Ellen M’Nally

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
24 March 1837

POLICE.

WEDNESDAY.—ELLEN M’NALLY, assigned to MR. BARNETT, was picked up in Pitt-street, on Tuesday night, on suspicion of being a runaway. MR. BARNETT said she had been absent since Friday, when she had permission to be out for an hour; her mistress was confined to her bed, on which account she said she would on no account exceed the time for which she had leave. Two months to the third class of the Factory.


See Original: “POLICE,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Friday 24 March 1837, p.3