NSW List of Cancelled Tickets-of-Leave in 1832

THE Tickets of Leave, granted to the following Persons, have been cancelled for the reasons set against their respective names ; viz:—

9th January, 1832

Mary Bolds, Edward (1), — stealing.
Thomas Colvin, Dromedary, — keeping a disorderly house.
Benjamin Constable, Dick, — making housebreaking implements.
Michael M’Donnell, Boyne, — absconding and drunkenness.

16th January, 1832

Peter Gallagher, Regalia, — driving cattle on the sabbath, suspected to have been stolen.
James Hollander, Guildford 3, — absence from muster.
Michael M’Gill, Henry Porcher, — highly improper conduct.
Martin Mitchell or Muldoon, Henry Porcher— riotous and disorderly conduct.
James Scott, Royal Charlotte, — for assaulting a female child.
Mary Sullivan, City of Edinburgh, — having stolen property in possession.

23rd January, 1832

Sarah Coleman, Minstrel (1) — Assault and keeping a disorderly house.
Thomas Fowler, Dick — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
John Mann, Elisabeth (3) — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
Charles March, Indian — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
James M’Kone, Sir Godfrey Webster (2) — Assault, and harbouring an assigned female servant
William Murphy, Canada (3) —Insolence.
Robert Parsons, Ocean (1) — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster.
William Pate, Recovery (1) — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
John Pepper, Malabar, (1) — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
Richard Ryan, Eliza (3) — Burning farming property.
Bernard Sands, Boddington, — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster.
Thomas Williams Smith, Grenada, — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster
Thomas Thomas, alias Rtberck, Surry (1) — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster.
William Wiltshire, General Stuart — Habitual neglect of Sunday’s muster

4th February 1832

Patrick Mullen, Henry Porcher — Stealing

12th March, 1832

James Briggs, Speke (2), — disorderly character.
Hannah Caffin, Harmony, — absence from her husband one night.
Thomas Carle, Indefatigable (2), — contempt of court.
John Fitch, alias Knatchbull, Asia (5), — forgery.
Robert Holton, Ocean (l), — theft.
Henry Lee, Grenada (2), — selling property supposed to have been stolen.
Matthew Lock, Albion (1), — theft.
John Maguire, Countess of Harcouit (4), — receiving stolen property.
Isaac Radford, Batavia, — selling property supposed to have been stolen.
John Thompson, Fortune (2), — stealing.

17th April, 1832

Claude Barrois, Baring (2), — Absent from district.
Patrick Conlan, Almorah (2), — Robbery.
John Dorman, Southworth, — Drunkenness.
John Gallagher, Countess of Harcourt (2), — Assault.
John Jones, Mangles (1), — Stealing.
James Leeson, Providence (1), — Falsely charging persons with felonious acts.
Thomas Newby, Competitor, — Having property in his possession supposed to be stolen.
William Pearce, Surry (4), — Theft.
Abraham Samuels, Manlius, — Gambling.
Daniel Sullivan or Murphy, Mangles (4), — Stealing wood.
Thomas Woodbridge, Mary (2), — Drunkenness.

30th April, 1832

Elizabeth Dalton, Grenada (4), — stealing a duck.
Nicholas Dunn, Midas (2), — making away with property belonging to his employers.
Henry Feathers, Hadlow (1), — attempting to escape from the Colony.

8th May, 1832

Joseph Allwright, Earl St. Vincent (2), — gross breach of trust and dishonesty.
Denis Reilley, Boyne, — raising a false and malicious report.
Isaac Smith, Morley (1), — drunk and absent from his district.
James Smith, Daphne, — theft.

12th June, 1832

Francis Cassidy, Countess of Harcourt (4), — convicted of embezzlement and fraudulent practices.
Thomas Cuddy, Regalia, — sundry thefts and peculations.

26th June, 1832

Patrick Connolly, Mangles (4), — for having obtained it under a false Representation
Robert Hodnet, Mariner (3), — for Theft
John Johnson, Speke (2), — for receiving Stolen Property
Laurence Larkin, Marquis Huntley (2), — for Disobedience, and Absconding from his Master’s Employ
Andrew Monks, Guildford (3), — for Employing a Runaway while in Charge of a Station in Argyle
Michael Neal, Three Bees, — for Assaulting a Constable.

10th July, 1832

Simon Brien, Regalia, — Violently assaulting a female.
Henry Smith, Albion (1), — Drunkenness and rioting.

21st August, 1832

Patrick Adams, Southworth—purchasing slop clothing and rations from a prisoner of the Crown.
Joseph Bevan, Prince Regent—breaking open a store, and stealing.
Edmund Farley, General Hewitt — uttering forged orders.
Patrick Fraber, Pilot—opening a letter addressed to a constable, and other improper conduct.
John Hughes, Elizabeth (1) — obtaining property on a forged
Edward Ledsham, Guildford (6) — uttering forged orders.
Joseph Risby, Born in the Colony — immoral conduct.
John Smith, Glory — harbouring prisoners of the Crown.
James Walsh, Cambridge — having stolen flour in his possession
John Welsh, Somersetshire—gross prevarication in giving evidence.
Thomas Woodland, Princess Royal—found on the premises of the Principal Superintendent of Police at night.

October 1832

Anne or Nancy Campbell, Louisa, — Receiving stolen scarf.
Joseph Donnelly, Larkins, — Forgery.
Thomas Holford, Atlas (4), — Stolen property in his possession.
William McGill, Countess of Hareourt (4), — Uttering a forged note.
John McMaugh, Phœnix (3), — Drunkenness and neglect of muster.
Jeremiah Sullivan, Earl St. Vincent (3), — Drunkenness and insubordination.
Henry Thompson, Surry (4), — Stealing wheat.

6th November, 1832

Thomas Bromfield, General Stewart, — Assaulting a female
Garret Cotter, Mangles (2), — Suspicion of stealing a mare, and for contempt of Court
John Elms, Mariner (1), — Obtaining goods under false pretences
James Hall, Marquis of Wellington, — Perjury and absence
Thomas Hall, Countess of Harcourt (3), — Harbouring a female prisoner
Richard Knighton, Asia (5), — Stealing
Richard Lloyd, Batavia, — Receiving stolen tobacco
John Moran, Daphne, — Theft
Joseph Webb, Hindostan, — Making away with money belonging to his master

18th December, 1832

Mathew Davis, or Daly, Morley (4), — Drunkenness on the Sabbath, and neglect of church service.
Michael M’Donnell, Boyne, — Drunkenness and rioting.
William Murrell, Recovery (1), — Embezzling property belonging to his employer.
John O’Donnell, Sophia, — Prevarication in giving evidence.

Sources:

  1. 9th January 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, January 12). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.
  2. 16th January 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, January 23). The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 – 1842), p. 3.
  3. 23rd January 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, January 24). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.
  4. 4th February 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, February 9). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.
  5. 12th March 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, March 14). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 12.
  6. 17th April 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, April 18). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 63.
  7. 30th April 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, May 2). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 79.
  8. 8th May 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, May 9). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 85.  
  9. 12th June 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, June 13). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 129.
  10. 26th June 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, June 27). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 152.
  11. 10th July 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, July 11). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 182.
  12. 21st August 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, August 22). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 245.
  13. October 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, October 10). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 329.
  14. 6th November 1832 Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, November 14). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 403.
  15. 18th December 1832  Tickets of Leave Cancelled (1832, December 19). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 – 1900), p. 469.
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