Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
31 October 1834
ELIZABETH MARMON, better known by the cognomen of “Long Bet,” and who had been a very frequent customer at the office, was put to the bar. Wardsman SKINNER found the prisoner in George-street, and upon his ordering her to go home, she commenced a volley of abuse, and he was compelled to take her to the watch house. ELIZABETH was sent to Mr. WESTON’S Bazaar for being a common prostitute and disorderly.
See Original: “Police Incidents,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Friday 31 October 1834, p.2