A list of charges brought against Henry Aldrige's attackers

From Queensland State Archives
Cor: Cockle C J
in the Circuit Court at Maryborough No 14 THE QUEEN against
Wm Troden and Joseph Blake
INFORMATION FOR ROBBERY 5 COUNTS
witnesses
Denis McCarthy
Edwin Redman
R V Little? Crown Solicitor
Filed 26th September 1868 J.Stockwell
Verdict of guilty - Sentence twently years penal servitude the first three in irons.
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In the thirty second 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.
Queensland, Maryborough to wit
BE IT REMEMBERED that John MacKenzie Shaw whom in the absence of Her Majesty's attorney General for the colony of Queesland and Esquire, Barrister-at-law, by virtue of an appointment duly made to him for such purpose, presecutes for Her Majesty in this behalf, being present in the Circuit Court at Maryborough now her, on the twenty eighth dy of September in the Year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty eight, at Maryborough in the Colonly aforesid, informs the said court that William Troden and Joseph Blake on the 30th day of July, 1868, near Imbil, being then armed with certain offensive weapons and instruments to win one gun and one revolver in and upon one Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill feloniously did make an assault and their? and? each of the aforesaid Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill in bodily fear and danger of their lives, then felonisouly did put and the moneys of the said Edwin Redman to the account of one pound six shillings the moneys of the said Robert Crothers to the account of Ten pouns the moneys of the said John Crothers to the account of the said John Crothers to the amount of one pound twelve shillings and sixpence and the moneys of the said Thomas Gill to the amoutn of Three pounds six shillings from the person in the presence and aginst the will of each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill respectively then felioniously and violenty did steal, take away and carry away.
2nd Count
And furhter than William Troden and Joseph Blake on the day and year aforesaid near Imbil aforesaid in and upeon Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill felioniously did make and assault and them and each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill in bodily fear and danger of their lives then felioniusly did put and the moneys of the said Edwin Redman to the amount of one pound six shillings the moneys of the said Robert Crothers to the amount of Twn pounds the moneys fo the said John Crothers to the amoutn of One pound twelve shillings and sixpence and the moneys of the said Thomas Gill to the amount of Three pounds six shillings did together then felioniously and violently steal and carry away.
3rd count
And futher that William Troden and Joseph Blke on the day and year last aforesaid near Imbil aforesaid in and upong Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill feloniously did make an assault and them and each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill in bodily fear and danger of their lives then feloniously did put and the moneys of the said Edwin Redman to the amount of one pound six shillings the moneys of the said Robert Crothers to the amount of one pount twelve shillings and sixpence and the moneys of the said Thomas Gill to the amount of Three pounds six shillings from the person in the presence and against the will of each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill respectively then feloniously nd violently did seal take and carry away. And that the said William Troden and Joseph Blake at the time they so robbed the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill as aforesaid did feloniously beat and strike and use other personal violence to each of the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill.
4th count
And further that William Troden and Joseph Blake on the day and year last aforesid near Imbil aforesaid in and upon Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill feloniously did make and assault and there and each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill in bodily fear and danger of their lives there feloniously did put and the moneys of the said Edwin Redman to the amount of one pound six shillings the moneys of the said Robert Crothers to the amount of ten pounds the moneys of the said John Crothers to the amount of one pound twelve shillings and sixpence and the moneys of the said Thomas Gill to the amount of three pounds six shillings from the person in the presence and against the will of each of the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill respectively then felioniously andviolently did steal and take and carry away. And that the said William Troden and Josephn Blake immediately before they so robbed the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill as aforesaid feloniously beat and strike and did use other personal violence to each of the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill.
5th count
And further that William Troden and Josephn Blake on the day and year last aforesaid near Imbil aforesaid in and upon Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill feloniously did make and assault and their and each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill in bodily fear and danger of their lives their feloniously did put and the moneys of the said Edwin Redmn to the amount of one pound six shillings the moneys of the said Robert Crothers to the amount of Ten pounds the moneys of the said John Crothers to the amount of one pount twelve shillings and sixpence and the moneys of the said Thomas Gill to the amount of three pounds six shillings from the person in the presnece and against the will of each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill respectively then feloniously and violently did steal take and carry and that the said William Troden and Joseph Blake immediately after they so robbed the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill as aforesaid feloniously did beat and strike and use other personal violence to each of them the said Edwin Redman, Robert Crothers, John Crothers and Thomas Gill.
(signed)
J MacKenzie Shaw

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