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William Morison, The Decisions of the Court of Session (1811), pg. 5889

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Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Henry Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and William Henderson, Clerk in the British Linen-Office, Executors and Disponees of the deceased Robert Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh

Dec 1794
Answers

Answers for James Lee, Taylor in Leith; to the Petition of Henry Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and William Henderson, Clerk in the British Linen Office, Executors and Disponees of the deceased Robert Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh

25 Feb 1795
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Henry Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and William Henderson, Clerk in the British Linen-Office, Executors and Disponees of the deceased Robert Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and of Jean Watson, Daughter of the said deceased Robert Watson, and Spouse of George Lumsdaine, late Merchant in Falkland

2 Jun 1795
Additional Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the  Additional Petition of Henry Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and William Henderson, Clerk in the British Linen-Office, Executors and Disponees of the deceased Robert Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and of Jean Watson, Daughter of the said deceased Robert Watson, and Spouse of George Lumsdaine, late Merchant in Falkland

25 Jun 1795
Answers

Answers for James Lee, Taylor in Leith; to the Petition and Additional Petition of Henry Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and William Henderson, Clerk in the British Linen-Office, Executors and Disponees of the deceased Robert Watson, Merchant in Edinburgh, and of Jean Watson, Daughter of the said deceased Robert Watson, and Spouse of George Lumsdaine, late Merchant in Falkland

3 Sep 1795
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