Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
13 January 1844
HONORA FLYNN, charged with absconding, said she was making the best of her way to see her mother, whom she had not seen for a long time. The magistrate observed that he feared she would be some time longer without enjoying that pleasure, and sent her, likewise, two months to the third class of the Factory, the first and last weeks in solitary confinement.
Female Factory Online, (femalefactoryonline.org), “Law Report of HONORA FLYNN,” https://femalefactoryonline.org/law-reports/p18440113-4/, accessed [insert current date].
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