Law Report of MARY ANN BROWN, 18 May 1832

MARY ANN  BROWN stealing from the dwelling house of RICHARD STEBBS, two seals, one ring, one pair of socks, one piece of ribbon, one pair of stockings, and two yards of camblet, at Port Stephens, on the 19th of Feb. Guilty, under the value of £5. To be imprisoned in the third class of the factory for two years.

See Original:LAW REPORTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Friday 18 May 1832, p.4