entire letter from F.W. Stewart, a convict, to W Thompson, Inspector of Police at Banbury, marked "Postpaid", rated "6d" and showing a good strike at lower left corner alongside Paid Liverpoool Br. Packet c.d.s. for 26 December, and "IRELAND-ISLE/BERMUDA" PM5 c.d.s. at upper right corner, arrival c.d.s. for 27 December on reverse. The printed contents headed "Medway", a hulk used as barracks, gives instructions as to what is and what is not permissable with regard to the writing of letters by convicts; the written portion refers to monies due from a loan given by the convict to a Mr. Kirby and which is still outstanding. The entire with overall staining on face panel, wear at folds and other small faults, though a unique item from the Covict Station on Ireland Isle. Also 1854 Discharge Reference for a guard on the convict hulk Medway and signed by the Overseer. A remarkable lot. Photo" /> cover 1858 (27 Nov.) printed<I> "Convict Establishment"</I> entire letter from F.W. Stewart, a convict, to W Thompson, Inspector of Police at Banbury, marked<I> "Postpaid"</I>, rated "6d" and showing a good strike at lower left corner alongside Paid Liverpoool Br. Packet c.d.s. for 26 December, and "IRELAND-ISLE/BERMUDA" PM5 c.d.s. at upper right corner, arrival c.d.s. for 27 December on reverse. The printed contents headed<I> "Medway"</I>, a hulk used as barracks, gives instructions as to what is and what is not permissable with regard to the writing of letters by convicts; the written portion refers to monies due from a loan given by the convict to a Mr. Kirby and which is still outstanding. The entire with overall staining on face panel, wear at folds and other small faults, though a unique item from the Covict Station on Ireland Isle. Also 1854 Discharge Reference for a guard on the convict hulk <I>Medway</I> and signed by the Overseer. A remarkable lot. Photo | Christie's