Even so, their stay there was hardly more than three hours and the ventilation a lot better than it was in the condemned cell
He was removed from the condemned cell
to the prison hospital.
During his first spell in the Tower in 1603, Sir Walter Raleigh sent a similarly direct and powerful letter to his wife while he waited in the condemned cell
, fully expecting to be executed.
Their Condemned Cell
, 1986--a parody of a well-known 19th-century Hungarian painting--displays tin and wire figures and objects in Dada anarchy.
Needham; and a celebrity murderess, Sarah Sprackling, whom Hogarth sketched in her condemned cell
While awaiting her fate in the condemned cell
, Eastwood's mother, who was assumed to be dead, came to visit her.
You will retrace the footsteps of commander Pearse into his condemned cell
in Kilmainham Gaol, and down into the Stone Breakers' Yard for his execution.
For his last fortnight in his condemned cell
, Peter Manuel said virtually nothing and just listened to the radio.
In the aria Hywel, in the condemned cell
, sings farewell to "my Blodwen, my love, my all?
In the condemned cell
, a prison officer would stay 24 hours a day and the Governor would visit with any news of appeals.
It feels like having a reprieve from a condemned cell
," said Alice.
Portraits of literary worthies adorn the staircase and the restaurant door was salvaged from the condemned cell
of the city's Calton jail.
At three minutes to eight, the executioner William Billington and his assistant John Ellis entered the condemned cell
, 50 yards from the scaffold.
The condemned cell
is twice the size of the normal cell and has the luxury of a fireplace.
The town hall, built in 1853, was once also a prison with a condemned cell