Eureka Stockade:Depositions VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 2

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Eureka Stockade:Depositions VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 2 is associated with Ballarat, Victoria located at these coordinates -37.5621071, 143.8561493


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Depositions, such as those contained in these documents, served as a record of the initial hearing held before a local magistrate in which the charges against a person arrested were presented. The evidence of a witness was heard in front of the accused who had an opportunity to respond. As a signed statement, depositions had legal weight and formed the basis of evidence for the full trial.

The documents in this item were for use in the State Treason Trials, and include recognizances to give evidence, as well as the depositions, dated 8 December 1854, of several witnesses to the storming of the Eureka Stockade.


Record Citation: VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 2
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Date: 8 December 1854
Record Type: Deposition
Event Type: Trial
Language: en
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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-001.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Henry Goodenough of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* trooper personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Henry Goodenough shall fail in the condition Endorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P. *Residence or place of abode † City of Melbourne in the, town of Geelong

Recognizance to give evidence: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-001v.jpg * Gaol Delivery, Circuit Court, or Court of General Sessions, as the case may be The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Henry Goodenough shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-002.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Thomas Atkins of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Police Constable personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Thomas Atkins shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*


(?) J. P † City of Melbourne in the, town of Geelong

Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Atkins


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-002v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Thomas Atkins shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Atkins


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-003.jpg (O.1)

(11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Patrick Reilly of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Sergt. in Mounted 40th personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Patrick Reilly shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Reilly


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-003v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Patrick Reilly shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Reilly


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(11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four William Revell of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Private in Mounted 40th personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the s said William Revell shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: William Revell


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-004v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Patrick Reilly shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: William Revell


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(11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Samuel Slackwell Furnell of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Sub Inspector of Police personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Samuel Flackwell Furnell shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Samuel Slackwell Furnell


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-005v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Samuel Flackwell Furnell shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Samuel Slackwell Furnell


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(11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four John King of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Police Constable personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said John King shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: John King


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-006v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† John King shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick. For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: John King


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-007.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four James Gour of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Private 40th Regt. personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds7,500 £approx2009
15,200 $AUDapprox2009
2,000 shillings
24,000 pence
, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said James Gour shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: James Gorr


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-007v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† James Gour shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: James Gorr


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-008.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Patrick Lynott of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Private 4oth Regt. personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Patrick Lynott shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Lynott


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-008v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Patrick Lynott shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Lynott


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-009.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Daniel Haggerty of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Sergt. Mounted 40th personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Daniel Haggerty shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*


(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Daniel Haggarty


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-009v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Daniel Haggerty shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Daniel Haggarty


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-010.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Andrew Peters of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria Trooper personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Samuel Flackwell Furnell shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Andrew Peters


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-010v.jpg TThe condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Andrew Peters shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Andrew Peters


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-011.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four John Badcock of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria Police Constable personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said John Badcock shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: John Badcock


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-011v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick *were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† John Badcock shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: John Badcock


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-012.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four John Donnelly of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Private 40th Regt. personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said John Donnelly shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: John Donnelly


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-012v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† John Donnelly shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: John Donnelly


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-013.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Thomas Milne of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Police Constable personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Thomas Milne shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*


(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Milne


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-013v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Thomas Milne shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Milne


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-014.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Patrick O’Keefe of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Private 40th Regt. personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Patrick O’Keefe shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick O'Keefe


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-014v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Patrick O’Keefe shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-015.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42) RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE __________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four George Fraser(?) of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Police Constable personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said George Fraser (?) shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

Recognizance to give evidence: George Fraser


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-015v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† George Fraser(?) shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-016.jpg No. 83.

(O.1) (11 and 112 Vic., c.42)

RECOGNIZANCE TO GIVE EVIDENCE

__________Be it remembered, that on the eighth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four Charles Jeffrey Carter of * Ballarat in the colony of Victoria* Sub Inspector of Police personally came before* me one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the † said Colony, and acknowledged * himself to owe to our Sovereign Lady the Queen the sum of one hundred pounds, of good and lawful money of great Britain, to be made and levied of * his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of our said Lady the Queen, her Heirs and Successors, if he* the said Charles Jeffrey Carter shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged the day and year first above mentioned at Ballarat in the said Colony before me*

(?) J. P.

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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-016v.jpg The condition of the within written Recognizance is such,That Whereas

James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick * were this day charged before† me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that they the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Raffaello and John Fenwick on the third day of December 1854 at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, did* with others unlawfully arm and array themselves against the peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen if therefore he* the said† Charles Jeffrey Carter shall appear at the Gaol Delivery to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the fifteenth day of January A.D., 1855, and there give such evidence as they* knoweth upon an Information to be then and there, preferred against the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick For the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.

Recognizance to give evidence: Charles Jefferies Carter


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-017.jpg No. 96.

(M.) (11 and 12 Vic., c. 42.)

DEPOSITIONS OF WITNESSES. _________ Colony of Victoria Ballarat

To Wit

The examination of Henry Goodenough, Thomas Atkins, Patrick Riley, William Revell Samuel Flackwell Furnell, John King, James Gour, Patrick Lynottt, Daniel Haggerty, Andrew Peters, John Badcock, John Donnelly, Thomas Milne, Patrick O’Keefe, George Fraser and Charles Jeffrey Carter taken on oath, this eighth day of December, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty four at Ballarat in the Colony aforesaid, before the undersigned one of Her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the _____ said colony, in the presence and hearing of James Beattie, John Joseph, Charles Raffaello and John Fenwick who are charged this day before me for that they on about the thirtieth day of November 1854 at Ballarat aforesaid _____ *were with divers others to be traitors at present unknown, armed and arrayed in a war like manner that is to say guns, pistols, muskets, blunderbusses, swords, bayonets, pikes and other weapons being then and there and there unlawfully maliciously and traitorously assembled and gathered together against Our Sovereign Lady the Queen and did afterwards to wit on the third day of December in the year aforesaid fire upon attack and kill certain troops of our said Lady the Queen. This deponent Henry Goodenough on his oath saith as follows*

I am a trooper at Ballarat__________.

On Thursday the 30th of November I saw prisoners [damaged and indecipherable]

Depositions of Witnesses: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-018.jpg volunteer at a meeting on Bakery Hill he was drilled and marched from Bakery Hill to the Eureka; he was there drilled again on Friday .________ On Sunday the third instant I arrested him near the London Hotel at Eureka. About a hundred yards from the stockade._______ I did not see any arms in his hands while he was being drilled, but a great many of the men were armed he had no arms when I arrested him the prisoner Fenwick also offered himself as a volunteer on the same occasion, he was drilled also but I did not see him with any arms. I saw the prisoner Raffaello on the 30th instant he commanded a company of men, he had a sword fixed to his waist, he drilled the men and
Depositions of Witnesses: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-019.jpg I judged him to be a Captain____________ the company he commanded were armed with swords and long knives he marched his men up and a way was cleared for them, he made a short speech he said “gentlemen soldiers, those that can not provide themselves with fire arms let them provide themselves with a piece of steel, if it is only six inches long and attached to a pole and that will pierce the tyrants heart “._________ From Bakers Hill he marched them to Eureka and there drilled them and on the next day he drilled them. Beattie was not in Raffaello’s company. As prisoner Raffaello did not notice any of the men you were
Depositions of Witnesses: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-020.jpg drilling they appeared to be half foreigners German or Frenchman. At the meeting one of the speakers said it was of use to petition the Governor any more for the release of the prisoner then in custody but they must take the law in their own hands and take up arms in defence or their rights and liberties.

H. Goodenough

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

Depositions of Witnesses: Henry Goodenough


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-021.jpg This deponent Thomas Atkins on his oath saith I am a Constable of Police. On Friday evening the 1st instant I was at Eureka in coming back I saw about a hundred and fifty men who with two outsiders and skirmishers so that no one should look at them. Prisoner Beattie was in the ranks? And I went to a store where I saw them taking horses they were catching horses at this time

I saw prisoner Raffaello on a bay horse, he was one of the men catching horses that I understood to be the storekeepers horses

Depositions of Witnesses: Thomas Atkins


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-022.jpg a man in a bay horse in company with Raffaello came to me and asked me what I wanted and said he would shoot me if I was not off. Both Raffaello and this other man had guns. In their hands. I noticed Raffaello getting the horses and taking them to a man who I did not know.

Thomas Atkins

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

Depositions of Witnesses: Thomas Atkins


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-023.jpg And this deponent Patrick Riley on his oath saith I am a Sergeant of the Mounted 40th.on Sunday morning last the 3rd instant I was at the stockade at the Eureka. I saw prisoner Beattie close against the stockade with his back against it, a policeman was Endeavouring to handcuff him and he was begging for mercy. I arrested him and took him around to the front this was just after the firing had ceased.

I am quite positive I saw prisoners against the stockade; he said to two other men “don’t leave me or I shall be killed”. I know nothing of prisoners Joseph, Raffaello and

Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Riley


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-024.jpg Fenwick other than that I saw them in custody with the other prisoners.

T. Reilly

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Riley


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-025.jpg And this deponent William Revell, on his oath on his oath saith I belong to the Mounted 40th.

I was present at the Eureka Stockade on the morning of the 3rd instant. I saw prisoner Beattie coming over the stockade; the troops had ceased firing but several shots were being fired from various tents at the troops. He had a large horse pistol in his hand; when he saw the troops in front of him he let the pistol drop inside the stockade; we surrounded him, he either knelt or fell down and asked for mercy he said they were beat (?) and would fire in.

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

Depositions of Witnesses: William Revell


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-026.jpg And this deponent Samuel Slackwell Furnell on his oath saith. I am senior Sub Inspector of Police. I was at the attack on the stockade on the third instant in command of the mounted police. After the firing had ceased I saw prisoner Fenwick running away a short distance from the stockade. I cantered after him and told him to stop as he was my prisoner. He ran round the corner of a tent and would not stop. I struck him with the flat of my sword but as he would not come I wounded him slightly – he then came. At this time the fighting was over and the prisoners
Depositions of Witnesses: Samuel Slackwell Furnell


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-027.jpg Endeavouring to escape from the rear of the stockade. By prisoner I cannot say I saw you before this.

Samuel Slackwell Furnell

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Samuel Slackwell Furnell


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-028.jpg And this deponent John King on his oath saith I am a Constable of foot police. I went to the stockade on the morning of the third instant. I saw Beattie and Raffaello taken out of the stockade. They had no arms when I saw them but a number of arms were lying about the place. The troops had ceased firing.

John King

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: John King


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-029.jpg And this deponent James Gour on his oath saith I am a Private in the 40th Regiment. I was one of the troops attacking the stockade on the morning of the third instant. Prisoner Raffaello with some others charged at me with a pike as I was getting into the stockade he pursued me out of the stockade. I had fired my piece off. When he saw the troopers he went back. I did not notice any of the other three prisoners.

his James X Gour mark

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: James Gorr


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-030.jpg And this deponent Patrick Lynott on his oath saith I am a private in the 40th Reg. I was one of the force engaged on the morning of the third. I saw prisoner

Fenwick in the stockade on the right of me of the tents – he had a fowling piece in his hand and seemed very active. He had a pair of red drawers on. I subsequently saw him a prisoner in the camp I saw prisoner Joseph with a pike in his hand standing inside the stockade fence. This was while we were approaching. I fired at him; we

Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Lynott


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-031.jpg got an order to fix bayonets and charge – the troops charged up and I saw the black man Joseph taken from one of the tents Inside the stockade by one of the police. I saw Raffaello firing private four after he had discharged his piece

and before he had time to reload two troopers rode up and I saw him afterwards in the camp here. He had a weapon in his hand like a pike. By prisoner Fenwick I did not fire at you but it was through no fault of mine.

P. Lynott

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Lynott


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-032.jpg And this deponent Daniel Haggerty on his oath saith I am a Sergeant in the 40th Regt. I was one of the force engaged on the morning of the 3rd instant. To attack the Eureka Stockade. I was skirmishing we halted and extended and the firing then commenced from the stockade at the troops, our bugle sounded to fire; they had fired a good many shots at us before this. We fired and charged several of the 40th were shot on charging the stockade and Captain Wise fell at the fence. Some of our men got inside the stockade and several shots
Depositions of Witnesses: Daniel Haggerty


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-033.jpg were fired. When it ceased a little Captain Thomas ordered the troops outside. I came out. Prisoner Fenwick was bought out bleeding at the time. We put him with the remainder of the prisoners. Prisoner Joseph came out and made some resistance. Prisoner Raffaello was also bought out and put with the rest of the prisoners. I saw prisoner Fenwick bought up with a number of the other prisoners but I did not see him arrested. I saw Joseph between two solidiers – I told them to push him on with the remainder of the prisoners.

Sergt. Haggarty

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Daniel Haggerty


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-034.jpg And this deponent Andrew Peters on his oath saith, I am a trooper stationed at Ballarat. I saw the black man Joseph both at Bakery Hill and Eureka drilling, also Raffaello – he was with about twenty other men. I saw Joseph in the evening of the day after the meeting (Thursday) drilling with other men, he had some arms but I cannot say what. When I saw Raffaello on the Thursday, he was armed with a sword a pistol and revolver. By prisoner Raffaello the men with you were about twenty or thirty.- You were
Depositions of Witnesses: Andrew Peters


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-035.jpg standing still on the right of them.

Andrew Peters

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Andrew Peters


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-036.jpg And this deponent John Badcock on his oath saith I am a Constable at Ballarat. On the morning of the 3rd inst. I was present at the attack at Eureka. When I got close to the stockade I jumped over the slats. I saw Raffaello running round a corner of a tent I presented my fire lock at him but it missed fire. I did not see him any more till I saw him a prisoner. He had something like a pike in his hand at the time. I saw Joseph there, in custody and Beattie was the re in custody about twenty yards from the stockade.

his John X Badcock mark

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: John Badcock


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-037.jpg And this deponent John Donnelly on his oath saith I am a private in the 40th Regiment. I was one of the force at eureka on the morning of the third instant. I saw the black man Joseph with a double barrelled gun in his hand inside the stockade. . I also saw Raffaello in the stockade, he had some sort of a weapon in his hand but I cannot say what it was.

his John X Donnelly mark

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: John Donnelly


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-038.jpg And this deponent Thomas Milne on his oath saith as follows I am a Constable at Ballarat. I was engaged at the Eureka stockade on the morning

Of the third inst.i was at the large slab tent inside the stockade after the firing ceased I saw a number of men running from the tent towards where military was stationed; the prisoners Raffaello and Joseph I saw in custody of the police – I saw no weapons in their hands.

Thomas Milne

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Thomas Milne


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-039.jpg This deponent Patrick O’ Keefe on his oath saith I am a private in the 40th Regiment. I was engaged at the Eureka stockade on the morning of the third instant. I saw the black man Joseph inside the stockade, he fired a gun, he then dropped it and picked up a rifle and went towards a tent and I afterwards saw him in custody. He fired in the direction of our men who were getting into the stockade and as he fired Captain Wise dropped.

Patrick O’Keefe

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick O'Keefe


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-040.jpg And this deponent George Fraser on his oath saith I am a Constable. – I was at the stockade at Eureka on the morning of the third instant. – I saw Joseph in custody of the police; I was ordered as one of a guard and I then saw Raffaello bought from the direction of the stockade – he was being brought out by two men.

George Fraser

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: George Fraser


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-041.jpg And this deponent Charles Jeffries Carter on his oath saith I am Sub Inspector of Police. I was in charge of the Foot police at he engagement at he Eureka Stockade on the third instant. I went into a tent they called the guard tent and called out to any man who might be there to come out as I would fire, the black man Joseph one of the two men said “Don’t fire and we will knock under a surrender.” They were a number of dead and wounded in the tent and a quantity of arms. I gave Joseph in charge to the 40th when I took him out of the guards tent.

C J Carter

Sub Inspector

Sworn before me at Ballarat this 8th December 1854

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Charles Jeffries Carter


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05527-p0000-000002-0020-010-041v.jpg Queen

v “Beattie” “Fenwick” “Raffaello” –do “Joseph” High Treason

Joseph

Raffaello 21 March 55 Bay Not guilty

Fenwick 22 do – do do

Beattie 23 # # do

Tuhuoy

The four prisoners Beattie, Raffaello, Fenwick and Joseph decline to make any statement and are committed for trial at the Gaol delivery at Melbourne in January next.

E. Sturt PM

Depositions of Witnesses: Charles Jeffries Carter
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Has image captionRecognizance to give evidence: Henry Goodenough +, Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Atkins +, Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Reilly +, Recognizance to give evidence: William Revell +, Recognizance to give evidence: Samuel Slackwell Furnell +, Recognizance to give evidence: John King +, Recognizance to give evidence: James Gorr +, Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick Lynott +, Recognizance to give evidence: Daniel Haggarty +, Recognizance to give evidence: Andrew Peters +, Recognizance to give evidence: John Badcock +, Recognizance to give evidence: John Donnelly +, Recognizance to give evidence: Thomas Milne +, Recognizance to give evidence: Patrick O'Keefe +, Recognizance to give evidence: George Fraser +, Recognizance to give evidence: Charles Jefferies Carter +, Depositions of Witnesses: Henry Goodenough +, Depositions of Witnesses: Thomas Atkins +, Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Riley +, Depositions of Witnesses: William Revell +, Depositions of Witnesses: Samuel Slackwell Furnell +, Depositions of Witnesses: John King +, Depositions of Witnesses: James Gorr +, Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick Lynott +, Depositions of Witnesses: Daniel Haggerty +, Depositions of Witnesses: Andrew Peters +, Depositions of Witnesses: John Badcock +, Depositions of Witnesses: John Donnelly +, Depositions of Witnesses: Thomas Milne +, Depositions of Witnesses: Patrick O'Keefe +, Depositions of Witnesses: George Fraser + and Depositions of Witnesses: Charles Jeffries Carter +
Has languageen +
Has record agencyVA 2825 Attorney-General's Department (previously known as the Law Department) +
Has record citationVPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 2 +
Has record typeDeposition +
Has record urlhttp://www.access.prov.vic.gov.au/public/component/daPublicBaseContainer?component=daViewSeries&entityId=5527 +
Has related resourcehttp://prov.vic.gov.au/exhibitions/eureka-on-trial/the-state-trials +
Has rightshttp://prov.vic.gov.au/copyright +
Latitude-37.562 +
Located inBallarat, Victoria +
Longitude143.856 +
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