last Mr, L Nicholls, to Miss Roletta Julian.
The Sydney Gazette and… Sunday 24 February 1805, page 4
AND ONE DODGY JULIAN ;
Last Friday sennight three men armed with a blunderbuss and pistol, and having their faces blackened rushed into the house of Thomas Harley, a settler near the Half-way house between Parramatta and Hawkesbury, and immediately knocked him down, cut his head, and beat him in a dreadful manner; after which they robbed the house of the following articles; viz, 6 silver tea spoons, 1 desert ditto, marked T. E. H. a yard , of mixture coloured cloth, 2 pillow cases, 1 table cloth, a black coat, a striped bed tick, 3 calico shirts, and a check shirt, 3 children’s white frocks, 9 cotton round-abouts, 3 children’s jackets, 2 neck and 3 pocket handkerchiefs, 100 weight of pork, a tea caddy containing 2 notes of hand, one drawn by Patrick Sloane for 2£8s. and the other by John Clue for 16 bushels of wheat, both in favor of Thomas Harley, a musket marked T. H. on the stock, some sugar, and other articles. Some days after an examination was taken before A. F. Kemp, Esq ; when Mr. Hurley gave evidence to the foregoing effect ; Richard Broadbear, who had been some time before servant to Mr Harley, was accused of having some leather found in his house which was sworn by Mr. Harley to be his property. Broadbear give infoimation whereby ‘Thomas
Doolan, another man of the name of Coudron, and a third of the name of Julian stood charged with the above outrage. These people were accordingly apprehended, and lodged in custody at