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Thomas Muir of Huntershill (1765-1799)

George Pratt Insh

Thomas Muir of Huntershill (1765-1799)

by George Pratt Insh

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Published by Golden Eagle Press in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muir, Thomas, -- 1765-1799.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George Pratt Insh.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13899830M

    About this Book Catalog Record Details. An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, Esq., younger, of Huntershill, Muir, Thomas, View full catalog record. Buy Thomas Muir of Huntershill by Donnelly, Michael (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Michael Donnelly.

    by: Muir, Thomas, Published: () An account of the trial of Thomas Muir younger of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh. On the 30th and 31st days of August, , for seditious practices. by: Muir, Thomas, Published: ().   A bust and specially-commissioned portrait of Thomas Muir are part of a permanent exhibition at Bishopbriggs Library and Community Hub, and the Thomas Muir Cairn stands at the top of Crowhill Road, opposite Huntershill House. Further afield, he's celebrated in the Museum of Australian Democracy and is a citizen of France.

      Book launch of new work on Thomas Muir at Kelvin Hall. Muir ignored these requests and made his way, via Port Patrick, to Stranraer. An innkeeper recognised him and denounced him to the authorities. George Williamson, Messenger of Arms, was given the warrant to conduct Muir from Stranraer to Edinburgh to face trial on August 30th. Below is the declaration from the dock of Thomas Muir of Huntershill.


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Thomas Muir of Huntershill (1765-1799) by George Pratt Insh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thomas Muir of Huntershill, who came from a modestly landed family in the Campsie Hills north of Glasgow, was a lawyer and – along with the agriculturalist William Skirving – a prime mover in.

This short pamphlet represents a biography of the eighteenth-century Scottish radical and nationalist, Thomas Muir of Huntershill. It is aimed specifically at the casual reader who wishes to have the essential facts of Muir's career in a handy brochure format.

First Published Republished A5 / 30 pages. ISBN Thomas Muir of Huntershill. 37 likes. Thomas Muir, the son of a hop merchant, was born in Glasgow on 25th August He began attending Glasgow Grammar School in and at the age of ten was Followers:   An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, Esq.

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Thomas Muir of Huntershill As the leading voice of reform in Scotland, Muir suffered persecution and ultimately transportation for sedition for advocating democratic principles in Scotland.

As a national figure associated with the ideals of democracy, Muir was essentially a democrat who believed in the people when the majority were not allowed. Thomas Muir of Huntershill by Gerard Carruthers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2).

Excerpt from An Account of the Trial of Thomas Muir, Esq. Younger, of Huntershill, Before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on the 30th and 31st Days of August,for Sedition He: 18 greatly indebted to feveral gentlemen; Who' liberally furnilhed him with notes of the : Thomas Muir of Huntershill.

As plans get under way to celebrate the th anniversary of the birth of often overlooked republican and democratic revolutionary Thomas Muir - who some have labeled 'the father of Scottish Democracy, The Point republishes an updated version of Graeme McIver's look at the incredible life of Thomas Muir of Huntershill.

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Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty First Century [Gerard Carruthers, Don Martin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Those researching the history of political democracy in Scotland will inevitably find that one name stands out from the crowd.

Thomas Muir of Huntershill, advocate and political activist, was arrested for sedition on the 2nd of January, According to Don Martin of the ‘Friends of Thomas Muir’ in East Dunbartonshire, “If William Wallace and Robert the Bruce were champions of.

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It is aimed specifically at the casual reader who wishes to have the essential facts of Muir’s career in a handy brochure format and it is published to coincide with the opening of a small museum within Huntershill House, Muir’s home.

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Thomas Muir of Huntershill: Essays for the Twenty First Century Edited by Gerard Carruthers; Edited by Don Martin. Those researching the history of political democracy in Scotland will inevitably find that one name stands out from the crowd, namely that of Thomas Muir of Huntershill.

Mackenzie, Peter, The life of Thomas Muir, esq. advocate, younger of Huntershill, near Glasgow ; member of the Convention of delegates for reform in Scotland, etc.

etc., who was tried for sedition before the High court of justiciary in Scotland, and sentenced to transportation for fourteen years. With a full report of his trial. Thomas Muir ( - ) lawyer, convict, minister Of a deeply religious character Thomas Muir was an elder of his church in the neighbourhood of Glasgow.

Transported as a convict to Australia he ministered what spiritual consolations he could to his fellow prisoners. His conduct was so good that his irons were removed on arrival.The life of Thomas Muir, esq. advocate, younger of Huntershill, near Glasgow: member of the Convention of delegates for reform in Scotland, etc.

etc., who was tried for sedition before the High court of justiciary in Scotland, and sentenced to transportation for fourteen years. With a full report of his trial.