Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
12 October 1841
SATURDAY, OCT. 9.
Before the Chairman and Registrar of the Supreme Court.
THOMAS THOMPSON and SARAH TURNER were indicted for having on the 27th day of August last, stolen a silver watch, the property of DAVID PEATEY. The jury returned a verdict of guilty against each of the prisoners, when THOMPSON was sentenced to be worked for the period of three years in irons, and SARAH TURNER, to be confined and worked in the third class of the Female Factory for the period of twelve calendar months.
See Original: “QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Tuesday 12 October 1841, p.2