Mary Slevin, a school girl, aged 13, was charged by her father, Michael Slevin, harness maker, 48 James's-street, with stealing at different times from his residence, within the past ten months, a gold ring, gold brooch, and silk necktie, and also with stealing a frock and pledging it. The value of the articles was about 25s. The father stated that the girl was very troublesome. Mr. Woodlock sent her to prison for 14 days, and ordered that she should be subsequently detained in High Park Reformatory for five years.
Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland), August 29, 1884.