"Official form on blue paper - evidence - Thomas Conboy
, 17 October 1854, 27 October 1854,PROV, VPRS5527/P0 Unit 1, Item 70
The Condition of the within written Recognizance is such, That Whereas Albert Hurd
was this day charged before me a Justice of the Peace within mentioned, for that he be the said Albert Hurd
on the Seventeenth day of October 1854 at Ballarat did with other Persons riotously and tumultuously assembled and did then and there feloniously burn, pull down, the Dwelling House of one James Francis Bentley it therefore to the said Thomas Conboy
shall agree at the Supreme Court of Criminal Sessions to be holden at Melbourne in and for the Colony of Victoria, on the Fifteenth day of the November A.D., 1854, and there give such evidence as be knoweth upon an Information to be true and there proffered against the said Albert Hurd
for the offence aforesaid, to the Jurors who shall pass upon the trial of the said Albert Hurd
then the said Recognizance to be void or else to stand in full force and virtue.