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  2. TRIAL OF RICHARD GRIMSHAW, ON FRIDAY the 13th Instant; Charged with Violendy and Inbumanly Beating his Infant Daughter, Mary Grimshaw, aged seven Years, and there by giving several mortal Bruises, on the 26th day of Sept. 1803, which were the the Cause of her Death upon the 4th day of January, 1804.

    Wr. WENTWORTH, then of Parramatta, Surgeon, state to the Court on Oath, that he had attended the Infant some days prior to its decease, and that u[?]on his first visit he ...

    Article : 739 words
  3. EXAMINATIONS BEFORE HIS HONOR THE LI[?]UT. GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES.

    A Complaint was exhibited by Ann Fox against R, Hemoton, to whose charge, she had committed some washed linen, upon going from home, until she should return, a ...

    Article : 243 words
  4. CAPTAIN R. R..BURGESS.

    The Monument d[?]dicated to the Memory of Captain RICHARD RUNDLE BURGESS, who bravely lost his life in the Service of are Country, is open to public Inspection in ...

    Article : 720 words
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