|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Law Dept.|
|Other Authors:||Stawell, William Foster, Sir, 1815-1889|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1853
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1853-54, no. A 14
GP V 1853/54 no. A 14
Williams, John > (killed - inquest Buninyong 14 Aug. 1853 William Down found not guilty of manslaughter 3 Oct. 1853)
"William F. Stawell, Attorney General"
"Laid upon the Council table by the Attorney General by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 6th September 1853"
Coroners, Justices of the Peace &c.: Thomas Baillie JP, Thomas Baynton JP, C. Berkeley JP, J[ames] W. Blair JP, J. W. [i.e. John Edward] Bull JP, R[obert] Burke JP, F[rederick] J. Burry [i.e. Bury] JP, W[illiam] H. Campbell, W[illiam] S. Clifton JP, R. or O. [i.e. Owsley Rowley] Cockburn JP, [George Ward] Cole JP, W. H. P. [i.e. William Augustus Pulteney] Dana JP, F[rancis] C. Doveton JP, Alfred A. or J. or T. Eyre JP, W[illiam?]. J. Fenwick JP, R. J. [i.e. Robert Tarver] Firebrace JP, Henry Foster JP, G[eorge] A. Gilbert JP, Hiller Goodman (clerk petty sessions), John Goodman JP, Henry Green, W. N. Grey [i.e. William Nairn Gray] JP, G[eorge] M. Harper JP/PM, W[illiam] A. Heise, F. C. Herbert [i.e. Frederick Hebert], E. Hill JP, A[ndrew] W. Hume, H[erbert] C. Jeffreys JP, C. Kelly JP, E[dmund] W. Kelly, S[amuel] Lapham JP, C. L. Learmouth [i.e. Thomas L. Learmonth] JP, Thomas Lumsden [i.e. Lumsdaine] JP, James McCrea, W[illiam] McCrea, G[eorge] E. Mackay JP, J. Maclachlan [i.e. Archibald McLachlan] JP, John McLeod [better known as Norman McLeod] JP, William Mair JP, H[enry] P. Mostyn JP, Robert O[u]thwaite JP, Edward Parker JP, C. Pascoe [i.e. Crawford Pasco] JP, F[rederick] R. Pohlman JP, F. J. or A. [i.e. Frederick Armand] Powlett JP, R[obert] Rede JP, J[ohn] Carre Riddell JP, William Augustine Roche JP, Charles Ryan JP, R[obert] W. Shadforth JP, Foster Shaw, Charles Sherrard JP, J[ohn] T. Smith JP, G[eorge] D. Smythe, E[velyn] P. S. Sturt JP, W[illiam] S. Sutherland, C[harles] J. Tyers JP, W[illiam] B. Wilmot and W[illiam] H. Wright JP
Deceased (inquests held Jan.-Dec. 1852): John Adair, Ann Ahren, Bridget Allen, Charles Allen, Anderson (infant daughter of George & Alison Anderson), Charles Andrews, Henry Andrews, Robert Annand, Ann Anstrie, Alexander Armstrong, Caroline Ashby, William Ashman, John Atkinson, William Chester Bagley, Mary Ann Bailiss, Charles Baker, John Baker, John Barnes, William Barnes, William Bayley, Thomas Beck (aborigine), George Bell, Matthew Bell, Joseph Bennett (boy), William Bishop, Christina Blackett, "Bob", Jean Bonollet, Joseph Bostock, James Bowerman (infant), Walter Boyle (boy), Charles Thomas Branagan (infant), Charles Branson, Patrick Brennan, William Brien, John Broadfoot, John Brown, William Brown, William Brudenell, John Bryan, James Buchanan, Timothy Buckley, George Burton, Mary Burton, Thomas Burton, George Bury, Benjamin Buxton, William Caldwell, Angus Cameron, [Mr.] Campbell, William Campbell, Benjamin Candy, [Mr.] Carroll, John Cassidy, "Johnny Chamberlain" (aborigine), Henry Charles, John Charles, "Charley", Stephen Chinn, Mary Christholm, Samuel Clark, William Clark, Christiana Clarke, Henry Clarke, John Clegg, Thomas Coates, Henry Cobb, Thomas Cochrane, William Coffee, Thomas Collins, Barney Connor, George Connor, John Costegan, James Cotter, James Cox, Matthew Crighton, Thomas Cronan, James Crop, John Crow, George Cunningham, Denis Daley, Charles Daly, Henry Danger, Conrad Dann (alias "Dutchey"), Isaac Dark, Rebecca Davis, William Davis, Niel Davison, William Dawes, John Deacon, John Deely, Thomas Denton, Dermott (aborigine), Patrick Devereux, Margaret Dickenson, Honor Dighton, James Dobson, Thomas Docherty, Thomas Dolan, Patrick Donahy, George Dowling, Henry Dowling, Daniel Duel, Sarah Duel, James Duffy, Jane Dugdale, John Dunn, Richard Edwards, John Egan, John Elliott, William Emery, Jeremiah Fahey, Charles Fairchild, Patrick Farrell, James Feecy, Elizabeth Ferguson, John Fitch, Rebecca Fitzgerald, James Forbes, Richard Franklin, Arnold Freenell, Philip Friend, Joseph Frost, Andrew Fruen, James Fussell, Cunningham Galbraith, John Gale, Thomas Gamson, Mrs. Gardner, Theodore Garlic, George, "George" or "Long Jerry", Philip George, William Gibson, Cornelius Gilbert, John Dyer Godwin, Christiana Ann Goode, Charles Graff, Mary Ann Graham, Louisa Gray, Henry Green, James Green (drowned), James Green (dray overturned) Daniel Griffiths, Jesse Griffiths, Carl Groth, John Gummer, George Gunner, Martin Hall, George Hamilton, Henry Harris, Pascoe Harvey, [Mr.] Harwood, Henry Harwood, Henry Hawkes, John Hayes, William Hayward, John Head, Anna Maria Healy, John Robert Heton, Robert Hevey, Charles D. Hicks, J. D. Hill, Joseph Hopwood, William Horton, Edward Humphries, Thomas Hunt, Joseph Hutchins, George Hutchinson, Jacco (Lascar seaman), James Gardiner Jeffery, Robert Jenking, Jenkins (female), [Mr.] Johnson, John Johnson, Marianne Johnson, Margaret Johnston, Johnston (stillborn child) [+ Elizabeth Johnston (mother of stillborn child + [William] Johnston (father of stillborn child)], Ann Jones, Charles Jones, James Jones, Louisa Jones, Thomas Jones, William Jones,Robert Jordan, John Keefe, Edward Keill, Christopher Kelly, Michael Kelly, Joseph Kendell, Thomas Keogan, Sarah Keough, Susanna Kight, John King, William Kirkpatrick, John Gascoigne Kitchen, Frederick Krugher, "Lanky" (aborigine), Michael Law, John Le Conteur, [Mr.] Legg, Frederick W. Lewis, John Lewis, Thomas Lewis, Robert Liptrap, Charles Lockwood, George Long, Robert Long, William Low, Richard Lyon, John McArthur, Jeremiah McAuliffe, Donald McCrea, J. McCrea (boy), William McCulloch, Angus McDonald, Charlotte McDonald, Ellen McDonald, Joseph McGlossen, John McGrath, John McGregor, Robert McIntyre, William McIntyre, Charles McKenzie, George McLaggan, James Macleroy, Margaret McSweeny, Mary Madden, Patrick Malone, Ellen Malony, Malton (infant), Edward Manchester, Laurence Mane, Abraham Marcus, William Mark, John Marr, James Marshall, "Martin" (aborigine), James Martin, John Martin, Henry Mason, William Maxwell, Thomas May, William Meddleton, man called Michael, Emma Milwood, John Ming, John Mitchell, Michael Mooney, Patrick Moran, Emily Morgan, Joseph Morgan, William Morgan, Patrick Murphy, John Mutter, Sarah Nicholls, Elizabeth Nicholson, John Nicholas (alias "John Smith"), William Norton, Daniel O'Brien, William O'Brien, Michael O'Connor, Michael O'Meara, John O'Neil, Mary O'Neil, Thomas O'Neil, George O'Shea, Mary Oakley, John August Ohlsson, Mary Oils, Morris Pallace, Mrs Parsons, George Patching, William Pate, James Paulett, Edward Payne, Mary Augusta Penzig, Thomas Perkins, Perry (female infant), William Pierce, Henry Pinchen, James Plunkett, John Price, Frederick Pritchard, William Pullett, Patrick Ratigan, man assumed to be Samuel Rawlinson, Robert Readhead, Thomas Redmain, George Reynolds, John Reynolds, John Rice, John Ritson, James Roach, John Roberts, Robert Chidley Roberts, John Robertson, Robert Robinson, Arthur Roche, George Rowe, John Ryan (drowned), John Ryan (died under administration of chloroform), Henry Saunders, [Mr.] Scott, man called "Selby", Nathaniel Sharp, "Sidney", Sidney Shepherd, John Simmonds, Alexander Simpson, John Sinclair, James Smith, Thomas Smith, James Somerville, Charles Steele, Ann Stevens, John Stewart, George Stone, William Stopford, Robert Strachan, Henry Stretton, Richard Striker (infant), John Style, George Sullivan, John Swan, James Tampion, Hugh Taylor, Lewis Tennant, Elizabeth Thacker, John Thomson, Alice Thurtell, Edward Tilley, Charles Toogood, Matthew Toomy, James Turner, William Turner, George Usher, Antonio Feri Vino, James Voy, Elizabeth Waddle, Thomas Stewart Waddle, Henry Wales, James Walker, [Mr.]Walsh, John Ward, Mary Ward, John Watts, Fanny Waymouth, Henry Webb, John Webster, Charles Wedge, Lucy Wedge, George West, Ann White, Robert White, John Wigby, James Williams, James Williams (died from gunshot wound), Joseph Williams, Thomas Williams, Thomas Williams (alias "Weaver"), William Williams, George Willott, Sarah Willoughby, James Wilson, Richard Wilson, George Wolsey (child), Rev. David Wood, Alfred Wright, Edward Wylie, Yall Yall (aborigine), James Yewell, John Yorston, George Young and William Young
Deceased (inquests held Jan.-June 1853): Robert Abbott, Joseph Allen, Henry Analder, John Arnold, William Ashton, Catherine Ball, John Ball, Elizabeth Barrett, Joseph Barrett,William Barry, [Mr.] Barton, George Barton, John Horace Bastard, Charles Batchelor, George Baxter, Jane Beechy, William Belsham, Bernard Bennett, man assumed to be Henry Beresford, George Biggs, John Biggs, Richard Billing, Edward Bird, Henry Blackford, Captain Richard Everard Blake, William Boothby, John Boucher, George Boxer, Richard Boyes, George Brickwell, Thomas Bridgman, James Broom (child), James Brown, Jane Brown, James Bullock, James Burgess, William Burnell, Owen Burns, Robert Burns, George Burrell, William Bush, Elizabeth Byrnes, John Byrnes, John Callaway, Susannah Cally, Hugh Campbell, John Campbell, Andrew Carr, Bridget Carr, Ann Carrol, Edward Carroll, Margaret Carroll, George Carter, Edward Case, Henry Chalk, Frances Robinson Cherry, Mary Chicken, Thomas Chilton, Thomas Churton, Thomas Chutter, James George Clapham, Howard Clark, William Clark, James Clarke, Michael Coffey, Patrick Coglin, James Connor, John Connor, Henry George Cork, Duncan Cormeric, James William Costello, Joseph Craig, Cranky Harry, Mary Crealman, Rebecca Cubis, Stephen Cullen, Daniel Daly, John Davidson, Ann Davies, Job Davis, John Davis, John De Jersey, Sarah deacock, John Dee, John Dell, William Dickinson, [Mr.] Dickson, Dobson (sillborn male child of Ainsley & Mary Dobson), Andrew Donahue, Timothy Doolan, Donald Douglas, John Downes, Samuel Downing, Dunbar (infant of Margaret Dunbar), James Dunlop, Jeremiah Earl, G. Ellrick, Richard Emer, Henry Este, Charles Evans, James Farmer, Joseph Farnham, William Feldwick, William Ferguson, Jane Fish, John Flann, Daniel Fletcher, Eleazer Fontsroy, Joeph Forster, Edward Fox, Catherine Freeman, John Henry Gallop, Joseph Gammon, George Gibson, Hugh Gibson, George Gillett, John Gilliam, Thomas Gilmore, James Gleeson, John Gleeson, Thomas Glynn, Edward Goldsmith, John Gould, John Graham, Peter Green, James Grey, Caroline Guest, George Ha[ ]den, William Halbert, Samson Hamlin, Joseph Hands, Harry (aborigine), Henry Hawkley, Dr. Hay, George Hayward, Henry Hazeldine, William Hearn, David Henderson, Thomas Henderson, William Henderson, George Hendry, Thomas Henley, John Hennesey, Andrew Hill, William Hill, A. Hodge, William Hodkinson, James Holden, Peter Holland, Dennis Holmes, James Holmes, Samuel Holmes, Thomas Hughes, Ashley Hunt, John Hunt, Mary Hutton, John Hyde, Mary Hyland, Henry Jones, James Jones, William Jordan, Mary Jose, hristopher Kane, Robert Keeble, Patrick Kennedy, David King, Samuel King, Henry Knapps, Thomas Kneebone, Larry, Martin M. Laughlin, William Laurence, Frances Isabella Laurie, Ellen Laws, Samuel Lewis, James Lockyer, Charles Lovelace, Frederick Low, Henry Lowe, Robert Luney, David Lyons, Catherine Mccarrel, Hugh McDonald, Thomas McDunnoch, David McEwen, Daniel McIvor, William Mackey, James McLachlan, Michael Maclaughlen, James McNab, John McNamara, Colin McPhail, Michael McSheen, Ellen Mahony, William Mahony, John Marshall, John Marsland, John Mathias, Thomas Mawdsley, Robert Minty, Francis Moat, Joseph Monk, John Morall, Francis Maxwell Moran, Mary Ann Morgan, James Morris, Matilda Douglas Morris, Jeremiah Morrissy, John Thomas Moss, John Mulligan, John Murphy, Thomas William Napier, Joseph Nash, Mary Ann Newton, Margaret Nicholls, George North, Joseph Oakes, Patrick O'Brien, E. O'Koe, William Osborne, Frances Adelaide O'Sullivan, John O'Sullivan, William Henry Page, Hugh Paris, John Parker, John Parsons, Alexander Patrick, Sarah Patrick, Henry J. Paunell, Charles Pemberton, Andrew Penny, Benjamin Philips, Edward Pitman, Ann Pool, Thomas Potter, John Belsey Prebble, Richard Price, Samuel Priestley, David Protocol, William Purvis, Thomas Quigley, John Quinn, Thomas Quinn, Andrew Rankin, John Reilly, Frank Reynolds, Samuel Rippingall, John Robertson, Bridget Robinson, Elizabeth Robinson, John Roe, James Ross, Henry Rowe, Eleanor de Wolfe Sandifer, Richard Saunders, John Sayers, Robert Scarf, Isaac Scotchmore, John Scowen, John Sharman, Joseph Shaughnessy, Edward Sheppard, Michael Slattery, John Sly, Bridget Smith, Catherine Smith, Henry Smith, Philip Smith, Richard Smith, Henry Wilson Hutchinson Smythe, Susan Solomon, Robert Spence, Mary Steel, unknown man supposed to be called Stewart, Peter Stirling, Adam Strachan, Daniel Sullivan, George Taylor, John Taylor, Samuel Taylor, Moses Teague, "Thomas", John Thomas, Elizabeth Thompson, Augustus Thrupp, "Tommy", Charles Towgood, James Traynor, Ellen Trew, John Tulley, Robert Turnbull, Edw. Turner, Henry William Vincent, William Henry Viney, George Thomas Walker, John Walker, Samuel Walker, William Walker, Edward Walton, Joseph Warren, Sarah Waters, Edward Watts, Thomas Thomson Whiteoake, Francis William Whitfield, Thomas Wilkinson, John Williams, Thomas Williams, Dinah Williamson, James Willis, Daniel Wilson, Eliza Wilson, Jane Wilson, John Wilson, William Wise, James Woodman, Elizabeth Woodrow, Thomas Worthington, William Wright, Yankey Bill and George Young
31p. ; 33cm.
- Inquests Published: (1854)
- Prisoners : committals, trials from 1st July to 31st December 1853 and 1st January to 30th June 1854 Published: (1854)
- Prisoners - remission of sentences : return to address Dr. Thomson 28th October 1853 Published: (1854)
- Report of the Chief Inspector of Mines to the Honorable the Minister of Mines for the year 1880 Published: (1881)
- Convictions under the Convicts Prevention Act : return to address, Mr Snodgrass, 18th October, 1854 Published: (1855)