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An account
This crime report begins: 'An Account of the Trial and Sentence of John Campbell, and William Helm, accused of culpable Homicide, whereby Alexr. Lawson a shearer met his death at Currie.'

Atrocious Case of Murder and Theft
This crime report begins: 'A Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of MARGARET BOAG, at Edinburgh, on Monday 19th January 1824, charged with murdering Elizabeth Low, an Old Woman of 75 years of age, at Dunning in Perthshire, on the 18th February 1818; or with Theft and Reset of Theft, in stealing from her House a Quantity of Webs of Linen and Sheeting, and various other Articles, who was found Guilty of Theft, and Sentenced to be Transported beyond Seas for Life.' It was published by James Dougherty of Edinburgh in 1824, priced at one penny.

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.'

Forty Whiteboys Sentenced to Death!!
This broadside begins: 'An Account of the Proceedings of the Special Commission at Cork for the Trials of the Whiteboys, when nearly FORTY unfortunate Human Beings received the awful sentence of Death; several of whom, were ordered for Execution on Monday last 25th day of Feb., 1822, and their bodies to be given for Dissection.' It was published by John Muir of Glasgow, and probably cost one penny.

Full and particular account
This broadside crime report begins: 'A Full and Particular Account of the Trial and Sentence of James Anderson and David Glenn, who are to be Executed at the spot where the crime was committed, on Friday, the 12th December 1823, for the Murder of John M'Clure, and their bodies to be given for Disaection.' Printed in 1823.

Full and particular account
This report begins 'A full and particular account of the trlal and sentence of Hugh M'Millian and Euphemia M'Millian, the last of whom is to be evecuted at Edinburgh?'. There is no date or place of publication.

Glasgow Trials
This broadside begins: 'An account of the names and crimes of the different prisoners who have been tried at the Spring Circuit, Glasgow, where the Honourable the Lord Justice Clerk and Lord Moncrieff presided. John Thomas Gordon, Esq, Advocate-Depute.' It was printed by Muir of Glasgow.

Glasgow Trials
This court circular begins: 'WEDNESDAY, April 26, 1843. / The Circuit Court of Justiciary was opened here today. Wednesday- Lords Meadowbank and Cockburn. Judges ; David Milne, Esq. Advocate Depute.' Printed by Muir of Glasgow, this broadside probably cost the purchaser one penny.

Glasgow Winter Assizes
This report begins: 'Glasgow, 22d December, 1828. This day the EXTRA Assize was opened here by the Hon. Lords Gillies and Alloway, and after the usual solemnities had been gone through, the Court proceeded to business.' The sheet was published in Glasgow, probably by William Carse, although it is difficult to be certain since the name has been torn off.

Murderer Daniel Grimshire
This execution notice begins: 'An account of the Trial and Sentence, and Execution of DANIEL GRIMSHIRE, which took place at Reading, in Berkshire, on Thursday, 4th March 1824, for the Cruel and Inhuman Murder of his own child, by pouring Boiling Hot Water down its Throat'.

Persons to be tried at the Circuit Court of Justiciary, Glasgow
This broadside begins: 'A list of those who are indicted, and to be tried before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, to be opened at Glasgow on Tuesday the 20th day of September 1791.'

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
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 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 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 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: '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
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, 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.'

Second Edition
This report begins: 'An account of the trial and sentence of Robert Emond, who was tried at Edinburgh on Monday last, for the horrid murder and robbery of his sister-in-law and his niece, in the village of Abbey, near Haddington, by cutting their throats, and nearly severing their heads from their body; he was found guilty and sentenced to be executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday 17th day of March next.--Glasgow 9th February, 1830.' Printed in Glasgow for John Muir.

Trial
This report begins, 'Just Published, an Account of the Trial of the Rev. MR TAIT, Minister of the College Church, before the Presbytery of Edinburgh, which met this day in the Trustee's Hall, head of Scott's Close.' Published in Edinburgh by A. McMillan. The broadside is not dated.

Trial
This crime report begins: 'Full, True and Particular Account of the Trial and Conviction this day, before the High Court of Justiciary, of the Great and most Notorious Thief John Wilson, and of his Companions Duncan Robertson and Thomas Hamilton, for Three different Robberies and Housebreakings, committed in Edinburgh, - together with the full Evidence given by the Accomplice John Gibson, formerly a respectable Merchant on the South Bridge. / HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.?July, 3, 1831.' This sheet was published by Forbes and Owen of Edinburgh.

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