Elizabeth Brown

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
20 January 1837


FRIDAY.—Before the Chairman, assisted by W. CLARKE, Esq., and a Civil Jury.

ELIZABETH BROWN was brought forward, charged with having stolen a cap from the box of a man, named BARON, to whose wife it had been entrusted for the purpose of being washed, she being a laundress. Guilty. Sentenced to be confined and worked in the third class of the Factory in the House of Correction, for twelve calendar months.

See Original:SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Friday 20 January 1837, p.2