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A prison governor's ledger has come to light after 100 years to reveal a rogue's gallery of Victorian criminals and the petty offences that saw them jailed.
The fascinating document is filled with black and white mugshots of ne'er-do-wells along with a list of their convictions which today would barely warrant going to court.
Some of the bizarre crimes that led to jail terms back then included the theft of chocolate, stealing a haddock, frequenting a brothel and being an 'incorrigible rogue'.
The ledge is now coming up for auction.