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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Sat 12 Apr 1834   1  

Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Sydney, 8th April, 1834.

TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED.

THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following persons have been cancelled for the reasons set against their respective names, viz:—
    Anne and Amelia, Andrew Young, absence from district
    Asia (7), Sally Corcoran, drunk before the police court and absence from district
    City of Edinburgh, Mary Brien alias Forest, repeated drunkenness and disorderly conduct
    Guildford (2), John Holly, drunk and disorderly and violent assault
    Guildford (2), Patrick Dillon, immoral conduct.
    Hebe, William Head, appearing at church muster in a state intoxication
    Ditto, Edward Excell, leaving his district, and following a woman with whom he had been improperly intimate
    Mangles (2), William Cook, found on the premises of an inhabitant of Parramatta at midnight, with intent to commit a felony
    Ditto, Robert Cusan, drunkenness while on duty as a constable
    Marquis of Hastings (3), John Wright, stealing flour
    Minerva (3), Patrick Burke, harbouring and employing assigned servants
    Morley (1), John Seymour, indecent assault on a female child
    Prince Regent (1), James Jackson, absence from district and obtaining money under false pretences
    Ocean (2), Cornelius Brown, gross indecent and immoral conduct

By his Excellency’s command,

ALEXANDER MCLEAY.

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The Sydney Herald, Mon 14 Apr 1834  2  

    Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, 8th April, 1834.

TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED.

THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following persons have been cancelled, for the reasons set against theirrespective names, viz:—
    Anne and Amelia, Andrew Young, absence from district;
    Asia 7, Sally Corcoran, drunk before the Police Court, and absence from district;
    City of Edinburgh, Mary Brien alias Forest, repeated drunkenness and disorderly conduct;
    Guildford 2, John Holly, drunk and disorderly and violent assault;
    Guildford 2, Patrick Dillon, immoral conduct;
    Hebe, William Head, appearing at church muster in a state intoxication;
    ditto, Edward Excell, leaving his district, and following a woman with whom he had been improperly intimate;
    Mangles 2, William Cook, found on the premises of an inhabitant of Parramatta at midnight, with intent to commit a felony;
    ditto, Robert Cusan, drunkenness while on duty as a constable;
    Marquis of Hastings 3, John Wright, stealing flour;
    Minerva 3, Patrick Burke, harbouring and employing assigned servants;
    Morley 1, John Seymour, indecent assault on a female child;
    Prince Regent 1, James Jackson, absence from district and obtaining money under false pretences;
    Ocean 2, Cornelius Brown, gross indecent and immoral conduct.

By his Excellency’s command,

ALEXANDER MCLEAY.

 


1  The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Sat 12 Apr 1834, p. 6. Emphasis added.

2  The Sydney Herald, Mon 14 Apr 1834, p. 4. Emphasis added.