Police Report of SARAH JACKSON, 21 October 1833

SATURDAY.—SARAH JACKSON was charged with perpetrating hot gin punch until she was regularly floored, and lay stretched on the ground, giving forth fine nasal music, to the tune of Paddy Cary. When discovered, and awoke, she called upon her Tom, as she styled him, and desired him to give her one tumbler more. The constable, whose time was precious, clapped her under his arm, and carried her off to the caravansarie. Six weeks GORDON’s aviary.

See Original: “POLICE INCIDENTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Monday 21 October 1833, p.3