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Broadside entitled ' Trials and Sentences'
OF THE DIFFERENT PRISONERS WHO HAVE STOOD
THEIR TRIALS AT THIS CIRCUIT.
The autumn Circuit commenced this day. The Lords Meadowbank
After the Judges had taken their seats on the Bench, the Court con-
George Allardice, culpable homicide, by discharging a cannon loaded
Agnes Sharp or Buchanan, striping children in Greenock, pled guilty.
Mary Johnston, theft. Twelve month's hard labour in Bridewell.
William Hamilton, theft, 14 yesrs transportation.
Cathrine Chandler, theft, Seven times previously convicted. Seven
Jean Russell. theft. Seven years' transportation.
Elizabeth Hanigan, theft. Seven years' transportation.
William Thomson, stealing three cows in Kilbride. Seven years' trans-.
John Ramsay, theft. Seven years' transportation.
Joan Campbell. theft, from a house in Old Wynd, and being a common
Mary Girdwood, theft. Seven years' transportation.
William Barclay. theft. 7 years' transportation.
Alexander M.Gregor, theft. 7 years' transportation.
Walter Whyte, and Margaret Dynan or White, embezzlement. Charge
Robert Osborne, James Pattison, Elizabeth Law and Thomas Law, theft and
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY.
Daniel M'Donald, passing base coin; 12 months in brideweal
Hannah Martin, theft, 7 years transportation.
Jane Stewart, Housebreaking in Greenock. 14 years transportation.
Grace M' Gunuigal, theft,7 years transportation.
James Miller, theft, do do
John M'Donald, passing base money in Greenock, fortune do
John Chandler, theft, seven do do
James Rankin, Isabella Munro, Rose Ford, and Margaret Nellis, theft in An-
Nancy Brown, theft of a mantle, 12 months in bridewell.
Robert Paton and janet Stewart theft, Paton 7 years transportation and Stew-
Charles Patonland John Tait, theft, outlawed.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE HORRID & CRUEL
OF MRS KENNEDY, BELONGING TO KIL-
ALSO AN ACCOUNT OF HIS APPREHENSION AND
From the Glasgow Constitutional of Septembsr 9th 1840.
M R G E A G H.
Newport has been considerably excited for some time back, on account
The amount of the forgeries was £4,956 15s 8d.which consisted of
The trial came on last, Monday___Miss Herbert was called to prove
The Jury retired for a considerable time, when they brought in a ver-
Carmichael Printer Glasgow.
Date of publication:
1849 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(118)