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Broadside entitled 'Trials and Sentences'
Trials & Sentences
Glasgow, April 12th, 1824,?This day, the Circuit Court of Justiciary was opened
John M'Nee, accused of theft; John M'Farlane of a rape ; Daniel Montgomery
Thomas M'Lachlan, for theft of a horse, pled Guilty, and was sentenced to 12
Archibald Gibson, who was outlawed at last Circuit, accused of assaulting and rob-
Robert Thomson, for theft in Greenock, and being habit and repute a thief, pled
Frederick Forrester, accused, of falsehood, fraud, forgery, and wilful imposition,
Margaret Gordon, accused of theft and housebreaking, and being habit and repute
Maria Kelly, accused of uttering a forged 1l. note of the Glasgow Bank. Libel not
Tuesday, April 13th, 1824.?Alexander Stevenson and Ann Livingstone, accused
John Dougherty, a seafaring man, accused of stealing a ferry-boat, near Cardross,
W. M'Alister, H. Gallochar, and John M'Donald, for theft in Greenock, were
J. H. Thomson, for theft in Paisley, found Guilty ; to be transported 7 years.
T. Smith and J. M'Lintock, housebreaking, theft, and habit and repute thieves,
Francis Weir accused of theft, was found Guilty, to be transported 14 years.
S. M'Menemy, falsehood, fraud, wilful imposition, and embezzlement, pled guilty.
William M'Teague and Margaret M'Teague, for uttering forged notes, were found
James Stables, accused of issuing forged notes was next put to the bar, and who
J. Graham, J. Smith, J. M'Leod, and Quinten Kerr, from Paisley, housebreaking
John M'Dougall, alias Gow; housebreaking?guilty; 7 years transportation.
Campbell Roy and James Bell, for housebreaking and, theft, and habit and repute
W. Weir, theft, round guilty; 6 months imprisonment.
Alex. Paterson and Wm. Hill for housebreaking; the former to be transported 14
W. Henderson and J. M'Gregor, accused of theft, were dismissed from the bar.
David Sharp, John Cameron or Anderson, J. and D. M'Creevie, for stouthrief,
William M'Q[ ] alias Corley forgery pled Guilty; transportstion for life
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1824 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(070)