Convict woman incarcerated in the Parramatta Female Factory.
MARY HARTIGAN, prisoner of the crown, who had amused herself the preceding night, by the assumption of a man’s dress, and in that disguise had perambulated the streets, until her person was noticed, and her disguise detected by the constables, was ordered to be sent to the Factory, where it was expected she would have an opportunity of changing her manners as well as her habits.
See Original: “THE POLICE,” Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), Thursday 5 January 1826, p.2
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MARY HARTIGAN, who had absconded from the Factory a few days since, was ordered to be returned by warrant.
See Original: “POLICE INCIDENTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Saturday 17 June 1826, p.3
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TUESDAY, OCT. 19. — MARY HARTIGAN charged with escaping from the Factory. Six months, Class No. 3.
See Original: “Police Reports. SYDNEY,” Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), Saturday 21 October 1826, p.3