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Broadside concerning the proceedings of the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
GLASGOW, APRIL 15, 1828.?This day the Circuit Court of Judiciary was opened
The following persons were outlawed for not appearing :?Peter Malone, culpable homicide,
George Dougherty, for stealing a number of calicoes and muslins from a cart at the Broo-
William Sutherland, for falsehood, fraud, and wilful imposition,, was found guilty, and
Christian M'Donald, tor stealing a silver watch from a house in Calton, and some wearing
Hugh Turner, one of them who broke out of Jail on Sunday last, for stealing a cheese from
James Whiteside, for stealing a quantity of wearirig apparel, silver plate, &c., from a house
Margaret Harley and Jean M'Farlane, for picking a woman pocket in Trongate; Harley
John Rankine, from Greenock, for theft by housebreakiag, and habit and repute, pled
Sarah Kean or Brown, for steeling a number of articles from a house in Bridgeton, pled
Ann Dunlop or Blue, from Paisley, for striping two young children of their clothes, was found
Cornelius Vanderburgh, for breaking the whole glass at one of the bot-houses and green-
Andrew M'Beath and Alex. Ainslie, for theft by housebreaking, and habit and repute, pled
Elizabeth M'Lain, for theft, pled guilty; 7 years transportation.
SECOND DAY.? Robert Nicholson, for breaking into a house in Great Dowhill Street, and
Elizabeth Connelly or M'Credie, for stealing a number of articles from a house in Gorbals.
John Miller and John M'Millan, from Dumbarton, for uttering forged notes, and base
James Devlin, labourer, and Alex. Leith, charged with issuing forged notes of the Commer-
James Haggart or Haggarty, from Paisley, for uttering forged notes of the Glasgow Bank,
Mary M'Williams, for uttering forget notes of the Glasgow and Sir Wm. Forbes & Compa-
Kirsty More or Gracie, for uttering forged notes, pled guilty; 7 years transportation.
THIRD DAY.?John Menzies, tar striking; Robert Ure, Anderston Walk, with a poker on
John Kelly and Sam. Barr, two of those who broke out of Jail, for stealing several articles
James Devlin, who was yesterday convicted of uttering forged notes, was this day brought
John Miller, for culpable homicide, by carelessly driving his cart over a child in Duke Street
Patrick Hendrie, for uttering forged notes, pled guilty; 14 years transportation.
Dorothy M'Williams, for uttering forged notes, was found guilty; 7 years transportation.
Alex. Grant, Robert Lauder, and Archd Finlay, for picking a gentleman's pocket at the
Date of publication:
1828 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.73(099)