Not Sufficient Evidence

The Sydney Herald

20 May 1840 

Three Aborogines, who had been committed by Mr. Bingham for slaughtering cattle, but against whom there was not sufficient evidence to carry a conviction, were, on the suggestion of the Attorney General, recommended by His Honor to be admitted to the Benevolent Asylum, till they could be returned to their tribe in the district of Yass, they having been in custody since last January.