Eureka Stockade:Depositions VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 8

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Eureka Stockade:Depositions VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 8 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, containing some supplementary evidence for the trials as well as the formal charge of high treason made against thirteen of the diggers involved in the Stockade.


Record Citation: VPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 8
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Agency: VA 2825 Attorney-General's Department (previously known as the Law Department)
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Date: 26th January 1855
Record Type: Deposition
Event Type: Trial
Language: en
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-001.jpg R v Raphelo & others

Certificate is in the hands of Mr. Sub Insp Smith.

John Barlow

To prove that a horse was passed from him at Ballarat diggings and that a certificate dates 2 Dec/54 was given to him by a A. A. Blake, that the horse was taken by order of the Commissioner in Chief of the diggers under arms.

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-001v.jpg Queen v Raphelo & others

additional evidence

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-002.jpg The horse mentioned in the attached receipts was taken from one John Barlow about 4pm on the 2nd December 1854. The person who wrote and signed the receipt is a man about 6ft 9in, rather dark hair, very little beard, had on a red shirt which he wore over the trousers. His shirt was fastened by a large pin with an onyx stone at the heart of it. The stone has a white mark on it. Wearing a wideawake hat. This man can be identified by Barlow who lives at the Glasgow Bakery near the circus.

[signature illegible]

The above John Barlow is a carter between Melbourne and Ballarat.

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-002v.jpg Forwarded for the information of the Crown Solicitor.

26th January 1855

[illegible signatures]

6/153/9 ?

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-003.jpg On Wednesday

29 Nov.

On Thursday 30 Nov.

Hy. Goodenough

I saw diggers collecting on Bakery Hill. There was a meeting on that day some licences were burnt. The diggers had a flag. Some unlicensed Diggers were apprehended – Diggers met after this – Hayes was there they talked about the interview with the Gov - by the delegates Hayes said it was no use to petition. He proposed to take up arms. 50 men were drafted out to go & rescue the person who had been apprehended as unlicensed Diggers. Lawler was at the meeting he was the Speaker. The 50 men went out and returned at 10 o’clock pm. Lawler said every man was to swear to defend each other. Black was there he took down the names all knelt down round the flag and kissed the book (?). This was the swearing and the flag was flying. Hayes was present on this day to the best of my belief he knelt down at the tree were Lawler was. Lawler then told them to come at four o’clock next morning and all were to be armed. There was a Drilling

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-003v.jpg Friday

Dec 1

and skirmishing. Lawler called the companies Rangers Pikemen and Riflemen. Lawler appointed two officers to each company. Vern was armed with a sword and he appeared to be next in command to Lawler. Lawler told everyone to bring arms on Friday and all the ammunition they could get. Those who could not get arms were to bring a piece of steel. I saw Beattie on this day offer himself as a volunteer as also Rafillo & Fenwick.

I went there at 4 o’clock the flag was flying. I went on a bit and then returned and saw the diggers gathering. All had arms. Lawler was there & all at once something disturb them & Lawler said here’s the soldiers coming meet at 11 o’clock again. The mob disappeared Captain Evans came up and told us not to interfere – at 10 o‘clock. Between 7-800 or 1000 persons met . The greater part had arms some pikes- others guns & others revolvers. Lawler took up his place

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-004.jpg And said if the soldiers or police come to attack us we will march from here and meet in the Flat. Mind the officers are the first men- mind and (?) the officers = He addressed them General Soldiers Lawler then said we will have soldiers with us they are oppressed as well as ourselves. If we are beaten we will retreat to the Holes and there give them a warm reception. I then left the meeting thinking there would be an attack. I went to the camp I subsequently went back again to the meeting – they thought some persons was coming – it was Raphelo and about 25 men with swords & they marched like military two and two – Rafellio at the side. He had a long thing by his side and he drew the men up to where Lawler was standing and put them about- he said, to the right face the generality of there men appeared to be foreigners and were all armed with swords or
Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-004v.jpg knives – Rafellio said “men we come here to fight and stand up for our rights and liberties we have been opposed to long everyman who can procure them must come armed”. Lawler than said “we’ll meet at the old Eureka at 8 o’clock pm. They all marched from Bakery Hill to the Eureka. Lawler and Raphelo at their Head. I went into a Smith's shop where they were making pikes some man said to Lawler “what are your intentions as to meeting tonight – He replied meet me here and your officers will tell you - there may be spies here from the camp – about 50 more men were marched up to Lawler who said “well my man we appear to muster very strong” In the evening I went with Peters & at the Eureka I saw Manning the reporter –As we went up they commenced drilling there were about 7 companies 700 men
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-005.jpg A man came up to me and said are you armed & replied yes & I then fell in. I was marched to Bentley’s house and back to where we came from. Hayes and Raphelo were there this eve. I did not see Lawler there than nor after two o’clock on Friday.
Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-005v.jpg Queen

V

Raphelo

& oth.

Evidence

Briefed

Briefed 11 January 1855

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-006.jpg Andrew Peters states

I was out on Wednesday I heard Hayes speak. I can identify him. I knew him when I saw him at Ballarat. I heard Hayes say it was no use to send petitions to the Governor, “we must do something for ourselves. We must organise ourselves – We must fight for Our rights and Liberties” I was there about 2 hours –several had arms. I saw no drilling – I several others spoke I was there at the latter and I saw placards on the trees that day on Bakery Hill. I saw Manning there also Lawler.

I went out again between 4 & 6 o’clock in the afternoon to Bakery Hill. A lot of men were there. I believe there was a meeting there. I forget whether it was this day or Friday they chose officers and Lawler as Commander in Chief. They were then drilling I was out every day-Wednesday-Thursday and Friday. I am swearing in one of the 2 latter days. Lawler stood up on the stump of a tree were there

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-006v.jpg was a flag flying – he had a gun in his hands – Lawler said it was the best they could do to choose officers.- Four Captains and three or four Lieutenant were chosen. and a Commander. The men were falling into Ranks and the officer stood before and at the sides of them. I did not see them sworn in. A lot of men came marching down from Bakery Hill in double file. Raphelo was with these men There were about 800 or 100.

I did not hear Raphelo say everything. he had on an iron, which he used as a sword. One evening Friday I heard Manning say “They can never stand against us we are ten to one. We can easily take the camp”. I saw Hayes, Joseph and Raphelo there. The flag was flying –Manning was a flank man on the right hand side on Friday. There were the pike company – The Rifle company. In all about 7 or 800 Manning had a pike - I can recognise other of the prisoners besides Hayes, Manning, Joseph and Raphelo whose names I do not know.

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-007.jpg Thomas Allen States

I am called old Waterloo I had a tent just in the enclosure-I came up to open my tent to receive the goods I had brought from town. I heard a man say “Fall in for drill – Pick up poles – Shoulder poles”(this was on Saturday I had only arrived from town).”Now old Waterloo you must come and join us”. They gave em a pike I threw it away. They set two sentries over me & put me in my tent. I got out at the back and went to the camp and saw Captain Evans.

Sergt. Harris States

I only know of the Sunday morning I saw them carrying colors in front. I heard a noise as of a made. As we got to the stockade a volley was then fired I saw Joseph firing – I saw Hayes when he was bought to me.

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-008.jpg Supreme Court

Victoria

Criminal Sitting

15 Jan 55

Queen

V

Hayes & others

Supplementary Evidence


____________________________

Witnesses

Andrew Peters

Thomas Allen

Sergt. Harris

(?)

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-009.jpg Lawyers' notes not transcribed - see image.
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-009v.jpg Copy clipped from a newspaper of the printed notice of the charge laid, witnesses called, and a the list of three jury panels. The date for the first panel to appear is set for 5 February 1855. The text of the charge and witnesses is reproduced in the following pages.
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-010.jpg In the Eighteenth Year of the Reign of

Our Sovereign Lady Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c.

COLONY OF VICTORIA

To Wit.


BE IT REMEMBERED, that William Foster Stawell Esquire, Attorney General of Our Sovereign Lady the Queen, for the Colony of Victoria, informs the Supreme Court of General Gaol Delivery now holden here on the fifteenth day of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five at Melbourne in the Colony aforesaid, that Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum and John Phelan. On the third day of December in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four together with divers, others false traitors to the said Attorney General unknown armed and arrayed in a war like manner that is to say with guns, muskets, blunderbusses, pistols, swords, bayonets, pikes and other weapons being then unlawfully, maliciously and traitorously assembled and gathered together against our Lady the Queen most wickedly, maliciously and traitorously, did levy and make war against our said Lady the Queen within that part of her dominions called Victoria and did then, maliciously and traitorously attempt and endeavour by force and arms to subvert and destroy the constitution and Government of the said part of her Dominions as by law established and deprive and depose our said Lady the Queen of and from the style (?) honor and kingly name of the Imperial Crown of the said part of her dominion in contempt of our said Lady the Queen and her laws to the evil example of all others in the like case offending contrary to the duty of the AllegJance of them the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum and John Phelan against the form of the statute in each case made and provided and against the peace of our Lady the Queen her Crown & dignity.

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-011.jpg __________________
SUPREME COURT
 VICTORIA

__________________ The Queen

 Against

_______________

INFORMATION.

For ________ Witnesses Crown Solicitor

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-011v.jpg And the said Attorney General further informs the said Court here that the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan afterwards to wit on the day and year last aforesaid together with divers others false traitors to the said Attorney General unknown armed and arranged in a war like manner that is to say with guns, muskets, Blunderbusses, pistols, words, bayonets, pikes and other weapons being then unlawfully, maliciously and traitorously assembled and gathered together against our said Lady the Queen most wickedly, maliciously and traitorously did levy make war against our said Lady the Queen within that part of her dominions called Victoria and did then maliciously and traitorously attempt and endeavour by force and constraint to compel our said Lady the Queen to change her measures and Counsels in contempt of our said Lady the Queen and the laws to the evil example of all others in the like case offending contrary to the duty of the AllegJance of them the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan against the form of the statute in such case made and provided against the peace of our Lady the Queen her Crown and dignity.

And the said Attorney General further informs the said Court here that the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan afterwards to wit on the day and year last aforesaid Attorney General unkown did compose imagine, devise and intend to deprive and depose our said Lady the Queen of and from the style, honor and Kingly name of the Imperial Crown of the said part of her dominions called Victoria.

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-012.jpg intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the said several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid afterwards to wit on the day and year (last) aforesaid and on divers other days as well before as after maliciously and traitorously did collect procure and provide and cause and procure to be provided arms and offensive weapons and ammunition and caused and procured divers offensive weapons to be constructed and made and erected divers fences, palings and stockades in order to levy war against our said Lady the Queen within the said part of her dominions called Victoria.

And in order further to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination devise and intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the said several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid afterwards to wit on the day and year (last) aforesaid and on divers other days as well before as after being armed and arrayed in a warlike manner maliciously and traitorously did fire upon fight with wound and kill divers of the said soldiers and other loyal subjects aforesaid other fighting on behalf of our said Lady the Queen and her laws to the evil example of all others in the like case offending contrary to the duty of the allegiance

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-012v.jpg of them the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan against the form of the statute in such case made and provided and against the peace of our Lady the Queen her crown and dignity.

And the said Attorney General further informs the said Court here that the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan afterwards to wit on the day and year last aforesaid together with divers other false traitors to the said Attorney General unknown did compass imagine, invent devise and intend to levy war against our said Lady the Queen within that part of her dominions called Victoria in order by force and constraint to compel her to change her measures measures and Counsels. And the said treasonable compassing imagination device and intention maliciously and traitorously did express, utter, declare service by divers overt acts and deeds hereinafter mentioned that is to say in order to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination device and intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid maliciously and traitorously did raise upon a pole a certain flag as a Standard and

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-013.jpg collect round the said Standard and did then solemnly swear to defend each the other with the intention of levying war against our said Lady the Queen.

And in order to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination device and intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid afterwards to wit on the day and year (last) aforesaid and on divers other days as well before as after maliciously and traitorously did collect together being armed with divers offensive weapons and did form troops and bands under distinct leaders and officers and were marched, drilled and trained in military exercises and movements to prepare for fighting against the soldiers and other loyal subjects of our said Lady the Queen. And in order further to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination device and intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid afterwards to wit on the day and year (last) aforesaid and

Additional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others


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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-013v.jpg on divers other days as well before as after maliciously and traitorously did collect, procure and cause and procure to be provided arms and offensive weapons and ammunition and caused and procured divers offensive weapons to be constructed and made and erected divers, fences, palings and stockades in order to levy war against our said Lady the Queen within the said part of her dominions called Victoria.

And in order further to fulfil perfect and bring to effect this most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination device and intention aforesaid they the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas Dignum, and John Phelan with the said several persons aforesaid as such false traitors as aforesaid afterwards to wit on the day and year (last) aforesaid and on divers other days as well before as after being armed and arrayed in a warlike manner maliciously and traitorously did fire upon fight with wound and kill divers of the said soldiers and other loyal subjects aforesaid then fighting on behalf of our said Lady the Queen and her laws to the evil example of all others in the like case offending contrary to the duty of the allegiance of them the said Timothy Hayes, Charles Raphelo, John Manning, John Joseph, Jan Vennick, James Beattie, Henry Reed, Michael Tuohy, James Mackie Campbell, William Molloy, Jacob Sorenson, Thomas

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-014.jpg Dignum, and John Phelan against the form of the statute in such case made and provided and against the peace of the Lady the Queen her crown and dignity.

William J Stawell

Attorney General

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-015.jpg Witnesses Name / Profession / Place of Abode in the Colony of Victoria

Henry Foster / Inspector of Police / Castlemaine

Samuel Flackwell Furnell / Sub-Inspector Police / Castlemaine

Charles Jeffries Carter / Sub-Inspector Police / Kilmore

Edward Marcus Viret / Sergeant of Police / Richmond

George King / Sergeant of Police / Kalkallo

John King / Constable / Richmond

Hugh King / Constable / Richmond

Henry Goodenough / Constable / Dandenong

Thomas Atkins / Constable / Richmond

John Donnelly / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

George Fraser / Constable / Castlemaine

Thomas Milne / Constable / Richmond

John Badcock / Constable / Richmond

Michael ? / Constable / Richmond

William Thompson / Constable / Richmond

Michael Costello / Constable / Richmond

Thomas Eamond Langley / Sub Inspector of Police / Melbourne

Ladislav Kossack / Lieutenant of Police / Richmond

Michael Lawler / Sergeant of Police / Richmond

John Culkin / Trooper / Melbourne

John White / Trooper / Melbourne

James Clarke / Trooper / Richmond

John Clarke / Trooper / Richmond

Andrew Peters / Trooper / Richmond

William Dalgleish / Trooper / Richmond

Julius Peters / Trooper / Richmond

William Sch-? / Trooper / Richmond

William Revell / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Gisborne

Thomas Carruthers / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Gisborne

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-015v.jpg Name / Profession / Place of Abode in the Colony of Victoria

Patrick Riley / Sergeant in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot(Mounted)/ Forest Creek

James G? / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot/ Geelong

Patrick Lynott / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

Patrick O’Keefe / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

James Louge / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Geelong

Thomas Broadley / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Geelong

Wiiliam Richardson / Corporal in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Gisborne

William Fleming / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Forest Creek

James ? / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Gisborne

John Sullivan / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Ballarat

Joseph Raynor / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted) / Melbourne

Daniel Hegarty / Sergeant in Her Majesty Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Geelong

Michael Moran / Sergeant in Her Majesty’s Twelfth Regiment of Foot / Ballarat

James R. Gaunt / Gentleman / Ballarat

Thomas Burr / Surveyor / Ballarat

Thomas Bailey Richards / Lieutenant in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

John Sullivan / Sergeant in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

Eugene Bellairs / Surveyor / Ballarat

John Sweeney / Miner / Ballarat

David Oman / Miner / Ballarat

George Webster JP / ? / Near Ballarat

Charles Prendergast / Police Magistrate / Ballarat

Hackett

Gilbert A Amos / Gold Commissioner / Sandhurst

Gordon Evans / Inspector of Police / ?

James ? / Private in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Ballarat

Patrick Toole / Constable / Richmond

Robert Gully / Constable / Richmond

? Richardson / Corporal in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot (Mounted)/ Gisborne

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-016.jpg Name / Profession / Place of Abode in the Colony of Victoria

Thomas Allen / Cook / Richmond James Harris / Sergeant in Her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

William Neville / Trooper / Richmond Jermiah Fitzgerald / Private in her Majesty’s Fortieth Regiment of Foot / Melbourne

William Cleary / Constable / Richmond John Barlow / ? / Ballarat John Basson Humffrays / Gentleman / Ballarat

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-016v.jpg Queen

V

Hayes & Others

Copy information

Nov

The Honble

Atty Genl

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-017.jpg This seeming draft deposition by Andrew Peters is largely illegible, but can perhaps be deciphered from the image. See also his formal deposition.
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-017v.jpg Peters' illegible draft deposition continues.
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File:05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-018 .jpg Supreme Court

Victoria

Crim Sittings

15 Jany 1855

Queen v Hayes + OthersOff.

Supplementary Evidence

Witnesses

Andrew Peters

Thos. Allen

Sergt. Harris

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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-019.jpg [Notes - not transcribed]
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-019v.jpg [Notes - not transcribed]
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05527-p0000-000002-0080-010-020v.jpg Melbourne 16th January

Criminal Sittings

15 January

Queen v Hayes and Others

High Treason

Brief for Prosecution

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Has date26 January 1855 +
Has event typeTrial +
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Has image captionAdditional evidence: Queen v. Hayes and others +
Has keywordscircus +
Has languageen +
Has record agencyVA 2825 Attorney-General's Department (previously known as the Law Department) +
Has record citationVPRS 5527/P Unit 2, Item 8 +
Has record typeDeposition +
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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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