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Awful Crime
This crime report begins: 'A full and particular account of the Trial and Sentence of JAMES NEWLANDS, who is to be executed at Inverness, on Saturday 25th May, 1833, for the Horrible crime of Rape on a young girl, only 17 years of age.'

Public Flogging
This punishment report continues: 'through the Streets of Glasgow, on Wednesday the 25th September, 1822, for committing a violent Assault on the person of a young Girl under 12 years of age, at Greenock. Also, the Judge's Address to the prisoner on passing Sentence. It was published by John Muir of Glasgow.

This report begins: 'A full, true, and particular Account of the Trial of Mr David Bartie, writer, before the High Court of Justiciary, yesterday, for violating the person of Margaret Gray, a girl fourteen years of age, servant in the house in which the pannel lodged, in East Cumberland Street, Edinburgh, and which Trial occupied the Court eleven hours.' Published by Forbes & Owen in Edinburgh.

Trial and Sentence
This trial report begins: 'Just published, the Trial of Duncan MacMillan, for the horrid crime of assaulting and raviging the person of Jean McLauchlane, with the dreadful Sentence pronounced upon him, which important trial came on before the High Court of Justiciary yesterday, and lasted for twelve hours.' Publisher: Forbes & Co. Printers, 171 Cowgate, Edinburgh.

Trial and sentence of James Burtney
This trial report begins: 'Trial & Sentence Of JAMES BURTNEY before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Monday the 18th Nov. 1822, for violating the person of a Girl under nine years of age, at Prestwick, near Ayr, when he was sentenced to be Executed at Ayr, on Friday the 20th day of CDecember next.' It was printed by John Muir of Glasgow and probably sold for one penny.

Trial and Sentence of John Miller and William Storrier . . . Also of William Robertson
This crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of JOHN MILLAR and WILLIAM STORRIER, accused of an Assault and Rape on a Girl, 14 years of age, . . . . ; as also, of WILLIAM ROBERTSON, for committing a similar crime.'

Two Different Rapes
This crime report begins: ' A particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of JOHN MILLAR, WILLIAM STORRIER and WM. ROBERTSON, for two different Rapes, of a most horrid nature, and committed at different times, who is to be Executed at Cupar in Fife, on the 31st of October next.' It was printed by William Carse of Glasgow. The report is not dated.

Two separate cases of rape, in Paisley and Edinburgh, 1830
This report begins: 'Account of that Cruel and Horrid Rape which was perpetrated by a Man on a Woman on the Paisley Road, on SATURDAY, and who was apprehended by a passenger on the Road . . . Also, an account of another Cruel Rape . . . on a Girl, only thirteen years of age . . . In Cumberland Street, Edinburgh'. The sheet was printed in Glasgow by William Carse.


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