Examples from the Web for newgate
But he was taken in the midst of the night, being ten of the clock, and after long trial by the Council, is now sent unto Newgate.Robin Tremayne|Emily Sarah Holt
The reports of the inspectors disclosed gross abuses, not only in the smaller county jails but in Newgate itself.The Political History of England - Vol XI|George Brodrick
Later in the evening he was sent back to Newgate, and his sentence changed to transportation.
In reply to this petition and representation, an answer was received appointing a meeting with the ladies at Newgate.Elizabeth Fry|Mrs. E. R. Pitman
But we may read between the lines and get some notion of medival Newgate.
British Dictionary definitions for newgate
Word Origin and History for newgate
1596, in reference to the famous London prison, which was torn down 1902-3.