A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Year 1783, with Notes and Other Illustrations, Volume 33
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1826 - Trials
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I do not know whether Baird sold them or not. He was to pay for them. Lord
Advocate.—Did you ever go to Crawford's with Baird to inquire after the
publication?—I did. What did you ask?–We asked if any of the pamphlets were
ready. * Which ...
Mr. Baird —He was twice or three times at the utmost. For the purpose of
inquiring about the publication?—He was several times in the office. What did he
do when he came —He came to the office along with Mr. David Andrew to look
over the ...
Were the pamphlets sold at Mr. Baird's shop?—Yes. Many of them?—Many. I
could not say as to the number. Some dozens?—Yes; some dozens. Fifty copies?
—I believe there might. What were they sold for?—Fourpence each. David Bow ...
Are you acquainted with Mr. Baird 2–I have had that pleasure for nearly two years
. Do you know him intimately?—Very intimately. No one more so. In the course of
your acquaintance with Mr. Baird, have you had conversations with him on ...
of the speech which M'Laren delivered aving beeen sufficiently established. Next,
with regard to Mr. Baird, the case is of a different description as to the facts, for he
is not alleged to have made any speech at all. The charge against him is, that ...
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