Elizabeth McDonnall

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
2 September 1826

ELIZABETH MCDONNALL and ANNE SMITH, free, charged with being found drunk in the street, at a late hour last night, riotous and disorderly. The prisoners had been repeatedly brought before the Bench on similar charges, and being proved to be notorious prostitutes, and out all hours of the night in prosecution of their nefarious calling, were sentenced to the Factory, as the house of correction, for 6 months.


See Original:Police Incidents,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Saturday 2 September 1826, p.4