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Prince James, Duke of Hamilton
This broadside begins: 'A Poem Upon the most potent Prince James D[uk]e of Hamilton; anent the Union, of Great Britain.' The first verse reads: 'ALL You Brave Noble Men give Ear, / A Declaration You shall hear, / Of a Brave Noble Man of Fame, / His Stile it is Duke Hamiltoun.' Written in ink at the bottom of the sheet is 'Edinburgh 1707': the year the Act of Union was signed.

Prisoners tried before the Court of Justiciary
This broadside begins: 'Trial & Sentence of all the prisoners who have appeared before the Court of Justiciary since its opening on Thursday the 18th of April, 1822.' The court was opened by Lords Pitmilly and Succoth, 'After a suitable prayer by the Rev. Dr Taylor of St Enoch's'.

Proceedings at the Lancaster Assizes after rioting at steam mills in Lancashire, 1826
This report begins: 'Account of the proceedings at the Lancaster Assizes against the Rioters in Lancashire; when no less than 35 Men and 7 Women received the awful sentence of Death on Monday last, for destroying the Steam-power Looms; Also, the excellent Address of the Judge on passing Sentence, with the Names of the unfortunate Prisoners.' The sheet was published in Glasgow by John Muir.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Ayr
This court round-up begins: 'Ayr Autumn Circuit; The Autumn Circuit was opened in the Court House, County Buildings, on Wednesday last October 4 1848, by Lords Mackenzie and Medwyn. WITH A FULL REPORT OF / THE TRIAL AND SENTENCE OF / M'WHEELAN / THE MURDERER!'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Dumfries and Glasgow
This account begins: 'An account of the Trials and Sentences in the Dumfries and Glasgow Circuits, when Four persons werr sentenced to be Executed on the first of June 1825. Also, the Enecution of Mark Whitting and James Caines, whose grandfather was banished, his father hanged and himself the 4th son that has been hanged ; his only surviving brother was apprehended lately for highway robbery.'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
The report begins: 'Trial and Sentence of all the various prisoners who have appeared at the Bar of the Circuit Court of Justiciary in Glasgow, since its commencement on Wednesday 2nd May, 1827.' This sheet was published the same day, by William Carse of Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This account begins 'Glasgow Trials / Account, of the Trials and Sentences of the various Prisoners who have stood before the Circuit Court of Justiciary since its opening on Monday last.' It was published in Glasgow, on 15th September 1828, by William Carse.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This account begins: 'An account of the Trials and Sentences of all the different Prisoners who have been tried before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which met at Glasgow on Monday, September 15, 1828.' The sheet was printed in Glasgow by John Muir.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This crime report begins: 'This day, the two Judges proceeded to try the following cases:- Alexr. Latham. John Nish and Alexr. Latham, assault. Outlawed. ROBERT ANDERSON, for breaking into the Currying Shop of David Mickle, Spoutmouth, on the 38th June last, and stealing guinea note, pled Guilty.' The broadside was published by William Carse of Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This broadside, entitled 'Circuit', begins: 'A List of the TRIALS and SENTENCES of the various Prisoners who have appeared before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which opened at Glasgow. On Monday the 21st Sep. 1829.' The sheet was published by Carmichael & Graham, Printers.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This court report begins: 'An account of the proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which opened at Glasgow on Tuesday last, when / JAMES DOLLAN / was sentenced to be Executed on the 7th of June next, for a daring Robbery on the Old Bridge of Glasgow.' It was published by John Muir of Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This crime report begins: 'One Man sentenced to Death. / Trial and Sentence / of all the Prisoners since the opening of the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Glasgow on Monday the 27th Sept.' The sheet was published in 1824 by William Carse of Glasgow, who had a reputation for giving the results of the local assizes and for covering trials in Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This broadside begins: 'Trials & Sentences Of all the different Prisoners who have stood their Trials at the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which opened at Glasgow on Monday the 16th September, 1822, when one young man was sentenced to be Executed at Glasgow on Wednesday the 23d of October next, for Housebreaking and Theft.' It was published by John Muir of Glasgow, and probably sold for one penny.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This report of court proceedings begins: 'Trial and sentence of all the different persons who have been tried before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, which met here on Tuesday, 7th September.' It was published by John Muir, in Glasgow, in 1830.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Proceedings of the Curcuit Court of Justiciary, which opened at Glasgow on Tuesday the 20th of September 1791, with the sentence of the different Criminals, when two persons received sentence of death.' It is likely that this broadside was printed in Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This public information notice begins: 'A particular account of the proceedings of the Circuit Court Justiciary which was opened at Glasgow on Tuesday the 9th Day of April 1793, with the sentence of the criminals then tried.'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This public notice begins: 'A particular account of the proceedings of the Circuit-Court of Justiciary, which was opened at Glasgow on Wednesday the 11th of April, with the sentence of the different criminals.'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This court round-up begins: 'A particular account of the Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, opened at Glasgow on Wednesday the 8th of April 1795. In particular the trial of John Gibson, for a rape on the body of Janet Wilson, and Allan M'Aulay for murder.' The name of the publisher is not included.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This court round-up begins: 'This day the Circuit Court of Justiciary was opened here by the Right Hon. the Lord Justice Clerk and Lord Alloway, and after the usual solemnities had been gone through, the Court proceeded to business.' Interestingly, this broadside contains text on both sides of the sheet, which was highly unusual. It is possible to read some of the text that is printed on the other side of this sheet.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This broadside begins: 'A particular account of the procedure of the Circuit Court of Justiciary held at Glasgow on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday the 19, 20, 21st of September 1786, giving a particular account of the trial and sentence of the different criminals.' No publication dates have been included on this sheet.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This court report begins: 'An account of the Trials of the different Criminals, in the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Glasgow, which was opened on Tuesday the 2d of May, 1809'. The sheet was published by Thomas Duncan of 159 Saltmarket, Glasgow.

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This court report begins: 'A particular account of the procedure of the Circuit Court of Justiciary held at Glasgow on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday the 19, 20, 21st of September 1786, giving a particular account of the trial and sentence of the different criminals.'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow, Saturday 8th September 1798
This crime report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Trials before the Circuit Court of the Justiciary, which was opened at Glasgow on Saturday the 8th of September 1798, with the sentence of the different criminals. / Also, an account of the trial and sentence of Robertson and Murray, who have received sentence to be hanged at Stirling on Friday the 12th of October next.'

Proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Perth
This crime report begins: ''JOHN MOIR was then placed at the bar, accused of Wilful Fireraising. The Counsel set up a plea of insanity - which he proceeded to establish by the evidence of Dr John Stewart.'

Prodigy seen by John Moor
This broadside begins: 'An Account of a wonderful Prodigy seen in the Air, on Tuesday the 15th Day of this Instant May, 1722, by John Moor, at Crawfords-dyke, near Greenock.' Unfortunately, but not unusually, the publisher's name has not been included on this broadside.

Professor Nimmo's Lament
Verse 1: 'O, fare ye well Stirling town, / And Athrie braes a while, / For I have gone and left you now, / To get a cover in Argyle.' Verse 2: 'O, when I was in Stirling town, The ladies I met there, / They were always glad to see me, aye, / And I shared of their good cheer.' This song was to be sung to the air 'Black Joke'. The broadside carries no publication details.

Proposed Burns Statue in Dundee and The Woeful Marriage
The first ballad begins: 'Come gather round me brither Scots and listen unto me, / A movement now it is afloat, an honour to Dundee'.

Proposed new Act of Parliament
This broadside begins: 'W.R. A PROPOSED NEW ACT OF PARLIAMENT, FOR THE BENEFIT OF Young Men, Old Men, Wives, Old Maids, Batchelors, Widows, &c.' Included at the top of the sheet is a coat of arms with the motto 'DIEU ET MON DROIT' or 'God and my right'. W.R. possibly refers to King William IV, which would date the broadside to between 1830 and 1837. It was published by John Elder of Edinburgh, and sold for one penny.

Provost's Nap
Verse 1: 'Up in the mornin's no for me- / Up in the mornin' early / The Bailies and I could never agree / To rise in the morning early.' This song should be sung to the tune 'Up in the mornin' early'. There is woodcut of a comfortable looking, well-dressed man supping wine in a parlour.

Public Executions
This broadside begins: 'Names of all the persons who have Suffered in Glasgow since the year 1765, with an account of their crimes, and the year and day of the month they were Executed, and exhibits a melancholy view of the final end of all who deviate from the paths of rectitude.' It was published by William Carse of Edinburgh, and probably would have cost one penny.

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