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Broadside entitled 'Trials and Sentences'
Trials & Sentences.
Glasgow, April 23d, 1823.?This afternoon, the Circuit Court of Justiciary was
Thursday, April 24th.?The Court met this morning at 11 o'clock, and proceeded
Catherine Harkness alias Greenshields, charged with stealing a quantity of wearing
Mathew Turhbull, accused of breaking the shop of John Lethem, Laurieston, and
Peter Connacher, accused of slabbing Willing Rae, was found Guilty, and was sen-
James Wilson and John Gilchrist accused of breaking the shop of Duncan M'Arthur,
Thomas and Mathew Grass and John Buchanan, for perjury, were outlawed.
John M'Kenna, for uttering four forged guinea notes, pled Guilty, and was sen-
George Campbell, accused of murder, was recommitted on a new warrant.
John Thomson, theft, pleaded Guilty. Sentence; 7 years' transportation.
James Clark and Robert Scott, for separate therts; both outlawed.
Ann M'Kechnie and John M'Donald, theft; diet deserted.
Robert M'Neill for theft; libel Not Proven, and he was dismissed from the bar.
Wm. Murray or Morrow, Daniel Hunter or Reid, and William Beveridge, for theft
Thomas M'Millan, for culpable homicide, was dismissed from the bar.
William M'Gowan, for lifting a dead body; this case goes to Edinburgh.
Alexander M'Kay, for robbery, pled Guilty. Sentence ; to be transported for life.
John M'Donald, accused of breaking into a jeweller's shop in Candleriggs, Glasgow,
Wm. Ure, Neil M'Cann, and James Muir, theft; Ure pled Guilty, and was sen-
Wm. and John Clark, assaulting and mobbing ; John was outlawed, and the other
Wm. Carvel, theft, was found Guilty. Sentenced to 7 years' transportation.
James Alexander, for assaulting a woman. This case goes to Edinburgh.
Hugh Gallaghan, for theft in Greenock. Diet deserted.
Adam Wallace for assault in Neilston. Sentence. 12 months in Paisley jall.
Saturday, April 25th.?John and James Munningall for deforcing revenue officers.
Alex. Foster, Wr. Grey and Wm. M'Allister for robbery in Greenock ; dismissed.
Robert Campbell and John Brown, charged with breaking a warchouse in Stirling
W. Carse, Printer, Glasgow.
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1823 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(051)