New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 28 Feb 1845 1
The Tickets of Leave of the undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown have been cancelled for the reasons stated opposite their respective names.
William Dudley, Parkfield, indecent exposure; Hyde Park Barracks bench.
[signed] J McLean.
Prin. Sup. of Convict’s Office.
Sydney, 27th February, 1845.
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 3 Mar 1845 2
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:—
William Dudley, per Parkfield, for indecent exposure; Hyde Park Barrack Bench.
AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.—We have seen a sample of wheat, lately imported by Messrs Ker, Rawson, and Co, from South Australia, which is far superior to that usually imported from Bengal, being of a fine, clean, fresh, appearance. It is called Hill wheat, and has been very favourably spoken of in England, where it is sought after as a seed wheat. It could be laid down here as from drs 2.80 to drs 3 per bag of two Bengal maunds, and which would be much preferable to the Bengal grain for bread.
—Singapore Free Press.
1 New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 28 Feb 1845, p. 232. Emphasis added.
2 The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 3 Mar 1845, p. 4. Emphasis added.