George Guyan, Pilot at Footdee, for threatening personal mischief towards the Birth-master at Footdee, was ordained to find Caution to keep the Peace for Twelve Months, under the penalty of 100 Merks Scots, and committed to prison till he found such Caution.
David Ross, a Journeyman Baker, for attacking and striking a Gentleman on the Public Street, and for conducting himself in an outrageous manner; was fined in the sum of £2 sterling, and ordained to find Caution to keep the Peace for Twelve Months, under the penalty of 100 Merks.
Thomas Whyte, an Irishman, for returning from banishment, was Drummed out of Town, and again banished from the City and Liberties for life.
William Panton, Mariner, for assaulting and striking George Urquhart, a private in the Aberdeenshire Militia, and for cutting him with a knife; was sentenced to Twelve Months imprisonment and hard labour in Bridewell.
Ann Clark, for a great many acts of swindling and fraud, was sentenced to Six Calendar Months imprisonment and hard labour in Bridewell, and was also banished from the City and Liberties for the space of five years.
Elizabeth Stewart, for stealing two Linen Shirts from a Garden in King-Street, was sentenced to hard labour in Bridewell for Three Calendar Months.
Isobel Meldrum, for stealing and feloniously carrying off from a Dwelling House in North-street, sundry articles of wearing apparel &c. was sentenced to imprisonment in Bridewell, and hard labour for Six Calendar Months, and Banished from the City and Liberties for five years, under the usual Certification.
John McRobie, for stealing from his Master's Cash Box on various occasions, was sentenced to confinement in Bridewell for Three Months, and to be kept to hard labour.
John Durward, for stabbing a young man with a knife to the effusion of his blood, in the Gallowgate, was sentenced to Two Months imprisonment in the Tolbooth, and until he should find Caution to keep the Peace for Two Years, under the penalty of 400 Merks Scots, besides being fined.
Thomas Rutherford, alias Thomas Robert Meldrum, alias Thomas Brown, Mariner, was sentenced to Twelve Months confinement and hard labour in Bridewell, and banished the City and Liberties for life, for stealing a quantity of wearing apparel.
George Melidge, alias John Osbond, Mariner, was sentenced to Twelve Months confinement and hard labour in Bridewell, and banished the City and Liberties for life, for stealing several Rolls of Tobacco from the ship Mason of Peterhead, while lying in this harbour.
John Ferguson was committed to Prison for 14 days, fined, and ordained to find caution to keep the peace for two years, for assaulting a young woman in the public streets.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 28th February 1816.