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Broadside concerning the proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Circuit Court of
Trial and sentence of all the different persons who have been
GLASGOW, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1830.?This day the Circuit Court
John Smith, from Dumbartonshire, for housebreaking, was found guilty; 14 years
John Ross, George Bertram, Peter Pellan, Alex, Donald, Hugh M'Casker, from
John Wemyss, from Greenock, for murder, pled guilty to the assault; 7 years
James Ewing, from Renfrewshire, for theft, breach of trust, fraud, and wilful im-
Betty Ann Blair Kelly, theft by housebreaking, and habit and repute, pled guilty;
Mary Connor and Mary Jones, for theft, Connor pleaded guilty, ann Jones not
Mary Hamilton, from Renfrewshire, for child-murder, was dismissed from the bar.
Thos. Thomson and Wm. Dunnett, for theft by housebreaking, pled guilty; 14
John M'Dougall, from Greenock, for theft, was dismissed from the bar.
Alex. Adam, from Greenock, for theft from a steam-boat, was found guilty; trans-
John Muir, Printer, Glasgow.
Date of publication:
1830 shelfmark: F.3.a.13(56)