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Trial
This report begins: 'A full, true, and particular Account of the Trial of Mr David Bartie, writer, before the High Court of Justiciary, yesterday, for violating the person of Margaret Gray, a girl fourteen years of age, servant in the house in which the pannel lodged, in East Cumberland Street, Edinburgh, and which Trial occupied the Court eleven hours.' Published by Forbes & Owen in Edinburgh.

Trial & Sentence
This report begins: 'Trial & Sentence of JAMES BELL, Private in the Fifth Dragoon Guards, for the Murder of Serjeant-major Moorhead, by shooting him with a pistol at Piershill Barrachs, on Sunday the 17th May last.' Published by Sanderson of the High Street, Edinburgh, on the 22nd June 1835.

Trial & Sentence
This report begins: 'Of Two Men and Two Women before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 5th of this month, November, 1823, for the barbarous Murder of Mr John M'Clure in July last, as he was returning from Ochiltree Sacrament to Ayr, when JAMES ANDERSON and DAVID GLEN were found Guilty, and sentenced to be Executed at Ayr, on Friday the 12th of December next, and their bodies to be given for dissection, with the conversation which took place between them and their visitors after their sentence.' The sheet was published by William Carse of Glasgow in 1823.

Trial & Sentence
This report begins: 'Account of the Trial and Sentence of Mrs. COCKER, who travelled the country with a show, accused of the Murder of her own Daughter, a girl about 9 years of age, in the parish of Kilbarchan, on the 20th of September last, by wounding her in various parts of the body, and afterwards throwing her into the Cart; she was tried at Edinburgh on Monday last, the 7th of June, 1824.' The sheet was published by William Carse of Glasgow, who is listed as working from various addresses in Glasgow between 1820 and 1836.

Trial & Sentences
Following on from the title, the report continues: ' . . . convicted of Breaking into, and Robbing the dwelling house of Alex. Arniel, farmer at Caplin, in the parish of Neilston, on the 12th or 13th of November,1819.' The sheet was published in December 1820, by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: ' An account of the Trial and Sentence of John Wilson and Duncan Fraser, two young men belonging to Edinburgh, who are to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 28th, day of January, 1824. for breaking into the Shop of James Smyth Taylor, St. Mary's Wynd Edinburgh.' The report was published in December 1823, probably in Edinburgh, and priced at one penny.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of JAMES MITCHELL and JOHN SHARP, who were tried before the High Court of Justiciary on Monday last, 11th July, and who are to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 17th August, 1825, for Highway Robbery.' This was published by Alexander Turnbull of Edinburgh, in 1825.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'Just published, the Trial of Duncan MacMillan, for the horrid crime of assaulting and raviging the person of Jean McLauchlane, with the dreadful Sentence pronounced upon him, which important trial came on before the High Court of Justiciary yesterday, and lasted for twelve hours.' Publisher: Forbes & Co. Printers, 171 Cowgate, Edinburgh.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A full true and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of William Gilchrist, George Gilchrist, and James Brown, who were tried before the High Court of Justiciary on Wednedsay 13th July, on a charge of abstracting a box from the Prince Regent coach from Glasgow to Edinburgh, containing L.5712 6s on the 24th March last, when George Gilchrist was sentenced to be executed on the 3d of August next - William Gilchrist and Brown were dismissed from the bar.' This sheet was published by Murdoch McRae. Using an 'L' was an old-fashioned way of writing the sign, so the amount stolen was 5712, which would be worth approximately 280,000 today.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'A Full, True and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of Thomas Beveridge, who is to be executed on the 2d of December next, for the Murder of his Wife, on the 2d of October, 1831, and his body given for dissection'. This sheet was printed for George Craig and sold for a penny a sheet.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of John Thomson and David Dobie, carters, Gilmerton who are to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 18th of August 1830, for the Assault, Rape, Murder and Robbery of Margaret Paterson, and their Bodies to be given for dissection!'

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of John Thomson and David Dobie, carters, Gilmerton, who are to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday 18th August, for the Assault, Rape, Murder and Robbery of Margaret Paterson, and their bodies to be given for Dissection.' Printed for Wm. Robertson.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'Trial and Sentence of David Haggart, for the Murder of the Dumfries jailor who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 18th day of July next.' The name of the publisher is not included.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A full and particular account of the trial of DONALD RANKINE who was tried at the High Court of Justiciary on Monday the 3d December, and was found guilty of the crime of robbery for which he was condemned to be executed at Inverary on Friday the 18th of January 1822. Also an account of the trial of Donald M'Kenzie who was sentenced to fourteen years transportation.' The sheet was published by William Cameron of Edinburgh.

Trial and sentence
This broadside begins: 'An account of the trial and Sentence of Andrew Ewart, for the murder of Henry Pennycook, in the Church yard of Libberton on the 4th December last and who is to be executed at Edinburgh on the 12th day of March next.' '1828' is handwritten on the sheet in two places.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'An Account of the Trial and Sentence of Thomas Hay, for stabbing William Moffat, in Leith, on the 18th of July last, and before his sentence is carried into execution he is to be lashed through the town of Leith on Wednesday 18th February 1824.' It was published in Edinburgh in February 1824.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of CHARLES McEWEN, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 7th April, 1824, for the Barbarous Murder of Margaret Money (Mooney), and his body to be given for dissection.' This broadside sold for a penny and was published in Edinburgh by James Dogherty.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of William M'Toague, and John M'Crevie, who are to be Executed at Glasgow on Wednesday the 19th May next 1824, for Issuing Forged Notes, and for Housebreaking and Theft.' This broadside was published in Edinburgh by Robert McMillan and sold for one penny.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of DONALD ELPHINSTONE, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday morning, the 28th of July, 1824, for the Murder of Mary Stark, or Croket, his mother-in-law, on the 20th of Februrry last, in Libberton's Wynd, and whose body is to be given to Dr. A. Munro for Dissection.' This broadside was sold for one penny and printed on the day of the execution.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'An account of the Trial and Sentence of JOHN STEWART and CATHERINE WRIGHT, who were found guilty at Edinburgh on Tuesday last of the horrid Murder and Robbery of Robert Lamont on board the Toward Castle Steam Boat, and Sentenced to be Executed at Glasgow on Wednesday the 19th August next.' The sheet was published on July 15th, 1829, by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'Trial and Sentence Of JAMES GORDON, who is to be Executed at Dumfries, on the 6th June, 1821, for the Barbarous Murder of James Elliot, a Poor Pedlar Boy, by Knocking him on the Head with a Wooden Clog, in a Lonely Muir, in November last.' It was published by John Muir of Glasgow and is dated 30th April 1821.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'Full, True and particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of WILLIAM HARDIE, Gamekeeper, before the High Court of Justiciary on Monday, for Shooting at William Bayles, or Bailes, with intent to Murder; also a correct account of the Trial of the notorious Edinburgh Thief ROBERT HORN, and JAMES M'LAREN, for daring Housebreaking and Theft.' The broadside was published by John Campbell of Edinburgh. The date is not supplied.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'An account of the trial and sentence, before the High Court of the Justiciary this day, Thursday, of James Sime for house-breaking & theft, who is to be executed at Edinburgh, on the 15th August next.'

Trial and Sentence
This crime account continues: 'Of JAMES BRYCE, labourer, Airdrie, for the Horrid Murder of JOHN GEDDES. / HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY. / Edinburgh, Tuesday, March 12th, 1844.' This sheet was published by Sanderson of Edinburgh.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of Robert Emond, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 17th of March, 1830, for the Barbarous Murder of Mrs Franks and her Daughter, near Haddington, and whose body is to be delivered to the Professor of Anatomy for Dissection.'

Trial and sentence of Hugh and Euphemia McMillan
This trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of HUGH M'MILLAN, and EUPHEMIA M'MILLAN, this last of whom is to be Executed at Edinburgh on Wednesday the 23d January, 1828, for the Murder of Archibald Campbell, Teacher of Dancing in Edinburgh, by throwing Vitriol in his face, in consequence of which he died in great agony.' Vitriol is another name for sulphuric acid.

Trial and sentence of Margaret Boag
This crime report begins: 'An account of the Trial and Sentence of Margaret Boag, yesterday before the High Court of Justiciary, charged with the atrocious murder of an old woman, 75 years of age, at Dunning in Perthshire, with the account how the murder &c. was discovered, which was committed six years ago.'

Trial and sentence of Mary Elder or Smith
This report begins: 'A Full, correct, and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of MARY ELDER or SMITH, wife of David Smith, Farmer at Denside, Parish, of Monikie, and county of Forfar, who was tried at Edinburgh, on Monday the 19th February 1827, for the wilful Murder of Margaret Warden, a young woman, her own Servant maid, by Administering Poison to her, on the 5th September last, in consequence of which she Died the third day after ; but the libel was found Not Proven.' Published for James McLean.

Trial and Sentence of Robert Mackintosh
This crime report begins: 'A true account of the interesting trial of Robert Makintosh, who was tried at the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Aberdeen for the cruel Murder of Elizabeth Anderson, his own Sweetheart, Also an account of the trial of William Gordon for the murder of his wife, who were both sentenced to be Executed on the 31st of May next.' The report is dated 16th April, but the year is not given, and the broadside carries no further publication details.

Trial and sentence of Robert Scott
This crime report begins: 'Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of ROBERT SCOTT, who is to be Executed at the spot where he committed the horrid deed, on Wednesday 29th October, for the barbarous Murder of James Aitcheson, Cooper, and Robert Sim, Horse-dealer, Greenlaw, on the road near Earlston, on the 30th of June last, and his Body to be sent to Dr MUNRO, Edinburgh, for Dissection. This sheet was published by Allan Grant, in Edinburgh, and sold for a penny a copy.

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