Report on Female Factory, 22 June 1832

Colonial Secretary’s Office,

Sydney, June 18, 1832

NOTICE is hereby given, that Families who are in want of Female Servants, may be supplied from the prisoners arrived in the Ship Southworth, from Cork, provided they apply according to the established form, on or before Thursday the 28th instant.

The assignees will be required to enter into an engagement, under a penalty of forty shillings, to keep their servants for one month, unless removed by due course of law, according to the regulations contained in the notice of the committee of Management of the Female Factory, dated 29th May.

Printed forms of application may be obtained at the office of the principal Superintendent of Convicts.

By command of His Excellency the Governor,

ALEXANDER McLEAY

See Original:No Title,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Friday 22 June 1832, p.1