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Broadside concerning the proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
GLASGOW, 15th SEPTEMBER, 1823.?This day the Circuit Court of Justiciary was
A shorter mode of procedure is now adopted than what was formerly done. When the pri-
The following persons were outlawed for not appearing:?Alexander Latham, alia Fisher,
Robert Anderson, for breaking into the Counting house of Mr. Meikle, and stealing some
George Arniel, for theft and habit and repute, was found guilty; 14 years transportation.
John Agnew, for theft and habit and repute, pled guilty; 7 years transportation,
Catherine Tochil. for theft and habit and repute, pled guilty, 14 years transportation.
James Park, for falsehood, fraud, forgery, and wilful imposition, pled guilty; l4 years trans-
Isaiah Moore, for housebreaking and theft, pled guilty, 7 years transportation.
John Murray, for housebreaking and theft, was found guilty; 14 years transportation.
Janet Black, from Paisley, for theft and habit and repute, pled guilty; 7 years transports-
Peter Donnelly, for stealing some wearing apparel from a house in Oxford Street, was found
TUESDAY.?The Court met this day at 9 o'clock when the trial of Henry Saunders for
Francis Jones, for robbery, theft, and assault, pled guilty of the theft, and the other charges
William M'Kenzie, for assaulting and stabbing his wife in different parts of the body, was
Rosanna Winter, for stealing L 90 from a gentleman's packet in Prince's Street, Glasgow,
Thomas Young, Dugald Kelly, and MathewDougherty, for stealing several articles from a
James Young, for stealing a trunk off a carrier's cart, containing several articles of habar-
William Thomson, for theft and habit and repute, pled guilty; 14months in Bridewell.
James Cunningham, Nathaniel Balfour, William Haddow Robert M'Phail, and Andrew Gil-
Robert M'Intosh and John Thomson, for breaking into a byre in Tradeston, and stealing 10
Margaret Armour, for stealing a number of articles from a house in Bluevale. Glasgow, pled
WEDNESDAY?The Court met this day at 8 o'clock.
Hugh Richardson, Charles Hill, Thomas Conner, and Bell M'Menemy, a woman were then
John Muir, printer Glasgow.
Date of publication:
1828 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(101)