Thomas Muir

100 - 102 Crowhill Road Bishopbriggs Gllasgow G64 1RP


“I have devoted myself to the cause of the people.

It is a good cause… It shall ultimately prevail…

It shall finally triumph”

Thomas Muir (Aug 1793)

of Huntershill (1765 – 1799)

Father of Scottish Democracy

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Programs, Books & Articles


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Programs

‘The Trials of Thomas Muir


ABC Radio

(Australia)

Producer Jennifer Bowen and Presenter Sharon Davis of ABC National Radio (Australia)

Interviews include Hector MacMillan (Muir Biographer), Professor Nigel Leask (University of Glasgow), Jimmy Watson (FOTM), Dr Tony Moore (Author - Death & Liberty), Dr Beverly Sherry (University of Sydney), Michael Richards (Museum of Australian Democracy) and Dr Mick Davis (University of Tasmania)

Musical arrangement includes Dick Gaughan singing

2011







Articles



Muir, Thomas

Dr Beverley Sherry

Dictionary of Sydney

2012

Acquisitions May 2010    (page 24)



Hordern House Catalogue

 Hordern House Rare Books

 Sydney, Australia

May 2010

Sale description of books belonging to John Adams




Christies, NY

2008



Thomas Muir and The Telegraph: Radical Cosmopolitanism in 1790s Scotland



Nigel Leask

Oxford Journal

2007

Review: Imperial Scots

Nigel Leask

Oxford Journal

2005







Books






Handful of Rogues



Hector MacMillan

Argyll Publishing

2005

Transportation Exile and Escape of Thomas Muir. A Scottish radical's account of Governor Hunter's New South Wales published at Paris in 1798

Johnathan Wantrup (Translator)

The Boroondara Press

1990





Muir of Huntershill

Christina Bewley

Oxford Journals

1981





Thomas Muir of Huntershill 1765-1799

 Michael Donnelly

Strathkelvin District Council

1975





The Scottish Martyrs

Frank Clunes

Angus & Robertson SBN 207-95254-x

1969





Thomas Muir Scottish Martyr

John Earnshaw

The Stone Copying Company NSW

1959





The Life and Trial of Thomas Muir, Esq., Advocate, of Huntershill, Near Glasgow, One of the Celebrated Reformers of 1792-1793, Who Was Tried for Sedition Before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, and Sentenced to Transportation for Fourteen Years

Peter MacKenzie

P Walsh, Rutherglen

1919





Memoires du Capitaine Peron sur ses Voyages



P.F. Peron

Paris

1824

The Life of Thomas Muir, Esquire, Advocate



Peter MacKenzie

Glasgow

1821

An Account of the Trial of Thomas Muir, of Huntershill, Before the High Court of Judiciary at Edinburgh, on the 30th & 31st days of August, 1793, for Sedition




Samuel Campbell (Printer)

1794

Account of the Trial of Thomas Muir Esq., Younger of Huntershill 1793 for Sedition




James Roberston (Printer)

1793











Linked books and subject matter




Poems on Various Subjects

William Muir 'The Campsie Poet'



Adventure on the Northwest Coast

Joseph O'Cain



Napper Tandy

Rupert J. Coughlan







The Scottish Insurrection of 1820

Peter Berresford Ellis and Seumas Mac a' Ghobhainn







Sydney Views 1788 - 1888

Beat Knoblauch collection













TV/ Film / Stage Plays / Radio Plays








"Scotland's Story: Of Government and Man (#1.14)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor Bill Paterson played .... Thomas Muir]