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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John Gowan, wood-merchant there. Charles Murray, wright there. John
Somerville, tanner there. AD. GILLIES. D. MonypeNNY. DAvid Doug LAS. Lord
Justice Clerk.-Alexander M'Laren and Thomas Baird; What do you say to the libel
? are you ...
... not in the terms alleged in the libel, but in other terms, which appeared to him
to be warranted by law in such a case. ... “The panel took no charge whatever of
printing the pamphlet produced with the libel; and he finds that his own speech is
... trial in any preliminary stage of the proceedings; and, notwithstanding some
incorrect statements in the libel, as we do not wish to shrink from investigation,
we shall not trouble your lordships with any preliminary objections to the
But the libel goes on to state, that the panel “wickedly and feloniously delivered a
speech containing a number of seditious and inflammatory remarks and
assertions, calculated to degrade and bring into contempt the government and ...
... and the publication of the expressions mentioned in the libel, but also with
regard to the law, whether the expressions are to be held seditious or not. On that
point * See the debate on the Relevancy of the Indictment in Sinclair's case, 2
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