Police Report of UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN, 26 June 1829

On Monday a military officer of the garrison brought up his man servant on a charge of being most incontinently disposed, lazy, and disobedient withal. It was no later than the night before, when she was detected in a very improper dilemma, owing to which her male fellow servant was dismissed the service, and she was condemned to do penance for her peccadillo, with the third class in the Parramatta female factory.

See Original: “POLICE INCIDENTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Friday 26 June 1829, p.4