Lonigan, Scanlon and Kennedy's encounter with the Kelly Gang - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: Lonigan, Scanlon and Kennedy's encounter with the Kelly Gang
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4965 Consignment P0 Unit 3 Item 30
Transcript: POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS, VICTORIA [Benalla]To Chief Comm Police 28/10/1878 Address MelbourneCopy of telegraph from Mansfield report by Mr Pewtress. Constable McIntyre arrived at 4 oclock Sunday with news that he Kennedy Scanlan and Lonigan were out searching for Kelly at Stringy bark Creek. McIntyre and Lonigan were in camp Kennedy and Scanlan out searching the two Kellys and two men unknown came up armed with rifles ordered McIntyre to bail up he did not being