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Public executions that took place in Glasgow between 1765 and 1820
This report begins: 'The following is a correct account of all the PUBLIC EXECUTIONS which have taken place in Glasgow, for the last fifty-six years, with the year and the day of the month on which they suffered, which is a very affecting Calendar, and worthy of preservation.' The sheet was printed in 1820 by W. Carse, Printer, 127 Trongate, Glasgow.
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 crime report begins: 'An Account of the Public Whipping of JOHN KEAN, on Wednesday the 11th of May, 1825, for Laiming and Wounding, with intent to Murder, JOHN GRAHAM, Cotton Spinner in Barrowfield Road, on the 30th March last, and who is to be transported for life.' The sheet was published in 1825 by William Carse of Glasgow.