from Sydney Gazette
This daring marauder has at length been met by that untimely fate which he so long contrived to avoid. On Wednesday evening, at dusk, as a party of the Mounted Police were riding through the bush at Reiby, near Campbell Town, they came up with three bushrangers, one of whom was Donohoe; on being called upon to stand, they threw away their hats and shoes, and ran off, when the Police fired, and killed Donohoe on the spot, one ball entering his neck and another his forehead. Favoured by the dusk, the others made their escape, and in defiance of the dreadful fate of their comrade, that very night broke into a hut and carried off what they wanted. The body of Donohoe was removed to Liverpool, and will be brought to Sydney this morning. Thus is the Colony rid of one of the most dangerous spirits that ever infested it, and happy would it be were those of a like disposition to take warning by his awful fate.
'Donohoe, John (Jack) (1806–1830)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/donohoe-john-jack-1985/text24877, accessed 20 June 2013.