Law Report of ANN PATTISON, 14 December 1832

QUARTER SESSIONS. The adjourned Court met on Monday last, in the Court House, for the purpose of passing sentence on prisoners convicted but not sentenced at the late sittings, and affording the first two instances of punishment under the new Act for the transportation of offenders…

ANNE PATTISON, convicted for having in her possession a stolen gown, to be imprisoned in the third class of the factory for six weeks.

See Original: “QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Friday 14 December 1832, p.3