Police Report of ANNE DARBY, 6 September 1826

ANNE DARBY, Government servant to Mr. CHIPONG, (as stated in the Australian of Saturday, 19th ult.) for receiving two yards of print from ARCHIBALD MACCORVAN, a free servant to Mr. FRANCIS, were again brought up—they had been fully committed to the next Quarter Sessions—the one for stealing and the other for receiving. The woman was now sentenced to three months seclusion amongst the third class in the Factory.

See Original: “Police Incidents,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Wednesday 6 September 1826, p.3