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Email Descriptions of Convict life Convict transportation lasted for about 80 years. Because this was the founding third of Australia's urban existence, it is worthwhile considering the type of cultural values such people would have left for subsequent generations.
Because most Convicts were illiterate, it is difficult to know what most of them thought of their society; however, their songs reveal some attempt to humanise themselves as well as their fellow Convicts.
The writings of the free citizens also show the beginnings of some humane sentiments. One writer was "disturbed" to see women being selected as wives or workers as if they were cattle.
Another writer recorded that humane members of the colony wanted an end to the practice of Convicts being flogged until they confessed to alleged crimes. Riotous scenes as women are landed Port Jackson, Feb 6 Scenes of riot and debauchery after the disembarkation of the women convicts tonight transformed Sydney cove into something resembling a gin palace attached to a brothel.
All this took place at night during a violent storm with lightening bolts which, at one place, split a tree in half, killing five sheep and a pig that were penned below it.
The licentious merriment began when some merchant seamen requested some grog from their captain. Soon the sailors and convicts were in and around the women's tents, some queuing for sex, others making love with women they had forged attachments on the voyage.
Others were swearing, fighting or singing. While the scene was deplorable no action by the Governor nor his officers.
Presumably they thought that intervention would have provoked a serious riot, and that it was best to wait for the morning to re-establish order. The women, cooped up on the voyage and for another 10 hot and intolerable days outside Sydney Cove, had not too many chaste figures among them.
Disturbing reports have been arriving of the degrading treatment of female convicts sent to New South Wales. There have been descriptions of dreadful scenes upon convict vessels arriving in port. The decks have been crowded with both settlers and male convicts alike, picking and choosing the women them as though they are no more sheep or cattle.
Some settlers want women for servants or wives, while the convicts are looking for wives. Some women not chosen on the spot are then taken in open boats up the river to the settlement of Parramatta, where another selection process takes place. Those not chosen for particular purposes are then given the free will to go with whom ever they prefer.
Those who do not go with one man are assigned to take care of huts in which there are from two to ten men. Considering what they endured, it is understandable that Convict women didn't always appreciate being judged as having loose morals. At the Cascades Female Factory inthe moralising became too much for the women and they decided to make a point.
The governor of Van Diemens Land visited the factory and attended a service in the chapel. Entertaining the governor was the Reverend William Bedford; a morals campaigner whose hypocrisy had elicited the lady's scorn. Keen to impress the governor with a fine speech, the Bedford addressed the women from an elevated dais, then women turned around and mooned him.
A gallows lament by young convict Sydney cove, June Samuel Payton, a year-old convict, who will die on the gallows tomorrow for attempted robbery, has sent a most moving letter to his mother. With what agony of soul do I dedicate the last few moments of my life, to bid you an eternal adieu!
My doom being irrevocably fixed, and ere this hour tomorrow I shall have quitted this vale of wretchedness. I have at last fallen an unhappy, though just, victim of my follies. Banish from your memory all my former indiscretions and let the cheering hope of a happy meeting hereafter console you.
She was found guilty of stealing clothing and goods from the house of convict Robert Sidaway, who co-habituated there with Mary Marshal. Davis was in the habit of calling by and smoking a pipe with them. When they were away on November 14 she gained access through a window. After upsetting a tub of water in the house, she made off with her booty.
It was later found in her possession.Convict mailbag By IPTV Panel on April 25, Most of the prisoners listed on this prison pen pal site have done years in prison without a pen pal, visits, or phone calls to.
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