Sergeant Steele's Statement re Glenrowan outrage - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: Sergeant Steele's Statement re Glenrowan outrage
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4966 P0 UNIT 1 ITEM 2 RECORD 1
Transcript: shot him, he also stated in reply to the question, that he intended shooting all the survivors from The wreck of the train at Glenrowan. He also stated that he kept two Chambers of revolvers loaded the time of his Capture one to shoot the first man that came to him and the other to shoot himself I gave the ? revolver which I took because ?(C.P ) to hold but some person took it out of his hand to look at and did not return it. I cannot therefore produce it. It is supposed to have been taken by Dr. Nicholson of Benalla G.M Steele Sgt 1179