English Crime and Execution Broadsides

The last speech, confession and dying declaration of Robert Watt, wine merchant in Edinburgh: who was strangled and executed at the west end of the Tolbooth there, on Wednesday the 15th of October 1794, for the crime of high treason

Creator/Contributor:
Watt, Robert, -1794?, creator
Place Of Origin:
Scotland
[Edinburgh
Publisher:
A. Robinson and J. Morran?
Creation Date:
1794.]
1794
Extent:
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 17 cm.
Language:
English
Genre:
biography
Broadsides-Scotland-18th century.
Early works to 1800
Digital Format:
Books and documents
Subjects:
Watt, Robert--Trials, litigation, etc
Executions and executioners--Scotland--Early works to 1800
Last words--Scotland--Early works to 1800
Places:
Scotland--Edinburgh
Notes:
Imprint information suggested by printed note at foot of broadside: "N.B. Next Friday will be published, by A. Robertson, opposite the foot of the Old Assembly Close, and J. Morran, opposite Magdalen Chapel, Cowgate, price three pence, the Trial of Robert Watt, with an account of his behaviour at the place of execution."
Repository:
Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University
Record ID:
990069130870203941
HOLLIS Record:
https://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990069130870203941/catalog