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James Pharos having confessed to a robbery before a constable, and afterwards denied it before the Court, a sentence was pronounced to be flogged every morning until he confessed where the property was; and he gave up a watch in consequence of that sentence.
James Blackburn, attached to the prisoners barrack; ordered to receive twenty-five lashes every morning, and be kept on bread and water, until he tells who were the four men that were in company with him gambling.
William Earles, attached to the clearing gang on the estate of the Reverend Samuel Marsden; ordered to be confined in a cell on bread and water, until he tells where an absolute pardon is, given to him by John Durrah, to take to Dr. Douglass.