Mary Egan

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
23 December 1841


WINDSOR, Dec. 18.—The Court of Requests, which was opened on the 14th, terminated the following day about five o’clock. There were 301 cases altogether, including those which were continued from September last.

On Thursday, the 16th, the Court of Quarter Sessions was opened, and fifteen cases were disposed of as follows:—

MARY EGAN was sentenced to hard labour in the factory for two months for stealing a piece of pork.

See Original: “COUNTRY NEWS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Thursday 23 December 1841, p.3