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The chief event in this county had been the destruction of paper-making machinery at Wycombe.
The Commission opened on 11th January: the duke of Buckingham and Mr. Maurice Swabey were the local
commissioners. There were one hundred and thirty-six prisoners to be tried, almost all young and illiterate:
only eighteen were forty years of age or over. Forty-four men and boys were found guilty of the capital
charge of destroying paper machinery. Most of the other prisoners who were charged with breaking threshing
machines were allowed to plead guilty and let off on their own recognisances, or else the charge was not
pressed. An exception was made in a case in which some members of a mob had been armed with guns.
Three men who had carried guns were sent to transportation for seven years, and thirteen others involved
were sent to prison for two years or eighteen months. Several men were tried for rioting, and those who
had combined a demand for increased wages with a request for the restoration of parish buns were sent to
prison for six weeks....