Ann Westwater

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
23 October 1829

ANN WESTWATER, a rosy cheeked, smirking, smiling, damsel, was accused of a propensity to tasting X waters, and when “tossicated,” with having most outrageously assaulted a fellow bond-maiden, for which the former was perscribed [sic] three months in the Parramatta Factory, and to be shorn of one of “Nature’s highest gifts of woman kind,” her flowing tresses.

See Original:POLICE INCIDENTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Friday 23 October 1829, p. 4