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This series contains minutes of the Executive Council, which reconfirmed Kelly’s death sentence, three times after his trial in meetings held on 3, 8 and 10 November 1880. Note: The capital case file close file Definition An accumulation of documents relating to the same subject, person, activity or transaction that are kept together. Documents in a file are usually, but not always, fastened together. Files are usually arranged in an identifiable sequence (e.g. numerical or alphabetical). in the Kelly Historical Collection - Part 2 contains deliberations including notes from trial Judge Sir Redmond Barry, part of the petition by Kelly’s lawyer David Gaunson and letters by Kelly seeking clemency.
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|1851 - cont||Executive Council||VA 2903|
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Minutes of The Executive Council, 1880-1881.