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Broadside regarding trials and sentences at the Glasgow Court of Justiciary
Glasgow, Sept. 22d, 1823.?The Court of Justiciary was opened by the Right Hon.
John Reilley, or Ryley, and Mary M'Adam, or Martin, housebreaking and reset.
Peter Rice, robbery In Grcenock, to be transported for life.?Libel was restricted.
Cornelius M' Kean, William Keel alias Cornelius M' Kean alias William M' Keel, for
John Shaw, residing in Greenock, for assaulting and abusing his wife to the danger
William Montgomerie, for several acts of theft in Greenock, and being habit and
Alexander M'Dongall, for theft and housebreaking in Greenock ; be was found
John Sinclair and Hugh M'Dougall for thefl and housebreaking in Paisley, and
Tuesday, Sept. 23d?The Court met this iaorning; when G. Campbell for murder
Mary Little, for theft in Candleriggs Street, and being habit and repute a thief,
Alex. M'Phie, John Baird, Andrew Adamson, and Walter Winning, for mobbing
Edward M' Caffer, Peter M' Queen, Francis Cain and Archd. Gibson, aseault and
Archibald Knox, assault, stabbing and wounding.?Guilty, 7 years' transportation.
Magerat Bishop, theft ; 6 months in Bridewell.
G. Galbrith, theft; 12 months in Bridewell.
Alex. M'Kay, P. M' Conachie, Jn. Robertson, Wm. Walker and Archd. Nicholsosn;
Friday, Sept. 20th.?George Laidlaw and George Spittal, for breaking into a jewel-
J. Lawrie, for housebreaking and theft in Renfrewshire; 7 years' transportation.
Wm. White, John Paisley, Mrs Paisley. Letita Philips or Davies, and Maria Sinclair,
J. Low, J. M ' Donald, J. M' Manus, theft ; sentenced to 14 years' transportations
J. Morton, theft ; 7 years transportation.
Mary Scott, J. Gibson, M. M'Donald, theft ; remitted to the Sheriff.
J. Donaldson, assault ; outlawed.
Saturday, Sept. 25th.?Win. Boyd, Henry Wilson, Henry Marshall, Ju. Buchanas
Peter Sinclair, Alexander Browa, and Kerr Young, for robbery ; Sinclair was found
R. Gibson, theft, and P. Reid reset ; first to be transported 14, the latter, 7 years.
J. Mathieson and his wife, and D. Twaddell, theft ; Twadell, 7 years trinspota-
David Wylie, William Johnston, David Dunsmore, Ann Hunter, or Dunsmore, Ja.
Besides those tried above, there are about 12 persons outlawed for different crimes.
W. Carse, Printer, Glasgow.
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1823 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(063)