published in the Scots Magazine

5th June 1822

Thomas DONACHY convicted at the Glasgow Circuit Court of breaking into
a spirit-cellar in the Gorbals, and stealing quantity of wines, and
some rum, was executed in front of the jail there. He was about 21
years of age; was born in the county Derry, Ireland, and was brought
to Glasgow a considerable time since by his parents.

(I believe the surname was meant to be DONAGHY)

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