Report on Female Factory, 10 August 1832

STATE OF THE FEMALE FACTORY, PARRAMATTA, on the 4th August, 1832

Under Colonial sentence: 152

Solitary confinement: 0

Confined by order of the Committee: 1

Nursing Children: 86

Old and Infirm: 9

Monitresses, servants, cooks, &c: 16

In hospital: 10

Sick in Factory: 3

Assigned, wanting to be withdrawn: 67

Number assignable: 69

Total Number of Women: 44 [sic 413]

Children under one year: 49

Children under two years: 35

Children under three years: 31

Total Number of Children: 151 [sic, 115]

State of the gaol this morning:

Trial: 61

Death: 5

Remanded: 1

Transportation: 4

Bail: 2

Confines: 10

Labour: 17

Iron-gangs: 21

Road ditto: 1

To be dealt with: 19

Factory: 13

Debtors: 14

Total: 169

Three men are under sentence to be hanged to-morrow morning.

See Original:State of the Female Factory, Parramatta, on the 4th August, 1832,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Friday 10 August 1832, p.3