QUEEN’S PRISON

QUEEN’S PRISON

Queen’s prison. A prison established in 1842 in Southwark, to be used for debtors and criminals confined under authority of the superior courts at Westminster, the highest court of admiralty, and the bankruptcy laws. ? It replaced the Queen’s Bench Prison, Fleet Prison, and Marshalsea Prison but was closed in 1862.
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