Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
30 January 1841
A Corner’s [sic] Inquest was held at the Plymouth Inn, Cumberland-street, on the body of a male infant, unnamed, of which a prisoner of the Crown, named MARY CLARK, assigned to Mr. NEASTROP, of the same street had been delivered on the previous day. From the evidence of Dr. HARNETT, however, it appeared that the confinement of the woman had been greatly premature, and the infant in question must consequently have been still-born. A verdict was therefore returned to that effect.
See Original: “INQUEST,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Saturday 30 January 1841, p.2