Mary Armstrong

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
9 November 1842

QUARTER SESSIONS—MONDAY, NOV. 7.

(Before W. E. MANNING, Esq., Chairman.)

JOHN HOGAN and MARY ARMSTRONG were indicted for an assault, and also for stealing from the person. They were both found guilty on the same count. The female was sentenced to be worked in the third class of the Female Factory, for six months; and HOGAN to be worked in irons for twelve months.


See Original: “QUARTER SESSIONS.—MONDAY, NOV 7.,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Wednesday 9 November 1842, p.2