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Trial and sentence of Peter Moffat.
This trial report begins: 'A coarect account of the Trial and Sentence of Peter Moffat, for the Murder of his Father, at Kilsyth, on the 2d April 1822, and who is to be Executed at Stirling, on Friday the 28th July, 1826.'

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 Robert Irving
This crime report begins: 'THE WHOLE / Trial, Confession and Sentence, / OF / Mr. Robert Irvine Chaplain to Baillie Gordon, who was this Day Execute at the Green-side betwixt Leith and Edinburgh, for Murdering of John and Alexander Gordons. / Broughton-Tollbooth April 30th. 1717.'

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.

Trial and sentence of Robert Scott
This trial report begins: 'A particular account of the Trial and Sentence of ROBERT SCOTT, the Edinburgh Carrier to Earlstoun, who is to be Executed at the spot where he committed the horrid deed, on Wednesday, 29th October, 1823, for the barbarous murder of James Aitchison, cooper, and Robert Sim, horse-dealer, Greenlaw, on the road near Earlston, and who, after he had effected his horrid design, cut off their noses and put them in their mouths, with an account of his dreadful behaviour before the Court ; his body is to be sent to Edinburgh for dissection.' It was published by William Carse of Glasgow, and probably sold for one penny.

Trial and Sentence of Robert Surrage and John Dempsey
This crime report begins: 'Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of ROBERT SURRAGE and JOHN DEMPSEY, Privates in the 13th Regiment of Infantry, who are to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 13th December, 1820, for the Murder of Three Men in a Riot at Greenock, on the Evening of the 31st of July last.' The broadside was published by James Lindsay of Edinburgh and priced at one penny.

Trial and sentence of Robert Tennant
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of ROBERT TENNANT, who is to be Executed at Stirling, on Wednesday morning, the 2d of October and his body buried within the prcincts of the Jail there, for the Horrid murder of William Peddie, labourer, by felling him on the head with a Hammer, on the evening of 3d of August, 1833, while breaking stones on the road, in the parish of Falkirk.' This broadside was published in Edinburgh, by Menzies.

Trial and sentence of the Bonnymuir prisoners, for High Treason
This court report begins: 'This morning, at nine o'clock, the Court (consisting of the Lord President, the Lord Justice Clerk, Lords Hermand and Gillies, Mr Searjeant Hullock, the Lord Chief Commissioner, the Lord Advocate, and a great number of other Advocates) met, and proceeded to the trial of the following persons, accused of High Treason . . . ' Dated July 13th, 1820, the sheet was published by W. Carse, Printer.

Trial And Sentence Of The Gilmerton Monsters
This report begins: 'How now! Ye secret black and midnight fiends! / What's this ye do? A deed without a name! -- Shakespeare. Wi?mair o? horrible an? awfu? / That even to name would be unlawfu?! -- Burns. High Court of Justiciary. -- July 12, 1830.' Printed by Forbes and Owen. The opening quotations to this broadside by Shakespeare and Burns are from 'Macbeth' and 'Tam O?Shanter'.

Trial and sentence of Thomas Black and John Reid
This report begins: 'An Account of the Trial and Sentence of Thomas Black and John Reid two Boys, who are to be Executed at the head of Libertons Wynd Edin. On Wednesday the 10th day of Dec. next, for Housebreaking and Robbery in the Neighbourhood of Leith.' It was printed for B. Brown and sold for one penny.

Trial and sentence of William Alexander and Janet Blackwood, or Martin
This trial report begins: 'A full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of Wm. Alexander, and Janet Blackwood, or Martin, who were tried before the High Court of Justiciary, on Monday 29th January 1827, for Murder, and Assault, on the person of Catherine Smith, wife of the said Wm. Alexander, on 6th September last, who died in the Infirmary on the 8th, September, in consequence.' This broadside was printed for William Henry and cost one penny.

Trial and sentence of William Allan
This trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of WILLIAM ALLAN, who was tried at Edinburgh, on Tuesday the 27th of December, 1825, for the Barbarous Murder and Robbery of Alexander McKay, on the 17th September last, and who is to be Executed at Aberdeen, on Friday the 10th February, 1826, and his body to be delivered over to the Professor of Anatomy of that city for Dissection.' This broadside was printed in Edinburgh for William Henry and priced at one penny.

Trial and sentence of William Burke and Helen McDougall
This crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of WILLIAM BURKE and HELEN M'DOUGALL, his reputed wife, who were tried before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 24th December, 1828'.

Trial and sentence of William Burke, 1828
This report begins: 'A full account of the Trial and Sentence of William Burke this day, the West Port Murderers, who is to be executed on Wednesday the 28th January.' The execution was to take place in 1829. Burke's trial was on Christmas Eve, 1828. Unfortunately no publisher is given.

Trial and sentence of William McIntyre
This trial report begins: 'Trial & Sentence Of WILLIAM M'INTYRE, an unfortunate tailor, belonging to Paisley, who was tried before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Monday the 20th January, 1823, and sentenced to be executed there on Wednesday the 26th day of February next, betwixt 8 and 10 o'clock in the morning, for Housebreaking and Theft.' It was published by John Muir of Glasgow, and probably cost one penny.

Trial and sentence of William Pollock
This trial report begins: 'A full account of the Trial and Sentence of William Pollock, for the barbarous murder of his Wife, who is to be executed at Edinburgh on the 22d March.'

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 and Sentence!
This report begins: 'A Full, True, and particular ACCOUNT of the Trial and Sentence of ROBERT JOHNSTON, GEORGE GALLOWAY, and JAMES LEES, for Assault and Robbery, on the 25th of October last, on the High Road, south of St Patrick?s Square, Edinburgh; one of whom, (Robert Johnston), is to be Executed at Edinburgh on Wednesday 30th of December next. George Galloway to be banished for Fourteen, and James Lees for Seven years, beyond seas.' The publisher is not identified.

Trial of a Priest
This crime report begins: 'A wonderful trial of a Priest for the horrid and cruel murder of a young Lady, (whom he had seduced,) and her Mother, after robbing them of an immense fortune; with an account of other five girls whom he had betrayed all of whom he had privately married; with his address to the judges in mitigation of punishment for his horrid crimes; The trial lasted near four years. TAKEN FROM THE SUN OF SATURDAY THE 5th SEPTEMBER, 1829.' This sheet was published by Carmichael and Graham, Trongate, Glasgow, 1829.

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.

Trial of John Armstrong
This court report begins: 'An account of the Trial of JOHN ARMSTRONG, in the High Court of Justiciary, for Shopbreaking and Theft, who is to be executed at Edinburgh on Wednesday the 17th day of January, 1810.' This sheet was published by Thomas Duncan.

Trial of John Skelton
This trial report begins: 'An account of the Trial of John Skelton, which came on before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on Monday the 2d of March, 1812, for Rioting and Robbery, on the streets of Edinburgh, on New Year's Morning last, and who is to be executed in that City, on Wednesday the 15th of April next. -Also the indictment of Six Persons, concerned in the same Riots, and accused of the Murder of Dugald Campbell, Police Officer.' It was published by Thomas Duncan of 159 Saltmarket, Glasgow.

Trial of John Stewart and Catherine Wright for murder
This broadside begins: 'Account of the interesting Trial of John Stewart and Catherine Wright for the Murder and Robbery of Robert Lamont, on board the Toward Castle Steam Boat . . . They are to be Executed at Glasgow on Wednesday the 19th August next.' The report was published in Glasgow in July 1829 by William Carse. The trial was held at Edinburgh.

Trial of Robert Ferguson
The crime report begins: An Account of the Trial of ROBERT FERGUSON, before the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Inverness, which was opened on the 15th of September, 1812, for the wilful Murder of CAPTAIN CHARLES MONRO, of his Majesty's 42d Regiment, and for which crime he is to be executed at Inverness, on Friday the 30th of October next, and his Body given for Dissection.' It was published by Thomas Duncan of Glasgow.

Trial of Robert Murray
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial of ROBERT MURRAY, who was tried yesterday, the 28th February, 1825, before the High Court of Justiciary, for the Robbery of the Stirling Mail, on the evening of the 18th December last, at Kirkliston when Cash to the amount of upwards of 7000 Sterling was abstracted!'. This sheet was published by Robert McMillan and sold for a penny.

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
This crime report begins: 'A Full, true and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of John Ramsay, who was tried a second time on the charge of rioting at Ayr; Together with the trials and sentences of the different prisoners who were tried this week.' The broadside is not dated, nor does it carry any publication details.

Trials
This summary of court proceedings begins: 'Yesterday, the Justiciary Court was opened here by Lords Meadowbank and Mackenzie, when it proceeded with the trial of Duncan M'Arthur, Margaret Love, and Catherine Fitzgerald, charged with stealing a trunk, containing a great many articles of wearing apparel, belonging to Lord Strathallan.' The publisher was William Carse of Glasgow.

Trials and executions for 'Witchcraft, Adultery, Fornication, &c. &c.
This account begins: 'An account of the most remarkable Trials and Executions which took place in Scotland for above 300 years, against the persons who suffered for Witchcraft, Adultery, Fornication, &c. &c.' The sheet was printed by John Muir of Princes Street, Glasgow, some time between 1821 and 1839.

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