It appears from Mr. Howard, that in England there are six prisons that have Rules belonging to them. In London, two, the Fleet (p. 156), and the King's Beach (p. 196): in Carmarthen two (pp. 422, 468); one in the Cornish borough of Lostwithiel (p. 386); and one in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (p. 422).

RP Book 2 Chapter 8