Half title: Examination of trials for sedition in Scotland.
Edinburgh : David Douglas, 1888.
Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926.
Formatted Contents Note
v. I. Case of James Tytler, 7th January 1793 Case of John Morton, James Anderson, and Malcolm Craig, journeyman printers, 8th, 9th, and 11th of January 1793 Case of John Elder and William Stewart, 10th January 1793 Case of James Smith and John Mennons, 4th February 1793 Cases of Captain Johnston and of Simon Drummond, January and February 1793, January 1794 Case of William Callender, Walter Berry, and James Robertson, January, February, and March 1793 Case of Thomas Muir, younger of Huntershill, August 1793 Case of Thomas Fyshe Palmer, September 1793 Case of Alexander Scott, 3d February 1794 Case of William Skirving, 6th and 7th of January 1794 v. II. Case of Maurice Margarot, 13th January 1794 Case of Charles Sinclair, February and March 1794 Case of Joseph Gerrald, 3d, 10th, 13th, and 14th of March 1794 Proceedings in Parliament Case of George Mealmaker, 10th, 11th, and 12th January 1798 Case of Angus Cameraon and James Menzies, 15th and 17th January 1798 Case of Robert Jaffray, Stirling, 6th September 1798 Case of David Black and James Paterson, Perth, 20th September 1798 Case of William Maxwell, Edinburgh, 23d June 1800 Case of Thomas Wilson, Perth, 7th September 1802 Observations Case of Alexander M'Laren and Thomas Baird, 5th and 7th March 1817 Case of Neil Douglas, Edinburgh, 26th May 1817 Case of George Kinloch, Esquire, 22d December 1819 Case of Gilbert MacLeod, 14th and 21st February and 6th March 1820 OPbservations Case of John Grant, Henry Ranken, and Robert Hamilton, 7th, 9th, 13th, 18th, and 25th November 1848 Case of James Cumming, 9th and 15th November 1849.
Reproduction of the original from Yale Law Library.