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Trial & Sentence
This report begins: 'Of JAMES DUNLOP of the Five Alls tavern, Glasgow, and JAMES HUNTER, for Stealing above 350 Pieces of Muslin from a respectable Warehouse, and JAMES HARMER for Resetting the Stolen Goods. The Trial took place before the High Court of Justiciary on Monday last, and occupied the Court till two o'clock on Tuesday morning, when Dunlop and Harmer were found guilty, and sentence was immediately passed upon them.' The sheet was published by John Muir of Glasgow.

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 & 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 & 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 & 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 acquittal
This report begins: 'The trial of Mr. James Stuart who was tried at the High Court of Justiciary, for being art and part in a duel in which Sir Alexander Boswell lost his life?'. There is no date or place of publication.

Trial and Execution of James Wilson
This execution notice begins: 'At Carlisle, on Monday the 16th March, for the wilful Murder of JOHN ELLIOT, a poor Pack Boy, on Eastdale Moor, on the 8th day of August, 1834.' This sheet was published by Francis McCartney and would have cost a half-penny to buy.

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
This trial report 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 19th day of March next.' No publication details have been included on this sheet.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of ANDREW EWART, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 19th March next, for Murder, and his Body to be given for Public Dissection.'

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'A particular account of the Trial and Sentence of PETER HENDERSON, late Letter Stamper in the General Post Office, Edinburgh, who is to be Executed here on Wednesday the 16th July, 1828, for abstracting money from Letters.' This broadside was printed in Edinburgh and is dated the 9th June, 1828.

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 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 crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of JAMES CAMPBELL, who is to be Executed, at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 19th January 1825, for Assault and Robbery, in broad day light in Nicolson Street in Edinburgh on the 17th of August last.' This sheet was published by James McLean, in Edinburgh, and would have cost a penny to buy.

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 trial report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of WILLIAM POLLOCK, who is to be Executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 22d March, 1826, for the awful Murder of his Wife, on the 11th November last, at Gifford's Park, and his Body to be given to Dr Munro for Dissection.' It was printed in Edinburgh for a bookseller of unknown identity and priced at one penny

Trial and Sentence
This broadside begins: 'An account of the trial of Allan Grant, James Kenny Stewart, Mary Muirhead and Isabella Kerr or Gray, accused of the Murder and Robbery of Mark Dow Shoemaker, on the 10th of Jan. last in Bank Street.'

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'An account of the Trial and Sentence of James Glen for the Barbarous Murder of his own child 2 years old, and who is to be executed on the 12th day of December next.'

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 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 crime report begins: 'A full and particular account of the trial of DONALD RANKINE who was tried at the High Court of Justicary 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 McKenzie who was sentenced to fourteen years transportation.' This sheet was printed for William Cameron and sold for the sum of a one penny per sheet.

Trial and Sentence
This crime report begins: 'Account of the Trial and Sentence of John Wright and James Nichol, for breaking into Merchiston Castle, for which Wright is sentenced to be executed at Edinburgh, on Wednes the 16th day of April next, and Nichol banished.' This sheet cost one penny to buy when it was published.

Trial and Sentence
This report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of JAMES DALRYMPLE, for the Horrid and Cruel Murder of DONALD FRASER, Labourer, on Sunday the 23rd February last, on the road near Linlithgow, by Shooting him, and who is to be Executed on Wednesday the 3d June, 1840.' The sheet was published by Menzies of Edinburgh.

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: '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 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 WATSON, the Radical, who fled from this country in the year 1820, and was to be Hanged in America on the 8th of February last, for the crimes of Housebreaking and Theft, with an account of his life since he landed in that country'. It was published by William Carse and probably sold for 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 crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of THOMAS BRAID and MARY BRAID or MORISON, Brother and Sister-german, who were tried yesterday (Monday) before the High Court of Justiciary, for INCEST and MURDER, and who are, Mary Braid or Morison to be Executed on Monday 17th February, and her body to be buried within the precincts of the Jail, and Thomas Braid to be Banished for Life.' It was published by Menzies of Edinburgh, in 1834.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'The Trial and Sentence of William Adams, alias Reid, for the Robbery of Michael Pirnie, who is to be executed at Edinburgh on 6th January, 1830.' The reoprt was published on 1st December 1829.

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