intimate corners, it had never had a woman on the ...
|Hoffman ordered Sangster to report the names of the men who refused to perform |
the duty, promising to forward the ... Six days later, Governor Edward Salomon of
Wisconsin forwarded to Hoffman a petition signed by forty-eight paroled ... He
concluded that the most extreme reports were, “except perhaps in some rare
instances, wholly false or very much exaggerated. ... Parole] is the anxiety of the
men to go to their homes and their unwillingness to do anything to better their
|The Governor then said, " The Act certainly is a most beneficial Act ; but more |
prisons are necessary, and there is a negligence ... I hold, then, that I am justified
in asserting that never was there a legislative body more anxious to carry out the
wishes of the executive ... of colour, a member of the Assembly, a man of great
intelligence and considerable influence, wjth the consent of the Assembly,
|... proving thereby his innocence of the charges brought against him, is |
nevertheless confined in prison for them ; and, ... This alone, I think, is fully
deserving of the anxious attention of the Government. ... of excitement and party
spirit ; but the House will recollect that the situation of that country is different from
most others. ... One of the charges made against the Governor, which, on the first
glance, appeared to be the very worst that could be made out against any man,
furnishes a strong ...
|The removal of the leg irons had been mainly due to Ramensky's own actions by |
petitioning the governor and others. ... be one of the most significant lessons he
was to learn as a prisoner: as there was little likelihood of beating the regimen of
prison life, ... He had been desperately anxious for this release, much more so
than usual, as he wanted to demonstrate that ... The story goes that their men had
been baffled by the workings of safes in one of the Japanese consulates in Italy
|and not all these men were on duty all the time.90 By the time of Hep- worth |
Dixon's visit the number of staff members had risen, but only to 42. ... Most of the
offenders who were reported to the governor received a penalty, but most
penalties were small: an hour or a few ... show a habit of patient investigation by
the governor, an anxious desire on his part to avoid inflicting unmerited
punishment, and a ...