Judith M’Leod

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
13 July 1847

COUNTRY NEWS

PARRAMATTA

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS

The sittings of this Court commenced last Tuesday (with a calendar of twenty-three prisoners, and twenty charges), and concluded on Thursday.

The Chairman was assisted on the Bench during the Sessions by G. ELLOTT [sic], Esq., P. M., Dr. ANDERSON, Dr. FOSTER, Dr. PARSONS, Captain FORBES, and A. L. M’DOUGALL, Esq., J. P.’s.

The members of the Bar present were Mr. CALLAGHAN (Crown Prosecutor), Mr. PUREFOY, and Mr. HOLROYD.

The following were the indictments, and their result.

THURSDAY

JUDITH M’LEOD, indicted for having on the 23rd June, 1847, stolen a piece of print, the property of GEORGE WELLS, of Banks Town, was sentenced six months in the third class Female Factory.


See Original: “COUNTRY NEWS. PARRAMATTA. COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Tuesday 13 July 1847, p.4