The remarks show that Ole was sentenced to prison in "bridewell in Bergen" at the age of 51 years "following the High Court judgement of 16 Feb 1858 and the Royal Decree of 7 Apr 1858" for the crime of "Meeneed" (which I believe they mean meineed, which translates to perjury).
History Note: The original "Bridewell" was a royal castle (Bridewell Palace) in London that was built as a residence for King Henry VIII. Bridewell was donated to the city of London by King Henry VIII's son, King Edward VI, for use as an orphanage and for the punishment of "wayward women". In 1556, Bridewell was fully taken over by the City, who turned the grounds into a prison, hospital and workrooms for "vagrants and prostitutes". "Bridewell" soon became a common name for similar institutions across England and other European countries.
The release notes mention that Ole was "sent to the prison at Xania" on the evening of 7 Aug 1861. Xania was the abbreviated name of Christiania, Norway which is now known as Oslo, Norway. With a quick search, I was able to find Oslo kretsfengsel which opened in 1851.
Without further notes to go by, I would deduce that Ole was transferred to Oslo kretsfengsel to serve the remainder of his 6 1/2 year sentence.