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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: 'Of all the different Prisoners who stood their Trials before the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Glasgow, which commenced on the 11th April, 1821, when two persons received sentence of Death.' The sheet was published by John Muir of Glasgow in 1821.

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 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 execution notice begins: 'JOSEPH ALLISON AND MAXWELL ALLISON were charged with having on the 27th May last, at or near to the house in Fisher Street, Stranraer . . . attacked and assaulted James Mourne, or Morrin, or M'Morrin'. This sheet was published by Menzies.

Trial and Sentence
This execution notice begins: 'A True and Particular ACCOUNT of the TRIAL and SENTENCE of JANET DOUGLAS, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 12th Day of October next, for Child Stealing!!!'. This sheet was published by the Booksellers, Edinburgh, and could have been purchased for a penny.

Trial and sentence of Allan Grant, James Kenny Stewart, Mary Muirhead and Isabella Kerr or Gray
This trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of Allan Grant, James Kenny Stewart, Mary Muirhead, and Isabella Kerr or Gray, who were tried at Edinr. Before the High Court of Justiciary, for the Crimes of Murder, Robbery, and Theft, on Monday the 5th day of March 1827, and who are all to be transported, Grant for Life, Kenny Stewart and Mary Muirhead for Fourteen, and Kerr or Gray for Seven years.' No printer or exact date are given.

Trial and sentence of Reverend Joseph Robertson and William Pearson
This report begins: 'A Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of the Rev. Joseph Robertson, and W. Pearson, accused of Falshood, Fraud & Forgery, and of celebrating unlawful marriages, on Wednesday March 18, 1818.' This sheet was published by R. Lindsay of Edinburgh and cost one penny.

Trial and sentence of William Thomson, James Thomson, and John Fram
This account begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Senetnce of WILLIAM THOMSON, JAMES THMSON, and JOHN, FRAM, who are to be Executed at Dalkeith, on Thursday 1st March, 1827, for Highway Robbery.'

Trial of Alexander Robertson, Alexander Archibald, James Dickson and James McMillan
This trial report begins: 'An Account of the Trial and Sentence of Alexander Robertson, Alexander Archibald, James Dickson and James M'Millan, for breaking into the City Auction Mart, in the Candleriggs, Glasgow.' It is dated the 1st March, 1819 and was published for John Moir or Muir.

Trials
This report begins: 'A particular Account of the proceedings on the State Trials, which commenced at Stirling on the 13th July, 1820. A state trial was very different from a criminal trial, in that it was a trial held for alleged crimes against the state - in other words, treason. This sheet was published in 1820 by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trials and Sentences
This report begins: 'Just published, the Trials and Sentences of the different culprits who were tried this day before the Lords of Justiciary in Edinburgh, among whom were Walter Cunningham, a convict returned from banishment; John Sutherland, a baker, for theft; and James Graham for trafficing in bad coin.' The date given on this sheet is Monday, 10th December 1832.

Trials and Sentences
This account of court proceedings begins: 'Glasgow, April 18th, 1822. - The court has gone through the following cases: MATHEW WILSON, charged with stealing upon the 29th Dec. 9 silk handkerchiefs, and 15 yards of Queen's Cloth, from Francis Gemmill, Paisley, and being habit and repute a thief, pled Guilty, and was sentenced to 14 years' transportation.' It was printed by W. Carse of Glasgow.

Trials and Sentences
Dated the 8th of September 1840, this report begins: 'The autumn circuit commenced this day. The lords Meadowbank and Cockburn arrived in town about ten o'clock, and were accompanied by the magistrates, a detachment of police, headed by Captain Miller, with a party of Dragoons and the band.' This sheet was published by Carmichael, Printer, Glasgow.

Trials and Sentences
This crime report begins: 'Of the different persons who have stood their trials before the Circuit Court of the Justiciary, which commenced at Glasgow, on Wednesday the 12th September, 1821, when one Woman and two Men have received the awful sentence of Death.' This sheet was printed by John Muir in Glasgow in 1821.

Trials and Sentences
This list of criminal judgements begins: 'Of all the different Prisoners who have stood their Trials before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which commenced at Glasgow on Wednesday the 23d April, 1823, when JAMES WILSON received the awful Sentence of Death, and is to be Executed on Wednesday the 4th of June next, for Housebreaking and Theft.' This sheet was published by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trials and Sentences
This crime report begins: 'An account of the Trials and Sentences of 37 persons before the Circuit Court at Glasgow, five of whom, Edward McGaffer, Francis Cain, Geo. Laidlaw, D. Wylie and Wm. Johnston are to be executed on the 29th October and 12th November , 1823.'

Trials and Sentences
This court account begins: 'Of all the different Prisoners who have stood their Trials before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which commenced on Monday last, when / TWO YOUNG MEN / were sentenced to be Executed on Wednesday the 29th of October next, for robbery.' This sheet was published in Glasgow by John Muir.

Trials and Sentences
This court account begins: 'April 23, 1823?This day the Circuit Court of the Justiciary was opened here by Lords Succoth and Gillies'. This sheet was published by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trials and sentences at the Glasgow Court of Justiciary
This court report begins: 'TRIALS & SENTENCES / Glasgow, Sept. 22d, 1823. - The Court of Justiciary was opened by the Right Hon. The Lords Justice Clerk and Hermand, when, after an impressive prayer from the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, the Court proceeded to try the following cases:-'. It was printed by William Carse of Glasgow and probably sold for one penny.

Trials and sentences of prisoners in Glasgow, 1820
This report begins: 'A particular Account of the Trial and Sentences of all the prisoners who have stood their trials at the present Circuit Court, which commenced at Glasgow, on Wednesday 26th April, 1820.' This sheet was published in 1820 by John Muir of Glasgow.

Trials and Sentences, Edinburgh, 1833
This crime report begins: 'just published, a correct account of the Trials and Sentences of the different prisoners that came on before the High Court of Justiciary, this day -- Four Catholics for attempting to murder a man for being a Protestant, at Queensferry -- Janet Ferguson, or Charters, for Robbery of jewels, pearls, diamonds. gold and silver plate, from General Sir James Gordon.' The sheet was published in 1833 by Forbes & Co. of the Cowgate, Edinburgh.

Trials, &c.
This report begins: 'A Full and Very Particular account of the Trials of the different Persons who stood their trials before the Special Commission, which opened at Paisley, on Tuesday the 1st of August, 1820.' The sheet was published in 1820 by John Muir of Glasgow.

Unhappy Transport's Letter to his Father and Mother in Edinburgh
This broadside letter begins: 'Dear Parents, I embrace this opportunity of writing, hoping these lines will find you well. With respect to myself I have little to say: I have been most miserable in this unhappy land. I have suffered every degradation of life: insult upon insult have been heaped upon me; I have been obliged to associate with the most depraved of human beings, my master's men.' The letter was apparently written on the 4th of September 1831, from Jenk's Planation, Vandirman's, and is signed, 'Your unfortunate son, John Paterson'. Interestingly, a scribbled date of 1833 also appears on the sheet.

Warning to the Public
This report begins: 'A WARNING To the public; being a lamenable instance of gronudless Suspicion. An account of the melancholy death of Mary M'Intyre who being innocently accused of finding and keeping up four 5 notes belonging to her master a Manufacturer in Paisley.'

Whipping!
This crime report begins: 'An Account of the Trial and Sentence of THOMAS HAY, for Stabbing Wiiliam Moffat, in Leith, on the 18th of July last, and who was, this day, publicly whipped through that Town.'

Whipping!
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of ALEXANDER M'KAY, and WILLIAM M'DONALD, for Assult and Stabbing on the Streets of Edinburgh ; the former of whom is to be Publicly Whipped, on a Platform at the head of Libberton's Wynd, on Wednesday the 27th July, 1825, at one o'Clock afternoon, and to be afterwards Banished for Seven years ; and M'Donald to be confined in Bridwell for Twelve months, at Hard Labonr.' The broadside was published in Edinburgh by William Robertson, and sold for a penny.

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