William Warby Fined

The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser

2 February 1806

Wm. Warby stood charged with having given employment for five weeks to a prisoner absconded from his master, without seeing his certificate of Leave, contrary to the General Orders of Feb. 6, 1804; and was fined in the full penalty of 20 and 2s. 6d. per diem; but the Court, in consideration of his general good conduct, and some circumstances very favorable to his case, was pleased to commute the whole penalty to 5 only.