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A Narrative of procedure before the Court of Session, and circumstances connected therewith, in the Trial of John Hay, who was prosecuted at the instance of the Lord Advocate of Scotland, and without the verdict of a Jury, sentenced to four months' imprisonment, by the Judges of the Court of Session.
Edinburgh: printed by D. Webster & Son, for John Hay. 1822/1823 Contemp. half calf, red label. Bookplate of Norman & Janey Buchan.NLS & Aberdeen only on Copac. John Hay, manager of the Perth Baking Company, was involved in a lawsuit over the appropriation of property belonging to minors. He was convicted of defaming and libelling the Judges and the Court. Included is the separately paged The Petition and Complaint of Sir William Rae ... for His Majesty's Interest, against John Hay. Also bound in at end is An Appeal to the British public, by John Hay, ... against Acts of Injustice, ... (Edinburgh: Webster, printer.) Dated 10th February 1823. 16pp.
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