There is no redemption from Hell.

There is a place, partly under, partly by, the Exchequer-chamber, commonly called Hell, formerly appointed a prison for the King’s debters, who were never released from thence until they had fully discharged what they owed.

Entry taken from Provincial Glossary, edited by Francis Grose.

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There is no redemption from Hell

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