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Patrick Curtain was an innkeeper at Eureka. He sought compensation for losses during the Eureka riots.Ballaarat, 27th August, 1855.
 
Patrick Curtain was an innkeeper at Eureka. He sought compensation for losses during the Eureka riots.Ballaarat, 27th August, 1855.
 
MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY-
 
MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY-
I do myself the honor of bringing under your Excellency's notice the, fact that some time "after the late disturbances at Ballaarat, Mr. Patrick Curtain, at that time a licensed storekeeper at Eureka, represented to the Commission appointed by your Excellency to enquire into that affair, that he had suffered very severe losses, by having his store enclosed within the stockade erected by the insurgents against his inclination, and which store, with all its contents, was burnt dowh by the military and police after the capture of the place, the loss sustained by Mr Ourtain amounting to between £1200 and £1300.
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I do myself the honor of bringing under your Excellency's notice the, fact that some time "after the late disturbances at Ballaarat, Mr. Patrick Curtain, at that time a licensed storekeeper at Eureka, represented to the Commission appointed by your Excellency to enquire into that affair, that he had suffered very severe losses, by having his store enclosed within the stockade erected by the insurgents against his inclination, and which store, with all its contents, was burnt dowh by the military and police after the capture of the place, the loss sustained by Mr Curtain amounting to between £1200 and £1300.
  
 
==Post 1854 Experiences==
 
==Post 1854 Experiences==

Revision as of 23:27, 9 September 2019

Background

Patrick Curtain was born in 1810 at County Limerick, Ireland. He married Anne Carey at St Francis' Church, Melbourne on 18 June 1846. Patrick Curtain died on 17 July 1885 at Ballarat. Anne Curtain died on 28 November 1898 at Ballarat.

Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Patrick Curtain was an innkeeper at Eureka. He sought compensation for losses during the Eureka riots.Ballaarat, 27th August, 1855. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY- I do myself the honor of bringing under your Excellency's notice the, fact that some time "after the late disturbances at Ballaarat, Mr. Patrick Curtain, at that time a licensed storekeeper at Eureka, represented to the Commission appointed by your Excellency to enquire into that affair, that he had suffered very severe losses, by having his store enclosed within the stockade erected by the insurgents against his inclination, and which store, with all its contents, was burnt dowh by the military and police after the capture of the place, the loss sustained by Mr Curtain amounting to between £1200 and £1300.

Post 1854 Experiences

In the News

See also

Patrick M. Curtain of County Clare, Ireland.

Further Reading

Corfield, J.,Wickham, D., & Gervasoni, C. The Eureka Encyclopaedia, Ballarat Heritage Services, 2004.

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