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After being arrested in a reporter described Carboni as: an Italian, of middle age, of spare but vigorous form. His hair and beard are thin, and of a red color. He has black eyes, and an earnest, enthusiastic manner. He was secretary to Mazzini when Rome was captured, and bears the traces of several wounds. Carboni estimated around men took up arms during the Eureka Affair by 29 November , and this, he wrote, was before the Americans became involved. Carboni died on 24 October , aged Carboni reached the Ballarat goldfields in He had moderate success at Golden Point and Magpie Gully, then spent some time as a shepherd where he experienced living with Aborigines.
He returned to Ballarat mid and became embroiled in the digger' grievances over the gold license tax, and the manner in which the authorities were policing the collection of the licence fee.
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Because of his language skills he was chosen by Peter Lalor to act as a go-between with the non-English speaking European miners. Carboni was one of twelve miners charged with high treason as a result of the Eureka Stockade. Not long after his capture evidence was given against him.
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Trooper Henry Goodenough said Raphaello made a speech. Gentlemen soldiers, those that cannot provide themselves with firearms, let them provide themselves with a piece of steel, if it is only six inches long, attached to a pole, and that will pierce the tyrant's heart. In answer to Raphaello, witness said that prisoner's company were more than one-half foreigners, apparently Germans and French. Private James Goar of the 40th regiment, charged the stockade.
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Carboni and two others charged him with pikes as he entered the stockade. He jumped out of the stockade and ran back, pursued by Carboni till he met the troopers.
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Carboni then retreated till he reached the Eureka Stockade. Sunday morning. It was full dawn, not daylight.
A discharge of musketry - then a round from the bugle - the command "forward" - and another discharge of musketry was sharply kept on by the red-coats some strong advancing on the gully west of the Stockade, for a couple of minutes. The shots whizzed by my tent. I jumped out of the stretcher and rushed to my chimney facing the Stockade. The forces within could not muster above diggers. I hastened, and what a horrible sight!
Old acquaintances crippled with shots, the gore protruding from the bayonet wounds, their clothes and flesh burning all the while. Poor Thonen had his mouth literally choked with bullets; my neighbor and mate Teddy More sic , stretched on the ground, both his thighs shot, asked me for a drop of water. Peter Lalor, who had been concealed under a heap of slabs, was in the agony of death, a stream of blood from under the slabs heavily forcing its way down hill.
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