Bathurst Advocate, Sat 29 Apr 1848
SATURDAY, APRIL 22.
MONDAY, APRIL 24.
Before the Police Magistrate, George Ranken, Esq, E Park, Esq, and DM Irving, Esq.
John Byhurst was charged with immoral conduct, and the Bench decided to recommend the cancellation of his ticket.
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New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 7 Jul 1848
THE tickets of leave of the undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown have been cancelled for the reasons stated opposite their respective names:—
John Byhurst, Lady Harewood (1), immoral conduct, Bathurst Bench.
[signed] J McLean.
Princl. Sup. of Convict’s Office,
Sydney, 4th July, 1848.
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 8 Jul 1848
TICKETS-OF-LEAVE CANCELLED.—The following prisoners of the Crown have had their tickets-of-leave cancelled for the reasons stated against their respective names:—
John Byhurst, per Lady Harewood (1), for immoral conduct; Bathurst Bench.
1 Bathurst Advocate, (NSW), Sat 29 Apr 1848, p.3.
2 New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 7 Jul 1848, p. 839.
3 The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 8 Jul 1848, p. 3.