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a’BECKETT, Malwyn, Melbourne, 1862, for employment as a clerk, 2 pages, List 26.

ADAMSON, John Alexander, Queenscliff, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly working in Melbourne but through ill-health living with parents there.  Father Walter writes in support.  10 pages, List 23.

ADCOCK, Alex. P., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 4.

ADCOCK, G.C., Melbourne, 1859, has been in business in Melbourne since his arrival in 1859, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 18.

ADDIS, Arthur Alexander, Collingwood, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House.  3 pages,  List 2.

ADDISON, George, Melbourne, 1856, for employment as Reader in Legislative Council, or clerkship; has been connected with the Herald newspaper.

ADDISON, George F., Melbourne, 1857.  For Keeper of Powder Magazine.  6 pages, List 3.

ADDISON, Glentworth, Collingwood, 1854, for clerk’s position, father was an officer in 2nd Dragoon Guards, encloses testimonials. 6 pages.

AFFOY, John, Ballarat, 1856, Chinese native, seeks appointment as interpreter.

AGAR, Alexander, Melbourne, 1856, joined Ordnance Service in 1825, served for 12 yrs, both his father and son died in action, is in a distressed state.  4 pages, List 2.

AGNEW, James N., Melbourne, 1861, was messenger in Insolvency Court for 17 years, retrenched, gives background, seeks increase in gratuity, letters of support, 8 pages, List 26.

AITKEN, John, Broadford, 1857, for Registrar for local electoral district. 4 pages, List 3.

AKEHURST, Mr. 1860, Introduced by P.M. Geelong, for office of Clerk of the County Court there.  3 pages.

AKEHURST, A.P.  Clerk of Petty Sessions Geelong, 1860, for promotion, reference on file, 8 pages.  Further letter, 3 pages, List 24.

AKEHURST, Arthur P.  Acting C.P.S. Geelong, 1856, applies for permanent appointment. 9 pages.

AKEHURST, W., Buninyong, 1853, applies for position as surveyor, 2 pages, List 13.

ALDCORN, Andrew, Shoalhaven, 1857, two letters re appointment of emigration agent, 12 pages.  List 2.

ALDWELL, J.A., Melbourne, 1853.  Solicits appointment in Post Office; series of letters.  22 pages.

ALDWELL, J.A., Melbourne, 1857, renews application for employment.  2 pages, List 4.

ALLAN, Thomas, Maryborough, 1862, applies for Coroner there, Dr. F.M. Laidman writes ltter of recommendation, 4 pages, List 27.

ALLEN, John, Collingwood, 1851, for Inspector of Denomination Schools, was Secretary at Melbourne Hospital, lectured at Mechanics Institution, involved in Gas Company.  In Glasgow was Chaplain to the Seamens Friend Society, has established a boys & girls school at Collingwood.

ALLEN, John, Collingwood, 1856, wrote for the Weekly Dispatch in Governor La Trobe’s time, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 40.

ALLEN, Samuel, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is deputy registrar there, 2 pages, List 7.

ALLEN, Thomas, Ballarat, 1857, formerly in British Army, imprisoned by Ballarat rioters and his property destroyed, seeks employment, two letters.  8 pages, List 4.

ALLEY, J.H., Sandhurst, 1861, for re-employment, 3 pages, List 26.

ALLEY, J.H., St. Kilda, 1861, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 31.

ALLISON, Edward D., (M.D.), Ballarat, 1857, for medical officer to Chinese there.  4 pages, List 3. CONNECTION FOUND

AMOS, Mark, Melbourne, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

AMSINCK/ANISINCK (?), Eugene.  Wrote from Herald Office Melbourne, 1860, for employment, 2 pages, List 25.

AMSINCK, Eugene, Fitzroy, 1861, for employment, 4 pages, List 31.

ANDERSON, William H., Melbourne, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, has worked in brother Robert’s legal office, 2 pages, List 36.

ANDREWS, P.J., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference from Argus editor on file, knew him in Adelaide.  3 pages, List 4.

ANDREWS, R.H., Sandhurst, 1861, for clerk, 2 pages, List 22

ANGUS, James, Castlemaine, 1857, joined Royal Horse Artillery in 1845, discharged injured, then employed as warder on hulk, then as convict guard at Fremantle, gives background, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there. 9 pages, List 4.

ANKETELL, John, Richmond, for appointment, reference on file, two letters, 5 pages, List 4.

ANKETELL, John, Richmond, 1857, for Stipendiary Magistrate, 2 pages, List 39.

ANKETELL, John, Richmond, 1859; for employment.  2 pages, List 6.

ANKETELL, John, Castlemaine, 1856, for Magistrate, 2 pages, List 40.

ARBUCKLE, Alexander, Sale, 1856, for Coroner, reference on file.  4 pages, List 34

ARCHER, Henry G., Melbourne, 1856, offers his services as a member or secretary of  Board of Enquiry into the Penal Dept.

ARCHER, Henry G., Melbourne, 1856, to be appointed a Stipendiary Magistrate, 2 pages, List 40.

ARDLIE, Robert, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

ARDLIE, Robert William, Richmond, 1860, for employment; gives background, arrived 1841 etc.  3 pages, List 24.

ARMITAGE, G.H., Prahran, 1862, for employment.  3 pages, List 26.

ARMSTRONG, David, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, a surveyor, 3 pages, List 4.

ARMSTRONG, David, Melbourne, 1857, formerly Inspector of Police and Commissioner of Gold Fields, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment.  3 pages, List 2.

ARMSTRONG, John S., Geelong, 1862, for County Court judge while incumbent on a year’s leave, references from Ireland on file, 12 pages, List 30.

ARMSTRONG, Thomas, Oakleigh, 1862, for Bailiff there, reference on file, 6 pages, List 29.

ASSUE, William, Melbourne, 1857, Chinese, naturalized, for interpreter at Castlemaine in place of deceased John Ohey.  2 pages. List 2.

ASTON, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 6 years residence in Melbourne, two letters.  5 pages, List 7.

ATCHISON, William C., Rokewood, 1857, had a school at Geelong which failed, now has a small school there, but insufficient for his means, seeks government employment.  3 pages, List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND.

ATKIN, Walter, Chiltern, 1860, a solicitor, has a wife and 7 children; for employment, List 20.

ATKIN, Walter, Chiltern, 1860, for employment, was at Amherst previously, has a wife and 7 children, 4 pages, List 21.

ATKIN, Walter, North Melbourne, 1862, has a family of 9, for employment under Real Property Act, 2 pages, List 30.

ATKINS, John, Geelong, 1857, Commissioner of Insolvent Estate, for Judge of Court of Mines, 2 pages, List 38.

ATKINS, W.H., Melbourne, for promotion, 2 pages, List 27.

ATKINSON, Benjamin, Melbourne, 1857, for inspector of schools.  5 pages. List 2.

ATKINSON, Benjamin, Brighton, 1857, for inspector of schools, is professor of ancient and modern languages and mathematics.  12 pages, List 4.

ATKINSON, Charles James, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

ATKINSON, G., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act, 1856.

ATKINSON, John P.  Melbourne, 1856, for Reader to Parliament, formerly employed at Herald office, reference on file.

ATKINSON, John Prichard, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

ATKINSON, R.B., Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of the Bench, Echuca, already in public service, 2 pages, List 19.

ATKINSON, Thomas G. Collingwood, 1856, for re-employment, formerly in Melbourne post office and in English civil service; two letters.

ATKINSON, Thomas G., Legislative Assembly Chambers, 1857; for appointment as chief clerk in post office.  4 pages, List 3.

ATKINSON, Thomas Greenham, Collingwood, 1856, for a position anywhere in government.  2 pages. List 2.

ATKINSON, Thomas Greenlaw. Collingwood, 1855-56.  Employed for 8 yrs in GPO London, resigned June 1852, employed in G.P.O. here, gives details of his resignation; seeks another position.  24 pages.

ATKINSON, W., Ballan, 1854, of Atkinson & Pepper; medical advice is to give up sheep farming, seeks CPS there. 3 pages.

ATTWOOD, Henry, Richmond, for employment, is destitute, 3 pages, List 34.

AUSTEIN, Sigmund, Melbourne, 1859, for employment as an interpreter, 3 pages, List 9.

AUSTIN, George, letter in support from Hugh Childers, was formerly in Sir Wm Denison’s household; wants employment in Parliament House.  4 pages, List 2.

AUSTIN, George, Wiliamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in public service, 3 pages, List 7.

AUSTIN, J.L.S., Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, is an attorney.  2 pages, List 35.

AUSTIN, J.L.S., Melbourne, 1859, some years an Attorney, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 8.

AUSTIN, John J., Beechworth, 1860, brother in law is Bishop of Glasgow W.S. Wilson, 3 pages, List 20.

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BACON, John, Carisbrook, 1858, for Bailiff, 2 pages, List 41.

BACON, John, Avoca, 1859, for Bailiff of County Court at Amherst, 2 pages, List 8.

BACOT, H.L., Collingwood, 1852, draftsman, gives his English experience, 2 pages, List 13

BAGGETT, Mark, Geelong, 1857, formerly in Sheriff’s department in VDL., dishonesty of business partner has left him destitute, seeks employment.  3 pages, List 4.

BAGNALL, John, Myers Flat Sandhurst 1858, for Bailiff, 34 years, married, had testimonial from Lady Gipps [not on file] 3 pages, List 41.

BAGOT, R.C., Melbourne, 1862, for appointment as sworn valuator, 2 pages, List 27.

BAILEY, Charles, Melbourne, 1858, was formerly clerk at Wakefield House of Correction, 3 pages, List 5.

BAILEY, William, Melbourne, 1862, accountant, has a large family, paid fares of others to emigrate, some of whom haven’t paid him back yet.  3 pages, List 29.

BAKER, Arthur A., Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 2 pages, List 36.

BAKER, Arthu A., Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 3 pages, List 39.

BAKER, George, Melbourne,1856, testifies to fitness of John Henry CLOUGH for appointment as J.P.

BAKER, Heighbert [?] Melbourne, 1853, was a government surveyor in Natal, gives background, 4 pages, List 15.

BALDWIN, David W.  Melbourne, 1856, formerly in Store Dept., at Heathcote, seeks re-employment under govt., first entered government service over 25yrs ago as an officer in a cavalry regiment.  Copies of references from Alfred J. Agg, John B. Hodgson and Rev. John Reid.  6 pages.

BALDWIN, David N.  Northcote, 1857, formerly in Commissariat Dept. at Heathcote; note from Peter Lalor on file.  7 pages, List 4.

BALDWIN, Gardner Henry, Williamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, Cambridge graduate, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BALDWIN, J.F.H., Melbourne, 1859, formerly a clerk ‘at home’, seeks position as Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 6.

BALLENTINE, William John, North Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 1 page,  List 37.

BALLENTINE, William John, North Melbourne, 1859, requests return of references left in 1858, 2 pages, List 22.

BANKART, E.H., Melbourne, 1858, for assistant inspector, Eastern Market, 1 page, List 37.

BARBER, George, Melbourne, 1856, offers services to negotiate in England for arrangement of mail.

BARFOOT, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

BARLEE, Charles H., Melbourne, 1856, brother is Colonial Secretary in Western Australia, for government employment.  3 Letters.

BARLEE, Charles H., Melbourne, 1859, for clerkship, 5 pages, List 12.

BARLOW, John, Richmond, 1858, for re-employment, late Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 6 pages, List 37.

BARLOW, John, Richmond, 1859, asks re-employment, has a wife and three children, 3 pages, List 12.

BARNETT, Adolphus R., Sandhurst, 1860, for clerkship, 2 pages, List 19.

BARNETT, Edward, Benalla, 1853, for position as a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

BARNARD, E., Waranga, 1857, for Police Magistrate at Kilmore, 2 pages, List 39.

BARNARDO, Augustus, Pentridge,1859, seeks another govt position, 2 pages, List 8.

BARR, James, Oakleigh, 1860.  No application, but reference from locals in support, 2 pages, List 19.

BARR, James, Oakleigh, 1862, is acting Clerk of Petty Sessions there, seeks another appointment, references on file, 10 pages, List 29.

BARRETT, John, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly postmaster at Watergraphill Ireland, references on file, 7 pages, List 4.

BARRETT, R., Melbourne, 1856, messenger Crown Lands Office, applies for a similar position elsewhere, is a native of Frankston. 3 pages. List 2.

BARRINGTON, E.E., Melbourne, 1853, for a position as surveyor/engineer, 2 pages, List 15.

BARRY, Edward  Melbourne, 1857.  Was chief clerk of the Resident Magistrates Court at Auckland NZ for 8 yrs.  4 pages.

BARRY, Edward, 1857; reference from L. Mclachlan, gives his background, 3 pages, List 38.

BARRY, Edward, Ararat, 1860, for clerkship in law department, 4 pages, List 23.

BARRY, Edward, Ararat, 1860, for promotion, reference on file, 7 pages, List 24.

BARRY, Robert, Melbourne, 1860, for appointment in solicitor general’s dept., his father is known.  4 pages.

BARRY, William H., Kyneton, 1857, encloses letter from Mrs. Caroline CHISHOLM in support of his application.  5 pages, List 2.

BARTHOLD, J.P., Fitzroy, 1862, for re-employment, references on file, 6 pages, List 26.

BARTON, Edwin, Melbourne, 1853, applies for position as surveyor; copies of English testimonials on file, is a civil engineer, 5 pages, List 13.

BARTROP, George F., St. Kilda, Clerk of Petty Sessions there, seeks appointment in Parliament House, gives employment history.  3 pages, List 2.

BARTROP, George F., St. Kilda, 1858, for electoral registrar, 5 pages, List 34

BARTROP, George F., Melbourne, 1860, for appointment, 3 pages, List 19.

BATES, William D., Melbourne, for permanent employment, 5 pages, List 24.

BATES, William D., Melbourne, 1862, for employment, references on file, 6 pages, List 30.

BATES, William D., Melbourne, 1863, for clerkship in law department, 3 pages, List 35.

BAUKART, E.H., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 16.

BAXTER, William, St Kilda, 1862, for Inspector General of Schools, 5 pages, List 28

BAYLY, Richard Griffith, late of Brighton, 1854, was held up by bushrangers Bradley & O’Connor, details case, was formerly a mill owner, corn merchant an auctioneer, seeks government employment.  6 pages.

BEAN, Cornelius, Geelong 1857, long time resident, testimonials from locals on file, seeks government employment. 4 pages, List 3.

BEASLEY, Charles, Melbourne, 1853, formerly in government employ, seeks re-employment, 3 pages, List 15.

BEATTY, George.  Melbourne, 1857.  Two letters, served in Department of War and Board of Works in Ireland; copies of testimonials on file.  7 pages, List 3.

BEDFORD, Charles, Emerald Hill, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

BEGGS, John Henry, Melbourne, for permanent employment, 2 pages, List 26.

BELCHER, W.R., Melbourne, 1857, has been fifteen years clerk of the Bench in Melbourne, asks police magistrate position at Kilmore.  4 pages, List 4.

BELCHER, W.R., Melbourne, 1857, for Police Magistrate at Kilmore, 2 pages, List 39.

BELL, Carly C., Fryers Town, 1856, for clerkship, is a cousin of Edward Bell, immigration agent. 2 pages, List 2.

BELL, E.C., Ballarat, 1862, is Clerk of Petty Sessions there, seeks a transfer, 2 pages, List 29.

BELL, Edward, Melbourne, 1857, for re-employment as clerk, references on file, 7 pages, List 36.

BELL, Robert, Ballarat, 1860, for employment as police magistrate, can speak and read Chinese.  2 letters.

BELLAIRS, Eugene, Melbourne, 1853, for a position as a contract surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

BELLIN, John, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

BENNETT, George, Lucerne House, for emigration agent.  Has extensive business experience in Scotland, his then partner John TAYLOR now a bank manager in Sydney, lists others who could supply references, has a large family.  5 pages, List 2.

BENNETT, H.O.  Bendigo, 1856.  Applies for re-appointment ; joined 1852 Castlemaine, has held various clerks positions, including to Castlemaine police. 7 pages.

BERNARD, F.N., Ararat, 1858, for Bailiff, 2 pages, List 41.

BERNARD, Frederick Robinson, Melbourne, 1857.  Formerly in police force, left to go into business but has been unsuccessful; gives military history of family and seeks government position.  10 pages, List 3.

BIBLE, Arthur, Melbourne, 1857, clerk in revenue branch, seeks advancement, has been eleven years in public service. 5 pages, List 2.

BIERS, H., Melbourne, 1853, applies for position as surveyor, 2 pages, List 13.

BIERS, J. Thompson, Inglewood, 1862, is Clerk of Courts there, seeks transfer for health reason, 3 pages, List 29.

BINGAY, Thomas V.B., North Melbourne, 1856, for employment, 2 pages, List 40.

BIRCHALL, W.H. South Yarra 1860, formerly in Treasury Dept. Retrenched, now seeks position in Attorney General’s office.  5 pages.

BIRD, R.A., Melbourne, 1854.  Employed in government printing office, seeks another position as the hours are too long.  2 pages, List 3.

BLAKE, Charles, town crier of Melbourne, 1856, references on file, seeks government employment, 4 pages, List 4.

BLAKSTON, John, Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, is a clerk, 3 pages, List 23.

BLUNDEN, J., Mount Bolton, 1861, for coroner, 4 pages, List 31.

BLUNDEN, J., Mount Bolton, 1862, for coroner, 3 pages, List 30.

BLUNTISH, Archibald Kinn, Melbourne, 1856, late Lieut. H.M. 9th Infantry, for clerk in Post Office.

BODDY, Joseph, 1858; letter from John Watson on his behalf, for clerkship, 2 pages, List 41.

BODEN, Albert V St Lutz, Digby, 1856, for re-appointment in police force.

BODEN, Albert Von St Luz.  Digby, Portland, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, formerly in police force.  Petition from c40 residents re establishment of Court there on file.  10 pages, List 40.

BOGUE, James, Melbourne, 1856, late of the Irish Police, for messenger in Parliament House, served for 18yrs.  3 pages. List 2.

BOHUN, H.W., Geelong, 1857, for census enumerator at Grant, formerly held this position.  2 pages,  List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND

BOHUN, W.F.B., Geelong, 1857, for census enumerator at Grant District.  2 pages. CONNECTION FOUND

BOLTON, George Hammersley, Geelong, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 3 pages, List 36

BONE, Stanhope, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BONNER, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, for employment as messenger at Parliament House.

BONSEY, William Henry  Geelong, 1857. For Inspector General of Penal Establishments; is a Police Magistrate.  3 pages.  CONNECTION FOUND

BOOBIER, William J., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BOOKER, George, Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, is an attorney, references on file, father a private friend of the Governor, 12 pages, List 36

BOOKER, George, Melbourne, 1859; is an attorney, seeks clerical employment, 2 pages, List 6.

BOSTOCK, Robert, Horsham, applied for position in Sheriff’s office, 1891.  2 pages, List 42.

BOURKE, James. Dandenong, 1857.  Engaged to take an Iron Lock up to the country on behalf of government, was not paid promptly and now in financial strife; seeks government employment, is 46yrs old.  3 pages.

BOWEN, L.P., Gisborne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 12.

BOWEN, L.P., Gisborne, 1862, for Coroner there, reference on file, 3 pages, List 28.

BOYD, Robert, Melbourne, 1852, a surveyor, seeks position, 4 pages, List 13

BOYD, William, Belfast, 1859, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 12.

BOYES, William Watson.  Mother Elizabeth writes from Kyneton, 1858; is the widow of a clergyman, seeks employment for her 22 year old son.  3 pages, List 35.

BOYLE, J.  Barrister, Ararat, 1860, seeks position of local revising Barrister of the Mining Byelaws there, 2 pages.

BOYLE, Roger, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

BRACHE, J., Melbourne, 1853, is a civil engineer.  2 pages, List 15.  CONNECTION FOUND

BRACK, William, Benalla, 1858, for Bailiff, was 20 years in police force, 6 years as Chief Constable, 2 pages, List 40.

BRADSHAW, Joseph, Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, list of references.  3 pages, List 2.

BRADSHAW, Joseph E., Sandhurst, 1857; late Lieut 12th Royal Lancers, his cousin is Lt. Colonel Bradshaw, late of the 77th Regt.  For keeper of the Powder Magazine there.  3 pages, List 2.

BRADY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at parliament, formerly corporal in 96th Regiment, bought discharge 1844, subsequently in Tasmania and Victoria police.  3 pages, List 2.

BRADY, William,  Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

BRAGG, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act at Carisbrook, reference enclosed, 3 pages, List 4.

BRANKER, Francis, Beechworth, 1860, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, reference from residents on file, 6 pages, List 23.

BREDIN, Thompson, 1856, letter from a Mr. Foster gives his background, 3 pages, List 4.

BREEN, Thomas, Bacchus Marsh, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly chief constable there, references on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BRENNAN, Patrick, Dunolly, 1859, for Court House Keeper, 2 pages, List 10.

BRENNAN, Patrick, Dunolly, 1860, for cleaner’s position in Court House there, has a family, 3 pages, List 21.

BRETON, H.  Warrnambool, 1856, M.D. Edinburgh University, for appointment as Coroner at Warrnambool.

BRETON, H., Warrnambool, 1859, for Coroner at Beechworth, 2 pages, List 18.

BRETT, J.H., Back Creek, 1859, for Coroner; gives medical and family background, 4 pages, List 9.

BRETT, William G., Beechworth, 1862, requests transfer from position there, reference on file, 7 pages, List 28.

BREW, George, Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Taradale, was a CPS in Ireland, reference on file, 4 pages, List 39.

BRICK, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BRIDGES, F.A, East Melbourne, 1856, for employment as copying clerk, Legislative Assembly, two letters.

BRIDGES, Frederick, Melbourne, 1857, is a government clerk, asks position as assistant librarian.  3 pages, List 3.

BRIERLY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly employed in government, 2 pages, List 7.

BRISCOE, Robert Villiers, Melbourne, 1854, was a Lieut. In H.M. 25th Regt., for Superintendent of a Hulk.  5 pages.

BRITTER, Alfred, Richmond, 1857, for position as clerk in parliamentary library.  2 pages, List 3.

BRODIE, George, Melbourne, 1861, for Warden at Dunolly, has had ‘considerable experience of goldfields matters’.  4 pages, List 32.

BRODIE, Henry, Melbourne, 1859, is a nephew of Sir Benjamin Brodie, for employment, 4 pages, List 11.

BRODIE, James C., Melbourne, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, 2 pages, List 4.

BRODIE, John Charles, Melbourne, 1857, old colonist, for employment.  4 pages, List 4.

BROMLEY, Samuel, Melbourne, 1854, 50 yrs old, is licensed to preach by the City of London, asks to be made a stipendiary magistrate on the goldfields.  3 pages.

BROOK, Henry.  Seeks promotion in 1860, references on file, 6 pages, List 23.

BROOK, Henry, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 3 pages, List 27.

BROOKS, John, Melbourne, 1859, for employment, an unsuccessful digger. 2 pages, List 8.

BROPHY, John Townsend, Buninyong, 1857, for mining surveyor position there; petition in support on file.  5 pages, List 3.

BROPHY, Michael, Parliament House, Melbourne, applicant for employment as messenger at Parliament House, requests return of testimonials, which is done.  3 pages, List 2.

BROWN, Henry Bromfield, Geelong, applied for position as valuator in 1891; references on file, 9 pages, List 42.

BROWN, Joseph, Melbourne, 1860, for Supreme Court messenger, is that in the Public Works Department, 1 page, List 21

BRUCE, Alexander McCrae, Melbourne, 1860, is nephew of Captain George Ward Cole who provides reference, and Captain McCrae.  3 pages, List 24.

BRUCE, John A., Adelaide, SA., 1856, for position as assayer, studied in Royal College of Chemistry, London, gives employment details.  3 pages. List 2.

BRUCE, William, Melbourne, 1861, has followed pastoral pursuits, but now seeks employment, 2 pages, List 31.

BRYAN, William, Melbourne, 861, brother in law of James Cowie MP, lost his money in mining venture, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 26.

BUCHAN, David, South Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

BUCHAN, Laurence F., Melbourne, 1857, for any government situation.  2 pages, List 2.

BUCHANAN, William P., Melbourne, 1859, for employment, reference on file, 3 pages, List 18.

BUCIRDE, William Henry, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 4.

BUCK, Charles, Plenty, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

BUDD, J., Mount Dorian, 1859, formerly in service, resigned, seeks re-employment, 2 pages, List 19.

BUDD, J.W. Seymour, Geelong, 1858, for a clerkship, currently a messenger, 4 pages, List 14

BUDD, R.H., Melbourne, 1854, for appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  2 pages, List 3.

BULL, George, (M.D.) Pleasant Creek, 1860, application to be appointed Coroner there.  Petition in support from locals, and two letters casting doubt on his suitability from chemist Alfred B. CLEMES.  14 pages, List 21

BULL, George, (A.M. & M.B.) Sale, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 6 pages, List 31.

BULL, J., Resident Warden, Castlemaine, 1857, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment.  Spent nearly nine years in NSW convict department, gives other background details.  12 pages. List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND

BULL, John, Collingwood, 1855, injured on board ship on voyage out, formerly in a solicitor’s office in London, has a wife and children to support, arrived December 1854.  2 pages, List 40.

BUNCE, Richard, Back Creek near Amherst, 1859, for Coroner; has to support his brother’s family as well as his own, 4 pages, List 12.

BUNNETT, Templeton, Geelong, 1858, for deputy sheriff Ararat; reference on file.  4 pages, List 5.

BUNNETT, Templeton, Geelong, 1860, for employment, references on file, 12 pages, List 24.

BURSHEM, F.H., Hobart, 1852, formerly in Ordnance Department, for draftsman/surveyor, 2 pages, List 13

BURGER, D.G., Melbourne, 1857, has been 2nd officer on H.M. Cutter Loelia, but now out of employment, applies for position on the Victoria.  2 pages, List 2.

BURKE/Edmund/Edward, Clerk of Petty Sessions Williamstown, 1859, for Police Magistrate’s position at Daylesford, reference from local magistrates on file, 6 pages, List 6.

BURKE, Edward, Clerk of Petty Sessions Williamstown, 1860, for Clerk of County Court,  nearly 7yrs there, is a solicitor of 15yrs standing, previously applied for Daylesford, supporting letter from chairman of Municipality, Thomas Stewart.  6 pages.

BURKITT, Walter, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act,  as collector of electoral lists.

BURNE, W.P., Melbourne, 1856, formerly in penal department, asks for position in Treasury Department now that a vacancy has occurred. 3 pages, List 2.

BURNE, William Pitt, Williamstown, 1856, for position in Parliament House, or any other position that may became vacant. 4 pages, List 2.

BURNS, Robert, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

BURRELL, W.J., Bacchus Marsh, 1859, for position as Bailiff, 2 pages, List 9.

BURTON, J.A(?) Melbourne, 1857, two letters, an attorney, arrived 1853 from Sth Aust., had spent 13 years there, 4 pages, List 39.

BURY, F.J., Melbourne, 1856, late Gold Commissioner at Creswick, applies for re-appointment in public service.

BURY, F.J., Melbourne Club, 1857, for appointment as colonial storekeeper; formerly in Gold Commission as Commissioner at Creswick, resigned due to ill health, 2 letters.  7 pages, List 2.

BUSSELL, George, 1853, applies for position as surveyor, 3 pages, List 13.

BUST, R., Prahran, 1857, for electoral work.  2 pages, List 4.

BUTLER, Edward Gerald, Melbourne, 1858, for appointment in district police court, his brother Villiers held the same position.  3 pages, List 4.

BUTLER, G.V., Colonial Barrack Master, 1854.  Seeks appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  Gives employment background.  3 pages, List 3.

BUTLER, V., Melbourne, 1857, formerly clerk in Equity Office, discharged when government reduced numbers, seeks another position. 3 pages, List 2.

BUTLER, Walter, Rushworth, 1856.  Applies for position of Chinese Protector and Sub Warden there.

BYRNE, Alexander.  Richmond, 1860, for position as Bailiff and subsequently as messenger County Court.  4 pages.

BYRNE, James P., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

BYRNE, Mathew, Melbourne, 1860, seeks promotion, 2 pages, List 23.

BYRNE, Myles P., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 6.

BYRNE, Myles P., Sandhurst, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 6.

BYRNE, Myles P., Melbourne, for employment, is reading for the Bar, 5 pages, List 21

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CADDELL, Jackson, 1858, is in police force and Clerk of the Bench at Casterton, recommended for promotion, 2 pages, List 41.

CADDEN, J.A.P., Melbourne, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 1 page, List 40.

CADDEN, Robert, Melbourne, 1857, for promotion, has been in public service for 14 years, has wife and 7 children, 3 pages, List 36

CADDEN, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, for re-instatement, had been dismissed, 4 pages, List 29.

CADDEN, Simon, Mt. Bolton, 1862, for Coroner at Learmonth, 2 pages, List 28

CADMAN, Frederick Thomas, Richmond, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House; encloses memorial signed by M.P.s, businessmen etc.  4 pages, List 2.

CALIER/CALIN, John, Creswick, 1860, for Bailiff, references on file, 5 pages, List 19.

CALLAN, Alexander, Melbourne, 1853, Scottish, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

CALWELL, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.

CALVERT, James, Dunolly, 1859, unsuccessful candidate for employment, alleges corruption in decision, 5 pages, List 6.

CAMPBELL, C.A., Sandhurst, 1857, for permanent position, is acting clerk, 1 page, List 39.

CAMPBELL, Frederick, Melbourne, 1853, is a brother of Major Campbell, a draftsman, 3 pages, List 13.  CONNECTION FOUND

CAMPBELL, G.M., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 3 pages, List 4.

CAMPBELL, G.W. City police court, 1860, applies for Mr. Cadden’s position in event of his promotion, Capt Standish can supply reference, has known him for 8 yrs.  3 pages.

CAMPBELL, George, Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, a clerk, 2 pages, List 23.

CAMPBELL, James, Melbourne, 1853, studied surveying in Canada, engineering in the U.S., worked on Erie and Panama canals, 3 pages, List 15.

CAMPBELL, Malcolm M., Melbourne, 1862, is nearly fifteen years old, son of late Norman, late Registrar General, 2 pages, List 29.  Same letter, 2 pages, List 32. CONNECTION FOUND

CAMPBELL, Norman, South Yarra, 1859, for re-instatement in public service, was retrenched, father held important offices in the government, 5 pages, List 17.  CONNECTION FOUND

CAMPBELL, Norman, South Yarra, 1860, repeats application, 3 pages, List 20.

CAMPBELL, Norman, South Yarra, 1860, for re-appointment, gives background, 3 pages, List 23.

CAMPBELL, Norman Ruthven, Melbourne, 1858, for employment, son of Norman.  List 37. CONNECTION FOUND

CAMPION, Henry, Collingwood, 1859, for employment, is from Ireland, 3 pages, List 8.

CANDIOTTIS, Spiridion, Kingower, 1860.  Residents recommend him for Coroner, 4 pages of signatures, derogatory comment by official, 6 pages, List 25.  Writes from Redbank, 1860, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 25.  CONNECTION FOUND

CANDIOTTIS, Spiridion, Redbank, 1861, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 22.

CANDIOTTIS, Spiridion, Redbank, 1861, for Coroner, 2 letters, 4 pages, List 31.

CANNAM, Charles C., Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

CARIG, Henry, Benalla, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, a former planter in the Isle of Grenada, 3 pages, List 5.

CARIG, Henry, Benalla, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, has a large family to support, 4 pages, List 5.

CARIGE, Henry, Benall, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 19.

CARKEET, William, Heathcote, 1857, for Coroner’s position.  2 pages, List 2.

CARLILE, John, Whitehaven, 1857.  Letter to Earl of Carlisle, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, asking for assistance in getting his third son John Ogle Carlile, a promotion, is in Victorian police force,  gives family background.  Covering letter from the Earl. 8 pages, List 2.

CARR, C.W., St. Kilda, 1855, late secretary gold field commissions, for future employment.  Further letter 1856.  6 pages, List 2.

CARRICK, Thomas, Melbourne, 1857, for messenger/bailiff, has been 7 years in colony, 2 pages, List 39.

CARROLL, E., Geelong, 1856, for government employment .

CARROLL, Henry, Melbourne, 1853, for appointment at Gisborne, 2 pages, List 34.

CARROLL, Henry, Melbourne, 1852, father a Dublin solicitor, had a letter to Sir Charles Fitzroy, 3 pages, List 40.

CARROLL, Thomas, Richmond, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.  Encloses testimonial.

CARSON, J.B., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

CARTER, Albinuo (?) Jno, Audit office, 1860, applies for Clerk of County Court, 3 pages.

CARTER, Charles C., St. Kilda, 1860, formerly in government employment, retrenched 1855, seeks re-employment, 4 pages, List 25.

CARVER, William, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

CASEY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, testimonial on file. 3 pages, List 2.

CASEY, William, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

CASHMORE, Michael, Melbourne, 1859; a resident for upwards of twenty years, seeks police magistrate position, 3 pages, List 11.

CASHMORE, Michael, Ballarat, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 17.

CASTIEAU, J.B.  Beechworth, 1856, applies for postmaster position there, currently gaoler, references on file.

CASTLE, Mr.  Recommended by Charles Clifford of Wellington, has been tutor to his children, 1860, 2 pages, List 24.

CASTLE, Andre, Melbourne, 1856, is in Police Office, reference on file, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

CASTRO, J. de S., Beechworth, 1857, for Coroner, List 36

CASTWOOD, George, Belfast, 1860, for employment, 5 pages, List 24.

CATTANACH, Thomas, North Melbourne, 1856, has acted as interpreter for the Gaelic language.  1 page, List 40.

CAULTON, John, Richmond, 1859, for messenger to the Master in Equity, testimonials on file; 4 pages, List 8.

CHALK, John Alfred, Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, 3 pages, List 36

CHAMBERS, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, M.D., for Coroner, Sth Australian references on file, 9 pages, List 38.  CONNECTION FOUND

CHAMBERS, Henry, Geelong, 1858, late coroner of the city of Adelaide, 1 page, List 41.

CHANDLER, Lewis, Melbourne, 1858, for an appointment, 2 pages, List 15.

CHAPMAN, Charles, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, printed testimonials on file, son of Captain James T., formerly worked for Nottingham Water Works Co., 6 pages, List 4.

CHAPMAN, Thomas H., Melbourne, 1858, seeks employment, his wife is niece to the late John Robertson of Hobart Town, 3 pages, List 37.

CHARTER, William, Portland, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is sergeant of police, references on file, 4 pages, List 4.

CHAUNCY, Phillip, Melbourne, 1853, for position as a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

CHEW, Thomas, Brighton, 1857, for electoral roll collector, reference on file, two letters, 5 pages, List 4.

CHILDS, Archibald, Melbourne, 1858, for analytical chemist, late lecturer at Manchester, gives background, 5 pages, List 37.

CHISHOLM, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

CHOMLEY, A.W., Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, gives employment history, 7 pages; appointed to law position, 2 pages, List 23.

CHOMLEY, R.B., Prahran, 1856, for appointment as Serjeant at Arms.

CHRISTOPHERS, Henry , Castlemaine, 1857, for emigration agent.  Has long experience in commercial and maritime matters.  4 pages, List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND

CHRISTOPHERS, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, for J.P., was vice consul in Brazil, town clerk of Castlemaine, 4 pages, List 39.

CLAPHAM, J.H., Melbourne, 1859, for government employment, 2 pages, List 6.

CLARK, Edward, Sandridge, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 32 years, married with a family, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

CLARK, Stephen George, Ballarat, 1857, for employment, ‘one of the pioneers in the establishment of legitimate drama on Ballarat’; recommendation from residents on file, 9 pages, List 4.

CLARKE, Alexander, Maryborough, 1860, for re-appointment as Superintendent of Buildings there, petition from residents and reference from Council, 5 pages, List 28.

CLARKE, Alexander, Maryborough, 1861, late overseer of buildings, for employment, 2 pages, List 31.

CLARKE, George, Buninyong, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly a law clerk in England, resident for seven years, 3 pages, List 11.

CLARKE, George, Buninyong, 1860, for employment, gives background etc., 3 pages, List 20.

CLARKE, George, Buninyong, 1861, for employment, 3 pages, List 31.

CLARKE, George, St. Arnaud, 1861, for re-employment, formerly Warden’s Clerk.  3 pages, List 32.

CLARKE, Thomas, Melbourne, 1854, late overseer of Houseless Immigrants Institution, previously in department of Crown Lands; wants post office position; has a wife and two children dependent on him.  5 pages.

CLARSON, William, Victoria Parade, 1856, for clerkship or similar in government, where shorthand would be useful, asks Colonel A. Davidson to help; his letter on file also.  7 pages, List 2.

CLAY, Frederick Lord, Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of County Court, a resident of  20 years, is a solicitor.  2 pages.

CLEARY, Michael.  Melbourne, 1855.  Office Keeper, applies for appointment for his only brother, [unnamed] a Sergt in the 99th Reg at Hobart, has served over 25yrs in army, now discharged, wife has died, has 3 children to support,   4 pages.

CLERKE, Adam,  Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.  CONNECTION FOUND

CLOUGH, J.H., Melbourne, 1857, for Magistrate, 3 pages, List 39.

CLOWES, Joseph, Castlemaine, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 32.

COALES, David, Collingwood, 1857, nearly ten years in colony, details experiences, for employment, 10 pages, List 4.

COBB, A., Melbourne, 1862, for employment, reference from James H. Ross on file, 5 pages, List 27.

COCHRANE, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 5 pages, List 7.

COGAN, William, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; employed as rate collector, references on file, 7 pages, List 4.

COGHILL, D.M.K., East Melbourne, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 29.

COLDHAM, John, Branxholme, 1859, for police magistrate there, 4 pages (faded writing) List 17.

COLLES, Abraham, Dandenong, 1859, is acting Clerk of Petty Sessions, asks for permanency, 3 pages, List 6.  (see also COLLIS.)

COLLES, Abraham, Whittlesea, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, two letters, 5 pages, List 31.

COLLES, Abraham, Yan Yean, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 32.

COLLES, Richard, Castlemaine, 1857, for Judge of Court of Mines, 2 pages, List 38.

COLLES, Richard, Castlemaine, 1861, is Deputy Sheriff there, for Police Magistrate, 3 pages, List 32.

COLLINS, Charles J., Inglewood, 1860, for Bailiff of the County Court, 3 pages, List 21

COLLIS, Abraham, 1862, for re-employment, reference on file, 4 pages, List 28.  (See also COLLES).

COLLYER, William Bridge.  Pearson Thompson, barrister, Castlemaine, 1860, recommends him for a J.P.  3 pages, List 26.

COLLYNS, Davenport, Geelong, 1857, for employment, gives background, 4 pages, List 36.

COLLYNS, Davenport, Geelong, 1859, for a clerkship, gives background, 3 pages, List 8.

COLLYNS, Davenport W., Geelong, 1860, two letters, gives background, 9 pages, List 24.

COLLYNS, Davenport W., Geelong, 1860, for employment, List 25.

COLVILLE, Hugh, Richmond, writes 1857 asking for 6 weeks leave of absence, medical certificate enclosed – no details as to illness.  List 2.

COMBE, Matthew, Melbourne, 1860, for Crown Prosecutor’s position, 2 pages, List 23.

COMYNS, Charles.  Melbourne, 1856.  Applies for clerk assistant to Legislative Assembly; has been clerk in Leg. Council for last 2 yrs.  2 pages.

CONOLAN, Bernard, Dunolly, 1862, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Tarnagulla, 2 pages, List 27.

CONEY, Bicknell, Sandhurst, 1856, for warden on the goldfields, graduate of Exeter College Oxford.  3 pages, List 2.

CONNELL, William, Melbourne, 1859, for position for himself and wife as messenger and office keeper at Master in Equity department; father William was an Irish attorney, 3 pages, List 11.

CONNELL, William, Collingwood, 1860.  For appointment for himself and wife as Crier and Court Keeper in County Court, father a Dublin attorney.  Gives employment history, arrived 1852.  3 pages, List 20.

CONROY, Richard.  Alberton, 1851, constable, applies for position as chief constable at Flooding Creek.

CONWAY, James, Melbourne, 1858, formerly in police force, for employment as Turnkey, 2 pages, List 37.

COOK, Charles, Collingwood, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, testimonials on file.  8 pages. List 2.

COOK, Charles, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 7 pages, List 4.

COOK, F.C., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, in employ of C. Denny of Mount Moriac, 3 pages, List 4.

COOK, William, Daylesford, 1857, for appointment as Collector of Electoral Roll there.  2 pages, List 3.

COOKE, Samuel J., Geelong, 1854, late Sub Treasurer Geelong, seeks another appointment.  5 pages.

COOKE, William, Melbourne, 1857, for clerk of county court Beechworth.  4 pages, List 2.

COOKE, William, Melbourne, 1857, for employment at Beechworth, gives very detailed background, references on file, 13 pages, List 36.

COOKE, William, Beechworth, 1858, for Bailiff and Clerk there, 3 pages, List 6.

COPE, Frederick Charles, Brunswick, 1860, for a clerkship, has six children, 3 pages, List 21.

COPE, Frederick Charles, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 4 pages, another letter, 2 pages, List 27.

COPE, Frederick Charles, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 3 pages, List 29.

COPE, Frederick Charles, Melbourne, 1862, for any vacancy, 2 pages, List 30.

CORCORAN, William Henry, Sandridge, 1856, applies for appointment as librarian at public library, was from Co Wicklow, copies of testimonials on file.

COSTELLO, Peter, Collingwood, 1860, for Keeper of the County Court, worked as a cabinet maker in Dublin, 3 pages.

COSTIN, E.T., Melbourne, 1853, a surveyor like his father, 3 pages, List 13.

COTT, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is valuator for Melbourne corporation, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

COUCHMAN, Margaret, Hawthorn, applied for an increase in allowance as court cleaner, 1891.  3 pages, List 42.

COURTIS, John, Williamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

COURTNEY, Francis, Audit Office, 1860, for employment as messenger in Insolvent Court, reference on file.  3 pages.

COURTNEY, Francis, Melbourne, 1860, for employment, 2 pages, List 19.

COURTNEY, Francis, Audit Office, 1860, for messenger elsewhere, is assistant messenger there, reference on file, 3 pages, List 21

COWAN, Thomas, Ballarat, 1857, mining surveyor, for appointment as principal surveyor there, 3 pages, List 4.

COWLEY, G.E., Herald Office, Melbourne, 1857, seeks government employment, encloses copies of testimonials from former employers, is 33, married, and the son of an Irish gentleman, is the accountant there.  3 pages, List 2.

COWLEY, G.E., Richmond, 1857, actuary, arrived 1852, lists employers, 2 pages, List 39.

COWPER, William, Tarnagulla, 1859, for Coroner there, 2 pages, List 17.

COYLE, Matthew J., 1856, for government employment, is eldest surviving son of late James of Dublin, gives family history, references on file, 12 pages, List 4.

COX, Alexander Dick, Wedderburn, 1859, for position as Bailiff, reference on file, 5 pages, List 22.

COX, Alexander Frederick, Wedderburn, 1858; applies for appointment as Coroner there, 3 pages, List 4.

COX, Francis Augustus, Melbourne, 1857, surgeon, for appointment, wife is niece of Benjamin Powell, references on file, some duplicated.  12 pages, List 39.

COX, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act, testimonial enclosed.

CRABBE, Thomas, Portland, 1856, in legal partnership with Mr. Dodd, seeks Coroner’s position, 2 pages, List 40.

CRABBE, Thomas, Dunolly, 1861, for Coroner, is a solicitor, married and has a family, 4 pages, List 32.

CRAIG, G.N., Melbourne, 1858, for police magistrate; formerly held Grange station near Hamilton, gives background.  5 pages, List 5.

CRAIG, G.N., Melbourne, 1859, for police magistrate at Portland during incumbent Blair’s absence. 3 pages, List 6.

CRAIG, G.N., Collingwood, 1859, for police magistrate, has been a Commissioner of the Peace for over 6 years; his booklet Register of Deeds and Change of Laws relating to Real Property on file, 14 pages, List 18.

CRANFORD, [CRAWFORD??] W.N., Melbourne, 1857, details government employment history, auctioneer at Castlemaine, retrenched, 10 pages, List 41.

CRAVEN, John, Prahran, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act. testimonials on file.

CRAVEN, John, Prahran, 1856, further letter re  employment under new Electoral Act.

CRAVEN, John, Town Clerk, Prahran, 1857; for Collector of electoral roll.  3 pages, List 3.

CRAVEN, Richard B., Prahran, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, gives background, 2 pages, List 16.

CRAWFORD, Francis, Fitzroy, 1860, for office of court keeper and crier of the county court, has been acting as constable there, and previously at city police court.  2 pages.

CRAWFORD, Francis, Melbourne, 1862, is in police force, for Bailiff position, 2 pages, List 30.

CRAWFORD, William, Melbourne, 1853, has worked in Scotland as a surveyor, two letters, 3 pages, List 15.

CRAWFORD, William N., McIvor Creek, for magistrate’s position, two letters, 4 pages, List 16.

CRAWFORD, William N., E. Melbourne, 1857, two letters, declines position as less than previously paid, 4 pages, List 39.

CRAWFORD, [CRANFORD??] W.N., Melbourne, 1857, details government employment history, auctioneer at Castlemaine, retrenched, 10 pages, List 41.

CREBER, P.W., Melbourne, 1857, for clerkship, reference on file, 4 pages, List 38.

CREUZE, A.W., Ballarat Times Office, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly in Sth Aust. Government service, 2 pages, List 39.

CRICHTON, Peter, Donnybrook, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

CROOK, Joseph Thomas, Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, memorial from residents on file, 5 pages, List 7.

CROOK, W.E., Gisborne, 1862, for Coroner there, 2 pages, List 28.

CROSLAND, George, Dunolly, 1859, for Coroner there, 3 pages, List 17.

CROSLAND, George, Inglewood, 1860, for Coroner there, 3 pages, List 23.

CROSS, W., Warrnambool, for employment on the railways.  Left London to join brother in law William HURST in Melbourne, but his business turned bad.  3 pages, List 34.

CROSSEN, Henry, Smythesdale, 1860, for Coroner there, 2 pages, List 21.

CRUICKSHANK, Charles Edward, Melbourne, 1857; has been informed his position in the Audit Office is to be abolished, seeks another appointment.  4 pages, List 3.

CRUICKSHANK, Charles, Melbourne, 1857, retrenched from Audit Office, gives background, son of a clergyman, has a M.A. etc., 2 pages, List 38.

CRUICKSHANK, Charles E., Sandhurst, 1862, seeks transfer to coastal position, List 30.

CRUMPE, [PUMPE?], Francis, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, held similar position in Dublin, 3 pages, List 7.

CUE, George, Kilmore, 1852, for employment, references on file.  List 28

CUMMING, Edward, Steiglitz, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 7.

CUNLIFFE, Edmund, Fryers Town, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, was acquainted with Govr. Barkly, 1 page, List 38.

CUNLIFFE, Edward, Melbourne, 1857; previously in 3rd Royal Lancashire Militia, seeks position as junior Warden on the goldfields.  2 letters, 8 pages, List 3.

CURR, Edward M., Uabba, Lachlan River, Deniliquin, 1861, for employment, father Edward, of St Helliers, was a long-time employee.  Two copies of same letter, sent to different officials.  8 pages, List 26.

CURR, Walter, 1861, for permanent position, is employed temporarily, 3 pages, List 33.

CURRAN, James, [no address] 1856, returned from Crimea, seeks government employment, was in Navy.

CURRIE, John, Ararat, 1857, for Coroner, is a doctor.  4 pages, List 39.

CURTAIN, Patrick, Melbourne, 1857, as messenger at Parliament House, is a brother of Mrs. Dwyer of Barible Hills, 2 pages, List 4.  CONNECTION FOUND

CURTAYNE, Thomas W.R., Charlton, 1860, for Coroner at Fiery Creek, 2 pages.

CURTIN, Patrick, Melbourne, 1857, for position as messenger at Parliament House, references on file; 2 letters, is a brother of Mrs. Dwyer of Mount Moriac.  6 pages  List 2. CONNECTION FOUND

CURWOOD, J.B.  Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

CUSACK, James B., Buninyong, 1857, for position of mining surveyor.  Two letters, 7 pages, List 3.

CUSWORTH, Joseph, Collingwood, 1854.  Formerly a clerk in La Trobe’s office, resigned; now seeks government employment.  9 pages.

CUTCHON, W., Melbourne, 1856, for employment as Messenger to Parliament or any other government employment.

CUTHBERT, George, Ballarat, 1858, for a clerkship; is married, with three children, has been connected with the law.  3 pages, List 5.

CUTHBERT, George J., Melbourne, 1861, gives address, 2 pages, List 22

CUTHBERT, Henry G., in Survey Dept., 1856, applies for some better appointment; as it does not become the son of a commissioned British Officer.

CUTHBERT, Kingston, Melbourne, 1853; two letters is a son of an officer in the 82nd Foot, reference on file, 3 pages, List 15.

CUTTEN, Charles Edward, Sandhurst, 1860, an attorney, seeks re-appointment, 3 pages, List 28.

CUTTEN/CUTTER, Charles Edward, Sandhurst, 1857, for employment, 1 page, List 36.

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DAER, Walter T.  Wrote from Meredith in 1899, son of the late police Sergeant of Belmont.  Gives schooling, ‘from private reverses’ seeks government employment.  2 pages, List  41.

DAILY, George Philip, Collingwood, 1857, formerly in Customs at Southampton, for employment, 2 pages, List 4.

DALY, Dennis Bowes, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 11.

DALY, James, Warden, Ballarat, 1857.  Forwards application from brother Jerome for government employment, some background given.  Three letters, 9 pages, List 3.  CONNECTION FOUND

DALY, Jerome, Ballarat 1858, for deputy sheriff Ararat, 3 pages, List 5.  CONNECTION FOUND

DANBY, Henry William, Smythes Creek, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 9.

DANIELL, John, Brighton, 1860, for employment, 4 pages, List 20.

D’ARCY, De Burgh, Melbourne, 1857, applies for re-instatement in government service, appointed sub inspector of police 1853, gives details of service, discharged when government reduced numbers. 12 pages, List 2.

DASH, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 5 pages, List 7.

DATE, F.A., Woady Yallock, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

DAVIDSON, N.M., Geelong, 1853, applies for position as surveyor, 4 pages, List 13.

DAVIDSON, William E., Melbourne, 1862.  Matthew ROBINSON of Bothwell Tasmania, a relative, writes on his behalf; he is being retrenched from the public service.  Davidson’s letter to Robinson is written both across and down the page, and difficult to read.  6 pages, List 34.

DAVIES, Arthur, Prahran, 1856, applies for employment.

DAVIES, Edmund, Melbourne, 1862, for employment, copy of references on file, one from Manchester UK in 1855, 3 pages, List 28.

DAVIES, M.N. (?), St. Kilda, 1857, grandson of Sir Anthony HART, 20 yrs, was in Essex Rifles, 3 pages, List 36

DAVISON, Thomas, Ballarat, 1858, for clerkship, has wife and two children, formerly Bailiff, 2 pages, List 34.

DAVISON, Thomas, Ballarat, 1858, for Court Keeper and Messenger, formerly Bailiff there, references on file, 5 pages, List 35.

DAWSON, Henry G., Collingwood, 1858, for employment, 2 pages, List 37.

DAY, John, Prahran, 1856, is the son of an Army officer who served in 7th Royal Fusiliers,  and in Peninsular Wars, and died in 1854 in London; he is 22, lost the use of his left arm through a paralytic stroke, seeks government employment.

DEAN, Henry Dacre, Korong, 1859, for Coroner; printed testimonials on file, 6 pages, List 9.

DEAN, Thomas, Kilmore, for Bailiff, formerly in 11th Regiment and police department, references on file and military parchment certificate, 7 pages, List 34

DE COURCY, James, Richmond, 1856, arrived Adelaide 1853, came to Victorian gold diggings, lost money, seeks employment, gives background, family in Co Cork Ireland, 43 years.  3 pages, List 40.

DEEGAN, John, Melbourne, 1862, in parliamentary stables, but services no longer required, seeks employment, 4 pages, List 27.

DELANEY, W.H., Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in government employ, but was reduced.  3 pages, List 4.

DELANY, -.  1856. Reduced from Immigration Office; George RUSDEN writes in his favour, has testimonials from ‘persons whose position and influence may be known to you, Lord Naas being one.’  2 pages, List 40.

DEMBINSKI, Le Comte Jean, Melbourne, 1856, offers his services in the Mining Dept.

DEMBINSKI, Count John, 1856, submits scheme to prevent bank forgeries.

DEMBINSKI, Count John, Melbourne, 1857, for employment in mining department, has now become naturalised. 5 pages, List 2.

DENNYS, Augustus Frederick, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

DENNYS, Augustus Frederick, Ballarat, 1857, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 4.

DESPREZ, Frederic, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

DEVINE, Lawrence, Melbourne, 1862, for messenger position, 2 pages, List 29.

DEVLIN, Bernard, Daylesford, 1880, for employment, formerly in Education Department.  4 pages, List 41.

DICKASON, John Greenwood, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 6 pages, List 7.

DIVERS (?) George R., Bendigo, 1856, a newspaper agent, seeks clerkship, 2 pages, List 4.

DIXON, Henry R., Ararat, 1857, for Clerkship, has ‘served an apprecenticeship to a Lawyer in Scotland’.  4 pages, List 36.

DIXON, Thomas H., Superintendent of Convict Establishment at Fremantle, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment; gives background.  File includes numerous references from government officials there.  18 pages. List 2.

DOBBIN, C.S., Police Court Williamstown, 1860, for promotion, 4 pages, List 24.

DOBBIN, C.S., Police Court Williamstown, 1860, for promotion, reference on file, 4 pages, List 25.

DOBSON, James, St. Kilda, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 5 pages, List 4.

DODD, Frederick William, Pleasant Creek, 1859, late Bailiff, seeks other employment, 3 pages.  Petition from residents recommending him, 4 pages.  List 10.

DONAGHY, John¸ Melbourne, 1857; appointed assistant training master at Model School, but position not renewed.  Complains of his treatment; background given.  29 pages, List 3.

DONNE, George, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

DOPPING, William, St. Kilda, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act,6 pages, List 4.

DORAN, George, Melbourne, 1858, ships’ agent and broker, for Magistrate, 3 pages, List 41.

DOVETON, F.C., Melbourne, 1860, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 25.

DOVETON, F.C., St. Kilda, 1862, four letters seeking employment, references on file, 14 pages, List 27.

DOVETON, F.C.  File covers his resignation in 1860 after investigation of his behaviour, to requests for re-examination of his case and requests for employment in 1862, 44 pages.  Also 24 page large petition from Daylesford residents in his favour.  List 30.

DOVETON, F.C., St. Kilda, 1863, for Police Magistrate at Swan Hill, has suffered ‘great privations’.  4 pages, List 35.

DOWNER, Henry, Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine.  3 pages, List 2.

DOWNEY, Redmond, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

DOWNING, Robert, Collingwood, 1856, introducing Daniel S. LEESE for government employment.  Leese’s letter has copies of references from London and various ships’ captains under whom he served as purser.

DOYLE, J.T.F. [S.T.F.?] Bacchus Marsh, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

DOYLE, James, Melbourne, 1861, for employment in railways; was for 20 years in the Irish constabulary, mostly in Co. Roscommon.  2 pages, List 33.

DOYLE, John J., Melbourne, 1857, for employment; applied before but not appointed, 3 pages, List 4.

DOYLE, S.T.F., [J.T.F.?] Melbourne, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 40.

DOYLE, Thomas, Geelong, 1853, newly arrived from England, 39 years, has taught surveying, 2 pages, List 15.

DRUMMOND, William, Melbourne, 1857, was assistant commissioner of the gold fields at Avoca, but position abolished in 1855. Went to England, now returned and seeks reappointment in government service.   12 pages, List 2.

DRY, Richard, Lexton, 1856, requests assistance to enable him to practice as a conveyancer.

DRY, Richard, Temple Court, Melbourne, 1857, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 36

DRY, Richard, Sandhurst, 1859, is a relation of Sir Richard Dry of Tasmania, has a legal background, married, seeks assistance, 4 pages, List 17.

DUDGEON, T.V. Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House.

DUDGEON, T.V., Melbourne, 1856,  renews application for employment.

DUGGAN, James, Melbourne,1856, for employment as messenger at Parliament House.

DUKE, Laurence P., Melbourne, 1853, Irish, is an engineer, 2 pages, List 15.

DUKES, Major Charles, Prahran, 1860, for Magistrate’s position.  3 pages, List 21.

DUMAS, A.G., Sydney, 1854.  Two letters re his appointment in civil service in Victoria.  4 pages, List 3.

DUNN, George, Collingwood, 1859, is in government service, wants another position, claims relationship to Richard Ireland, 3 pages, List 22.

DUNNE, Joseph, Melbourne 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, has been dispenser at various goldfields; encloses testimonial from F. Knox Orme, Avoca.  5 pages, List 2.

DUNNE, William H., 1860, Bacchus Marsh, reference on file, 4 pages, List 28.

DURHAM, Joseph Banks, Melbourne, 1858, father was private secretary to Sir Joseph Banks, gives background, 3 pages, List 35.

DURHAM, R.G., South Yarra, 1857, is an old colonist, seeks government employment.  3 pages, List 3.

DURHAM, Robert, Heidelberg, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 4.

DWYER, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

DWYER, John, Melbourne, 1857, seeks government employment, no personal details given.  4 pages, List 2.

DWYER, John, East Collingwood, 1862, for promotion, two letters, 5 pages, List 30.

DWYER, Peter, Geelong, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, gives employment background, 3 pages, List 8.

DYER, A. St. John.  Williamstown, 1857.  For appointment of Ship Keeper on board one of the Hulks. 3 pages.

EADES, Henry, Melbourne, 1860, for crier and court keeper at County Court, 3 pages.

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EADES, Henry, Melbourne, 1860, seeks re-instatement as messenger, 2 pages, List 23.

EADES, N. George, East Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly a clerk of works in Colonial Architect’s office, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

EADES, Richard, Melbourne, 1857, for city Coroner, 3 pages, List 39.

EARDLEY WILMOT, Charles, Sorell, VDL, 1854, for assistant colonial secretary.  5 pages.

EARL, Francis John, Melbourne, 1857, for messenger, 2 pages, List 39.

EARLE, Francis John, Melbourne, 1857, seeks government employment.  4 pages, List 2.

EARLE, James, Kyneton, 1859, for government employment, holds Londonderry testimonials, 3 pages, List 6.

EARLE, James, Melbourne, 1859, for position as porter, 3 pages, List 9.

EARLS, Thomas, St. Kilda, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 29.

EASTWOOD, H.S., Belfast (Port Fairy) 1860, for Bailiff, reference on file, 3 pages, another letter, 2 pages, List 24.

EASTWOOD, H.S., Port Fairy, 1860, for Bailiff, ref on file, 4 pages, List 25.

EASTWOOD, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, for position in Agricultural Dept.  2 pages, List 3.

EDDINGTON, H. Graham, Caramut, 1860, for position as a J.P., 2 pages, List 20.

EDKINS, Charles, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

EDWARDS, Joseph, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, resident nearly four years, 4 pages, List 4.

EDWARD, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, memorial from local residents in support, 4 pages, List 4.

EDWARDS, Frederick A., Municipal offices, Maryborough, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, Daylesford, 3 pages, List 5.

EDWARDS, James F., Black Forest, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 19.

EDWARDS, Thomas, Melbourne, 1860, he is Supreme Court Librarian, seeks position for brother in law (un-named), 2 pages, List 21

EGAN, James, Majors Line Station, 1861, for appointment as Commissioner of Peace, 3 pages, List 26.

EGAN, Stephen, Pentridge, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, long resident, 3 pages, List 7.

EGAN, Stephen, Pentridge, 1857; an old resident in district, seeks position as Electoral Registrar.  3 pages, List 3.

EICKE, F.W., Melbourne, 1856, for employment in public service, formerly clerk to the Bench at Colac, now an auctioneer.

EKINS, H.C.W., Castlemaine, 1861, for promotion, 4 pages, List 28.

ELDERTON, Charles Miles, Melbourne, 1857, recommendation from his father Charles on file, his mother is the daughter of Captain Prescott, killed at the battle of Salamanca, verifying letters on file, 15 pages, List 4.

ELKINGTON, John , Geelong 1855 and Melbourne 1856, 7 yrs in colony chiefly at Geelong in business, has a wife and 9 children.  8 pages.  CONNECTION FOUND

ELKINGTON, John, Collingwood, 1856, for clerk in one of the Legislative Houses;  arrived over 7yrs ago, engaged in business pursuits, but not a successful colonist.  Married with a family of nine children, has chiefly lived in Geelong and Queenscliffe.

ELKINGTON, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

ELKINGTON, John, Collingwood, 1856, for clerkship, 3 pages, List 40.

ELKINGTON, John, Collingwood, 1857, for appointment as census enumerator at South Grant.  4 pages,  List 2.

ELLIOTT, William.  Melbourne, 1857, seeks re-employment, services dispensed with in 1854.  Formerly in India, left Madras for benefit of health in 1852.  3 pages

ELLIS, -.  Petition from two clergymen at South Yarra and Prahran in his favour, he has been a solicitor for nearly fifty years, has been ill and unable to work, now destitute, they seek government employment for him, 2 pages, List 18.

ELLIS, Edward Davies, Dandenong, 1860, for a  clerkship, 3 pages, List 20.

ELLIS, Frederick, Melbourne, 1862, for Warden’s Office at Sandhurst, 3 pages, List 32.

ELLIS, Maurice, Melbourne, 1857, for government employment, brother is now chief clerk in sheriff’s office.  2 pages,  List 2.

ELLISS, John M., Dandenong, for Bailiff there, reference on file, 3 pages, List 29.

EMERSON, John, Melbourne, 1856, wants employment, reminds department they have his testimonials, 1 page, List 40.

EMERSON, John J., South Melbourne, 1856, solicitor in Ireland, for employment, two letters, List 40.

EPSTEIN, Baruch Leon, Melbourne, 1858, for employment in railways, 3 pages, List 15.

ESCOTT, W.P., Melbourne, 1856, for clerkship, 3 pages. List 2.

EVANS, M? Hornby, Melbourne, 1857, for a clerkship, 3 pages, List 36.

EVANS, Thomas Hornby, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Fitzroy, held same position ‘at home’.  3 pages, List 5.

EVANS, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

EVERSHED, H., Melbourne, surveyor, gives background, 2 pages, List 15.

EWING, Samuel, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

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FAIRS, William, Pleasant Creek, 1859, for Bailiff there, recommended by Judge Clarke, 4 pages, List 18.

FALLON, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, formerly in police force, injured, 37 years in public service, asks employment as messenger Parliament House.

FARANGE, H., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

FARANGE, H., Campbellfield, 1857, is acquainted with road making.  2 pages,  List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND

FARLEY, John Henry, 1860, seeks re-employment, references on file, 8 pages, List 19.

FARLEY, John Henry, South Yarra, 1860, further letter re employment, 2 pages, List 19.

FARQUHARSON, H.H., Melbourne, 1858, for employment for his son Arthur, 2 pages, List 37.

FARRELL, Daniel, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

FARRER, James S., Buninyong, 1860, for re-instatement in public service, 5 pages, List 19.

FAWSSETT, Leonard, Beechworth, 1857; is clerk in police office there, seeks another appointment.  Reference from Robert O’Hara Burke on file.  6 pages, List 3.

FAYRER, Joseph, Melbourne, many years in government employment in England, copies of letters re his employment there, 12 pages, List 38.

FEINAIGLE, Charles Gregory, South Yarra, 1859, his current government position is to be abolished, seeks another, 5 pages, List 6.

FEINAIGLE, Charles Gregory, South Yarra, 1859, is being retrenched, seeks another position, 3 pages, List 6.

FEINAIGLE, Charles Gregory, South Yarra, 1859, formerly in government, 2 pages, List 8.

FEINAGLE, Charles Gregory, Melbourne, 1859, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 19.

FENWICK, R. Wyndham, Melbourne, 1859, for Coroner of Ovens District, has been a Coroner in Tasmania, reference on file, 4 pages, List 10.

FERRIS, John, Melbourne, 1851, for Inspector of Denominational Schools, was appointed schoolmaster on board the government emigration ship Statesman, recently arrived.

FIELD, John, formerly of Albury, carpenter, recommended for police force in 1887 by J.W. MacKAY, Selbourne Chambers, Melbourne.  4 pages, List 42.

FIGGES, J.A., Richmond, 1858, for appointment, 4 pages, List 40.

FILES, John, Collingwood, 1860, for messenger, holds public service position, but being discharged.  2 pages, List 19.

FINDLAY, John, Melbourne Club, 1859, M.D., for police magistrate at Portland during incumbent Blair’s absence, 4 pages, List 6.

FINN, P.J., Inglewood, 1861, for Crown Prosecutor, 2 pages, List 22

FINNIS, William, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

FISHER, David, Roslyn, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act for Mount Moriac, 3 pages, List 7.

FISHER, John, Melbourne, 1856, clerk, police pay office, reduced, seeks another appointment, 3 yrs there.  4 pages.

FISHER, Marmaduke W., Warrnambool, 1856, for post master at Belfast, conducts national school there, broke his leg recently, needs ‘quieter kind of employment’ for leg to heal.  3 pages. List 2.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Nth. Melbourne, 1856, for Bailiff, 5 pages, List 37.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Nth. Melbourne, 1856, for employment, gives family connections, has lost money, has a wife and daughter to support, paper torn in middle.  3 pages, List 40.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Dunolly, 1858, for Bailiff at Castlemaine, 2 pages, List 35.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Melbourne, 1857, for Assistant Inspector, 1 page, List 39.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Melbourne, 1858, for Bailiff, 3 pages, List 37.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Dunolly, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 9.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Dunolly, 1859, for Bailiff position, 2 pages, List 10.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Dunolly, 1860, for Inspector of Distilleries, 3 pages, List 19.

FITZMAURICE, Lewis, Dunolly, 1860, is Bailiff there, but salary is insufficient, seeks increase.  3 pages, List 21.

FITZPATRICK, David, Ballarat, 1857, J.P., for a Stipendiary Magistrate, 3 pages, List 39.

FITZPATRICK, F., Dromana, 862, for Bailiff, 2 pages, List 34.

FITZPATRICK, P.C., Ballarat, 1857; for district mining surveyor.  2 pages, List 3.

FLANNERY, Owen, Geelong, 1858, for employment, 2 pages, List 40.

FLETCHER, Henry, Collingwood, 1856, for copying clerk, 2 pages, List 40.

FLETCHER, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

FLETCHER, John P., North Melbourne, 1857, can produce testimonials.  3 pages,  List 2.

FLETCHER, John P., Melbourne, 1856, formerly in government employ in Scotland, uncle is an officer in 65th Regiment in New Zealand.  3 pages, List 2.

FLETCHER, Peter P., Melbourne, 1856, for appointment in public service.

FLINT, Frederick Linsey, Melbourne, for re-appointment as valuator, 1891; references on file, 17 pages, List 42.

FLOOD, J. Charles, Fitzroy, 1862, formerly in British army, for employment, 3 pages, List 29.

FOGARTY, Patrick Strachan, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 6 pages, List 7.

FOLEY, Herbert, Melbourne, 1856, for position as collector of the electoral rolls.  3 pages,  List 2.

FOLEY, James, Melbourne, 1857, for employment in the public service, was formerly in the service for 11 years, reluctantly resigned in 1855 to accompany brother to New Zealand.  3 pages,  List 2.

FORBES, David, Sydney, 1857, for Inspector General of Penal Establishments; is police magistrate there.  8 pages, List 3.

FORBES, J. Augustus, Melbourne, 1857, submits a claim for compensation for losing his clerkship.  3 pages,. List 2.

FORBES, J. Aug.  Melbourne, 1857, for Powder Magazine Keeper at Castlemaine. 2 pages.

FORBES, J. Augustus, Melbourne, 1857, for re-employment, reference on file, 14 pages, List 36.

FORBES, J. Aug.  Swan Hill, 1860, for promotion, gives employment history, 6 pages, List 25.

FORBES, Robert, Hawthorn, 1858.  Formerly in Irish Constabulary, superannuated out, has a wife and six children, 2 pages, List 6.

FORBES, T.J., Melbourne, for chief clerk law offices, seven years manager of Deeds Branch, 3 pages, List 5.

FORBES, Thomas John, 1856, in Chief Sec’s office, for promotion, 2 pages, List 40.

FORREST, Montray [?] Melbourne, 1858, has been employed in Census Department, seeks another position, reference on file, 4 pages, List 14.

FORREST, Robert, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, has done similar work interstate, 2 pages, List 7.

FORSTER, C., Melbourne, 1856.  Appointed gaoler at Beechworth, he declined taking up position because of the conditions.  Asks another position.  Arrived in colony about 2 yrs previously, had been employed in British civil service, joined mounted police, wounded at Eureka etc.  Series of letters.

FORSTER, Charles, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in police force, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

FOSTER, C., Keeper of H.M. Gaol Ballarat, 1858; for appointment as deputy sheriff, 2 pages, List 5.

FOSTER, George, Taradale, 1859, for Bailiff, petition from residents in support on file, 10 pages, List 18.

FOTHERINGHAM, B.J., Geelong, 1857, for a clerkship; is the son of an army officer.  4 pages, List 3.

FOTHERINGHAM, R.J., Melbourne, 1858, son of a Colonel in the British Army, 3 pages, List 41.

FOULKE, C.D., Melbourne, 1860, for employment, 2 pages, List 28.

FOX, James, Melbourne, 1859, for employment, 4 pages, List 8.

FOX, Thomas, Bombala, NSW, 1861, is Clerk of Petty Sessions there, seeks appointment as Police Magistrate for border district, 6 pages, List 26.  CONNECTION FOUND

FOX, William Henry, Castlemaine, 1856, for collector of electoral lists for Castlemaine district.  Second letter details his actions and asks for same position following year. 4 pages, List 2.

FRAMPTON, Charles, Amherst, 1857; for Chinese Interpreter, has acted in that capacity before.  Unflattering comment on file.  12 pages, 1857.  CONNECTION FOUND

FRANKS, J.E.F., Collingwood, 1856, for employment in Houses  of Parliament or elsewhere, has been a Tide Waiter in Customs Dept, but discharged due to reductions in the department.

FRANKS, J.E.F., [no address] 1856, previously applied for employment as messenger at Parliament House, asks if he has been successful.

FRANKS, J.E.F., Melbourne, 1857, is temporary messenger at Parliament House, but salary is ‘totally inadequate’, has a wife and three children, seeks permanent employment elsewhere.  2 pages,  List 2.

FRASER, Alexander, Smythes Creek, 1857, for a clerkship, is a Scottish Writer or Attorney, university educated, son of Hugh of Co. Haddington, gives detailed account of his involvement in Eureka.  5 pages, List 3.

FRASER, Hugh, Castlemaine, 1853, has worked on railways in Scotland and England, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

FRASER, James S.M., Ballarat, 1857; for Warden on the goldfields, is a nephew of Major General Sir Alexander Woodford.  6 pages, List 3.

FRAZER, John P., Richmond, 1856, for employment as messenger at Parliament House, second letter requests return of testimonials.

FRENCHAM, William, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

FRICKER, G.C., Collingwood, 1857.  Letter addressed to T.T. a’Beckett, begging for employment for sake of wife and child, formerly in his employ, 6 pages, List 36

FRICKER, G.C., Ararat, 1859; Judge Langton Clarke recommends him for Crier there, 4 pages, List 18.

FRIEND, F.R., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

FRIZZELL, John, Williamstown, 1860, for employment, copy of reference on file, 3 pages.  Another letter on same subject, 2 pages,  List 19.

FRYER, Alfred, North Melbourne, 1858, for messenger at the Supreme Court, was clerk to a London barrister, 2 pages, List 37.

FURNISS, Thomas, Collingwood, 1857, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 38.

FURNISS, Thomas, Fitzroy, 1862, formerly in service, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 28

FYNMORE, James A., Melbourne, 1862, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 26.

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GAITSKELL, W., Melbourne, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

GALBRAITH, Hugh, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, for Kilmore district, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

GALBRAITH, James, Cathcart, for Coroner at Pleasant Creek, 2 pages, List 21.

GALBRAITH, James, Ararat, 1862, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 27.

GALE, E.B., Collingwood, 1857, as messenger at Parliament House, reference from Alfred ROSS on file.  4 pages,  List 2.

GALLAGHER, J., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, has served in Customs Department, 3 pages, List 4.

GALLWEY, Morgan, Melbourne, 1862, two letters and reference, 10 pages, List 28.

GALLWEY, Morgan, Melbourne, 1862, resigned as Bailiff, seeks another position, three letters, 10 pages, List 34.

GANE, James, Beechworth, 1859, for Coroner there, 3 pages, List 18.  CONNECTION FOUND

GARDINER, Wilton, Prahran, 1853, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 15.

GARDNER, Henry, Emerald hill, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, names referees, 2 pages, List 40.

GARRATT, Thomas, Castlemaine, 1856, for assistant Bailiff, father was bailiff to Sheriffs of London and Middlesex, 1 page, List 40.

GASKILL, Lacy, Heathcote, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 6.

GASKILL, Lacy, Tarnagulla, 1860, for employment, has been employed in a lawyer’s office, reference on file, 3 pages, List 25.

GASQUOINE, Samuel, Maryborough, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 26.

GATES, Charles Samuel, Carlton, 1861, Irish, for employment, 3 pages, List 31.

GAUNT, James R., Melbourne, 1852, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 13

GAUNT, John M., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act for his brother James of Ballarat.  4 pages, List 4.

GAUNT, William H., Indigo, 1858, is Warden and Police Magistrate there.  Requests to be transferred to staff of department as injured in accident, 4 pages, List 5.

GAUNT, William H., Chiltern, 1862, for Police Magistrate at Williamstown, 3 pages, List 32.

GEORGE, Joseph, Brunswick, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 36.

GIBBONS, William Sydney, Melbourne, 1854, for curator of the new public library.  2 pages.

GIBBONS, William Sydney, Melbourne, 1856, for Curator of the Public Library, 2 pages, List 40.

GIBBONS, William Sydney, Melbourne, 1858, for analyst position, two letters, reference on file, 6 pages; further letter, 3 pages, List 37.

GIBBONS, William Sydney, Melbourne, 1859, for chemical analyst position, was assistant to late Dr. Maund, copy of reference on file; identical letter further on, 4 pages each, List 22.

GIBBS, Robert, Castlemaine, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

GIBSON, Edward, Geelong, 1854.  Encloses copies of numerous references from insurance companies in England; has been disappointed ‘in the success of the Undertaking which induced me to leave England’.  28 pages.

GIBSON, John L.D., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Crowlands, 2 pages, List 8.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, family from Dublin, copies of references on file, 15 pages, List 18.

GIBTON, Robert, A.B., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages; another letter, 2 pages, List 19.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1860, for a permanent position, 2 pages, List 20.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1861, for any vacancy, two letters and reference on file, 4 pages, List 31.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 27.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, several letters re promotion, 10 pages, List 28.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, two letters re employment, 5 pages, List 29.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, series of letters re employment, 13 pages, List 29.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1862, for permanent employment, employed temporarily, 2 pages, List 30.

GIBTON, Robert, Melbourne, 1863, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Sale; reference on file.  4 pages, List 35.

GILBERT, William B., Melbourne, 1856, for Police Court position, arrived 1850, gives employment background, 3 pages, List 40.

GILBERT, William B., Melbourne, 1856, application for shorthand writer for Parliament House, refers to previous letter.

GILBERT, William B., Argus Office, Melbourne, 1857, for position in shorthand writers department; is parliamentary reporter, spent five years in South Australia, details activities there.  Two letters and confidential comment.  10 pages, List 2.

GILBERT, William B., Argus Office, Melbourne, 1857; for position as assistant librarian, 3 pages, List 3.

GILL, Henry, Belmont, 1862, for a clerkship, formerly in government employment, 3 pages, List 26.  Another letter, 2 pages, List 26.

GILLIGAN, Bernard, 1856, for employment as night watchman or door keeper at Parliament House, testimonial on file.

GINGELL, F., Castlemaine, 1862, two letters seeking employment, 5 pages, List 29.

GINN, Thomas L., South Melbourne, 1856, for appointment in public service, List 1.

GINN, Thomas L., South Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 8 pages, List 7.

GLASER DE ST. WILLEBRORD, E., Sydney, 1857, for Chinese Protector for Owens District, letter in French and English.  3 pages,  List 2.

GLASSFORD, Matthew, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 7 pages, List 7.

GLAYSTEIN, Tilman W.  Nth Melbourne, 1855, architect, surveyor and artist, German, speaks several languages. 2 pages.

GLAZEBROOK, Thomas,  Nth Melbourne, 1857.  Is out of employment, has a large and helpless family to support. 3 pages.

GLEESON, Daniel, Melbourne, 1858, for messenger position, 2 pages, List 14.

GLEN, James, Colac, 1857, is Inspector of National Schools, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 4 pages, List 36

GLENNON, James, Melbourne, 1860, for employment, reference on file, 4 pages, List 19.

GLOVER, John Sneyd, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

GODFREY, Frederick R., Mount Ridley, 1859, for magistrate’s position, has been twelve years in the colony, 2 pages, List 6.

GODFREY, Maurice, Taradale, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, 1 page, List 36

GODFREY, Maurice, Taradale, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 39.

GOLDIE, James J., Port Albert, 1859, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 22.

GOLDIE, William, St. Kilda, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 4 pages, List 7.

GOODBURN, George, Emerald Hill, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 4.

GOODE, Joseph, Melbourne, 1851, for messenger in Colonial Secretary’s dept., is a compositor, unemployed, 27yrs, married, reference from Wm. FORD overseer of Daily News attached.

GOODE, Joseph, Melbourne, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 33.

GOODE, Joseph, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, gives background, 3 pages, List 29.

GOODE, S., Buninyong, 1862, for employment, is Town Clerk, 2 pages, List 29.

GOODLAD, Joseph, South Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 4.

GOODMAN, John, Benalla, 1857; writes reference for Mr. WORSLEY, Crown Lands Bailiff, whose position is being abolished.  4 pages, List 3.

GOODRICH, Edward, North Melbourne, 1859; for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 6.

GODRICH, Edward, North Melbourne, 1858, has served in Audit office, two letters, 2 pages, List 41.

GOODSIR, Thomas, Williamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is in Customs service, 4 pages, List 4.  CONNECTION FOUND

GOODWIN, Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, late auctioneer, land agent and valuator, references on file, 4 pages, List 4.

GORDON, John H., 1854.  Arrived in 1851, appointed to police force, patrolled Castlemaine goldfields.  Refused to obey drunken superior, dismissed, demands investigation; testimonials on file.  3 pages, List 40.

GORDON, Samuel, Collingwood, 1856, offers to undertake management of Board of Enquiry into Penal Dept.

GORDON, Samuel, Collingwood, 1856, seeks employment, memorandum re his difficulties.

GORDON, Samuel, Melbourne, 1856.   For employment under new Electoral Act.

GORDON, Samuel. 1856, offers his services as agent to proceed to England to negotiate mail arrangements.

GORDON, Samuel, Buninyong, 1856, for employment, 2 pages, List 40.

GORDON, Samuel, Buninyong, 1857, for Inspector of Schools, has been conducting a school there, details difficulties with some residents. Two letters, 8 pages, List 3.

GORDON, Samuel, Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 7 pages, List 4.

GORDON, Samuel, Melbourne, 1857, for employment, ‘an impertinent letter’ noted on file.  10 pages, List 4.

GORDON, Samuel, Buninyong, 1857, for employment, 4 letters, 11 pages, List 36.

GORMAN, Michael, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House,

GOSLETT, Charles Acton, St. Kilda, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 33.

GOSLETT, Joseph, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference from brother gives background, 3 pages, List 7.

GOSLING, Thomas, Castlemaine, 1854, for Town Inspector there.  3 pages.

GOSLING, Thomas, Castlemaine, 1859, for employment, 2 pages, List 8.

GOSLING, Thomas, Castlemaine, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Newstead, 2 pages, List 33.

GOUGH, Alfred Morris, 1851, Melbourne, for appointment as Usher to Legislative Council; petition in support signed by prominent citizens.

GOULDING, R., Emerald Hill, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in NSW government employment, 2 pages, List 4.

GOULDING, Richard, Emerald Hill, formerly in government service, resigned due to ill health, seeks re-employment.  3 pages. List 2.

GOVETT, Edward, Hamilton, 1858, for coroner there, reference on file, 4 pages, List 5.

GOY, Robert, Brunswick, 1857, was medical dispenser at Pentridge Stockade, resigned, now seeks another position.  Two letters, 5 pages, List 3.

GRACE, William, Kilmore, 1857, for employment, over 20 years in the colony, 2 pages, List 36.

GRAHAM, M.H.  Melbourne, 1856, recently arrived, 26 yrs, son of an English clergyman, liberal education, speaks several languages, an accountant and bookkeeper.  3 pages.

GRAHAM, Montgomery H., Fryers Town, 1858, was in Marine Artillery in England, ten years on the goldfields, 3 pages, List 37.

GRAHAM, Philpot Curran, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 3 letters, 7 pages, List 29.

GRANT, Charles James, Sandy Creek, 1859, for Police Magistracy, 2 pages, List 9.

GRANATA, G.B., St. Kilda, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, naturalized Italian, has lived in England for eighteen years, 2 pages, List 4.

GRATTAN, -.  1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 2 pages, List 4.

GRAY, Josiah P., Dunolly, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, is a reporter on the local paper, 3 pages, List 12.

GRAY, Josiah P., Dunolly, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 4 pages, List 18.

GRAY, Loftus Stevens, Maryborough, 1856, for employment in connection with the census.

GRAY, Loftus Stevens, Maryborough, 1857, has been four years in the colony, is a graduate of Oxford University, 7 pages, List 4.  CONNECTION FOUND

GRAY, Loftus Stevens, Melbourne, 1857, for Warden on the goldfields, 3 pages, List 38.

GREATHEAD, Joseph, Collingwood, 1856, applies for employment on behalf of a deserving old soldier, William GRANT.

GREEN, William, Richmond, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, formerly had a large store, but depression in business meant he lost it, has a large family.3 pages, List 2.

GREENE, E.C., Brighton, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act, encloses testimonials.

GREENE, E.P., Toohy Vale, Brighton, 1857, has been in colony since 1841, is naturalized, seeks a government appointment.  2 pages, List 2.

GREENE, Octavius Henry, Brighton, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, father’s letter on file, 3 pages, List 7.

GREENWAY, Francis, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 2 pages, List 7.

GREENWELL, John, Melbourne, 1853, is an engineer/surveyor, 3 pages, List 15.

GREIVE, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 2 pages, List 38.

GREIG, James, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, one from Scotland, 6 pages, List 4.

GRENNAN, James, Melbourne, 1857; late Sergt 88th Regiment, serviced in Crimea, holds several medals, seeks government employment.  3 pages, List 3.

GREVILLE, Henry, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, encloses testimonial.

GRIFFITH, John, Richmond, Tasmania, 1859; for employment, is in government employment there, 3 pages, List 22.

GRIFFITHS, James, W. Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 37.

GRIFFITHS, William, Smythes Creek, 1858, for Coroner, native of England, M.D., 5 pages, List 37.

GRIMALDI, Stacey Beaufort, Melbourne, 1860, seeks employment, has been at the diggings.  4 pages, List 21.  CONNECTION FOUND.

GRIMES, Henry, Melbourne, 1853, gives background, is a surveyor, 3 pages, List 15.

GROVER, William A., Melbourne, 1855, printed details regarding his removal from G.P.O., seeks re-employment, 5 pages, List 40.

GRUBB, Charles, Pentridge, 1856, late quarter master sergeant 64th Regiment, for position as messenger or door keeper at Parliament House; arrived VDL 1844, gives employment history.

GRUNDY, Thomas, Newstead, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 32.

GRYLLS, G.W. Frederick, Brunswick, 1856, for government employment; is a solicitor; references on file.

GUNNING, Alex A.  Collingwood, 1857.  Has been long unemployed, seeks government employment.  2 pages.

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HACKETT, William A. Blakney, Heidelberg, 1859, for employment, testimonials on file, 7 pages, List 8.

HADDEN, Woolsey, St. Kilda, 1862; a recent arrival he seeks employment, and enclosed a reference from Robert Bennett, mayor of Melbourne, 3 pages, List 34.

HALE, Mark, 1858, Post Office, Belvoir, for Clerk of Petty Sessions [almost undecipherable writing] 4 pages, List 41.

HALE, Mark Wentworth, Belvoir, 1857; is postmaster there, seeks another position.  3 pages, List 3.

HALL, Charles H., Melbourne, 1858.  A Captain in the 40th regiment, seeks appointment as Police Magistrate, 3 pages, List 6.

HALL, George, Melbourne, was schoolmaster on the Lady Kennaway, 3 pages, List 15.

HALL, W.B., Collingwood, 1858, has worked in Census Office; copies of references on file, including one from Jamaica, 6 pages, List 14.

HALL, W.H., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly an overseer in England, references on file, 7 pages, List 7.

HALPIN, James, Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 4 pages, List 38.

HAMILTON, Edward L., Flemington, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, writes from C/E School, Raleigh’s Punt; copy of 1852 reference from Danish Consul in Dublin on file, 4 pages, List 40.

HAMMOND, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, recently arrived, an analytical chemist, 2 pages, List 4.

HANCOCK, Alfred, Collingwood, 1857, a French polisher, has sent for his wife to join him and she is on her way, but he is now out of work, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 40.

HANNAY, James, North Melbourne, 1862, has been unemployed for months, seeks work, 4 pages, List 27.

HARDESS, Charles P., Melbourne, 1862.  Appointed  messenger at the Supreme Court Registry Office in 1852, he protests his dismissal in 1861.  5 pages, List 3.

HARDESS, George, Melbourne1856, for employment as Reader in Legislative Council.

HARDING, Henry, Hobart, 1858, for a clerkship, has been in Tasmanian public service, 1 page, List 14.

HARDING, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, applies for appointment as messenger at Parliament House.

HARDWICK, John K., Melbourne, 1856, previously applied for position in W. Haines’s household, now seeks any government position, 3 pages, List 4.

HARDY, Robert, Port Albert, 1858, for Bailiff, reference on file, 6 pages, List 41.

HARDY, William, 1860, formerly in Engineer in Chief’s Dept of Railways, but after reductions was put off; was a magistrate in NSW and for some years a Commissioner of Crown Lands, 2 yrs in this office, three testimonials enclosed.  7 pages.

HARE, Robert, North Melbourne, 1856, formerly in civil commissariat department, gives details as to background in British army in Africa and Tasmania, 7 pages. List 2.

HARGREAVES, Harry, Sandy Creek, 1859, for Coroner, petition in support from from locals on file, 5 pages, List 17.

HARKIN, Patrick, 1859.  Petition from Melbourne merchants re his good character, 1 page (damaged) List 12.

HARKNIE, Patrick, Collingwood, 1859, for employment, 2 pages, List 8.

HARKINSON, John.  Prahran, 1857.  Petition seeking financial aid; was employed at Yarra Bend Asylum and injured in accident in 1854; background of case given.  8 pages, List 3.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Smythes Creek, 1857.  For employment as Petty Sessions Clerk there. 3 pages.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Smythes Creek, Ballarat, 1857, for clerk of petty sessions there.  4 pages. List 2.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Smythes Creek, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 39.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Smythes Creek, 1858, school numbers dwindling reducing his income, for other employment, 3 pages, List 37.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Warrenheip, 1859, renews application for employment, 7 pages, List 10.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Warrenheip, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 31.

HARRINGTON, Joseph, Warrenheip, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 29.

HARRINGTON, Mary, Castlemaine, 1857, asks her husband’s transfer to another government position, in Melbourne, because of the effect on her health.  4 pages, List 2.

HARRIS, George S.D., Gisborne, 1861, for Coroner’s position, gives qualifications, 4 pages, List 28

HARRIS, Henry, Ballarat, 1857, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, for Assistant Protector of Chinese.  2 pages, List 3.

HARRISON, Edmund, Sandhurst, 1857, for employment, an old resident ‘has taken an active part in political movements there’.  2 pages, List 36

HARRISON, George, Melbourne, 1854.  Lieut. Royal Navy, for appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  Gives employment background.  8 pages, List 3.  CONNECTION FOUND

HARRISON, John, Collingwood, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine ; lost right hand through an accident some years ago, writes with left hand.3 pages, List 2.

HARRISON, Richard, Collingwood, 1856, for position of messenger at Parliament House, has a large family, formerly over 21 yrs in H.M. service. 3 pages,  List 2.

HARRISON, Richard, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger to Equity Court, is assistant messenger Crown Law offices.  2 pages.

HARRISON, Richard, 1860, for messenger to Equity Court, reason for rejection given.  2 pages.

HARRISON, Richard, Fitzroy, 1860, for messenger, has been in Customs Dept., 2 pages, List 23.

HARRISON, Richard, Melbourne, 1861 is an assistant messenger, for another position, 2 pages, List 26.

HARRISON, William, Wangaratta, 1859, for Bailiff there, reference on file, 5 pages, List 10.

HARRISON, William, Wangaratta, 1860.  Is Bailiff there, but fees are minimal, so seeks increase in salary, 3 pages, List 21.

HART, George William, Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, currently employed by Mr. Pitman, testimonial enclosed.  4 pages,  List 2.

HARTWELL, George, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, works for Corporation of Melbourne, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

HARVEY, Mathew, Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, has been 3 yrs in local police force, 3 pages, List 2.

HARVEY, Robert M., Melbourne, 1852, is a draftsman, encloses sketch, 3 pages, List 13

HARVEY, Robert M., Buninyong, 1857; for surveyor there, qualified in Scotland.  3 pages, List 3.

HARVEY, Thomas Egerton, Brighton, 1856, formerly in government service, seeks re-employment as collector of electoral rolls, 3 pages, List 4.

HARVEY, Thomas Egerton, Ballarat, 1856, offers his services as collector of the census.

HASLEHAM, Frank Arthur, Ballarat, 1856, for clerk of the bench at Buninyong, 3 pages. List 2

HASLEHAM, Frank, Ballarat, 1857, for re-employment, two letters, 4 pages, List 39.

HAVERFIELD, R.R., Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there.  5 pages, List 2.

HAWKINS, HENRY.  Bendigo, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, forwarded by J. Panton.  3 pages.

HAY, Mr. Letter in support from Edward W…, L’ton; Hay arrived as professor of agriculture, ‘has been scandalously used’.  3 pages, List 2.

HAY, Thomas, Melbourne, recently arrived, an engineer, has 25 years experience, 3 pages, List 13.

HAY, William, South Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is a land owner, 2 pages, List 7.

HAYDEN, Henry, Richmond, 1854, has a large family dependent on him, is an old colonist, seeks government employment.  2 pages.

HAYDEN, Henry, Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, held similar position elsewhere, reference on file, 3 pages, List 36.

HAYDEN, Henry, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Buninyong, 3 pages, List 8.

HAYDEN, Henry, Melbourne, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 9.

HAYDEN, Margaret, Prahran; has previously applied for housekeeper at Parliament House, has not heard decision, which is given.  3 pages, List 2.

HAYDEN, Margaret Lucy, Prahran, 1856, married, four children, for housekeeper in Parliament House.

HAYDN, Frederic Edward, Nth Melbourne, 1856, for Bailiff of County Court, 1 page, List 40.

HAYES, Frederick M., Melbourne, 1858, has just arrived from England, formerly employed at Manchester, 1 page, List 14.

HAYES, John C., Kilmore, 1862.  Details his background, from teaching in Sligo, working for the Poor Law Commissioners in Dublin, and arrival and work in Western Australia; references from Irish and W.A. people on file, including Gov. Kennedy.  14 pages, List 34.

HAYES, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, for employment as door keeper at Parliament House. Brother is Rev. James B. Hayes, Dean of Geelong.

HAYES, Thomas, Melbourne,1856, for employment under Electoral Act; has been a census taker in Europe and America, 2 pages, List 4.

HAYES, Thomas, Melbourne, 1857, formerly messenger in Council Chambers, dismissed, seeks re-instatement, 5 pages, List 4.

HAYES, Timothy, Ballarat, 1857, for employment there ‘has abstained from all public and political affairs after the eventful period of 1854’.  4 pages, List 36.

HAYNES, George, Richmond, 1854, for government employment, 2 letters.  6 pages.

HAYNES, Michael, Raglan, 1856, barrister, for employment, 1 page, List 40.

HAYNES, Michael, Raglan, 1857, for Judge of Court of Mines, 1 page, List 38.

HAYNES, M., Ararat 1858, a barrister, for deputy sheriff’s position, 2 pages, List 5.

HAYNES, M., Ararat, 1859, two more letters for deputy sheriff’s position, 6 pages, List 6.

HAYNES, M., Ararat, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 24.

HAYS, Thomas, Hawthorn, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, for Dundas area, long time resident, 2 pages, List 7.

HAYWARD, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, is local rate collector, 4 pages, List 4.

HEALES, Richard, Melbourne, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act, encloses testimonials.

HEALEY, Peter, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, 2 pages, List 19.

HEALY, Peter, Melbourne, 1856, for re-employment in public service; was in the surveyor general’s department in 1851, subsequently served in police force, but dismissed after quarrel with wife , at one time servant in Melbourne Club etc.  Series of letters, 15 pages. List 2.

HEALY, Peter, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, 3 pages, List 19.

HEALY, Peter, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, reference on file, 6 pages, List 21.

HEDLEY, G.D., Tarraville, 1858, for magistrate, 1 page, List 41.

HELLICAR, Val, Melbourne, 1857, for position as Audit Commissioner; two letters, 5 pages, List 3.

HELLICAR, Val, Melbourne, 1860, for Curator of Intestate Estates, 3 pages, List 21.

HELSHAM, John James, Longwood, 1859, for Coroner there, 2 pages, List 10.

HEMMING, Charles H., E. Collingwood, 1858, for re-employment, ‘no reason to reverse previous dismissal’, 2 pages, List 37.

HEMMING, Charles H., Collingwood, 1858, public servant of 10 years standing, seeks re-employment, gives background, was schoolmaster at Norfolk Island etc.  7 page, List 40.

HENDERSON, J.B., no address, 1852, a surveyor, worked in London and Edinburgh drainage systems, 3 pages, List 13

HENNINGS, W., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, is ‘a young man of education and understanding’, 2 pages, List 4.

HENSHALL, Samuel H. , Melbourne, 1856, seeks employment.

HENTSCHEL, Thedoore, Brunswick, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

HEPBURN, Robert, Fitzroy, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

HEPBURNE, William W., Warrnambool, 1857, was intimate friends with Mr Timmins, Sir Henry Barkly’s brother in law, in the East Indies, two letters, 6 pages, List 39.

HERBERT, Frederick A.,(?) Snake Valley, 1860; for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly held that position, 3 pages, List 19.

HERBERT, Frederick C., Carngham, 1858.  Seeks re-employment, formerly Clerk of Petty Sessions at Kyneton, resigned due to ill-health, gives background, has a wife and four children, 5 pages, List 6.

HERBERT, Frederick C., Carngham, 1859, seeks re-employment, two letters, 5 pages, List 9.

HERON, Meude D., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

HERON, Wiliam T., Fryerstown, 1860, for re-appointment, 3 pages, List 23.

HERON, William T.A., North Melbourne, 1861, for employment, formerly in government service.  Second letter from Tasmania, 6 pages, List 31.

HEWITT, Richard C., Richmond, 1862, father William writes on his behalf, 3 pages, List 28

HICKEY, M.H., Hawthorn, 1858, seeks government employment as his income as a school-master is being reduced.  3 pages, List 14.

HICKS, Johnson, Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 20.

HICKS, Johnson, Melbourne, 1860, queries salary to be offered to clerks, 3 pages, List 20.

HICKS, Johnson, Crown Law Offices, 1860, for promotion, 3 pages, List 23.

HIGGINS, William, Geelong, 1862, solicitor, for employment, 2 pages, List 28.

HIGMAN, William, Richmond, 1860, applies for messenger in Attorney general’s office, is currently butler to Mr. Justice Pohlman.  3 pages.

HILL, Richard, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is a relation of Charles J. Pearson of Mt. Ridley, reference from employer on file, 3 pages, List 4.

HILL, Wiliam J., Geelong, for clerkship, formerly with Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway, 5 pages, List 17.

HINE, Samuel, Collingwood, 1859, for messenger to the Master in Equity, formerly worked for secretary of the Treasury in London; 3 pages, List 8.

HINTON, Charles Augustus, Melbourne, 1862, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 28.

HITCHCOCK, John, acting overseer at Pentridge, 1854.  Has heard that his services will no longer be required, seeks another appointment.  Served in H.M. 11th Regiment; petition from locals in supports.  9 pages, List 3.  CONNECTION FOUND

HO A SOW/SON, Melbourne, 1857, for interpreter at Beechworth, 2 pages, List 39.

HO A SOW, Ararat, 1861, Chinese interpreter, for position at Ballarat, 3 pages, List 33.

HODGETTS, Edward.  Geelong, 1855, sub inspector of water police, appointed 1852, position reduced, seeks another. 5 pages.

HODGKINSON, G., Emerald Hill, 1858, ‘bought up to the law’ seeks a clerkship, 4 pages, List 4.

HODGKINSON, W.O., Dunolly, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 11.

HODGSON, Charles J., Collingwood, 1858, for analytical chemist, gives professional background, 2 pages, List 40.

HODGSON, Robert B., Studley Park, 1857.  Is the eldest son of John, a Lieut. in the Volunteer Artillery, 31 years, seeks government employment.  4 pages, List 3.

HOGAN, James, Chief Secretary’s Office, 1860, for messenger in Insolvency Office, nearly 3 yrs there.  2 pages.

HOGAN, James, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, is employment in Chief Secretary’s Office, 3 pages, List 19.

HOGAN, James, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, reference on file, 3 pages, further letter, 2 pages, List 21.

HOGARTH, James, Melbourne, 1856, for appointment as clerk to the local treasury to be established in Gippsland; brother is clerk of the peace there.  References on file.  6 pages, List 40.

HOGARTH, James, Melbourne, 1856 for clerkship, 2 pages, List 40.

HOGARTH, William, writes from Crown Solicitor’s office, 1858, for deputy sheriff Ararat, 3 pages, List 4.

HOGARTH, William, Melbourne, 1858, wants to return to Western district service, previously at Alberton, 4 pages, List 40.

HOGG, – Mr., 1852, surveyor, Norman Campbell recommends, 2 pages, List 13.

HOLMES, Robert, Chewton, 1861, is town surveyor, references on file, 3 pages, List 32.

HOLMES, Robert, Chewton, 1861, town surveyor, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Newstead, reference on file, 4 pages, List 33.

HOLMES, Robert A., Melbourne, 1853, was a railway engineer/surveyor in Chile, 3 pages, List 15.

HOLWAY, A.M., Footscray, 1860, for re-employment, gives background, 3 pages, List 25.

HOLWAY, A.M., Footscray, 1861, for employment, reference on file, 3 pages, List 26.

HOLWAY, Ambrose M., Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly in government service, including as Chief Constable, 4 pages, List 6.

HOLWAY, Ambrose M., Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly in government service, 2 pages, List 35.

HOLWAY, Ambrose M., Footscray, 1859, seeks re-employment, gives background, 3 pages, List 10.

HOLWAY, Ambrose M., Footscray, 1860, three letters re being re-employed, 10 pages, List 23.

HOLWAY, Ambrose Maurice, Geelong, 1862, two letters re employment, 4 pages, List 29.

HOMAN, Frederick, Beechworth, 1857, for Coroner, a surgeon, 2 pages, List 36

HONEY, John, Times Office Adelaide, 1857, has read of coal discovery in Victoria, applies for office accountant, had a similar position in England and there.  2 pages,  List 2.

HOOD, G.F. Jacomb, Melbourne, 1853, for assistance surveyor’s position, 3 pages, List 13.

HOOK, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, applies for messenger or other position in Parliament House.

HOOK, Edward, Melbourne, 1859, for messenger in Equity department; testimonials on file, 5 pages, List 11.

HOOK, Edward, Abbotsord, 1862, for messenger, 2 pages, List 34.

HOOKINS, Robert, South Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

HOOPER, Francis Leopold, Linton, surgeon, gives background, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 27.

HORNE, Robert, Melbourne, 1857; H.S. Chapman confirms his respectability, formerly a gold commissioner, 3 pages, List 4.

HORNE, R.W., Melbourne, 1858, for appointment in post office, was formerly in India post office, 4 pages, List 5.

HORNE, R.W., St. Kilda, 1861, for re-employment, 4 pages, List 32.

HORNE, Robert W., Melbourne, 1861, for re-appointment in service, 2 letters, 9 pages, List 30.

HORNE, W.B., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in British civil service, 4 pages, List 7.

HORSBURGH, James, 1854, late of the Goulburn Aboriginal Station, requests another appointment.  6 pages.

HORTON, Richard H., Richmond, 1856, is a Cambridge S.C.L., the son of a clergyman; seeks government employment.

HORTON, Richard H., Richmond, 1856, for collector of electoral lists for Ovens district, testimonials from G. MacKay, J.P. and John Reid, J.P., Wangaratta enclosed.  4 pages, List 2.

HORTON, Richard H., Kilmore, 1857, for Electoral Registrar.  2 pages, List 3.

HOUGHTON, Dennis D.L., Maldon, 1859; recently married, desperately needs employment,    5 pages, List 6.

HOUGHTON, James B., Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of County Court, 2 pages.

HOUGHTON, James D., Melbourne, 1857, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 4.

HOUSE, James Charles, Newstead, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 4 pages, List 33.

HOWDEN, Charles, Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 2 pages, List 39.

HOWES, William C.B., Wallan Wallan, 1862, for employment, 3 pages, List 29.

HOWITT, A.W., Melbourne, 1861, for employment, reference on file, 5 pages, List 31.

HUDSON, John R., Collingwood, 1856, for government employment, formerly orderly to Governor La Trobe and to the police department and recently Collector of Electoral Lists.

HUDSON, John Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

HUGHAN, F.M., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.  CONNECTION FOUND

HUGHES, D.T., South Yarra, 1860, for clerkship, previously applied, 2 pages, List 21.

HUGHES, David T., Melbourne, 1859, for employment; arrived with his family in October 1858, is the eldest son, father a solicitor who is ill, 3 pages, List 11.

HUICE, James, Geelong, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

HUITON, Charles A., Melbourne, 1858, engaged in the legal profession in U.K. then West Indies, 3 pages, List 41.

HULME, Edward, Stanley, 1860, seeks employment, has nine children, an unlucky digger, 3 pages, List 24.

HUMFFRAY, J.B., Ballarat, 1857, recommends Mr. HURLY for appointment as Keeper of Powder Magazine. 3 pages, List 2.

HUNTER, Lockhart, Wahgunyah, 1854, for CPS Wangaratta, ‘brought up to the profession of the Law’ is Scottish.  5 pages.

HUNTER, Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, resident since 1852, 2 pages, List 7.

HURLEY, Thomas, Buninyong, 1856, application for Keeper of the Powder Magazine at Ballarat, testimonials enclosed.

HURLY, Thomas, Buninyong, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine; series of letters. 11 pages. List 2.

HUSTON, W.K., Creswick, 1859, for coroner, gives medical background; local magistrate gives personal background, had had a drinking problem, 8 pages, some damaged, List 16.

HUTCHINSON, B.W., (M.D.) Beechworth, 1857, for surgeon at Chinese hospital built there, reference from W. DRUMMOND, Chinese Protector, on file.  5 pages, List 3.

HUTCHINSON, Joseph, Morang, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is poundkeeper there, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

HUTCHINSON, P., Melbourne, 1857, for Coroner, formerly in Warrnambool, reference on file, 3 pages, List 39.

HUTTON, J.B., Geelong, 1851, is a licensed auctioneer, asks to be appointed government auctioneer for sale of Crown lands.

HUXLEY, Francis James, Carngham, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, some damaged, List 9.

HYLTON, John C., Broadford, 1862, for re-employment, references on file, 5 pages, List 28.

HYSLOP, Henry J., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

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IBBOTSON, Henry Joshua, Beechworth, 1857, for Coroner, references on file, 6 pages, List 36

ICK, Edward E., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

IFFLA, S., Melbourne, 1857, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 38.

INGHAM, W.N., Inverleigh, 1861, father was in H.M.’s service, is a school teacher, but salary is insufficient, Irish.  2 pages, List 26.

INGLIS, Thomas, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is rate collector there, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

INGMIRE, George, Melbourne, for post office ‘is an aged man … quite unsuited’.  3 pages.

INGRAM, Francis Seymour, Melbourne, 1861, for re-employment, references on file, 7 pages, List 22.

INGRAM, Thomas, County Court, 1860, for Clerk of County Court, been there for nearly 9 yrs.  4 pages.

IRVINE, C.I., Superintendent of Penal Establishments in Launceston, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment in Melbourne, gives background.  3 pages. List 2.

IRVINE, Clarence H., Melbourne, for employment, reference on file, 3 pages, List 29.

IRVINE, George, Colac, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, married, 40 years, 2 pages, List 36

IRWIN, Charles, Melbourne Club, 1857, for clerk of Court of Mines, 3 pages, List 36

IRWIN, Jacob, Melbourne, 1859, for messenger to the Master in Equity, is from Dublin; 3 pages, List 8.

IRWIN, John, Melbourne, 1861, for employment; was injured while serving in police force and discharged.  Reference from Chief Commissioner of Police and Police Magistrate of Maldon on file, 7 pages, List 30.

IRWIN, John, Castlemaine, 1861, for employment at Maryborough, formerly in police force (see above) references on file, 9 pages, List 32.

IZOD, -.  Recommended for employment by Geelong Sheriff, 1860, 3 pages, List 24.

IZOD, Joseph, Castlemaine,1856, for appt as deputy bailiff, Castlemaine.

IZOD, Joseph, Castlemaine, 1856, for deputy bailiff, copies of references on file, was a Sheriff’s officer in London, 7 pages, List 40.

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JACKSON, Edward, Browns, 1862, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 27.

JAMES, Frederic H., Mt. Blackwood, 1857, arrived from VDL in 1839, formerly in convict department there, gives background, seeks government employment.  5 pages, List 3.

JAMES, John, Templestowe, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act. Copies of testimonials on file, has previously been employed in same position, as collector.

JAMES, John, Templestowe, 1857, for Registrar under Electoral Act; is a brother of Colonel James, R.E.  4 pages, List 3.

JAMES, William H., Melbourne, 1854.  Government Assayer, applies for position for son Thomas Reynolds James, who assisted him in assay work in Ireland.  4 pages, List 3.

JAMES, William H., Mitchell, 1861, acting Clerk of Petty Sessions there, for same position at Omeo, 3 pages, List 33.

JAMIESON, James, Kangaroo Flat Sandhurst, 1856, for registrar of births there.  2 pages,  List 2.

JAMIESON, James, Sandhurst, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, page missing, 4 pages, List 7.

JAMIESON, John, Melbourne, 1858, for Commissioner of the Peace, is secretary of Melbourne Fire Insurance Company, 5 pages, List 35.

JAMIESON, Peter, Melbourne, 1858; father George writes, seeking a clerkship for him, 2 pages, List 14.

JENKINS, Edward W., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

JENNINGS, Henry N., Melbourne, 1856, was a temporary clerk before, now seeks clerk’s position in Legislative Council office.  4 pages, List 2.

JEREMY, John.  Melbourne, 1856, applied for any vacancy in Chief Secretary’s Dept, arrived 1853, 3 pages.

JERMYN, David, Belfast, 1859, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 12.

JERROME, Robert, Melbourne, 1857, for a clerkship, six years in the police office, 2 pages, List 38.

JOBSON, Henry, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

JOHNS, R.E., Maryborough, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 6.

JOHNS, R.E., Maryborough, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Mt Blackwood, 2 pages, List 40.

JOHNS, R.E., Maryborough, 1859, for government employment, 3 pages, List 9.

JOHNS, R.E., Lamplough, 1860, for employment, reference on file, 5 pages, List 20.

JOHNS, RE., 1860, renews application for employment, 5 pages, List 22.

JOHNS, R.E., Lamplough, 1860, several letters, gives background, 8 pages, List 23.

JOHNSON, E., Brighton, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 23.

JOHNSON, Edward, Brighton, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, is Collector to the Council, 2 pages, List 20.

JOHNSON, J.G., Daylesford, 1857; for mining surveyor there.  3 pages, List 3.

JOHNSTON, J., Ballarat, 1857; for Adjutant to Rifle Corps, formerly in 29th and 39th Regiments, gives military career, was a Commissioner of Crown Lands for some years.  4 pages, List 3.

JOHNSTON, John, Lexton, 1856, previously offered to form Australian contingent for Crimea, asks current position.

JOHNSTON, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, applies for messenger, Parliament House, formerly in Irish Constabulary, encloses testimonials.

JOHNSTON, William, Horsham, 1859, for Coroner, was M.D. in Belfast Ireland, 2 pages, List 22.

JONES, A.P.  Recommended for a position as Warden on the Goldfields by J.P. Fawkner and others. 3 pages, List 3.

JONES, David F., Argus Office, 1862, for Warden at Crooked River, travelled the district with A.W. Howitt, 3 pages, List 27.

JONES, George Jared, Ballarat, 1857, for Bailiffe, reference on file, 2 pages, List 38.

JONES, John B., Maldon, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Newstead, is secretary ‘of one of the principal coy’s in this district’.  2 pages, List 33.

JONES, John Wynne, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 5 pages, List 4.

JONES, Nathaniel D., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, has a law degree, 3 pages, List 36.

JONES, Robert A., Beechworth, 1857, for clerkship, was in office of Clerk of the Peace at Merionethshire, 2 pages, List 39.

JONES, William, Melbourne, 1858, 16 years with attorney at Hereford as confidential clerk, for Judge’s Associate position.  3 pages, List 41.

JOWERS, Harry St. John.  Melbourne, 1856, seeks government service, has been employed by Melbourne Council.   City Engineer gives reference, Edward Cotton forwards letter on.  8 pages.

JOY, William, Melbourne, 1861, for promotion, is turnkey at the Gaol, 3 pages, List 31.

JUST, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, Scottish, arrived 1851, reference on file, 7 pages, List 40.

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KAY, Hannie, Creswick, 1860, local J.P.’s and others petition for him to be appointed Chinese interpreter, he is a half-caste, 3 pages, List 25.

KAY, Hannie, Creswick, 1861, for interpreter, 2 pages, List 31.

KEARNAN, James, Ballarat, 1857, for position as turnkey at the gaol there; petition in support signed by locals.  5 pages.  List 2.

KEARNEY, Arthur, Melbourne, 1857, has had temporary employment in Registrar General’s Department, now seeks a permanent position.  8 pages, List 2.

KEARNEY, Arthur, Melbourne 1858, for a permanent position, lists other employment, 5 pages, List 14. CONNECTION FOUND

KEILY, James B., Fitzroy St., 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

KELLAND, Richard, Smythesdale, 1860, for appointment as Coroner there, has a Diploma from the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.  2 pages.

KELLAWAY, William Jnr., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is a printer, 3 pages, List 7.

KELLY, George, Fitzroy, 1859, for reinstatement, was retrenched from Land office, 6 pages, List 17.

KELLY, Michael, Melbourne, 1856, served in Irish Constabulary and in South Australian police force, now in business in Melbourne, seeks government employment.

KELLY, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

KELLY, William, Temple Court Melbourne, 1856, for employment as Chinese Protector at Melbourne, had experience of the Chinese in California and the Sandwich Islands. 2 pages, List 2.

KELLY, William, Melbourne, 1857.  For employment as Chinese Protector, 3 pages, List 3.

KELLY, William, Melbourne, 1857, for Chinese Protector, has experience in other countries, 4 pages, List 4.

KEMP, Arthur, Melbourne, has been for some years in the colony, well known to most of the leading men here.  3 pages,  List 2.

KEMPSON, H.C., Geelong, 1853, has worked on the Caledonian railway as a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

KENNEDY, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for night watchman at Parliament House, old colonist, enclosed testimonial.

KENNEDY, Timothy, Hawthorn, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, has connections in Tipperary County, 8 pages, List 7.

KENNY, Patrick, Beechworth, 1860, for Bailiff, reference on file, 2 pages, List 21.

KENTISH, N.L., Prahran, 1857.  Formerly in government service, seeks to be re-employed.  3 pages, List 3.

KENTISH, N.L., Prahran, 1857, refers to petition he forwarded for compensation, 2 pages, List 4.

KENTISH, N.L., Prahran, 1857.  Profuse thanks for receiving a gratuity.  3 pages, List 3.

KENTISH, N.L., Prahran, 1857, file setting out his case, 16 pages, List 36.

KENTISH, S.P.N. [?] Buckland River, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, [some damage] List 10

KENTISH, S.P.N., Buckland, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 16.

KEOGH, -, reference from R. Grice of Melbourne, 1856, was in excise department ‘at home’ has turned C/E and Catholic relatives have disowned him, 1 page, List 40.

KEOGH, J. Recommended by J.P. Hanify of City Police Court, 1860, for re-employment, 3 pages, List 24.

KEOGH, J.M., Melbourne, 1860, for permanent position, 4 pages, List 23.

KEOGH, John, Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, formerly in government service, 2 pages, List 21.

KEOGH, John, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 22.

KEOGH, John, Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 4 pages, List 25.

KEOWN, John, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, 3 pages, List 2.

KERR, Andrew, Melbourne, 1853, applies for position as surveyor/draftsman, 2 pages, List 13.

KEWLEY, William, Melbourne, 1854, dismissed from post office, seeks reinstatement; formerly in Glasgow post office. 6 pages.

KEWLEY, William, South Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, has been previously employed in the Post Office.

KIBBLE, John, Melbourne, 1860, gives employment history, 3 pages, List 25.

KIESER, Caesar, Ballarat, 1857, M.D., for Coroner, 2 pages, List 36.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 1 page, List 37.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1856, an attorney, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1857, for clerkship at local court, is an attorney, formerly at Geelong.  2 pages,  List 2.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1857, an attorney, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 36.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1857, bought out a large family from Ireland, 8 of them females, needs employment, 2 pages, List 39.

KILDAHL, John, Buninyong, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 8.

KILGOUR, James, Geelong, 1856, offers his services as member of the water supply commission.

KILGOUR, James, Geelong, 1859, for police magistrate, arrived 1839, gives background.  3 pages, List 8.

KILGOUR, James, Geelong, 1859, further application, 2 pages, List 8.

KILMARTIN, Dennis, no address, 1857; seven years in penal department, has heard his salary is to be reduced.  5 pages, List 3.

KING, James, Durham Ox, 1857, for Coroner, reference on file, 7 pages, List 36.

KING, James, Durham Ox, 1857, for Coroner, 5 pages, List 39.

KING, James W., New Inglewood, 1860, as Coroner there, 3 pages, List 24.

KING, Johnson George, Adelong, NSW, 1860, for position as second in command of Vic. Exploring Expedition, gives experience, 2 pages, List 25.

KING, Matthias Dupont, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 2 pages, List 7.

KING, Theodore Edmund, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 4 pages, List 7.

KING, Theodore Edmund, Melbourne, 1857, had acted as bailiff at Heathcote in 1854, seeks another government position  3 pages, List 2.

KING, Theodore Edmund, Melbourne, 1857 for bailiff at Dunolly, 2 pages; another letter, including a reference, 3 pages, List 36.

KINLOCH, Arthur, Melbourne, 1860, for employment, has been on waiting list for three years, 4 pages, List 23.

KIRKPATRICK, W.H., no address, 1853, has worked as a surveyor on the Dukes of Rutland and Devonshire’s estates, 2 pages, List 15.

KIRKPATRICK, W.M., c/- Town Hall Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.

KIRWAN, Matthew, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, has held a similar position.  3 pages. List 2.

KNIGHT, A.S., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

KNIGHT, George W., Melbourne, 1862, for surveyor, was in railways department, 2 pages, List 27.

KNIGHT, J.M., Melbourne, 1856, for magistrate, 2 pages, List 40.

KNIGHT, William, Geelong, 1857, was foreman to tailor there, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 4.

KNIGHT, William, Ararat 1859, for Bailiff, has been acting as deputy, 2 pages, List 12.

KNIGHT, William, Ararat, 1859, Judge Langton Clarke recommends him for Bailiff.  6 pages, List 18.

KNIGHT, William, Ararat, 1860, for Bailiff, 1 page, List 23.

KNOX, Henry Torrens, Melbourne, 1859, for government employment, reference on file, 4 pages, List 6.

KNOX, Henry Torrens, Melbourne, for employment, references on file, gives background, 6 pages, List 18.

KNOX, Holles, Melbourne, 1859, for Magistracy, 3 pages, List 8.

KRUGER, Frederick, c/- James Egan’s station Majors Line near Kilmore.  Has been engaged as a tutor there for Egan’s children, re-applies for government employment, 1849.

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LAGOE, William Harrington, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

LAMB, John, Melbourne, 1858; has been in Immigration Office since 1852, but is being retrenched, seeks another position, 4 pages, List 14.

LAMBERT, Stanton, Richmond, 1861, for employment, references on file, 5 pages, List 30.

LA MOILE, F.  Geelong, 1856, for appointment as commissioner of gold fields.

LAMONT, John, Ararat, 1858, barrister, for appointment as Crown Prosecutor, 3 pages, List 6.

LAMONT, John, Ararat, 1859, for a Crown Prosecutor’s position, 2 pages, List 11.

LAMONT, John, Ararat, 1860, barrister, for appointment as Reviving Barrister there.  3 pages.

LAMONT, John, Ararat, 1861, barrister, two letters, 5 pages, List 31.

LANE, Edward D., Castlemaine, 1857, married, 35 years, reference on file, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, 4 pages, List 4.

LANE, Edward.  Queenscliffe, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 36

LANE, Edward.  Wife Catherine writes in 1860, pleading that he may be re-instated to his position as Clerk of Petty Sessions at Queenscliffe, for the sake of their children, 4 pages.  Telegram from him re paperwork.  2 pages.  Letter from wife Catherine re his dismissal etc., 13 pages, List 23.  Letter seeking re-admission, 3 pages, Board of Enquiry into his conduct, correspondence etc., 37 pages, List 24.

LANE, George, 1862, for promotion, references on file, 6 pages, List 28.

LANE, J.P., Bacchus Marsh, 1859, a doctor, copies of printed testimonials on file, for coroner’s position there, 4 pages, List 6.

LANE, John, Gisborne, 1861, for Court Keeper and Bailiff, 2 pages, List 32.

LANGAN, T., Mellbourne, 1860, married, has six children, reference on file, 5 pages, List 28.

LANKENAN, Charles D., Collingwood, 1860, for crier county court, formerly employed in customs department, 32yrs, married, 4 children.  2 pages.

LANKENAU, Charles D., Collingwood, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, previously in Customs Dept.

LANSDOWN, William, Pentridge, 1851, for clerk of the Bench to be formed there.  Has been about 15 yrs in the Colonies, in Launceston was clerk to solicitors and then Henry Reed, arrived Melbourne 1839, worked for G.A. Robinson, then tutor to Protector Parker’s family etc.

LANSLEY, William Neale, Ararat, 1860; is Sheriff’s officer, seeks another appointment, 5 pages, CONNECTION FOUND

LAPHAM, Samuel, Clerk of Petty Sessions Kilmore, previously Superintendent on Maria Island, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment.  7 pages, List 2.

LAPHAM, Samuel, Clerk of Petty Sessions Kilmore, 1856, for re-appointment as Stipendiary Magistrate, 4 pages, List 40.

LAPHAM, Samuel.  James Yelverton Wilson writes on his behalf, is deputy sheriff at Portland, formerly in Van Dieman’s Land government service, 2 pages, List 40.

LARKIN, F., Pleasant Creek, 1860.  Local solicitor writes on his behalf, needs employment, is 37 years.  3 pages, List 24.

LARKIN, John F., 1858, is a trained teacher of the Irish National Board, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 5.

LARRITT, Philip, Melbourne, 1853, for a surveyor’s position, 3 pages, List 13.

LARRITT, Richard W., Melbourne, 1853, arrived 1849, gives background, 2 pages, List 15.  CONNECTION FOUND

LASCELLES, Henry, Williamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 3 pages, List 4.

LASCELLES, Thomas A., Geelong, 1857, for employment in Parliament House.  7 pages, List 3.

LATCHFORD, Robert, North Melbourne, 1856, for position at Parliament House, served twelve years in public service in Ireland. 3 pages, List 2.

LATCHFORD, Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment, has been a clerk in Ireland.

LATHAM, William P., Yan Yean, 1856, for position in Parliament House, details background.  8 pages, List 2. CONNECTION FOUND

LATHAM, William Pennefather, Whittlesea, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 36 CONNECTION FOUND

LATHAM, William Pennefather, Whittlesea, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

LAURIE, Alexander, Portland, 1851, for Inspector of Denomination Schools,

LAVENDER, C.W., 1855, References from Attorney General’s Office and Solicitor General’s Office, both in Hobart, 3 pages, List 40.

LAVENDER, W.  Melbourne, 1857, for employment, formerly in government employment in Tasmania, 3 pages, List 38.

LAWRENCE, James, Geelong, 1857, M.D., brother in law is Robert Thomson of Gippsland, reference from Duke of Richmond on file, 5 pages, List 4.

LAWRENCE, James D., Camperdown, 1858, for Coroner, 3 letters, 3 pages, List 41.

LAWRENCE, James P., Camperdown, 1859, for coroner at Colac, 2 pages, List 16.

LAWTON, Leslie H., Tumut, Murrumbidgee, 1854, had a letter from J.V.L. Foster’s mother. 6 pages.

LAYARD, James, St. Kilda, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 8.

LAYARD, L.F., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 8.

LEAHY, Richard, Melbourne, 1856, for any government employment. 2 pages.

LECKY, Jacob, Melbourne, 1857, for Warder, was employed as such in Londonderry, Dr. Walter L. Richardson writes on his behalf, 5 pages, List 4.

LE CREN, Charles, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

LEE, Henry, Smythesdale, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Linton, is a J.P., 2 pages, List 21.

LEETHEM, Thomas, Williamstown, 1853; gives background, is a marine surveyor, 6 pages, List 15.

LEETHEM, Thomas, Williamstown, 1853; for a marine surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

LE GOULD, Louis, South Yarra, 1860, for employment, 2 pages, List 20.

LEMPRIERE, F.R.  Tootgarook, 1860, requests reply to his application for re-appointment as clerk Petty Sessions, wrongly removed from service.  2 pages.

LEMPRIERE, F.R., Melbourne, 1861, seeks re-instatement, two letters, 5 pages, List 32.

LENNON, David, Melbourne,  1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

LE PLASTIER, H.H., Melbourne, 1857, two identical letters, 3 pages, List 39.

LESLIE, A.J., Melbourne, for employment, 3 pages, List 10.

LE SOUEF, A., Melbourne, 1856, for position as Serjeant at Arms at Parliament House; testimonial on file.

LE SOUEF, C.H.  Melbourne, 1856, for appointment as Serjeant at Arms or other employment; has been engaged in pastoral pursuits with his brother, but medical advice said he had to leave the Goulburn area.  Has been nearly twenty years in the Colony, speaks French and German.

LE SOUEF, W., Melbourne, 1854, for employment for John Morton, seriously wounded in attack on the private gold escort.

L’ESTRANGE, Guy T.H.  Williamstown, 1857; warder on hulk, but service is to be dispensed with; seeks another position.  4 pages, List 3.

LEVEY, George Collins, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

LEVITT, John N., Melbourne, 1858, for clerkship, is ‘not my intention to take part in any political matters for some time to come.’  3 letters, 6 pages, List 41.

LEWIS, Charles J., Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 10 pages, List 7.

LEWIS, George, Collingwood, 1856, for employment at Parliament House; formerly employed in Treasury Dept.

LEWIS, George, Richmond, 1858, formerly in the service, retrenched, seeks another position, 3 pages, List 14.

LEWIS, John, Melbourne, 1856, late employed as messenger at the Legislative Council, discharged on false accusation, now seeks to be re-employed.  5 pages, List 2.

LEWIS, J. Kenrick, Mansfield, 1862, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 34.

LIARDET, Frederick Evelyn.  1851, Seeks to be employed to look after jetty at the Beach and to form a kind of coast guard.

LIARDET, Hector Evelyn, Brighton, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

LIARDET, W. Evelyn, Brighton, 1857.  Two letters, seeking appointment as Collector of Electoral Roll there.  4 pages, List 3.

LIGAR, Charles W., Melbourne, 1857; late Surveyor of New Zealand, offers his services, 5 pages, List 3.

LIGHTFOOT, J.G., Sale, 1854, asks reply to his application for clerkship on Ovens goldfield. 3 pages.

LIGHTFOOT, John, Sale, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

LINDSAY, William, Geelong, 1857, is an old colonist, reported a coal field in area some years ago, now seeks government employment.  3 pages, List 3.

LINDSELL, W.  Melbourne, 1856, formerly clerk to Bench at Buninyong, resigned, now seeks another appointment.  4 pages.

LINDSELL, W., Melbourne, 1856, for reappointment in public service.

LINKLATER, Thomas Hunter, Collingwood, 1859; sad story of being injured while in government employ and medical malpractice resulting in his leg being amputated, seeks employment, 6 pages, List 12.

LLOYD, John C., East Melbourne, 1860, in colony 7-8 years, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 24.

LLOYD, Thomas, Melbourne, 1862, for permanent position as a messenger, reference on file, 3 pages, List 29.

LLOYD, Thomas W., Collingwood, 1861, formerly messenger, retrenched, seeks another position, 3 pages, List 26.

LOCKE, Alfred, Melbourne, 1858, for a clerkship, 1 page, List 14.

LOCKE, William.  Recommended for Commissioner of Audit by John Goodman of Melbourne, 1857.  2 pages, List 3.

LOCKHART, Norman P., Tallandoon Station, 1856, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 7 pages, List 7.

LONDON, F.R., Geelong, 1858, for messenger for insolvency court there, 2 pages, List 5.

LONEGAN, D.J., Melbourne, 1860, for clerkship, has a large family, 2 pages, List 24.

LOOKER, Charles, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 5 pages, List 4.

LOTHERINGTON, W.J., Melbourne, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Buninyong, 3 pages, List 40.

LOTHERINGTON, W.J., Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 4 pages, List 36.

LOTHERINGTON, N.J., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 1 page, List 39.

LOUGHNAN, J.M., Melbourne, 1851, for Inspector of Denominational Schools, forced to leave India because of climate, held a commission in Bengal Cavalry and adjutant at Fort William Calcutta etc., speaks several languages.

LOVE, Mary, St. Kilda, applied for position as court house cleaner in 1891.  2 pages, List 42.

LOW, Joseph, Melbourne, 1854, for appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  He is managing agent of the Immigrants Aid Society.  4 pages, List 3.

LOWE, Josiah A., Melbourne, 1858, was a shipping clerk at Liverpool, 3 pages, List 14.

LOWE, W.M., Collingwood, 1856, for employment as messenger or porter at Parliament House, formerly storeman in Colonial Stores Dept.

LOWE KONG MENG, 1854, offers his services as Chinese Interpreter, 4 pages,

LOWTHER, George, Ingwood, 1862, for Police Magistrate at Williamstown, 2 pages, List 32.

LUBY, James, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, gives employment details, 2 pages, List 21.

LUPTON, George, Melbourne, 1862, seeks Clerk of Petty Sessions position, in police force, father was Rev. James Lupton of Westminster Abbey, 7 pages.  Another letter from Sandhurst, protesting a low rate of pay, 9 pages, List 26.

LYALL, James, Melbourne, 1856, is a clerk in Central Roads Board, seeks a similar position in Parliament House, testimonials on file.  4 pages.

LYNAR, James A., Heidelberg, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; father a clergyman there, reference from Ireland on file, 4 pages, List 4.

LYNCH, Denis, Melbourne, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 31.

LYNCH, William, Melbourne, 1856, for position in office of Court of Petty Sessions; arrived 1852, reply to G. Lynch, Sheriff’s Office, 2 pages, List 40.

LYNN, Adam Loftus.  Ballarat, 1856, for appointment as deputy sheriff there, a solicitor, has resided at Ballarat for about 3 yrs. 2 pages

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McANDREW, Donald, Melbourne, 1856, for appointment as Emigration Agent.

McANDREW, Duncan, Rokewood, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, references on file, 4 pages, List 33.

McANULTY, Paul, Melbourne, 1861, resigns as Bailiff of Insolvent Court at Geelong and applies for Court Keeper in Melbourne.  4 pages, List 33.  (See MARTYN, P.)

MACASSEY, James, West Melbourne, for employment, references on file, 3 pages, List 25.

MACASSEY, James, Melbourne, 1862, for a clerkship, gives employment background, 2 pages, List 27.

MACARTHUR, Alexander, no address, 1861, for Warden at Crooked Rikver, late father was Dr. Peter, Commissioner of Crown Lands in NSW.  3 pages, List 22

MACARTHUR, Donald Gordon, Melbourne, 1856.  In 1835 appointed to government position in NSW by Sir Richard Bourke, then served as chief clerk in surveyor general’s department in Victoria until 1843, was discharged, then appointed CPS at Port Stephens etc.,  applies for re-employment.  4 pages, List 2.

McARTHUR, Duncan, Seymour, 1851.  For clerk of Petty Session there, petition in support from local residents.

MacBEAN, Hugh, Castlemaine, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, 2 pages, List 4.

MacBETH, Francis D., Kingowever, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 34

MacBETH, Francis D., Kingower, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages (damaged), List 37.

McCABE, M.J., Collingwood, 1859, for copying clerk in Equity Office, 2 pages, List 17.

McCANN, William N., Geelong, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, gives employment details, 4 pages, List 17.

McCANN, William Nelson, Geelong, 1860, references on file, 4 pages, List 28.

McCARTHY, James H., Melbourne, 1854, late Sgt of police, seeks another govt appointment.  Was chief constable on the Northumbria government ship in 1852, later served at Geelong.  5 pages.

McCARTHY, Jeremiah, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, is a pensioner from the HEIC service, gives details. 2 pages, List 2.

McCARTHY, William, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, 2 pages, List 21.

McCARTHY, William, North Melbourne, 1857, for messenger, a tailor, has been in the colony 4 years, 3 pages, List 39.

McCARTHY, William, North Melbourne, 1858, for Crier of Supreme Court, 2 pages, List 41.

McCARTNEY, Hugh Robert, Pleasant Creek, for bailiff of County Court, 4 pages, List 16.

MACCAUD, John T., Deep Lead, Pleasant Creek, late religious instructor to the Hulks Hobsons Bay, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 10.

McCLURE, Richard.  1861 memorial from members of the Gardiner’s Creek Road Board recommending him for Commissioner of Peace, 3 pages, List 31.

MACLURE, Samuel, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; formerly worked for Melbourne Corporation, references on file, 6 pages, List 4.

McCOLL, Hugh, Melbourne, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act, encloses testimonial.

McCORMICK, B.A. (Annie), La Trobe st., Melbourne, 1880, for employment as female warder of one of the gaols, 2 letters, 6 pages, List 41.

McCOURT, James.  Nth Melbourne, 1856, old soldier, served in 90th Regt, arrived with Capt Chisholm in 1851; appointed chief constable, but these were discontinued in 1852, ever since out of any government employment. 2 pages.

McCRAE, Alexander William, Richmond, 1857, formerly in government services, seeks re-appointment, has recently returned from England, 3 pages, List 4.

McCREIGHT, W.L., Melbourne, 1862, for employment, 3 pages, List 27.

McDERMOTT, Joseph, Melbourne, Surveyor General’s Office, 1853, for another appointment, 2 pages, List 34.

MacDONALD, Alexander, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

MacDONALD, Donald, Bush Station via Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

McDONALD, Edward, Melbourne, 1859, for keeper and crier at Supreme Court, is the messenger there, reference on file, 4 pages, List 6.

McFARLAND, Robert H., Melbourne, 1851, for appointment as Registrar in Court of Requests, solicitor, admitted in Ireland, is clerk to the Council of the Australasian League, and part time extra clerk in office of Legislative Council. Second application for Clerk of the Legislative Council.

McFARLANE. R.H., Melbourne, 1859, for solicitor to railways, 2 pages, List 8.

MacGEORGE, James, Melbourne, 1852, worked for colonial architect in Adeliade, 2 pages, List 13

McGILL, George W., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, from Dublin, references on file, 5 pages, Lists 7.

McILVEEN, John, Melbourne, 1858, seeks government employment, 2 pages, List 14.

McINTOSH, Robert, Melbourne, 1854.  Appointed supernumerary clerk in police department, asks for clerkship elsewhere.  3 pages, List 3.

MACKAY, David, Craigieburn, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Donnybrook, is a graduate of Glasgow University; reference from John Macadam on file, he is a surgeon, 3 pages, List 5.

McKAY, James, Melbourne, 1853, has worked in survey offices in England and Ireland as an engraver, 1 pages, List 15.

MacKAY, James, Crowlands, 1857, is Clerk of Petty Sessions there, seeks appointment as Crown Lands Commissioner, 3 pages, List 3.

MACKAY, Richard, Melbourne, applied for position as valuator, 1891; references on file.  17 pages, List 42.

MacKAY, W.H., Sandridge, 1853, is a surveyor, 1 pages, List 15.

McKEAN, James, Beechworth, 1857, reporter, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 38.

McKEAN, James, Beechworth, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, a reporter, reference on file, 3 pages, List 39.

McKEAN, James, Melbourne, 1861, a reporter and journalist, has worked in an attorney’s office, for employment, 2 pages, List 32.

McKENNA, J. W., Melbourne, 1857, surgeon, for Coroner, 1 page, List 39.

McKENNA, Patrick, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, reference on file, 3 pages, List 19.

MacKENZIE, Charles, Sandhurst, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, has lived in Bendigo for 5 years, is a reporter and sub editor on Bendigo Advertiser, recommendations from locals, including several councillors, on file.  Letter forwarded by Resident Warden. 5 pages,  List 2.

MACKENZIE, Eneas, Richmond, 1854, for Police Magistrate in Richmond, has worked as a reporter in English law courts, now a clerk in the Colonial Sec’s office. 4 pages.

MACKENZIE, Eneas, Richmond, 1856, in Chief Secretary’s office, for Stipendiary Magistrate, 3 pages, List 40.

MACKIE, A., Clerk of Courts Back Creek, 1860, for promotion, gives employment background, 5 pages, List 24.

MacKIE, George, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, twenty years in Bank of Scotland, 4 pages, List 7.

MacKILLOP, Alexander, Somerton, 1858, for Stipendiary Magistrate, long time resident, ‘college bred’ 4 pages, List 37.

McKOWN, Hugh, Melbourne, 1857,  for government appointment.3 pages, List 2.

MacLACHLAN, C.T., Geelong, 1862, for employment,  “altered state of circumstances”, black bordered paper, father known to Woods, MLA.  3 pages, List 27.

McLACHLAN, D., Taradale, 1861, for employment, is brother to Police Magistrate at Sandhurst, 3 pages, List 32.

McLAREN, James, 1858 ? two references on file, 3 pages, List 40.

McLEAN, Daniel,16 yrs staff surgeon in British army.  Arrived in 1838 but he died 2 yrs later.  Widow Jean Malcolm writes from Melbourne for employment for her two sons.  One previously employed as a clerk in Sydney and Hobart government offices, the other was a clerk in a mercantile office.  Both threw up their jobs to go to the diggings, but have been unsuccessful.  Two letters, 1856.

MacLEAN, Donald, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; manager of Glenelg Station for Mrs. Greene of Woodlands, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

McLEAN, William, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references from Dublin and Belfast employers and Mary E. Chomley on file, 8 pages, List 7.  CONNECTION FOUND

McLEOD, Alexander, Batesford, 1857, seeks Customs House position, was eleven years in customs department in Scotland, copies of testimonials on file; arrived 1854.  8 pages, List 3.

McLINDEN, James, Melbourne, 1854, renews application, 3 pages.

MacMINN, James, Collingwood, 1857, formerly in the printing office, writes again for employment.  ‘would not have been dismissed had his services been of any use’.  List 2.

McMINN, J.F., Melbourne, 1858, dismissed from printing office, claims because of political views, references on file, seeks another appointment, 7 pages, List 35.

McNIECE, Robert M., Melbourne, 1861, for vacancy in Prothonotary’s Office, List 31.  Another letter, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 31.

McNIECE, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, seeks employment, formerly employed by Lieut. Governor La Trobe and Mr. Justice Jeffcott.

MacPHERSON, Aneas, Strathnoon, arrived 1850, ex British Army, has served as magistrate at Heidelberg, 3 pages, List 34

McRAE, Thomas, no address, 1852, recommended by Captain Dana, has been in government employ, 2 pages, List 13

McSWINEY, Bryan, West Melbourne, 1856, is a near relative of Sir Morrice O’Connell, and ‘sun’ of Peter, Lieut of the ‘melicie’ in Co Cork; wants to be appointed an inspector of police.  5 pages. List 2.

McVITTY, Alexander.  No application but 2 page testimonial from Ballarat J.Ps.  List 36.

McVITTY, James, Ballarat, 1858, for clerkship, 2 pages, List 41.

McWILLIAMS, Andrew, Drysdale, 1860, is secretary of Roads Board, reference on file, 4 pages, List 24.

MAGEE, William J., Ballarat, 1856, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, currently senior turnkey at Ballarat gaol; testimonial enclosed.  3 pages. List 2.

MAGNAY, Alexander, H.M. Gaol, Melbourne, 1857, seeks another government position.  3 pages. List 2.

MAGNAY, Alexander, Melbourne, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, 2 pages. List 2.

MAGUIRE, John, Castlemaine, 1857. for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, 4 pages, List 3.

MAGUIRE, John, Castlemaine, 1857; Keeper of Powder Magazine, has heard position is to be abolished, protests. 4 pages, List 3.

MALPAS, Francis, Collingwood, 1851, for position as government clerk, was clerk to Rev. D. Newham until his death; Bishop of Melbourne will provide reference.

MANLY, Edward, Collingwood, 1856, for employment as night watchman or door keeper at Parliament House, formerly in H.M. 99th Regiment.

MANN, William, Heathcote, 1859, for Bailiff, references on file, 7 pages, List 12.

MANNING, Edward, Melbourne, 1860, late acting P.M. at Portland, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 19.

MANNING, Edward, St. Kilda, 1860,  for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Portland, family is there, 3 pages, List 25.

MANNING, John, Ballarat, 1857; is 77 years old, seeks government employment.  List 3.

MANTON, Charles, Maldon, 1856, for appointment as Gold Fields Warden.

MANTON, Frederick, Melbourne, 1856, for appointment as Usher of the Black Rod’ emigrated from Calcutta in 1830, received a land grant from Govr. Darling, gives background, has a family of 8 sons, etc.  3 pages, List 2.

MARE, D.  1856, Applicant for employment, connected to 40th Regiment.

MARKS, James, Melbourne, 1860, for position as Bailiff at County Court; is a constable, 11yrs there, encloses references.  3 pages.

MARSACK, George Richardson, Brighton, 1860, for employment, gives U.K. background; references on file, 8 pages, List 20.

MARSDEN, Joseph Ankors, Collingwood,1856, for employment under new Electoral Act. Testimonial on file.

MARSHALL, J.  Nth Melbourne, 1856.  Solicitor, large family, Lord Advocate of Scotland gave a reference.  3 pages.

MARSHALL, J.W., Melbourne, 1859, solicitor, seeks appointment as stipendiary magistrate, 3 pages, List 17.

MARSHALL, James, Melbourne, 1857, was promised a position, but has heard nothing, 2 pages, List 40.

MARSHALL, James, North Melbourne, 1858, for Police Magistrate, references on file, 3 pages, List 34

MARSHALL, James, Melbourne, lawyer for employment, 2 pages, List 39.

MARSHALL, James, Melbourne, 1858, for police magistrate, gives background, 4 pages, List 41.

MARSHALL, Thomas, Geelong, 1856.  Promotes Thomas Malcaster MARSHALL late of Geelong, now of London, and John MARSHALL of London, as agents for the selection of immigrants.

MARTIN, A. Lepinasse, Melbourne, 1854, formerly in government service, he resigned when refused a rise in salary, now seeks re-employment.  9 pages, List 3.

MARTIN, A. Lespinasse, Geelong, 1857, currently bailiff to Insolvent Court there, seeks better appointment, wife has also written, 9 pages, List 4.

MARTIN, Frederick W.M., Lockwood, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 32.

MARTIN, Septimus, Richmond, 1856, for position of Serjeant at Arms; is a colonist of 14 yrs, and a J.P.  3 pages, List 2.

MARTIN, Septimus, Richmond, 1857, for Stipendiary Magistrate, 3 pages, List 39.

MARTIN, Septimus, Melbourne, 1859; is acting police magistrate, asks to be made permanent, 3 pages, List 6.

MARTIN, Septimus, Melbourne, 1859, for police magistrate at Beechworth, 2 pages, List 11.

MARTIN, Septimus, Melbourne, 1859, for permanent employment, 2 pages, List 11.

MARTIN, Septimus, Richmond, 1859, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 19.

MARTIN, Septimus, Melbourne, 1859, for police magistrate, 2 pages, List 22.

MARTIN, Septimus, Melbourne, 1862, renews application for police magistracy, 2 pages, List 32.

Martley, James Frederick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment, 2 pages, List 40.

MARTYN, Peter J.  Melbourne, 1860, for Bailiff at County Court, gives previous employment history.  2 pages.

MARTYN, Peter J., Melbourne, 1861, resigns as Court Keeper and applies for Bailiff of Insolvent Court at Geelong, 4 pages, List 33.  (See McANULTY, P.)

MASON, Abbo, Ballarat, 1861, Chinese, resident for over sixteen years, for position as interpreter, memorial with over 50 signatures in his favour.  Department’s response returned from Dead Letter Office, 6 pages, List 33.

MASON, Cyrus, Collingwood, 1853, for a draftsman’s position, 3 pages, List 13

MASON, George, Castlemaine, 1859, for messenger to the Master in Equity, 2 pages, List 8.

MASON, George, Castlemaine, 1859, formerly Court Keeper there, seeks similar position, 2 pages, List 12.

MASON, George, Melbourne, 1859, formerly Crier at Castlemaine, seeks re-employment, 4 pages, List 19.

MASON, George, Ballarat, 1860, for employment, formerly employed at Castlemaine, 2 pages, List 21.

MASON, George, Ballarat, 1860, for employment, has a large family to support, 2 pages, List 24.

MASON, George, Ballarat, 1861, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 28.

MASON, George, Ballarat, 1861, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 32.

MATHER, J.H., Ballarat, 1860, for employment as Clerk of Petty Sessions, references on file, two letters, 12 pages, List 25.

MATHER, J.H., Learmonth, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 31.

MATHEWS, Stewart, Illabarook, Pitfield, 1860, an old colonist, connected to the Linton family, seeks Clerk of Petty Sessions at Linton, 3 pages, List 21.

MATTHEWS, George E., Collingwood, has a ‘rather numerous family’ seeks employment, 3 pages, List 15.

MATTHEWS, William A., Chiltern, 1862, formerly an auctioneer at Rutherglen, two letters, 8 pages, List 34.

MAUNDER, W.M., Collingwood, 1860, for clerkship, 2 pages, List 23.

MAUNSELL, George, Moama, NSW, 1861, is a Commissioner of the Supreme Court there, seeks similar appointment.  4 pages, List 32.

MAXEY, W.G., North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

MAXWELL, Gustave, Hulk Lysander, 1857; has been advised his services will no longer be required, seeks another appointment, formerly in R.N.  4 pages, List 3.

MAY, J.M., Sydney, 1857, for Inspector General of Penal Establishments.  3 pages, List 3.

MAY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 6 pages, List 7.

MAYNARD, George, Geelong, 1858, for bailiff for insolvency court, 2 pages, List 5.

MAYNARD, George, Geelong, 1859, for messenger at insolvency court, 2 pages, List 6.

MAYNARD, George, Maryborough, 1859, for Bailiff, 2 pages, List 10.

MAYNE, Robert, Keilor, 1859, formerly managed a sugar plantation in Jamaica, brother in law is Gustavus Wade, 3 pages, List 8.

MEADE, Henry White, Ragland, 1857, appointed temporarily, seeks permanent position, references on file, 5 pages, List 40.

MEADE, Robert Garnsey, Longwood, 1859, for electoral position, 3 pages, List 6.

MEDCALF, Charles, 1860, for Bailiff at County Court, has a reference from Dublin (not on file).  2 pages.

MEGSON, Canora/Canon (?) Melbourne, 1860, seeks another government position in Geelong, 3 pages, List 24.

MERIGA, Antonio Giovani, Daylesford, 1857, born Cyprus, speaks 6 languages, for position as interpreter, 3 pages, List 36.

MERMELSTEIN, Isaac, St. Kilda National School, 1858, for interpreter; copy of testimonial gives background.  5 pages, List 4.

MEYERSTEIN, Edward, Melbourne, 1857, for government interpreter, 2 pages, another letter giving more detail, with memorial in support, 6 pages, List 36.

MIDDLEMISS, John, Geelong, 1857, for appointment in emigration service, was born in south of Scotland.  3 pages. List 2. CONNECTION FOUND

MIDDLEMISS, John, Geelong, 1860, for employment, is secretary of Geelong hospital, references on file, 7 pages, List 24.

MIDDLETON, Alexander G., North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; associated with the press, studying at the University, 4 pages, List 4.

MIDDLETON, Herbert, Melbourne, 1857; formerly a Gold Commissioner and prior to that in Royal Artillery, seeks re-employment.  3 pages, List 3.

MIDGLEY, Frederick, Buninyong, 1856, served in 21st Fusiliers for nearly 12 yrs, was chief constable in Launceston for 9 yrs, resigned in 1850.  Police Magistrate Panton forwards to department.  4 pages.  CONNECTION FOUND

MILEMORE, William Isaac, Brighton, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

MILLAR, Archibald.  William Westgarth writes on his behalf, 1856, 3 pages, List 4.

MILLER, Robert Clarke, Castlemaine, 1857, head turnkey at gaol there, seeks position as Keeper of Powder Magazine; two references on file.  6 pages, List 3.

MILLER, Robert Clarke, Castlemaine, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, 4 pages, List 4.

MILLETT, William, St. Arnaud, 1858, formerly a J.P. in Trinidad, seeks paid position as Magistrate, 3 pages, List 6.

MILNE, George M., Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 38.

MINAHAN, John C., Sandhurst, 1860, for employment, just out of hospital, 4 pages, pages, List 24.

MINAHAN, John C., New Inglewood, for employment, acquainted with mining, has been a salesman, 7 pages, List 34.

MINCHIN, C.W., Melbourne, 1854, held temporary position as CPS at Creswick, seeks another appointment.  11 pages.

MINZIES, A.R., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, two letters, 5 pages, List 7.

MISKELLY, John, Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, reference on file, 4 pages, List 36.

MISKIN, Joseph S., Colac, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 34.

MITCHELL, A.M., Geelong, 1862, a legal clerk, for employment under Real Property Act, 2 letters, 6 pages, List 30.

MITCHELL, Charles E.B., Melbourne, 1857, applies for position as Keeper of Powder Magazine, encloses English references which confirm his employment back to 1830; file also details his previous dismissal for drunkenness.  18 pages,  List 2.

MITCHELL, J. Scott, no address, 1862, brother in law of M.L. King, for employment, 2 pages, List 27.

MITCHELL, R.B., Collingwood, 1857, a son of the late Col. Sir Thomas Mitchell, has finished his education in England – for a clerkship.  3 pages, List 2.

MITCHELL, R.B., Collingwood, 1857, ditto, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 39.

MOLESWORTH, Robert, solicitor general, 1856, recommending Henry POOLE for employment under new Electoral Act.

MOLONY, Arthur Knox, no address, 1857, accustomed to a seafaring life, seeks position in water police.  2 pages, List 2.

MONAHAN, W.C., Collingwood, 1853, for position as a draftsman, father had letters of introduction to Redmond Barry, 2 pages, List 15.

MONCKTON, F.O., Melbourne, 1857, has temporary, seeks permanent one, 2 pages, List 38.

MONCKTON, F.O., Back Creek, 1859, in government service, seeks promotion, 3 pages, List 22.

MONCKTON, Frederick O., Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of the Bench at Heidelberg, 2 pages, List 41.

MONCKTON, Frederick Odell, Back Creek, 1860, in government service, applies for additional appointment, 6 pages, List 19.

MONCKTON, Frederick Odell, Back Creek, 1860, for government employment, 2 pages, List 20.

MONTGOMERY, James, Melbourne, 1858, for Police Magistrate, formerly magistrate at Warrnambool, 3 pages, List 34.

MONTGOMERY, James, Melbourne 1859, seeks position as police magistrate, formerly Crown Solicitor.  Gives background, 3 pages, List 19.

MONTGOMERY, R., Maryborough, 1860, is Clerk of Petty Sessions there, asks promotion, gives government employment history from 1841, 5 pages, List 21.

MONTGOMERY, R., Maryborough, 1860, for Clerk of the Peace, is CPS there, 3 pages, List 25.

MONTGOMERY, Richard, Maryborough, 1860, for Clerk of County Court, reference from F.CALL on file, 4 pages.

MOOLE, [?] Robert, Geelong, 1860, formerly storekeeper at Pentridge, but retrenched, seeks re-employment, 3 pages, List 21.

MOORE, B.H., Melbourne, 1857; is messenger in parliamentary library, seeks a more suitable appointment.  4 pages, List 3.

MOORE, B.H., Melbourne, 1857, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 4.

MOORE, John, Pitfield, 1861, for employment as a clerk.  List 28

MOORE, John Jnr., Audit Office, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 3 pages, List 33.

MOORE, Robert, Geelong, 1860, for re-employment, formerly in penal department, reference on file, 3 pages, List 24.

MOORE, Stephen P., Dunolly, 1863, for assistant Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 4 pages, List 35.

MORAN, Thomas J., Melbourne, 1858, for clerkship, worked for a solicitor for 5 years, 2 pages, List 41.

MORAN, Thomas J., Crown Solicitor’s Office, Melbourne, 1859, for a clerkship elsewhere, 2 pages, List 6.

MORAN, Thomas J., Melbourne, 1859, for clerkship in Crown Law Offices, gives employment history, 3 pages, List 8.

MORAN, Thomas J., Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 23.

MOREY, Ed., Heidelberg, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is postmaster there.  2 pages, List 4.

MORGAN, J., Melbourne, 1858; currently in Immigration Office, but is going to be retrenched, seeks another appointment, reference on file gives his background, has a wife and family, arrived 1852.  4 pages, List 14.

MORGAN, James, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of the Bench, formerly in government service, but retrenched.  2 pages, List 6.

MORISON, Thomas Coutts, Creswick and Melbourne, two letters and printed testimonials, son of Sir. Alex.  18 pages, List 39. CONNECTION FOUND

MORRICE, Robert, Whipstick Diggings, 1857, for Warden on Buckland River or other goldfields.  3 pages, List 3.

MORROW, Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act.  2 pages, List 4.

MORTON, William, surgeon, Indigo goldfield, for coroner there, testimonials from Ireland and Leeds on file, 7 pages, List 8.

MOSELEY, Alfred, North Melbourne, 1861, for employment at Maryborough, 3 pages, List 32.

MOSTYN, T.W. Melbourne, 1856, acknowledges receipt of letter advising that his name has been placed on list for employment; has a wife and children in a ‘most deplorable condition’.  3 pages, List 2.

MULCAHY, Cornelius, North Melbourne, 1858, for bailiff at county court, held position before, 7 pages, List 5.

MULCAHY, Cornelius, North Melbourne, 1859, for position in railways, 2 pages, List 11.

MULLIGAN, J.A., Clerk of Petty Sessions Indigo, 1860, for promotion, reference on file, 8 pages, List 24.

MUNCE, William Radcliff, Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at North Melbourne, 2 pages, List 20.

MUNCE, W.R., North Melbourne, 1860, refers to his previous application, 3 pages, List 21.

MUNDELL, James, South Yarra, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; a resident of sixteen years, 6 pages, List 4.

MURPHY, Denis, North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, two applications, 5 pages, List 7.

MURPHY, Denis, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, references on file, including one from Redmond Barry; was a porter at the University, married.  8 pages, List 19.

MURPHY, Denis, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, has been in government employ for nine years, 2 pages, List 20.

MURPHY, Denis, Melbourne, 1860, two letters, formerly porter at the University, interesting reference on file, 7 pages, List 21.

MURPHY, Maurice Bleaney, Yangery, Warrnambool, 1862, for employment, 3 pages, List 30.  CONNECTION FOUND

MURPHY, Patrick F., Beechworth, 1857; two letters, for Sub Warden or Crown Bailiff there, 6 pages, List 3.

MURPHY, Washington, Wahgunyah, 1859, for Coroner at Beechworth, previously held position, is an M.D. (Dublin). 4 pages, List 8.

MURRAY, James, Westernport near Berwick, 1861, for Warden of the goldfields, 3 pages, List 26.

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NAGLE, Garrett Flood, Inglewood, 1861, for employment, 3 pages, List 26.

NAGLE, Garrett Flood, Inglewood, 1862, for employment, 3 pages, List 27.

NANTES, Charles, Geelong, 1856, for employment as official director of Geelong & Melb Railway Co.

NASH, James, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, is an attorney, 2 pages, List 17.

NASH, James, Melbourne, 1862, a solicitor, for employment under Real Property Act, 3 pages, List 30.

NASH, W.H., Sandy Creek near Newbridge, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, references from locals on file, held similar position interstate.  4 pages, List 18.

NATION, W., Melbourne, 1856, formerly in S.A. government, applies for government position.  4 pages, List 2.

NETHERCOTT, E.G., Beechworth, 1857, recommendation from Claud Fairy for him to be bailiff there, 2 pages, List 39.

NETHERCOTT, E.G., Beechworth, 1860, for promotion, 4 pages, List 25.

NETHERWOOD, John B., Melbourne, 1861, for permanent employment, formerly in government service, references on file, 10 pages, List 32.

NETHERWOOD, J.B., Melbourne, 1861, for re-employment, references on file, 7 pages, List 33.

NEWLAND, David, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 9 pages, List 7.

NEWLAND, David, Collingwood, 1857, for appointment as clerk in census compilation, 3 pages, List 3.

NEWTON, William P., Prahran, 1857, 5 years in London Post Office, cousin a barrister in Norfolk, 3 pages, List 39.

NICHOLLS, Austin H., Melbourne, 1856, formerly in the post office, seeks re-employment, now 18 months since his discharge; renews application.  6 pages.

NICHOLLS, A.H., Melbourne, 1856, for registrarship of Melbourne University, is a graduate of Dublin University.

NICHOLS, W. Edward, Raglan, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, 3 pages, List 36

NICHOLSON, A., Audit Office Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 6.

NICHOLSON, Alexander, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, has had ‘a college education’, 5 pages, List 6.

NICHOLSON, Alexander, Melbourne, 1858, two letters seeking employment, 24 years, ‘good accountant’, 5 pages, List 40.

NICHOLSON, C.W., Castlemaine, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 38.

NICHOLSON, James M., Williamstown, 1853, for a surveyor’s position, has worked in the U.S., 3 pages, List 13

NIHIL, Cornelius, Geelong, 1860, for employment, 3 pages, List 21.

NIMMO, Robert, Kyneton, 1859, has sold his gold claim in Ballarat, seeks employment, gives background, 3 pages, List 8.

NIMON, James, Collingwood, 1860, for Crier in County Court, is an ex sergeant of police, references on file, 7 pages, List 20.

NIXON, William, Queenscliff, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 6 pages, List 4.

NOBLETT, George H. Gershon, Prahran, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House; testimonial enclosed.

NOLAN, James B., Melbourne, 1860, for appointment in solicitor general’s office, 3 pages.

NOLAN, James B., Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, 5 pages, List 20.

NOLAN, James B., Melbourne, for employment, 3 pages, List 20.

NOLAN, Michael, no address, 1857.  Was in army for nearly fifteen years, then in convict and customs departments, seeks government position, is in delicate health.  3 pages, List 3.

NORCOTT, H., Collingwood, 1857, for doorkeeper at Parliament House, is an old colonist, 3 pages, List 3.

NORCOTT, Henry.  H.W. Wills writes on his behalf in 1857; he is a son of the late Major General and brother of Colonel Norcott of the Rifle Brigade and a relation of Wills.  3 pages, List 3.

NORMAN, George, Melbourne, 1856, for employment as Messenger to Parliament, encloses reference.

NORMOYLE, John J., 1860, seeks promotion, gives background, copies of Irish references on file, 5 pages, List 23

NORRIS, Maurice E., North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

NORRIS, William Osborne, Melbourne, 1857, gives family background, was in civil service in Sydney, family arrived in Schomberg which was wrecked, letter from Peter Lalor on file, 10 pages, List 4.

NORRIS, William Osborne, Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 36.

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OAKES, John, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

OAKLEY, Augustus W., St. Arnaud, 1859, for employment, 2 pages, List 22.

OAKLEY, Augustus W., St. Arnaud, 1860, for employment, references on file, 4 pages, List 19.

O’BRIEN, Patrick, Castlemaine, 1858, for employment, 2 pages, List 37.

O’BRIEN, Patrick, Castlemaine, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 8.

OCOCK, Richard, Ballarat, two letters, for Chief Clerk, 6 pages, List 38.

O’CONNOR, Anthony, Melbourne, 1857, a solicitor, for deputy Sheriff, 3 pages, List 39.

O’CONNOR, Mortough¸Melbourne, 1857.  Is an old resident, member of Chamber of Commerce.  5 pages, List 3.

O’CONNOR, R., Sandhurst, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is a member of the local Court, 5 pages, List 4.

O’CONNOR, W.P., Melbourne, 1857, has a reference from the Marquis of Down (not on file), seeks government employment.  3 pages, List 3.

O’DELL, Thomas, Melbourne, 1851.  Lost his position as Landing Waiter due to ‘various acts of misconduct’.  Large file re his attempts to be reinstated or given other employment.

O’DONNELL, Francis, Rushworth, 1857, MRCSE, for public vaccinator there, 2 pages, List 4.

O’DONNELL, James, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 7 pages, List 4.

OGIER, T.C.H., Ballarat, 1857, for Judge of Court of Mines, 5 pages, List 38.

O’HARA, Henry Lewis, Ballarat, 1862, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 30.

O’HARA, Henry Lewis, Ballarat, 1862, a surgeon, for Coroner at Linton, 2 pages, List 34.

O’KEEFE, Edward, Sandhurst, 1859, for Warden there, has been involved in mining matters, 3 pages, List 8.

OLIVER, Daniel, Buninyong, 1859, has been temporarily employed there, seeks permanent position, 5 pages, List 12.

OLIVER, Daniel, Ballarat, 1862, for promotion, List 28

O’MALLEY, Edmund, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

O’MALLEY, Ed., Melbourne, 1862, for a clerkship, formerly in public service, 3 pages, List 34.

O’MALLEY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, List 7.

O’NEILL, John Campbell, Chiltern, 1860, for employment, 3 pages, List 21.

ONSLOW, N.H., Melbourne, 1851, for Inspector of Denominational Schools, educated at Rugby under Dr. Arnold and at Oxford University, then studied Law, then travelled in Europe and US and Canada.  Employed by solicitors, Melbourne.

ONSLOW, N.H., Sandhurst, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, Oxford graduate, gives employment history.  2 pages, List 4.

ONSLOW, N.H., Melbourne, 1860, for employment, Oxford graduate, gives background, 4 pages, List 23.

ONSLOW, R.H. [?] Melbourne, 1859, Oxford graduate, copies of references on file, 6 pages, List 17.

O’RAFFERTY, C.P., Melbourne, 1853, surveyor, has worked in India, 4 pages, List 13

ORDE, William B., Collingwood, 1861, for re-employment, 2 pages, List 33.

ORDE, William Beresford, East Collingwood, 1862, for re-employment, reference on file, 6 pages, List 29.

ORR, Charles Henry, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

O’SHEE, Edward, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

OVEREND, John, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger at County Court, gives employment history, married, Irish, 5 pages, List 21.

OXENHAM, William, Ballarat, 1859, for a clerkship (2 letters exactly the same), 4 pages, List 6.

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PADDON, H.J., Ballarat, 1858, for court keeper and crier there, lists previous government employment, 3 pages, List 5.

PALMER, John, 1857, for Bailiff at Dunolly, formerly Poundkeeper there, reference on file, 2 pages, List 36.

PANTON, J.A., Melbourne, 1862, took leave for personal reasons in 1858, seeks re-employment, 5 pages, List 27.

PAPINEAU, John, Sandy Creek, 1860, for employment, has been postmaster there, 2 pages, List 25.

PARKER, Edward, Mount Franklin, 1856, Protector of Aborigines, for Police Magistrate, 4 pages, List 40.

PARKER, Edward T. Sandhurst, 1854, formerly in post office, was dismissed, seeks consideration of his case, 2 pages.

PARKER, Edward Thos, Melbourne, renews application.  3 pages.

PARKER, Samuel, Melbourne, 1861, for sewerage engineer, 3 pages, List 31.

PARKER, Thomas, Smythes Creek, 1857, for clerk’s position, has served H.M. in all parts of the world as a non commissioned officer … married, 37 yrs.  3 pages, List 36.

PARTRIDGE, James, Bacchus Marsh, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 31.

PARTRIDGE, James, Bacchus Marsh, 1861, for Bailiff, 3 pages, 1 torn, List 33.

PATE, Daniel, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 4.

PATERSON, Francis, Queenscliff, 1860, two letters, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 23

PATERSON, Dr. Joseph, Flemington, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is practising in district, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

PATTERSON, Alex, Meredith, 1856 for deputy sheriff at Ballarat, encloses testimonial.

PATTERSON, George W., Melbourne, 1861, for vacancy in Prothonotary’s Office, is son of Dr. James, who writes in support, 4 pages, List 31.

PATTERSON, George W., Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 2 pages, List 27.

PATTERSON, Dr. James, Robe St., St. Kilda, 1860, for employment for 21 year old son George, 2 pages, List 25.

PAUL, James S., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 6 pages, List 4.

PAUL, James Stivens, Geelong, 1856 application for census collector.

PAYNE, Charles B., superintendent, Collingwood Stockade, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment; has served in Royal Navy for 15 years, gives background.  3 pages, List 2.

PAYNE, Charles B., St. Kilda, 1857, a J.P., for magistrate position, 2 pages, List 36.

PAYNE, Charles B., Collingwood Stockade 1857, position about to be abolished, seeks another, gives background, 5 pages, List 39.

PAYNTER, John B., Richmond, 1859, two letters seeking employment as Clerk of Petty Sessions, 6 pages, List 16.

PEARCE, Thomas.  Chief Warder, Richmond Stockade, 1854.  Asks another position as that one is being abolished.  7 pages, List 3.

PEARSE, George, Melbourne,1856, Legislative Council messenger, applies for position as housekeeper for Parliament House.

PEARSON, Henry M., Sale, 1858, for Bailiff, reference on file, 3 pages, List 35.

PEARSON, M.T., 1857, for Coroner at Castlemaine, an attorney, uncle Matthew a coroner in Yorkshire, 2 pages, List 39.

PEART, Mr.  John Pasco Fawkner recommends him, 1860, 2 pages, List 21.

PENDLETON, Henry L., Beechworth, 1854.  Appointed a supernumerary cadet in the police force, seeks a promotion.  4 pages, List 3.

PENNEFATHER, D., St. Kilda, 1856, late 40th Regt., for government appointment; two letters.  4 pages, List 2.

PENTLAND, William, Williamstown, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

PENTLAND, William, Williamstown, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 26.

PERCEVAL, John Spencer, Melbourne, 1860, for employment; is grandson of former British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval and was in British public service, 4 pages, List 24.

PERKIN, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, for clerkship; arrived 1852, employed in solicitor’s offices here and in U.K.  3 pages, List 40.

PERMIEN/PERMMIR ? H., Williamstown, 1853, position as a surveyor, has worked in India, 2 pages, List 13

PETERS, H.C., Sandhurst, l860 for Clerk of County Court, 7-8 yrs in govt service, all on goldfields, 3 pages.

PETERS, Hodson C., Heathcote, 1855, seeks position elsewhere as his position in the County Court there has been abolished.  6 pages, List 3.

PETHERICK, Peter John, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

PETTIFER, G., Sandhurst, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act.  2 pages, List 4.

PETTIT, John H.W., Tarraville, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 5 pages, List 7.

PHAIR, John, Melbourne, 1859, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 18.

PHELPS, R.V., Dunolly, 1861, is an attorney, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 32.

PHILLIPS, Charles, Dandenong, 1858, for coroner there, is a surgeon, 3 pages, List 5.

PHILLIPS, Charles, Dandenong, 1860, for coroner there, 1 page, List 20.

PHILLIPS, Charles H., 1858, currently a teacher at St. Paul’s school, brother James a wine merchant.  4 pages, List 14.

PHILLIPS, John, Ballarat, 1862, for Inspector of Mines, a mining surveyor, 3 pages, List 34.

PHILLIPS, Ph., Buninyong, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, attended University in Prussia, 3 pages, List 21.

PHILLIPS, Thomas, Fitzroy, 1861, formerly of Clonmore House Co Mayo Ireland, for employment for his three sons, gives background.  4 pages, List 31.

PHILP, Edward J.S., Collingwood, 1856, for employment as night watchman at Parliament House, two letters.

PHILP, James B., Melbourne, 1853, a draftsman, 1 page, List 15.

PHIPPS, William, Omeo, 1861. for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 33.

PHIPSON, J. Bond, Avoca, 1857, for another appointment, 2 pages, List 4.

PHIPSON, J. Bond, 1857, for re-employment, gives background, explanation as to his dismissal on file, 9 pages, List 36.

PHIPSON, John Bond, 1857, appointed to Avoca, but pay insufficient, begs for proper employment, 2 letters, 5 pages, List 39.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Collingwood, 1858, for work in Master in Equity’s office, 4 pages, List 4.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Collingwood, 1858, employed at Collingwood Observer, seeks Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1858, for employment, now editing a suburban newspaper, 5 pages, List 41.

PHIPSON, J. Bond., Melbourne, 1860, for employment, gives employment history in South Australia, 5 pages, List 20.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1860, for employment or assistance, is destitute, wife and children are starving, gives background, formerly wrote for Argus newspaper, 4 pages, List 25.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1861, has had temporary employment, now finishing, seeks more work, gives background, 2 letters, 8 pages, List 26.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1861, has temporary work which will soon cease, seeks permanent employment, gives background, 4 pages, List 31.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1861, will be gaoled for debt soon, appeals for help, 2 pages, List 33.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1862, has signed the pledge, seeks employment to ‘save me from this humiliating position’.  4 pages, List 29.

PHIPSON, John Bond, Melbourne, 1862, newspaper article he wrote, and notice to quit premises letter in file, with ‘certain documents belong to JB Phipson’ on front, 3 pages, List 34.

PICK, J.R., Castlemaine, 1857, reference from locals re his being appointed Keeper of Powder Magazine there, 2 pages, List 4.

PICTON, H.G., Melbourne, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 29.

PIERCE, John, North Melbourne, 1857, seeks an interview, is an applicant for the Immigration Commission. 2 pages.  List 2.

PIERCE, John, North Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 36.

PIERCE, John, Maryborough, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 22.

PIERCE, Walter Charles, Dunolly, 1860, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 23.

PIERCE, Walter Charles, South Melbourne, 1856, for Coroner, references on file, 8 pages, List 40.

PIGGOTT, Louis J., Melbourne, 1854, for his brother H.C. in post office.  3 pages.

PIGGOTT, Louis John, Melbourne, 1854, seeks a promotion for his brother in the post office.  4 pages.

PILLOW, Hampton, Collingwood, 1860, for Bailiff at County Court, two references on file.

PITT, Richard A., Mountain Creek, 1861, for employment as census collector, 3 pages, List 26.

PITTMAN, Joseph, Brighton, 1854, from 1843-53 supplied stationery etc. to government, disappointed that he was not chosen to head new government section, gives background.  8 pages.

PITTMAN, Joseph, South Yarra, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 3 pages, List 4.

PITTMAN, Joseph, Brighton, 1854, formerly held contract to supply stationery and bookbinding, asks appointment, 4 pages, List 40.

PLAISTED, Thomas, Melbourne, 1860, seeks promotion, 3 pages, List 23.

POGSON, Milward, Castlemaine, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there.  3 pages, List 3.

POHLMAN, F.R., Beaufort, 1862, one of the oldest magistrates, appointed 1847, seeks Melbourne position, 3 pages, List 27.

POOLE, David J., Melbourne, 1856, for government employment; arrived 1852 with brother C.J., who is now in the Crown Lands Office, they bought out letters of introduction to La Trobe.  ‘I have since been home and returned and was lately employed in the Census office’.

POOLE, David J.  Melbourne, 1856, for Powder Magazine Keeper, was a Naval Cadet and Midshipman; renews application 1857.  6 pages.

POOLE, George Herbert, Melbourne 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, references on file, 7 pages, List 40.

POOLE, W.N.  Thomas WARNER of Swanston St., writes that he has been a clerk in his office, 2 pages, List 36.

POPE, David, Dandenong, 1862, for Bailiff, reference on file, 3 pages, List 29.

PORRITT, Edmund G., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is a compositor, 2 pages, List 4.

PORTER, Arthur Thomas, Collingwood, 1856, for clerk in Legislative Assembly office.  2 pages. List 2.

PORTER, G. Wallich, East Melbourne, 1862, in colony over twenty years, two letters re employment under Real Property Act, 4 pages, List 30.

POUNDS, James Baker, Melbourne, 1856, for appointment in public service.

POWER, George, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, is rate collector there, 3 pages, List 4.

POWNALL, Thomas T., Castlemaine, 1858, for Bailiff at Maldon, 2 pages, List 35.

PRATT, William G., Beechworth, 1857, asks for employment for un-named brother, 2 pages, List 38.

PRENTICE, William, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, married, 3 pages, List 7.

PRESHAW, W.F., Castlemaine, 1857, forwards letter from John ROGERS, for position as registrar of horses.  5 pages, List 2.

PRICE, Alfred, Castlemaine, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Newstead, 2 pages, List 33.

PRICE, George Augustus, Melbourne, for clerkship, 2 letters, one damaged, 8 pages, List 36.

PRICE, George Augustus, Melbourne, 1857m, for Bailiff, 1 page, List 39.

PRICE, John, Collingwood, 1859, for position for himself and wife as messenger and office keeper at Master in Equity department.  2 pages, List 11.

PRIDHAM, Charles, Maldon, 1854, for P.M. at Avoca, member of the English Bar.  2 pages.

PRIDHAM, Charles, Melbourne, 1858, for position in Gippsland, 1 page, List 41.

PRIDHAM, Robert, Heidelberg, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 4.

PRITCHARD, William B., Ballarat, 1858, for court keeper and crier there, references on file, 6 pages, List 5.

PRITCHARD, William Breedham, Ballarat, 1859, for Court Keeper at Ararat, reference on file, 5 pages, List 11.

PROBST, D.M., Melbourne, 1856, formerly worked in Gold Fields office, seeks re-appointment, 2 pages, List 4.

PROBST, D.M.R., Collingwood, 1859, for messenger to the Master in Equity, 4 pages, List 8.

PROBST, D.R., 1860, for employment, 6 pages, List 21.

PROBERT, Thomas Henry, Melbourne, 1854.  Applies for position as Clerk of Petty Sessions at Wedderburn; he is on the roll of Attornies in England.  6 pages, List 3.

PROPHET, D., Collingwood, 1857, business card on file, formerly solicitor Inverness Scotland, married, two children, 45 years etc., 6 pages, List 4.

PROPHET, D., Melbourne, 1857, complains his reference not returned, 2 pages, List 38.

PROPHET, D., Melbourne, 1857, formerly a solicitor in Scotland, experienced account, gives background, 3 pages, List 39.

PROPHET, D.  Town Clerk, St. Kilda, 1858, for government employment, 4 pages, List 41.

PROPHET, D., Melbourne, 1859, solicitor from Scotland, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 18.

PROPHET, D., Melbourne, 1860, for employment, 3 pages, List 21.

PROPHET, D., South Yarra, 1861, for employment, 3 pages, List 33.

PROPHET, D., Brighton, 1862, recently appointed town clerk there, but prefers government employment, 2 pages, List 30.

PRYCE, Robert Septimus, Westbury, Tasmania, 1857; formerly chief clerk in convict department at Launceston, encloses references, seeks government employment.  10 pages, List 3.

PURCELL, Charles P., Melbourne, 1862, solicitor, for employment under Real Property Act, 3 pages, List 30.

PURCELL, Philip, Geelong, 1861, for employment, 3 pages, List 28

PURCELL, Phillip, South Brighton, 1862, for labouring/gardening work, 3 pages, List 34.

PYE, William Robinson, South Melbourne, 1859, for employment, 2 pages, List 9.

QUAIN, Frederick, Melbourne, 1859, has had 6-7 years in colony, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 6.

QUIN, John P., North Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, an attorney, references on file, 12 pages, List 7.

QUIN, John P., North Melbourne, 1858, for clerkship in attorney general’s department, copies of references on file, 5 pages; further application, is an attorney from Co. Kilkenny, 2 pages, List 4.

QUIN, John P., Brunswick, 1859, is an attorney, for employment, 3 pages, List 17.

QUIN, John P., Brunswick, 1860, renews application for employment, 3 pages, List 20.

QUINAN, Richard,  Geelong, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Colac, 2 pages, List 36.

QUINAN, Richard, Steiglitz, 1858, for clerkship in County Court at Geelong, 2 pages, List 5.

QUINAN, Richard, 1860, recommended by Geelong police magistrate, 3 pages, List 24.

QUINN, James, Melbourne, 1854, late Clerk of Works Portland, seeks another appointment. 3 pages.

QUIRK, John C., no address, 1859, for police force, 2 pages, List 8.

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RADCLIFFE, Henry H., Inglewood, 1860, for coroner there; formerly Hon. Surgeon at Liverpool Dispensaries etc.,4 pages of printed testimonials on file.  6 pages.

RADCLIFFE, H.H., Back Creek, 1860, for coroner; gives background, printed testimonials on file, 6 pages, List 19.

RADFORD, Caleb, Casterton, 1858, for position as coroner there, 2 pages, List 5.

RADFORD, Caleb, Casterton, 1858, for coroner there, memorial from residents, 12 pages, List 5.

RANKIN, Dr.  Robert Gillespie of Buninyong nominates him as Coroner in 1862, 4 pages, List 27.

RAVEN, Charles H., St. Arnaud, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 19.

REA, Thomas, Duneed, 1857, dismissed from position as postmaster and registrar of births and deaths, seeks reinstatement.  7 pages, List 2.

READ, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, is in government service, 3 pages, List 7.

REED, Frederick Daniel, Ballarat, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, father was an excise officer, uncle in police force in England, 4 pages, List 39.

REFORD, Frederick A., Melbourne, 1854, was in 7th Regiment, briefly in police force, seeks another appointment.  5 pages.

REGENT, Clarence, George Town V.D.L.,1856, for appointment as superintendent of light house on King Island.

REID, James, South Yarra, 1858, formerly in Audit department, resigned due to ill health; seeks another appointment, 4 pages, List 15.

REID, James.  William Hull writes on his behalf from Richmond in 1858 recently arrived from London, 2 pages, List 40.

REID, William F.  Nth Melbourne, 1857.  Has just discharged the duties of Sub-Enumerator to the Census Commission, seeks further employment.  3 pages.

REID, William Fergusson, North Melbourne, 1857, formerly chairman of the City Surveyor’s Office, but that position has been abolished, now seeks government employment.  2 pages, List 2.

REUSS, Ferdinand H., Melbourne, 1853, surveyor/engineer, copies of testimonials on file, 4 pages, List 13

RICHARDS, George, Carisbrook, 1860, is bailiff there, but low fees mean his salary is insufficient, 4 pages, List 21.

RICHARDS, Thomas, Sandridge, 1860, for a clerkship, formerly in census department, several letters, 12 pages, List 24.

RICHARDS, Thomas, Sandridge, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, formerly in public service, 3 pages, List 25.

RICHARDS, Thomas, Sandridge, 1861, two letters re re-employment, was on census staff, 7 pages, List 33.

RICHARDS, Thomas, Melbourne, 1861, for re-employment, was on census staff, 4 pages, List 33.

RICHARDSON, Andrew, Geelong, 1852; W. Westgarth writs on his behalf, is from Edinburgh, 2 pages, List 13

RICHARDSON, George, Brunswick, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.

RICHARDSON, George, Brunswick, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 39.

RICHES, John, Chief Officer, Brig Pacifies, 1854, seeks appointment as a pilot.  5 pages,  List 3.

RICHEY & MARSHALL, newsagents, Chinamans, Maryborough, 1857.  Offer themselves as census enumerators.  2 pages, List 2.

RICKARDS, P.O. [Prideaux Owen], Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 25.

RICKARDS, Samuel, Melbourne, 1854, has been unemployed for 12 months, has lost 2 children; his grandfather was John Gisborne, known to Mr. Childers.  2 pages.

RICKETTS, W. Vincent, Barrabool Hills, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

RIGBY, G. Owen, Northcote, 1857, for Coroner at Gisborne, 2 pages, List 39.

RING, Richard, late Captain 60th Regiment, 1856, wishes to obtain employment for Robert BERRY, ‘late clerk of Messrs Adamson Finley & Co.,’ who have failed.  Ring lists his own relatives and their military connections.

RING, Richard, Collingwood, 1856, formerly in army, 2 pages, List 40.

RING, Richard Babington, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in government employ, 3 pages, List 7.

RING, Richard Babington, Melbourne, 1860, for employment, reference on file, 5 pages, List 24.

RING, Richard York, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; late Captain 60th Regiment, 5 pages, List 4.

RING, Richard York, Melbourne, 1858, for employment ‘has seen better days’ copies of references on file, Irish, voted Freeman of the City of Dublin in 1822.  4 pages, List 40.

RIVERS, G., North Melbourne, 1857, formerly a chief steward, for employment as manager of refreshment rooms at Parliament House, 2 pages, List 4.

RIX, Thomas, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

ROACH, James, Melbourne, 1857, previously in government service in NSW, one of the oldest colonists, encloses copies of various references.  6 pages. List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND.

ROACH, John, Melbourne, 1857, for appointment in convict department, has previously been employed in government.  2 pages. List 2.  CONNECTION FOUND.

ROACH, John, Melbourne, 1858, one one of the oldest residents in the Colony, has served in public service in other colonies, 3 pages, List 40.  CONNECTION FOUND.

ROBERTS, A., Melbourne, 1858, for a clerkship, has been in Adelaide, 2 pages, List 14.

ROBERTS, Charles W. South Melbourne, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act. Formerly employed as chief officer of Laelia surveying cutter.

ROBERTS, Henry Hill, County Court Geelong, 1860, for Clerk of County Court, encloses references 5 pages.

ROBERTS, Henry Hill, Geelong, 1860, for promotion, 2 pages, List 24.

ROBERTS, Henry Hill, Geelong, 1860, for Portland position, reference on file, 3 pages, List 25.

ROBERTS, John S., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

ROBERTS, R.A. Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act, testimonial enclosed.

ROBERTSON, Archibald M., Melbourne, 1856, application for employment, served in colonial treasury office, in 1849/50.

ROBERTSON, Charles Grant, St. Kilda, 1863, resigned from government service because of ill-health but now ‘completely renovated’ and seeks re-employment.  2 pages, List 35.

ROBERTSON, Francis, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

ROBERTSON, James, Melbourne, 1860, clerk in county court Geelong, recommendation from Judge WRIXON on file, 10 pages.

ROBERTSON, James, Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, 2 pages, List 23.

ROBERTSON, James, Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, served in NSW government, references on file, 6 pages, List 24.

ROBERTSON, James, St. Kilda, 1862, for promotion, is Clerk of Petty Sessions there, reference on file, 4 pages, List 27.

ROBERTSON, Thomas, Melbourne, 1857; for appointment as Marine Inspector of Steam Vessels, has commanded Steamers in England and elsewhere for ten years.  2 pages, List 3.

ROBINSON, Blakiston, Melbourne, 1859, for clerkship, 3 pages, List 11.

ROBINSON, James G., Cape Schank, for Collector of Customs there, 3 pages, List 14.

ROBINSON, Matthew, Bothwell Tasmania, 1862, recommends William E. DAVIDSON for employment, a relative in Victoria.

ROBINSON, Moses, North Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, 3 pages, List 19.

ROBINSON, Robert, Castlemaine, 1856, for Coroner, is a surgeon, 2 pages, List 40.

ROBINSON, William, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act; ‘having been connected with Registration Societies for the last fifteen years’.

ROBINSON, William, Melbourne, 1857, for appointment in Chief Secretary’s Department, has been secretary to Societies in England.  2 pages, List 3.

ROCHE, Joseph N., Melbourne, 1853, is a surveyor, has worked in England, 3 pages, List 13

ROCHFORT, Singleton, Melbourne, 1858, has been at the New Zealand Bar, 2 pages, List 37.

ROCHFORT, Singleton, Melbourne, 1861, for employment, 3 pages, List 25

ROGERS, John, Castlemaine, 1857, was a practising Proctor in Ireland, reference on file, 4 pages, List 36.

ROGERS, J.W., Melbourne, 1857, called to the Bar 1846, gives background, for Judge of Court of Mines, 5 pages, List 38.

RONALDSON, Daniel, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 2 pages, List 4.

RONAYNE, David, Collingwood, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House, 4 pages.  List 2.

ROSE, Frederick G., Amherst, 1861, for Coroner, 4 pages, List 26.

ROSS, Andrew, Kangaroo Ground, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is deputy registrar, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

ROSS, David Hume, Melbourne, 1857, is the last male descendant of historian David Hume, gives family and employment history.  6 pages, List 3.

ROSS, David Hume, Melbourne, 1858, for any government position, old naval officer, gives genealogy.  3 pages, List 5.

ROSS, David Hume, Head Master, St. Patrick’s school, reference on file, for employment, 3 pages.  Further letter, 2 pages, List 34

ROSS, David Hume, Melbourne, 1858, gives personal and employment background, disowned by family upon conversion to Catholicism etc., 5 pages, List 35.

ROSS, David Hume, Chilwell, Geelong, 1857, for employment, gives background, 4 pages, List 36

ROWAN, Joseph, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of court of Mines at Ballarat, 2 pages, List 34

ROWAN, Joseph, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 37.

ROWAN, Joseph, Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, has held similar positions, 3 pages, List 6.

ROWELL, Richard, Melbourne, 1858, principal clerk to Mr. Piggott of the Equity Bar, London for over 20 years, details activities, 2 pages, List 41.

RUCK, Henry, Sandridge, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; formerly in government employ, reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

RUDD, A.H., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

RUDD, A.H., St. Kilda, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine at Castlemaine, has a wife and large family, letter in support from Geelong employer.  4 pages, List 2.

RUDD, A.H., St. Kilda, 1857, for Keeper of the Powder Magazine at Castlemaine.  4 pages,  List 2.

RUDD, A.H., St. Kilda, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Dunolly, 1 page, List 39.

RUDD, A.H.  Melbourne, 1858, reference from someone with illegible signature, 1 page, List 40.

RUNIGER, T. Wilkinson, Melbourne, 1853, applies for position as surveyor, lists work experience, 24pages, List 13.

RUSHWORTH, Henry, 1858, a clerk in the penal department; reductions mean he will be dismissed, seeks another appointment, 3 pages, List 5.

RUSHWORTH, Henry, Melbourne, 1862, in service, seeks higher position, reference on file, 10 pages, List 26.

RUSSELL, Charles J.W., Bendigo, 1853; arrived as engineer to a gold mining company, has 22 years experience as a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

RUTHERFORD, Frederick, Melbourne, 1862, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 26.

RUTTER, G., Melbourne, 1861, for employment, is a solicitor, 2 pages, List 25.

RUTTER, G.O., Melbourne, solicitor, l860, for Clerk of County Court, gives qualifications, 3 pages.

RUTTER, George O., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, 1 page, List 39.

RYAN, John S., North Melbourne, 1857, married, for government employment.  Two letters, 6 pages, List 3.

RYAN, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, for messenger at Parliament House; is a discharged musician from 1st Batt. Of 60th Rifles, was at Woolwich in 1840.  3 pages.

RYAN, Thomas John, Kilmore, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 7 pages, List 4.

RYCE, James, Ballarat, 1857, for census collector there.  2 pages, List 2.

RYLAND, D.B., Chewton, 1861, is Town Clerk there, seeks government employment, 2 pages, List 30.

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ST. CLAIR, George, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly Chief Constable at Benalla, 2 pages, List 7.

SABINE, J., Tarrangower Diggings, 1854.  An M.D., he applies for position as Corner there.  5 pages, List 3.

SADLER, Richard, Buninyong, 1857, for government employment, is known to the O’Shannassy family.  3 pages, List 2.

SAENGER, Louis, Smythesdale, 1859, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 12.

SAENGER, Louis, MD, Smythesdale, 1859, renews application for Coroner, 2 pages, another letter, 2 pages, List 22.

SALOMO, John, Maryborough, 1861, for employment, reference on file, 2 pages, List 32.

SALTER, Charles, Geelong, 1857, for appointment for his 18 year old son.  2 pages, List 2.

SAMUEL, S.J., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; gives background, 3 pages, List 4.

SANDERSON, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 3 pages, List 4.

SANDFORD, Edward, Melbourne, 1862, for employment under Real Property Act, 2 pages, List 30.

SARGENT, John Thomas, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

SARGENT, P.S., Melbourne, 1859, for bailiff’s position at Benalla, 3 pages, List 16.

SARGOOD, F.J., Melbourne, 1856, letter in support of William BALLINGALL, ‘he has been unsuccessful in agricultural pursuits’, seeking position as messenger.  6 pages, List 2.

SAUNDERS, Francis Alexander, Hamilton, 1859, for Bailiff there, references on file, gives background, 9 pages, List 18.

SAVAGE, Robert, Melbourne, for employment, reference from Charles Wedge who has known him for more than 15 years, 3 pages, List 37.

SAVAGE, Robert, Melbourne, 1856, for re-employment in service, 2 pages, List 39.

SCARLETT, John, Stanley, 1860, for employment as promoter of colony in U.K., 3 pages, pages, List 24.

SCHMIDT, R.W., Dunolly, 1856, for vaccinator and deputy registrar of births.  3 pages, List 2.

SCHMIDT, Richard William, Sandy Creek, 1859, for Coroner, petition in support from locals, 7 pages, List 17.

SCHOFIELD, Andrew, Queenscliff, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 36.

SCHOFIELD, Andrew, Melbourne, 1862, a solicitor in practice since 1854, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 27.

SCOTCHMER, William Miller, Collingwood, 1856. For employment under new Electoral Act.

SCOTT, James Robert, Melbourne, 1860, for a clerkship, formerly in British army, fought in Crimea War.  3 pages, List 23

SCOTT, Richard, Melbourne, 1856.  For employment under new Electoral Act.  Had a reference from the Governor of Adelaide.

SCOTT, Robert, formerly of P.O. Ballarat, 1856; applies for employment as Keeper of the Powder Magazine there.

SCONCE, Clement, Melbourne 1857, for Coroner, held government position but was retrenched, 2 pages, List 40.

SCRIVENER, Francis E., Melbourne, 1856; seeks government situation.  3 pages, List 2.

SCRIVENOR, Frances E., Melbourne, 1857, for employment, has been in a legal office, 4 pages, List 36.

SCRIVENOR, Francis Edward, Melbourne, 1862, for employment, 3 pages, List 34.

SCRIVENOR, Francis E., Collingwood, 1859; for clerical position, 3 pages, List 6.

SCRIVENOR, Francis E., Melbourne, 1858, gives detail of previous employment, 4 pages, List 41.

SEARLE, Henry, Nth Melbourne, 1860, for position in Insolvent Court, formerly in service of Judge Redmond Barry, 2 pages.

SEARLE, Henry, North Melbourne, 1862, for messenger’s position, old servant of Sir R. Barry, 2 pages, List 27.

SEDDON, Arthur, Melbourne, 1862, for employment under Real Property Act, 2 pages, List 30.

SELBY, James, Hepburn, 1859, for Coroner, petition from residents in support, copy of newspaper item, printed testimonials on file, 17 pages, List 10.

SELBY, James, Hepburn, 1860, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 23

SELL, John, Windsor, 1859, for position in courts, 3 pages, List 6.

SELWOOD, Alfred, Melbourne, 1851, for Messenger at the Flagstaff, held position for nearly 7 yrs, until position not required.  Has heard a vacancy is likely to occur.  ‘This man’s unfortunate appearance is enough to incapacitate him for the employment’.

SEWELL, William, Ballarat, 1857, seeks promotion, is in Sub Treasury.  3 pages, List 3.

SHARP, Joseph, Cardigan St., 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

SHARPE, George S., Buchan, 1858.  For Clerk of the Bench, is a long time resident in area, reference on file, 4 pages, List 35.

SHARPE, George S., Lucknow, 1860.  For Clerk of Petty Sessions at Mitchell River; five page memorial from local residents re establishing a court there is also on file.  8 pages, List 22.

SHARPE, V., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, gives employment history, 11 pages, List 4.

SHAW, Henry, Sandhurst, 1860, for a clerkship, 2 pages, List 20.

SHAW, L. Joseph, Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, is a surveyor and civil engineer, reference from brother on file, 3 pages, List 7.

SHAW, W., Eden, Two Fold Bay, 1860, for appointment as Commissioner for taking Affidavits, is starting a newspaper there.  2 pages, List 22.

SHEAHAN, Edward, Melbourne, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

SHEE, E.O,.  Prothonotary’s Office, 1860, applies for any position in County Court, gives current salary.  3 pages.

SHEE, E.O., Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 3 pages, List 27.

SHEE, E.O., Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, reference on file, 7 pages, List 29.

SHEE, Edward O., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

SHEE, Edward O., Melbourne, for promotion, reference on file, 8 pages, List 29.

SHEE, Edward Ohe, Melbourne, 1858, for a permanent position in Master in Equity’s office, 4 pages, List 4.

SHEE, Edward Ohe, Melbourne, 1860; seeks promotion, List 19.

SHEE, Edward Ohe, Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, 3 pages, List 23.

SHEE, Edward O., Melbourne 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions Emerald Hill, 4 pages, List 33.

SHEE, Edward Ohe, Melbourne, 1862, for Clerk of Petty Sessions Brighton, 4 pages, List 26.

SHEPHERD, Edwin Perkins, 1857.  For employment, numerous references and a petition in support on file, 21 pages, List 36

SHEPPARD, George P., Melbourne, 1853, is a pension of the H.E.I.C., gives background, 2 pages, List 15.

SHEPPERD, Richard William, Castlemaine, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 6 pages, List 4.

SHERIDAN, Robert.  Bacchus Marsh, 1856, for Inspector under the Scab Act, 3 pages, List 40.

SHERLOCK, – Mrs.  1856.  Letter in support of her application for housekeeper at Parliament House from William H. Buckley.  2 pages, List 2.

SHERWIN, George, Plenty, 1856, for Police Magistrate, 3 pages, List 40.

SHERLOCK, Charles E., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 3 pages, List 4.

SHERRIN, Daniel, Geelong, 1857, has had legal experience, 2 letters, 4 pages, List 39.

SHIMMIN, Phillip, 1858.  Formerly in Sheriff’s office at Castlemaine, forced to resign when became insolvent, seeks another position.  5 pages, List 5.

SHOVELBOTTOM, George, 1858, recommended for Curator of Intestate Estates, 2 pages, List 41.

SIEVWRIGHT, Marcus, Melbourne, 1857, for Crown Solicitor, 6 pages, List 39.

SIEVWRIGHT, Marcus, Melbourne, 1862, for employment under Real Property Act, 3 pages, List 30.

SILVERMAN, James, Melbourne, 1857, MD, born Russia, gives background, wife has left him, he is destitute, seeks appointment, 4 pages, List 4.

SILVESTER, H.W., Melbourne, 1857; for government employment, encloses references from England.  4 pages, List 3.

SILVESTER, John, Melbourne, 1856, Sunday School teacher, known to Dean of Melbourne, “lost dear wife last August”, out of work, badly off, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 40.

SIMMONDS, John, Brighton, 1857; is Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths there, seeks appointment as Registrar of Electoral Roll.  2 pages, List 3.

SIMPSON, John, Melbourne, 1857, for clerkship, was in ‘a lawyer’s office in the Old Country’, in colony 9 months, 2 pages, List 36.

SINCLAIR, Peter, Collingwood, 1858, has a wife and family to support, brother John a contractor in Melbourne, 2 pages, List 40.

SINGLETON, E., Queenscliff, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 36.

SINGLETON, Edward, Queenscliff, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 14 pages, List 23

SINGLETON, Richard, Melbourne, 1861, for employment, acquainted with Sir Wm Stawell and Hugh Glass, 4 pages, List 26.

SINGLETON, T.A., Kilmore, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; father is Rev William, 3 pages, List 4.

SING SONG, Charles, Daylesford, 1861, Chinese, for interpreter position, has served previously.  3 pages, List 32.

SKEELES/SHEELES, Richard Henry, 1855.  Rev James Darling, Nth Melbourne, recommends him ‘a youth of respectable parents’, 2 pages, List 40.

SKELLETT, William Pickering, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger’s position, 2 pages, List 19.

SLATTERY, John, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, held similar position interstate, 5 pages, List 7.

SLOAN, Robert E., Melbourne, 1856, civil engineer and architect, Irish, references on file, 3 pages, List 40.

SMALL, J.W., Melbourne, 1861, for vacancy in Prothonotary’s Office, List 31.

SMALPAGE, Mordaunt, Carlsruhe, 1856, applies to become second in command of the Water Police, 1 page, List 40.

SMITH, Charles, Prahran, 1859, for position as Clerk of Petty Sessions, is editor of local paper, 5 pages, List 16.

SMITH, Edmund, Warrnambool, 1862, for employment for his two sons Spencer and Sydney, reference from clergyman on file, 5 pages, List 34.

SMITH, Edward Herbert, Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

SMITH, Henry J., Mt. Ararat, 1858, for clerk of the Court of Mines ‘was for some time connected with the law in England (although not a practitioner) ‘ can produce reference from Kidderminster M.P.  2 pages, List 41.

SMITH, John, Melbourne, 1857, for accountant in office of chief commissioner of police; gives employment history, now in Post Office.  3 pages, List 2.

SMITH, John Taylor, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.

SMITH, Joseph, Collingwood, 1853, for Inspector of Roads, late of Kendal England, 2 pages, List 15.

SMITH, Malcolm H., superintendent of Hulk Sacramento, applies for Inspector General of Penal Establishment; gives background.  4 pages, List 2.

SMITH, Richard, Melbourne, 1862, seeks re-employment in service, 2 pages, List 28.

SMITH, Richard J., Noarth Melbourne, for employment, 2 pages, List 32.

SMITH, Ronald O.E., Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

SMITH, Thomas M., Snake Valley, 1861, formerly in police force, previously applied for Bailiff, has had no response.  2 pages, List 32.

SMITH, Thomas R., Shepparton, applied for position as valuator in 1891, references on file, 6 pages, List 42.

SMITH, William H., Emerald Hill, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

SMYTH, George, Castlemaine, 1857, arrived from NSW in 1852, attorney, for employment, 5 pages, List 38.

SNAPE, T.W., 1856, refers to “accompanying memorial subscribed by some kindly friends in the Prothonotary’s Office (not on file).  Is in a ‘precarious position’, 1 page, List 40.

SNELL, John, Albury NSW, 1856, for appointment in public service, was schoolmaster on board Pekin which arrived 1853 Hobson’s Bay; copies of English testimonials on file.

SOADY, J.K., Castlemaine, 1859, for clerkship, 6 pages, some damaged, List 8.

SORELL, N., Melbourne, 1856, for appointment as assistant clerk in Parliament House, has been in Surveyor General’s office for over three years, and previously in Tasmania.

SOUTH, Frank Chas., Melbourne, 1857, for clerk, 2 pages, List 39.

SOUTHEE, Richard, Maryborough, 1860, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 23.

SOUTHEE, Richard, Maryborough, 1862, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 30.

SPICER, Frederick, St. Kilda, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

SPRING, F.  Wiliamstown,1856.  Formerly worked for Baring Bros in London, afterwards Post master at Hong Kong, gives employment background, has been in colony 3 yrs.  3 pages.

SQUIRE, William, Lieut. R.N., Collingwood, 1854, was in charge of quarantine ship Lysander, seeks to be retained as Superintendent of her as a Penal Hulk, or another appointment.  Series of letters. 37 pages.

STACEY, F.W., Castlemaine, 1857, formerly in H.M.’s service, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, 3 pages, List 4.

STARKIE, John, Aitken’s Gap, 1856, has been dismissed from his situation as superintendent of the Shelter Sheds there, complains of committee’s actions; details of case on file.  11 pages, List 2.

STARLING, D.P., Pentridge, 1857; for Registrar of Electoral Roll there.  2 pages, List 3.

STEELE, John, Windsor, 1856, for appointment as pound inspector.

STEELE, John, Kangaroo Flat, formerly St. Kilda, 1859, for assistant police magistrate, 2 pages, List 22.

STEIGENBERGER, Frederick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

STEPHEN,  Elmslie, Customs House, 1856, for assistant clerk in Legislative Council or Assembly; formerly in govt service in NZ, then with cousin Sir Alfred Stephen; father Sir Geo Stephen writes letter of support, giving his background.  7 pages, List 2.

STEPHEN, Sir George, 1858, for position as Judge in Insolvency Court, 3 pages, List 5.

STEPHEN, Harold W.H., Kew, 1860, for employment is son of George M. Stephen, 2 pages, List 19.

STEPHEN, James, clerk County Court Geelong, 1860,  J. Carre Riddell urges his appointment as Clerk of County Court.  Stephen writes that he has been 14 years in government service, replies to criticism by Audit committee.  10 pages.

STEPHEN, Samuel, Amherst, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 12.

STEPHENS, Frederick, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is valuator for city council, 2 pages, List 4.

STEPHENS, James, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; has been in the land business for some years, 4 pages, List 4.

STEPHENS, Stephen, Emerald Hill, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

STEPHENS, Thomas, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

STEWART, Andrew, Bush Inn, 1860, for position as messenger, 3 pages, List 23.

STEWART, James Cooper, Collingwood, for employment, references on file, 5 pages, List 21.

STEWART, John T., North Melbourne, 1853, a surveyor, has been employed in Glasgow, copies of references on file, 4 pages, List 15.

STIFFE, James, Melbourne, 1858, for a clerkship; has been ‘for a long period closely engaged in literary pursuits’.  2 pages, List 14.

STIRLING, James, Melbourne, 1853, an engineer on the railways in Edinburgh and water works in Scotland, 2 pages, List 15.

STOBIE, David G., Audit Office Melbourne, 1857, for Magistrate, father was Town Clerk of Haddington, gives background, 4 pages, List 36

STOBIE, David Grieve, Melbourne, 1858, retrenched from Audit Office, gives detail of employment and family.  9 pages, List 41.

STODART, Matthew, Melbourne, 1853, for a clerkship, 3 pages, List 15.

STODART, Matthew, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 4 pages, List 7.

STODART, Matthew, Richmond, 1857, formerly in H.M. Customs, for Keeper of Powder Magazine there, two letters, 4 pages, List 4.

STONE, H.H., Melbourne, 1858, for a clerkship, 3 pages, List 35.

STONE, H.H., Melbourne, 1858, for employment, was private tutor to Sir John Pakington’s family, List 37.

STOREY, Thomas H., Melbourne, 1853, is a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

STORY, William, Sandhurst, 1862, for Coroner, 3 pages, List 28

STRONG, W.E., Horsham, 1859, for Coroner, formerly in Tasmania, 2 pages, List 22.

STUBLEY, John W., Collingwood, 1854.  Entered Royal Navy in 1840, served as signalman of a Flagship, seeks similar position.  3 pages, List 3.

STUTTAFORD, A., Melbourne, 1861, two letters, for employment, 4 pages, List 32.

SUGRUE, Edward, Melbourne, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 28

SULLIVAN, Eugene H., Hepburn, 1858, formerly in government service, seeks readmission, 4 pages, List 41.

SULLIVAN, Eugene H., Daylesford, 1859, MBBS, for re-employment, 4 pages, List 6.

SULLIVAN, Eugene H., Malmsbury, 1860, for employment, 3 pages, List 24.

SULLIVAN, James, [no address] 1856, for employment as messenger or door keeper at Parliament House.

SWAIN, Duncan, Melbourne, 1852, draftsman, educated for the army, 2 pages, List 13

SWAYN, John Smyth, Melbourne, 1859, for employment, is destitute, 3 pages, List 11.

SWEETMAN, M.J., Collingwood, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 9.

SWINBURNE, Edward Carden, Melbourne, 1854, has been more than 12 yrs in the Colony; lost testimonials on the way out, is a relative of Mr. Cashel.  3 pages.

SWINDELLS, Herbert, Geelong, 1857, for clerk or bailiff, a pioneer of the goldfields, 2 pages, List 36.

SYKES, Edward, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

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TALBOT, Charles Hart, 1860, applies for Clerk of County Court, names people who can recommend him. 3 pages.

TALBOT, Charles Harte, Melbourne, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 23.

TALBOT, Charles Harte, Melbourne, 1861, for employment, 3 pages.  Another letter, giving some background, 4 pages, List 31.

TALLIS, George, Portland, 1857, for Coroner, is a medical man, 2 pages, List 39.

TATE, John, Maldon, 1861, reporter on Tarnagulla Times, for employment, 2 pages, List 33.

TAYLER, Alfred, Melbourne, 1857, formerly a stockholder, been in the colony for seventeen years, 2 letters, 5 pages, List 4.

TAYLER, Lloyd, no address, 1853; recently arrived, a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

TAYLOR, Frederick, Ballarat, 1857; for government employment, formerly in police force.  5 pages, List 3.

TAYLOR, Henry, Melbourne, 1854, for position as Inspector of Stock, 2 pages.

TAYLOR, Henry Robinson, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; testimonial from locals, 2 pages, List 4.

TAYLOR, J. Herbert, Brighton, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 26.

TAYLOR, Richard, Brighton, 1860, brother of Rev. Taylor, Episcopalian minister there, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 5 pages, List 23.

TEBBUT, James, Windsor, 1859, is an ‘misfortunate tradesman’, 2 pages, List 6.

TEBBUT, James, Prahran, 1859, is unemployed, 3 pages, List 9.

TELO, Alfred, Melbourne, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 12.

TENER, Robert William, Melbourne, 1853, was a surveyor/engineer in Northern Ireland, gives background, 4 pages, List 15.  Second letter is from Geelong.

TERRY, Frederick, Melbourne, 1857 (?), for Sub Librarian to the Public Library, 2 pages, List 40.

THOMAS, John, Melbourne, mineral and land surveyor, has been employed in Wales for last 12 years, copies of testimonials from Newport and Merthyr Tydvil on file, 7 pages, List 13

THOMAS, Stephen, Melbourne, 1856, for employment as interpreter of Eastern languages at the Supreme Court, can translate Armenian, Persian, Indian and Malay, can speak Turkish and Arabic; later renews application.

THOMAS, William R., Richmond, 1862, clerk with legal experience, for employment, legal refrences on file, 5 pages, List 28

THOMPSON, Pearson, Castlemaine, 1857, for Stipendiary Magistrate, 3 pages, List 38.

THOMPSON, Pearson, Castlemaine, 1857, for Judge in County Court, 3 pages, List 39.

THOMPSON, Pearson, Castlemaine, 1859, gives background, for a Stipendiary Magistrate, 5 pages, List 17.

THOMPSON, Pearson, Castlemaine, 1860, gives reference to Wm Bridge Collyer, 3 pages, List 25.

THOMSON, A.C., Melbourne, 1856, for librarianship at Melbourne University, encloses testimonial.

THOMSON, William, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; memorial from local residents and Irish references, 11 pages, List 4.

THWAITES, W.W., Taradale, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 40.

THWAITES, Walter William, Taradale, 1856, in colonies since 1837, lists previous employment, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 40.

TILT, Henry Ridge, Ballarat, 1857, for clerk to the bench at Buninyong; has been a law reporter both in England and Victoria.  3 pages, List 2.

TILT, Henry Ridge, Buninyong, 1857, for Clerk of Court of Mines, reference on file, 2 pages, another letter, 4 pages, List 36

TILT, H.R., Collingwood, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Buninyong, 5 pages, List 11.

TILT, H.R., Inglewood, 1860, for employment, 3 pages; was a law reporter, reference on file, 2 pages, List 23

TIMBRELL, Andrew, Geelong, 1856, for employment as shorthand writer for Parliament Houses, has previously served in that position. Second letter on same subject.

TODD, Robert, Melbourne, 1857; served under Sir Charles Hotham in navy, gives background, 3 letters.  11 pages, List 3.

TOLHAUSEN, Ferdinand, Melbourne, 1861, for Court interpreter, 3 pages, List 31.

TOLHURST, William Henry, Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 3 pages, List 4.

TOLMER, Alexander, Wellington, 1859, for employment, established the overland gold escort in 1852, 3 pages, List 10.

TOMKINS, J. Gregory, Melbourne, 1860.   For Bailiff at County Court, encloses testimonials from Dublin (not on file).

TOMKINS, John R., Melbourne, 1861, for employment, solicitor, gives background, 4 pages, List 33.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, Melbourne, 1854; for appointment as Official Assignee at Geelong.  3 pages, List 3.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, St Kilda, 1858; for former position as chief clerk in Crown Law office, 5 pages, List 5.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, St Kilda, 1859; seeks permanent employment, 3 pages, List 6.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, Melbourne, 1859, lists his dealings with government back to 1854, seeks re-employment, 18 pages, List 10.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, Echuca, 1861, suspended and then discharged from position as Clerk of Petty Sessions there by Governor, seeks re-employment, 30 pages, List 31.

TOMLINS, P. Stanley, Melbourne, 1862, two letters re employment, 7 pages, List 30.

TOOLE, Thomas, Warrnambool, 1857, for Bailiff, 3 pages, List 39.

TORRENS, R.W.  No application, but a collection of printed testimonials of 1856 and copies of handwritten references.  He was the son of the late Major General Robert Torrens, C.B., and grandson of Colonel Marlay.  9 pages, List 36

TOWNSEND, W.H., Melbourne, 1862, for position as messenger, 3 pages, List 27.

TRACY, William de T., Sale, 1863, has been in government service for ten years, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 7 pages, List 35.

TRACY, William De Y.  Sale, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 40.

TREMERRENE, E. de., Melbourne, 1854, for police force; son of an old officer and himself formerly in the French Cavalry. 4 pages.

TRENCH, Robert Le P., Ballarat, 1857, for Judge of Court of Mines, letter, 2 pages, reference 2 pages, List 38.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1854, for appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  2 pages, List 3.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1856, solicitor, for employment, 2 pages, List 37.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1858, for solicitor to Railway Board, gave evidence to Select Committee, on Railways 1852/3, 6 pages plus 21 pages of printed evidence, List 37.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1858, for solicitor to the railways, 3 pages, List 41.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1862, 12 years in colony, for employment under Real Property Act, 4 pages, List 30.

TRENCHARD, John, Melbourne, 1858, for Solicitor to Railways, 6 pages, plus 23 pages of evidence as above.  List 40.

TUCKETT, Arthur Helton, Melbourne, for re-appointment as valuator, 1891.  9 pages, List 42.

TULLIDGE, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act.

TULLIDGE, William, Collingwood, 1857, for Collector of Electoral Roll, 2 pages, List 3.

TULLIDGE, William, testimonial in his favour by various politicians, 2 pages, List 3.

TULLOCH, J., Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; formerly worked on census, reference on file, 4 pages, List 4.

TULLOCH, J.T., Emerald Hill, 1880, statistician, for Inspector of Public Charities, 3 pages, List 41.

TURNER,  John, Melbourne, 1853, worked on the Ordnance Survey in England, 2 pages, List 13

TWYNAM, W., Kilmore, 1862, for Police Magistrate at Williamstown, 2 pages, List 27.

TWYNAM, W.E., Kilmore, 1862, for employment, 2 pages, List 30.

TYE, William, Melbourne, 1859, formerly chief bailiff at Auckland, seeks similar position,   2 pages, List 6.

TYERS, Charles J., Sale, 1857, for Police Magistrate at Portland, 3 pages, List 34.

TYTHERLEIGH, Robert, Sandhurst, 1859, is a solicitor, for employment, 3 pages, List 17.

TYTHERLEIGH, Robert, Sandhurst, 1860, for employment, 3 pages, List 19.

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UNIACKE, J.R., Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference, 4 pages, List 38.

URQUHART, John, late Captain 59th Regiment, 1854.  Letters and petition re reinstatement in public service, previously dismissed.  18 pages, List 3.

VAIL, E.S., Melbourne, 1862, gives background, arrived 1852, 2 pages, List 26.

VALENTINE, John, Melbourne, 1856, applies for principal Resident Messenger at Parliament House, and for his wife as housekeeper.  Has been 3 yrs in the colony, has been resident messenger in Colonial Storekeeper Dept., and she has been housekeeper.

VARCOE, Richard, Ballarat, 1857, details previous employment from 1831, in Cornwall and elsewhere, has just arrived in colony, seeks position as registrar of horses.  10 pages, List 2.

VIDAT, Francis R., Melbourne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 6.

VIEUSSEUX, Lewis, Collingwood, 1852, for a draftsman/surveyor position, 2 pages, List 13

VINCENT, F.J., Melbourne, 1853, a surveyor, gives background, two letters, 2 pages, List 15.

VINES, Frederic, Toorak, 1859; gives background, for Police Magistrate at Sandridge, 4 pages, List 6.  Second letter, 3 pages, List 6.

VICTORY, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment, arrived 1855.  2 pages, List 40.

VON BLANDOWISKY, William, Melbourne, 1853, has a knowledge of geology, seeks employment, 2 pages, List 13

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WAINEWRIGHT, G., Collingwood, 1851, for government employment.  Over 5 yrs in H.M. Navy, over 2 in office as senior clerk.

WAINEWRIGHT, G.  Resigns his office as clerk in Chief Secretary’s Dept., 1856, ‘my affairs requiring my early departure for England’  Haines writes good reference.  3 pages.

WAITE, Joseph J., Queenscliffe, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; references on file, 5 pages, List 4.

WALDEN, D., Melbourne, 1858, is court keeper and crier at County Court, seeks bailiff position, 2 pages, List 5.

WALDEN, J. William, clerk of courts, Beechworth, 1860, for Clerk of County Court; has been repeatedly recommended for promotion by snr officers, reference on file.  6 pages.

WALKER, Alexander, Government Stores, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 33.

WALKER, T.  [no address] 1856, Acknowledges his appointment as assistant librarian at Parliament House.

WALKER, T., Melbourne, 1856, for government employment in Parliament House, formerly Inspector of Schools under Board of National Education, resigned due to ill health.  Is a graduate of an English University.

WALL, James Egan  White Hills/Epsom, 1857.  Applies to be public vaccinator there.  2 pages.

WALL, Sam. A., Yea, 1862, an attorney, wants Clerk of Petty Sessions position, 2 pages, List 34.

WALL, Thomas, South Melbourne, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, father in Customs Department.  Thomas first employed in government in 1848.  2 pages, List 40.

WALLACE, D., Castlemaine, 1861, for employment as official assignee, 2 pages, List 26.

WALLIS, Thomas, South Yarra, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; business card on file, 3 pages, List 4.

WALPOLE, John Adam, accountant, Post Office, Geelong, renews his application for an appointment for his son Henry.  3 pages, List 2.

WALSH, John J., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

WALSH, Martin, Melbourne 1858, in Audit Office but salary has been reduced, seeks another position, 2 pages, List 14.

WALSH, Martin, Melbourne, 1862, for employment, formerly in Audit Office, references on file, 10 pages, List 27.

WALSTAB, George, Melbourne, 1860, for Police Magistrate at Brighton, gives background, 2 pages, List 21.

WALTERS, James, Melbourne, 1854, for appointment as Immigration Agent after death of S. Barrow.  Gives employment background.  3 pages, List 3.  CONNECTION FOUND

WALTON, Edward, Geelong, seeks government employment, 3 pages, List 4.

WALTON, Edward, Geelong, 1857, for clerk, was a solicitor in England, 3 pages, List 39.

WALTON, Edward, Geelong, 1858, solicitor, admitted in U.K.  3 pages, List 41.

WALTON, John, Melbourne, 1853, worked in the north of England as a surveyor, 2 pages, List 15.

WARRY, Robert, Richmond, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

WASHFOLD, Edward, Melbourne, 1856.  Asks transfer from his position at the public library to court keeper at Geelong, on account of his wife’s ill health.  Testimonial from Redmond Barry on file.  4 pages, List 2.

WAT A CHEE, Melbourne, 1861, formerly interpreter at Ararat, seeks re-appointment, reference on file, 4 pages, List 26.

WAT A CHEE, Melbourne, 1861, for re-appointment at Ballarat, 6 pages, List 22

WATKINSON, Edmund J., Melbourne, 1852, for a clerk’s position, 2 pages, List 13

WATKIS, J. Buddy, Melbourne, 1856, for clerkship, reference on file, 5 pages, List 40.

WATSON, James, storekeeper, Ballarat, 1857, for position as keeper of the powder magazine there; has been a gunner in the Royal Artillery for 15 years, some of  it at Gibraltar.  6 pages, List 2.

WATSON, Thomas Brereton  Ballarat, 1856.  Assistant clerk of the Bench, there, seeks appointment as official assignee, petition in support on file.  5 pages.

WATT, John, Melbourne, 1855, services in Post Office dispensed with, seeks another position, formerly at Bendigo, 3 pages, List 40.

WEARE, James, Collingwood, 1856, applies for appointment as Reader in Legislative Council, second letter acknowledges being given position.

WEBB, Arthur, Geelong, 1856, for position as keeper of the Parliament Houses.

WEBB, Arthur, Parliament House, 1857; asks better appointment.  3 pages, List 3. CONNECTION FOUND

WEBB, Frederick Thomas, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; 2 pages, List 4.

WEBB, J. Hemming, St. Kida, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference from brother George H.F., 4 pages, List 4.

WEBB, St. Lawrence, Geelong, 1859, 2 letters, is late Major 45th Regt., gives details of military and family history, 9 pages, List 9. CONNECTION FOUND

WEBB, St. Lawrence, Indented Head, seeks employment, 3 pages, List 10.

WEBSTER, Graham, Meredith, 1856, two letters soliciting re-appointment in public service.

WEDGE, Charles, Melbourne, 1853, was in survey department in Tasmania, 3 pages, List 13

WEDGE, Charles, no address, 1853, was in Tasmanian survey department, 2 pages, List 15.

WEDGE, Charles, Beaudesert, Kew, 1858, for Magistrate, gives background, 4 pages, List 37.

WEIGALL, Theyre, Melbourne, 1857; writes from Attorney General’s Office, seeks other employment.  8 pages, List 3.

WEIGALL, Theyre, Melbourne, 1858, former position abolished, seeks another position in Crown Law Offices, 6 pages, List 5.

WEIGALL, Theyre, Treasury Dept., 1860, applies for Clerk of County Court 3 pages.

WEIR, John, Amherst, 1859, M.D., for position as coroner, 2 pages, List 6.

WEIR, William, Richmond, 1860, for Court Keeper, 1 page, List 21.

WEIR, William D., Melbourne, 1862, for position as messenger, two letters, 4 pages, List 27.

WEIR, William D., E. Melbourne, 1862, for messenger, copies of references on file, was Coroner’s constable, 5 pages, List 34.

WELCH, Benjamin, Ballarat, 1857; for Electoral Registrar.  His wife and son gave evidence against J.F. Bentley, is crippled after accident.  4 pages, List 3.

WELCH, William, Prahran, 1861, for employment as a clerk, 2 pages, List 26.

WELCH, William, Prahran, 1861, for vacancy in Prothonotary’s office, 2 pages, List 31.

WELCH, William, Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 2 pages, List 27.

WELPLY, John, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, 5 pages, List 21.

WELSH, John, Melbourne, 1860, for messenger, formerly in Penal Department, 2 pages, List 24.

WELSH, William Studdert, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; late pound keeper at Dandenong, references on file, 8 pages, List 4.

WESTLEY, J., Windsor, 1858, formerly clerk of the records for city of Melbourne, now destitute, with a wife and six children, seeks employment.  5 pages, List 4.

WESTLEY, J., St. Kilda, 1859, temporary clerk in government service, seeks another position, 3 pages, List 6.

WESTLEY, Josiah, Melbourne, 1861, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 3 pages, List 33.

WETHERALL, George J., Williamstown, 1856, late storekeeper to the Civil Commissariat, applies for reappointment.

WETHERELL, Charles Sewell, Melbourne, 1856, 3 years in colony, relatives in India, 2 pages, List 40.

WHEATLAND, R.W., Geelong, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; is secretary of Mechanics Institute, 9 pages, List 4.

WHEATLEY, William P., Melbourne, 1862, for employment, testimonials on file, 9 pages, List 26.

WHELAN, J.W., Fitzroy, 1860, for re-employment, gives background to his dismissal, 2 pages, List 23

WHELAN, John, North Melbourne, 1862, for employment, has served five years in police force, 3 pages, List 30.

WHELAN, Patrick, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, formerly in government service, two letters, 4 pages, List 7.

WHITBY, A.L., Chief Secretary’s office, 1856, seeks a gratuity as financial assistance.

WHITBY, A.S., Melbourne, 1856, for Chief Clerk’s position, 3 pages, List 40.

WHITCOMBE, William P., Horsham, 1857, for Coroner, 3 pages, damaged, List 36.

WHITE, H., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

WHITE, John, Fitzroy, 1862, arrived in colony 1855, attended Glasgow University, for a clerkship, 6 pages, List 30.

WHITE, John Surtees, 1852, came to Victoria for the gold, unsuccessful, left wife in Hobart, working as turnkey in gaol, but has a legal degree, seeks more suitable employment.  2 pages, List 41.

WHITEHEAD, Charles, Collingwood, 1857, an author, helped to emigrate for health reasons, gives background, for employment, 3 pages, List 4.

WHITEHEAD, John, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, reference on file, 4 pages, List 37.

WHITEHEAD, John, Gisborne, 1859, for Clerk of Petty Sessions at Buninyong, 3 pages, List 8.

WHITEHEAD, John, Melbourne, for employment, lists referees, 3 pages, List 22

WHITELOW, William, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

WHITLOW, E.H., Gisborne, 1861, for employment, 2 pages, List 32.

WICKENS, Mr., no address, 1852, recommended by Hugh Childers, 2 pages, List 13

WICKS, Augusta Matilda (Miss), Collingwood, 1857.  Orphan and only child of late William Wicks, solicitor, Essex England, lately arrived, funds have not yet been transferred, is in ‘embarrassed circumstances’ seeks clerical work, is an authoress.  2 pages, List 40.

WICKS, John, Melbourne, 1860, for employment, is a solicitor’s clerk, 4 pages, List 19.

WIDDOWS, Hugh, Melbourne, 1857, for government position.  2 pages, List 3.

WIGG, Henry C., Geelong, 1862, for employment under Real Property Act, 2 pages, List 30.

WIGMORE, R.V., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, references on file, 4 pages, List 7.

WILKINSON, C. Brice, Richmond Tasmania, 1862, late Major Essex Rifles, for employment, 4 pages, List 34.

WILKINSON, D., Prahran, 1856, offers his services to the mining department.

WILKINSON, David, Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

WILKINSON, Frederick, Melbourne, Master in equity, 1856, applies for office of additional judge.

WILKINSON, Frederick, Melbourne 1859, for assistant to Judge Pohlman, is employed by John Madden.  3 pages, List 8.

WILKINSON, Henry, Prahran, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 3 pages, List 7.

WILKINSON, Robert B., Prahran, 1859, currently in a bank, seeks government employment, 4 pages, List 9.

WILKINSON, Robert B., Prahran, 1860, for re-employment, was in Audit Office, 3 pages, List 24.

WILKS, John, Melbourne, 1859, has worked in a solicitor’s office for nearly four years, asks government employment, 2 pages, List 9.

WILKS, John, Melbourne, 1859, for employment, 3 pages, List 12.

WILKS, John, Emerald Hill, 1860, for employment, step-father is S. Vardy, 3 pages, List 25.

WILLFORD, Alfred, Melbourne, for a clerkship, father is Bailiff of the Court at Leicester England.  Writes on letterhead of Western Dining Rooms, which is illustrated (opposite Customs House).  3 pages, List 25.

WILLIAMS, C., Beechworth, 1857, for Coroner, was in convict department in Hobart from 1836, 4 pages, List 39.

WILLIAMS, G., Castlemaine, 1862, has lectured in different parts of the colony, for employment, 3 pages, List 29.

WILLIAMS, H. James.  Melbourne, 1856.  Formerly employed in civil commissariat department from its formation; abolition of the commissariat and reductions meant his services were dispensed with; seeks a position.  4 pages.

WILLIAMSON, W.H., Buninyong, 1857, for government employment.  3 pages, List 2.

WILLIAMSON, W.H.  Buninyong, 1857.  Acknowledges receipt of letter advising that his application has been recorded.  2 pages.

WILLIS, James L., Geelong, 1859, for messenger at Insolvency Court there, 2 pages, List 8.

WILLIS, James L., Geelong, 1859, retrenched from government employment, seeks another appointment, 5 pages, List 18.

WILLIS, James Louis, Geelong, 1859, for employment, two letters, 4 pages, List 16.

WILLIS, James Louis, Geelong, 1859, for employment, has a large family, 5 pages, List 22.

WILLIS, James Louis, Geelong, 1860, old colonist, formerly in government service, 3 pages, List 24.

WILLIS, William, Ballarat, 1859, for Coroner at Beechworth, gives background, 2 pages, List 18.

WILLOCK, Benjamin, St. Kilda, 1859, formerly in Revenue Police Ireland, 3 pages, List 8.

WILLS, Alfred, Melbourne, 1857; was selected as Emigration Agent for Plymouth, but long delays in passing Bill have made it difficult for him as he wound up his business.  Seeks another appointment, encloses copies of references from Sir G. Grey and others.  Further letter six months later.  19 pages, List 3.

WILLS, Alfred, Melbourne, 1857, appointed Emigration Commissioner, but delays cause him to apply for another position, 4 pages, List 36.

WILLS, William, Ballarat, 1857, for Coroner at Ararat, surgeon, 4 pages, List 39.

WILSON, Charles, Melbourne, 1856, formerly messenger in post office, discharged 1855, seeks another appointment.  Two letters, 5 pages, List 2.

WILSON, Charles A., Melbourne, 1861, 22 years old, has been employed in legal office, 3 pages, List 31.

WILSON, William, Horsham, applied for position as Sheriff’s officer in 1891, is a Councillor there, references on file.  11 pages, List 42.

WILSON, William Roscoe, Sandridge, 1854, late paymaster with R.N., gives background, seeks government employment, 5 pages.

WINCH, James, Melbourne, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 6.

WINSON, Robert B.A., Melbourne, 1858; seeks another government position, 3 pages, List 14.

WISE, George Gordon,  Commissariat, West Australia, 1854; seeks a government position in Victoria, has had a legal education; testimonials enclosed give some background detail.  Applied again in 1856, now Supt of Convicts there. 12 pages,  List 2.

WISE, George Gordon, Braybrook, 1860, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 2 pages, List 23.

WISE, George Gordon, Braybrook, 1860, for a clerkship, previously in W.A. public service, 4 pages, List 24.

WISE, George Gordon, Melbourne, for transfer from Public Works Department, references on file, 8 pages, List 29.

WITTY, J.W., Geelong, 1853, for a surveyor’s position, 2 pages, List 13

WOLLASTON, William E., Bendigo, 1857; his position as clerk to the local court is to be terminated, seeks another position.  5 pages, List 3.

WOOD, C.I., Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, reference on file, 3 pages, List 7.

WOOD, J.E., Melbourne, 1860, for promotion, formerly clerk at Raglan, 2 pages, List 23.

WOOD, John N., Yackandandah, 1858; for Clerk of Petty Sessions Barnawartha, 2 pages, List 5.

WOOD, Peter, Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; reference on file, 5 pages, List 4.

WOOD, Thomas, Sandhurst, 1860, son of John, 24 years old, father bought out convicts to VDL, gives background, wrote letters to local paper as “Yunius” etc.  5 pages, List 24.

WOOD BEILBY, J., Cranbourne, 1860, for government employment, 3 pages, List 20.

WOODD, W.E., Melbourne, 1862, for promotion, 2 pages; another letter, 2 pages, List 27.

WOODD, W.E., Melbourne, for appointment at Kilmore, 2 pages, List 34.

WOODHOUSE, George, Collingwood, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine at Castlemaine, 2 pages, List 4.

WOODHOUSE, George, Collingwood, 1857, for clerkship, 1 page, List 36.

WOODHOUSE, George, Horsham, 1858, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 2 pages, List 5.

WOODHOUSE, George, Horsham, 1859, for Poundkeeper, 4 pages, List 9.

WOODHOUSE, George, Smythesdale, 1862, for Coroner, reference on file, 4 pages, List 28.

WOODS, Edward T., Collingwood, 1860, for clerkship, reporter with the Argus for five years, references on file, 4 pages, List 21.

WOODWARD, Samuel Hewlett, Melbourne, 1857, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 1 page, List 38.

WORSLEY, Leonard, Lamplough, 1860, for Warden at Back Creek, 2 pages, List 24.

WORSLEY, Leonard, Avoca, 1861, for Police Magistrate at Redbank, 2 pages, List 31.

WORTHINGTON, H.C., Chiltern, 1860, for employment, 4 pages, List 24.  CONNECTION FOUND

WRIGHT, -.  Crawford Pascoe recommends him as a surveyor, is the son of Major Wright of the 73rd Regiment, 2 pages, List 15.

WRIGHT, Edward, Melbourne, 1857, for messenger, nephew of William Burchell [?] 2 pages, List 39.

WRIGHT, F.W.R., Kilmore, 1853, two letters, seeks position as surveyor, 7 pages, List 15.

WRIGHT, John, Richmond, 1856, for employment under new Electoral Act, petition in support from some residents.

WRIGHT, John,  Richmond, 1856.  Is a good accountant, respectable draftsman with general knowledge of commerce and manufacture, more particularly that of Gold, silver etc., knows several large iron companies in north of England.  4 pages.

WRIGHT, William, Richmond, 1853, a surveyor like his father who is in Norfolk, gives background.  2 pages, List 13

WRIGHTE, Arundel, Beaudesert, 1856, for employment as Warden on the Anderson’s Creek goldfield.

WRIXON, William H., Hawthorn, 1854, is reading Law with father, but seeks govt employment.  2 pages.

WYATT, Alfred, Melbourne, 1857, for Judge of Court of Mines, 2 pages, List 38.

YATES, – Mr.  Captain Clarke, 1857, recommends him for further employment, has been involved in the census collection, 3 pages, List 3.

YATES, Charles S., Collingwood, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act; formerly sub sheriff Ireland, 5 pages, List 4.

YATES, Charles S., Collingwood, 1857, for Keeper of Powder Magazine, was secretary to Trinity Board of South Australia.  3 pages, List 3.

YOUNG, Daniel James, M.D. Carlton, 1854; seeks appointment as district vaccinator, reference from chairman of Committee of Aust. Colonists, London, on file. 4 pages.

YOUNG, John de Courcy, Amherst, 1860, for Coroner at Inglewood, 2 pages, List 20.

YOUNG, John de Courcy, Amherst, 1860, for Coroner, 2 pages, List 20.

YOUNG, Peter, Melbourne, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 7.

YOUNG, William C.S., Heidelberg, 1856, for employment under Electoral Act, 2 pages, List 4.

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