Prison report on Lilian Lenton, 20 February, 1913 (HO 144/1255/234788)
DAILY REPORT ON SUFFRAGETTE PRISONERS IN Holloway PRISON on 20th Feb 1913 (continued)
Lilian Lenton setting fire to a building at Richmond. Petty sessions, Richmond, 20/2/13 [This is a court held with two or more justices of the peace without a jury to deal with minor crimes]
For re-examination on 27/2/13
Has been in prison before but refuses to give any particulars.
If taking food voluntarily
Cannot say at present, as she has only just come in.
General conduct: bad, very defiant
Effect, if any of forcible feeding
Refuses medical examination-Is rather spare [thin]-unable to say at present
Located in special cell
Telephone Report 21st February 1913
Recognised by officers as having been in prison before but name cannot be given. Has taken no food since reception. Smashed up everything in the cell she was first placed in. Removed to a special strong cell. Kept apart from all other prisoners & not allowed to communicate. All privileges suspended.