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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Andrew Finnie sworn.—Examined by Mr. Drummond. You are a merchant in
Kilmarnock 7–Yes. Do you know the Dean Park in the vicinity of Kilmarnock 2–I
do. How far is it from Kilmarnock 2–About half a mile. Do you remember that a
Repeat the passage as near as you remember it –“We will lay our petitions at the
foot of the throne (or let us lay, I do not remember exactly which), where sits our
august prince, whose generous nature will incline his ear to hear the cries of his ...
l Do you remember a meeting held in December last in. Were they disposed of by
sale or by gift?— 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 ...
Were these words spoken t—I do not remember. “And they care no further for the
great body of the people, than they are subservient to their accursed purposes.”
Was that spoken I do not remember. I paid almost no attention to any part of the ...
Do you remember a meeting held in December last in the neighbourhood of that
town —Yes. Was a M.S. account of the proceedings at that meeting afterwards
brought to you to be printed —Part of it. Did you attend the meeting —No. Look at
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