Police Report of MARY VAUX, 20 November 1829

On Friday an assigned female servant, cognominated MARY or MOLLY VAUX, was had up, and accused of repeated insolence, aggravated by frequent tippling, and fits of intoxication, and a strong propensity to be doing naughty sort of tricks,—for each, and every of which, the frail descendant of Mother Eve was assigned from her service, to the Parramatta female factory, there to spend three months secluded with class three.

See Original:POLICE INCIDENTS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848) Friday 20 November 1829, p.4