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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 8 Nov 1865 1

MUDGEE.

Tuesday evening.

    At the Mudgee Quarter Sessions, Charles Hamilton for stealing money, pleaded guilty; Bennis Shea, for highway robbery under arms, was found guilty; Charley, [aka Charlie] an aboriginal, for indecent assault, was found guilty; Thomas Middleton, for horse stealing not guilty; James Williams and Samuel Street, for stealing from a dwelling, a verdict of guilty of receiving against both prisoners was returned; John Lachlan, for cattle stealing, was acquitted; Patrick McGrath, for sheep stealing, was found guilty.

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Sydney Mail, Sat 11 Nov 1865 2

MUDGEE.

Tuesday evening.

    At the Mudgee Quarter Sessions, Charles Hamilton, for stealing money, pleaded guilty; Bennis Shea, for highway robbery under arms, was found guilty; Charley, an aboriginal, for indecent assault, was found guilty; Thomas Middleton, for horse stealing, not guilty; James Williams and Samuel Street, for stealing from a dwelling, a verdict of guilty of receiving against both prisoners was returned; John Lachlan, for cattle stealing, was acquitted; Patrick, McGrath, for sheep stealing, was found guilty.

 


1     The Sydney Morning Herald, (NSW), Wed 8 Nov 1865, p. 5. Emphasis added.

2     Sydney Mail, (NSW), Sat 11 Nov 1865, p. 10. Emphasis added.