ANN LAMBERT, assigned to Mrs. HELY, made her [appearance] at the bar for about the twentieth time on a [similar] charge, viz. being fond of roaming without [leave?] had and obtained. She was taken out of a house in Goulburn-street, at ten o’clock on Tuesday evening, by a trap, while in the act of dancing an Irish jig. To affect a change in her roaming propensities, ANN was sent to the third class of the factory at Parramatta, to ruminate for 3 months.
See Original: “Police Incidents,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Friday 17 October 1834, p.2