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Broadside entitled 'Trials and Sentences'
Trials & Sentences
Of all the different Prisoners who have stood their Trials before the
Circuit Court of Justiciary, which commenced on Monday last,when
TWO YOUNG MEN
were sentenced to be Executed on Wednesday the 29th of October
Glasgow, September 22, 1823?This day
Alex. M'Niel alias Campbell, and W m. M'-
J. Lod or Logg and Jas. M'Cargal, for as-
J. Reilly & Mary M'Adam, for housebreak-
Peter Rice, robbery in Greenock; transpor-
Cornelins M'Kean Wm. M'Kerl, alias Cor-
John Shaw, flesher, from Greenock, for vio-
W m. Montogomery, theft in Greenock; 14
A. M'Dougall, stealing copper in Greenock;
J. Sinclair and H. M'Daugall, housebreak-
D. Graham and H. M'Grigor, assault; the
George Campbell, murder; outlawed for
Mary Little, theft; 14 years transportation.
A. M'Phie, J. Baird, A. Adamson, & W.
Edward M'Caffer, Peter M'Queen, and
A number of witnesses were examined, and
Archd- Knox, for stabbing and wounding;
William Rentoul, debauching young girls;
Robert Paterson, assault; outlawed.
Mary Horn, for the murder of Janet M'La-
Wm. Cain (brother of Francis Cain capitally
Jas. Barton, sheriff-officer, from Greenock,
James Redpath, plane-maker, for fracturing
Thursday--The Court met at nine o'clock.
William Gemmil, forgery; outlawed,
J. Curr, deforcing a messenger; outlawed.
John Duncan, accused falsehood, fraud, &
Margaret Bishop, theft; 6 months Bridewell.
G. Galbraith, theft; 12 months in Bridewell.
William M'Garvie, from Paisley, assault ;
Printed by John Muir, Glasgow.
Date of publication:
1823 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(050)