Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
10 November 1846
SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS
The Court of Quarter Sessions was opened on Monday, the 2nd Instant, at Darlinghurst; but the business did not commence till Tuesday, in consequence of the Court House being occupied for the election of a Councillor for Cook Ward.
The following prisoners were tried:—
CATHERINE KELLY, for stealing books from a Church, was sentenced to be worked in the Factory for six months.
See Original: “SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Tuesday 10 November 1846, p.3