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New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 6
Pardons in New York. --Gov. Morgan's (of N. Y.) report on pardons, reprieves and commutations, made to the Legislature, in compliance with the requirements of the Constitution, shows that during the year 1860, he granted seventy-eight unconditional pardons, and commuted fourteen sentences. The total time for which these persons were sentenced to prison amounts to four hundred and forty- five years; the amount of time commuted and pardoned is two hundred and forty-four years.
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Pardons in New York. --Gov. Morgan's (of N. Y.) report on pardons, reprieves and commutations, made to the Legislature, in compliance with the requirements of the Constitution, shows that during the year 1860, he granted seventy-eight unconditional pardons, and commuted fourteen sentences. The total time for which these persons were sentenced to prison amounts to four hundred and forty- five years; the amount of time commuted and pardoned is two hundred and forty-four years.
Pardons in New York. --Gov. Morgan's (of N. Y.) report on pardons, reprieves and commutations, made to the Legislature, in compliance with the requirements of the Constitution, shows that during the year 1860, he granted seventy-eight unconditional pardons, and commuted fourteen sentences. The total time for which these persons were sentenced to prison amounts to four hundred and forty- five years; the amount of time commuted and pardoned is two hundred and forty-four years.