Report from the Select Committee on Privilege (Dr. Hunter's case), together with proceedings of Committee and minutes of evidence

Corporate Author: Victoria. Parliament. Legislative Assembly. Privileges Committee
Other Authors: Brooke, John Henry, 1826-1902, Duffy, Charles Gavan, Sir, 1816-1903, Evans, George Samuel, 1802-1868, Greeves, Augustus Frederick Adolphus, 1805-1874, Haines, William Clark, 1810-1866, Johnston, James Stewart, 1811-1896, Lalor, Peter, 1827-1889, Michie, Archibald Donnelly, Sir, 1813-1899, Mollison, William Thomas, 1816-1886, O'Hea, William Joseph, 1815?-1881, O'Shanassy, John, Sir, 1818-1883, Wood, John Dennistoun, 1829-1914
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1861
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1860-61, no. D 22
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Item Description: "Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 14th May 1861"
Mr. Hunter MLA was arrested on the 23rd April 1861 whilst on board the ship Donald Mackay, off Williamstown, upon a charge of leaving his wife destitute and without due means of support, and brought to Melbourne in the charge of a constable
Committee comprised: John O'Shanassy (Chairman), Charles Gavan Duffy, George Evans, John D. Wood, William Mollison, James S. Johnston, William O'Hea, William Haines, Archibald Michie, John Brooke, Augustus Greeves and Peter Lalor
Witnesses examined: Alexander Hunter MLA, Michael John Page Hanify (clerk District Police Court Melbourne), Michael Joyce (sergeant Water Police), Charles Prendergast Hackett and Robert Kerr JP
Other people mentioned on the minutes of evidence: [George] Wragge (chemist Collins St.) p.[1],2,5, [Arthur or Horatio] Beauchamp (auctioneer) p.[1],3, Mr. Callander (Caldwell, Callander & Co.) p.[1], MacNaughton [i.e. Edward Macnaughton] and Macgregor [i.e. D. McGregor] (coachbuilders) p.[1], Dr. Iffla p.2, Dr. Bowman p.2, Mr. Cookman (legal agent) p.2,5, Mr. Sturt (magistrate) p. 3,5, Thomas Miller (agent for Mrs. Hunter) p.3,6, James Robertson (clerk of Petty Sessions) p.4, Mr. Hare (inspector of police) p.4 and Captain Price (captain of the "Donald Mackay") p.5
Physical Description: [6], 7p. ; 34cm.