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Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Benjamin Mathie, Writer in Glasgow, Factor for the Incorporation of the Tradeshouse, Glasgow, interested in the Gorbal Lands,

26 Jan 1808
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Duncan Macdougal, Junior, Merchant in Glasgow,

21 May 1808
Answers

Answers for Robert Brown junior, Merchant in Glasgow, Proprietor of the Tenement on the North side of the Trongate, and for Neil and James Marquis, who have recently purchased from him said Tenenment; to the Petition of Duncan MacDougall junior, Merchant in Glasgow

12 Nov 1808
Bill of Advocation

Bill of Advocation for Mr MacDougal

17 Jan 1809
Answers

Answers for James Rodger and Patrick Ewing, Merchants in Glasgow, Robert Waddell, Wright there, and Robert Boyd and Robert Hunter, Merchants in Portg Glasgow, Trust-Disponees of the deceased JAmes Inglis, Hat-Manufacturer in Glasgow; and for Messrs James and Robert Watsons, Bankers in Glasgow; to the Bill of Advocation for Duncan MacDougall junior, Merchant or Grocer in Glasgow

17 Jan 1809
Replies

Replies for Duncan MacDougal Junior, to the Answers for Mess. James Rodger and others, Trust-Disponees of the deceased James Inglis, Hat-manufacturer in Glasgow; and for Mess. James and Robert Watsons, Bankers in Glasgow

1809
Answers

Answers for Robert Brown jun. Merchant in Glasgow; to the Bill of Advocation for Duncan MacDougall jun. Merchant in Glasgow; against James Inglis, Hat-Manufacturer in Glasgow, and James and Robert Watsons, Bankers there

17 Jan 1809
Replies

Replies for Duncan MacDougal, junior, Merchant in Glasgow, to the Answers for Robert Brown, junior, Merchant in Glasgow.

1809
Answers

Answers for Robert Brown junior, Merchant in Glasgow, Proprietor of the Tenement on the North Side of the Trongate; and for Niell and James Marquis, who have lately purchased from him said Tenement; to the Petition of Duncan MacDougall junior, Merchant in Glasgow

17 Jan 1809
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petitition of Duncan MacDougal, Jun. Merchant in Glasgow

31 Jan 1810
Answers

Answers for Robert Brown junior, Merchant in Glasgow, Proprietor of the Tenement on the North Side of the Trongate; and for Niell and James Marquis, who have lately purchased from him said Tenement; to the Petition of Duncan MacDougall junior, Merchant in Glasgow

15 Feb 1810
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Mrs Jean Fleming, Relict of the late Henry Bowie, junior, Manufacturer in Paisley; and of Henry, Mary, Agnes, John, and Alexander Bowies, lawful Children of the said Henry Bowie, and their Tutors nominate, viz. Henry Bowie, senior, their Grandfather; Alexander Bowie, their Uncle; Peter Ewing, and James Craig, Manufacturers in Paisley, and the said Jean Fleming'

21 May 1810
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Patrick Tennent, writer to the signet, Tutor ad litem for James Renwick, son of the deceased William Renwick, wright in Edinburgh

4 Jun 1811
Answers

Answers for Helen Wilson, Spouse of William Young, Weaver in Newmills, and the said William Young for his Interest, to the Petition of Mrs Jean Fleming, Relict of the late Henry Bowie, Junior, Manufacturer in Paisley, and of Henry, Mary, Agnes, John, and Alexander Bowies, lawful Children of the said Henry Bowie, and their Tutors nominate, viz. Henry Bowie Senior, their Grandfather, Alexander Bowie, their Uncle, Peter Ewing, and James Craig, Manufacturers in Paisley, and the said Jean Fleming

14 Jun 1810
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of James Leslie of Butterston

30 Dec 1811
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of William Watson, Carter, formerly in Airdrie, now in Rutherglen

3 Jun 1811
Answers

Answers for Robert Watson, Mason in Airdrie, to the Petition of William Watson, Carter, formerly in Airdrie, now in Rutherglen

12 Sep 1811
Advocation

Advocation Gavin Hamilton, Brick and Tyle-Maker, Glasgow, and Samuel Austin, otter in Calton of Glasgow, against Margaret Freeland, Relict of Daniel Blair, Tailor in Glasgow

1811
Advocation

Advocation for Charles and Alexander Hamilton and Company, Merchants in Glasgow; against Geroge Berwick, Brewer at Elie, and M'Gilp and Shirra, Wine-merchants in Glasgow, his Mandatories 

21 Nov 1812
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Potts, Cooke, and Potts, Merchants in London, and their Attorney

10 Sep 1812
Advocation

Advocation, Geroge Moncreiff, Merchant in Edinburgh, against Messrs. Barry and Bruce, and Mandatory

2 Jul 1813
Bill of Suspension

Suspension for William Gibson and Company, Spirite-Dealers in Glasgow; against James Dow and Company, Spirit-Dealers in Glasgow.

7 Oct 1813
Summons

Sum[mons]- Alex. MacGregor & Co. against Archd. Newbigging, &c.

2 Sep 1813
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Messrs. Dickson and Stewart, Merchant in Glasgow

9 Sep 1813
Advocation

Advocation John Marshall of Balgray Bank, near Glasgow; against Macmillan & Macarthur, Tailors in Glasgow, and Archiblad Macarthur, Tailor there

10 Sep 1813
Bill of Advocation

Bill of Advocation David Pennington, residing in Glasgow, against John Geddes, Verreville Glass-Works, near Glasgow

3 Jul 1813
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Robert Threshie, Writer in Dumfries, and Mrs Elisabeth Harkness, Relict of the deceased William Harkness in Holstain, accepting Executors of the said William Harkness

2 Dec 1814
Answers

Answers for John Tennent, Jun. Merchant in Glasgow; Thomas Edington, of the Phoenix Foundry, and Archibald Buchannan, Accountant in Glasgow, Assignees in trust for certain Creditors of James Harkness, lately Merchant in Glasgow; to the Petition of Robert Threshie, Wrtier in Dumfries, and Mrs Elizabeth Currie or Harkness, Relict of William Harkness in Holestaine, accepting Executors of the said William Harkness

23 Dec 1814
Information

Information for John Tennent, junior, and Thomas Edington, Merchants, and Archibald Buchanan, Accountant, all in Glasgow, Trustees for behoof of the Creditors of James Harkness, lately Merchant in Glasgow, now residing in Holestaine, Dumfries-shire, -Respondents; against Mrs Elizabeth Currie or Harkness, Relict of William Harkness in Holestaine, and James, Peter, Thomas, Walter, George, and Christopher Harkness, his Sons, and Janet, Elizabeth, and Mary Harkness, his Daughters,-- Claimants

7 Jan 1815
Petition and Complaint

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, Petition & Complaint of John M'Lachlan, late Spirit-Dealer in Glasgow, and Thomas Balfour, Merchant in Stirling, his cautioner

7 Feb 1815
Replies

Replies for John M'Lachlan, late Spirit-dealer in Glasgow, and Thomas Balfour, Merchant in Stirling, his Cautioner; to the Answers for James Dow, Spirit-dealr in Glasgow.

1 May 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of John M'Lachlan, Spirit-dealer in Glasgow; and of James Dow, Spirit-dealer three, Trustee on the Sequestrated Esate of the said John M'Lachlan

6 Oct 1814
Advocation

Advocation William Hamilton, Deacon, and Daniel M'Ewan, Collector of the Incorporation of Tailors in Glasgow, in the Name and on the Behalf of the said Incorporation; againt James White, Upholsterer in Glasgow

7 Feb 1814
Summons

Sum[mons].- John Boursiquot, against Robert M'Kean and Co. and Others.

27 Apr 1814
Answers

Answers for John Leslie, to the Petition of Thomas Palliser, and Others

8 Sep 1814
Answers

Answers for Mrs Fanny Cameron, formerly Widow of the deceased Alexander Carmichael at Bertha, now Wife of James Murray, and Others,- Defenders; to the Petition of Duncan Carmichael, Fisher in Perth,-Pursuer

5 May 1815
Summons

Summons of Reduction, Andrew Dalgliesh Russell, Merchant in Glasgow, against John Wilkie and Alexander Downs, Spirit-dealers in Glasgow

27 Dec 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Robert Paul, Accountant to the Commercial Banking Company of Scotland, and of Allan Swan, Writer in Greenock,- Defenders

3 Jul 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of David Cochrane, Tanner in Glasgow;

4 Jul 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of William Arrol, General Agent in Glasgow

7 Sep 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of William Arrol, General Agent in Glasgow

15 Dec 1815
Answers

Answers for William Howy, Writer in Kelso; to the Petition of William Arrol, General Agent in Glasgow

28 Nov 1816
Advocation

Advocation William Arrol, against John Taylor

19 Dec 1815
Advocation

Advocation, Messrs Crombie and Carnegie, Cotton-Spinners in Anderston-Defenders and Advocators, against William Arrol, Merchant in Glasgow-Pursuer

Jan 1816
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of William Pagan, Merchant in St. Johns, Nova Scotia, eldest Son of the deceased William Pagan, Merchant in Glasgow, and Margaret Maxwell, his Wife

22 Feb 1815
Answers

Answers for Robert Semple and Robert and William Alexander, Trustees of the deceased William Chalmers, Weaver in Glasgow; to the Petition of William Pagan, Merchant in St. John's Nova Scotia, eldest Son of the deceased William Pagan, Merchant in Glasgow, and Margaret Maxwell, his Wife

6 Apr 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of John Marnoch, Carver and Gilder in Edinburgh, and of Peter MacDowall, Accountant there, Trustee on the Sequestrated Estate of the said John Marnoch;

7 Sep 1815
Answers

Answers for Peter M'Dowall, Accountant in Edinburgh, Trustee for the Creditors of John Marnoch, Carver and Gilder there, to the Petition for the Marquis of Abercorn

12 Jun 1817
Summons

Summons, Margaret M'Kechnie otherwise Craig Spouse of John Craig residing in Glasgow, and Others; against Agnes Somerville otherwise Thom, formerly spouse of the deceased James Scott Smith and Hammerman in Glasgow, now Spouse of Alexander Thom Farmer in Mount Pleasant near Glsagow, and the said Alexander Thom her Husband for his Interest

18 Feb 1815
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of the Rev. Dr William Taylor, Principal of the University, and Minister of the High Church of Glasgow; Messrs John Tennent and Robert Tennent, Brewers in Glasgow; and John Herbertson, Collector of the Canal dues at Port-Dundas, Trustees appointed by the now deceased Agnes Somerville, formerly Spouse of James Scott, Hammerman in Glasgow, afterwards Spouse of Alexander Thom, Farmer at Mountpleasant, near Glasgow

5 Sep 1816
Answers

Answers for Margaret, Janet, Agens, and Elizabeth M'Kechnie, Daughter of Duncan M'Kechnie, Brats-Founder at Glasgow, and Heirs of Provision of the deceased James Scott, Smith and Hammerman there, and their Husbands for their Interest; to the Petition of the Reverend Dr. William Taylor, Principal of the University and Minister of the High Church of Glasgow; Messrs. John Tennent and Robert Tennent, Brewers in Glasgow; and John Herbertson, Collector of the Canal-Dues at Port-Dundas; - Trustees appointed by the now deceased Agnes Sommerville, formerly Spouse of James Scott, Hammerman in Glasgow, afterwards Spouse of Alexander Thom, Farmer at Mount Pleasant near Glasgow

4 Jan 1817
Defences

Defences for Margaret M'Kechnie, Wife of John Criag, residing in Glasgow; Isobel M'Kechnie, Wife of Samuel Purdie in Canada, North America; Janet M'Kenchnie, Wife of John Flood, formerly Weaver in Anderson, now in Canada, North America, and Agnes M'Kechnie, sometime residing in Port-Glasgow, now Wife of John Cunningham, Tinsmith in Dumbarron, nearsest and lawful Heirs of the deceased James Scott, Hammerman in Glasgow; and the said John Craig, Samuel Purdie, John Flood, and John Cunningham, Husbands aforesaid, for their respective Interests; and Messrs. Lawrie and Morrison, Writers in Glasgow, their Attorneys and Mandatories; to the Action at the Instance of the reverend Dr. William Taylor, Minister of the High Church of Glasgow, and John Tennent and Robert Tennent, Brewers in Glasgow, and John Herertson, Collector of Canal Dues at Port-Dundas, Trustees of the deceased Agenes Somerville, Relict of James Scott, late Hammerman in Glasgow, afterwards Wife of Alexander Thom, Farmer at Mount Pleasant, near Glasgow

22 Nov 1817
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Margaret, Janet, Agnes, and Elizabeth M'Kechnie, Daughters of Duncan M'Kechnie, Brassfounder in Glasgow, and Heirs of Provision of of the deceased James Scott, Smith and Hammerman there, and their Husbands, for their Interest, and Messrs Lawrie and Morrison, Writers in Glasgow, their Mandatories

19 Dec 1817
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of The Reverend Dr William Taylor, Principal of the University of Glasgow, and others, Trustees appointed by the now deceased Agnes Sommerville, formerly Spouse of James Scott, Hammerman in Glasgow, afterwards Spouse of Alexander Thom, Farmer at Mount-Pleasant, Glasgow

5 Apr 1821
Answers

Answers for Margaret, Janet, Agnes, and Elizabeth M'Kechnies, Heirs at Law of the deceased James Scott, Hammerman in Glasgow, and their Husbands for their Interests, and Messrs. Laurie and Morrison, Writers in Glasgow, their Trust-Assignees; to the Petition of the Rev. Dr. William Taylor and Others, Trustees of the deceased Agnes Somerville, formerly Spouse of the said James Scott, afterwards of Alexander Thom, Farmer at Mountpleasant, Glasgow

1 Jun 1821
Defences

Defenses for Margaret M'Kehnie, Wife of John Craig, residing in Glasgow, and the said John Craig, for his interest; Janet M'Kechnie, Wife of John Flood, Weaver in Anderston, and the said John Flood for his Interest; Anges M'Kechnie residing in Port-Glasgow, and Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kechnie, Spouse of Donald M'Intosh, Coppersmith in Dumbarton, as Executrix of the deceased Elizabeth M'Kechnie, lately residing there, the said Margaret, Janet, Agnes, and Elizabeth M'Kechnie being Daughters of Duncan M'Kechnie, Brassfounder in Glasgow; Against Mrs. Anges Somerville, otherwise Thom, formerly Spouse of the deceased James Scott, Smith and Hammerman in Glasgow, now Spouse of Alexander Thom, Farmer in Mount Pleasant, near Glasgow, and the said Alexander Thom, her Husband, for his Interest

13 May 1815
Answers

Answers for the Most Noble the Marquis of Abercorn, to the Petition of John Marnoch, Carver and Gilder in Edinburgh, and of Peter M'Dowall, Acountant in Edinbugh, Trustee on his Sequestrated Estate

17 Jun 1817
Summons

Summons Agnes Sommerville, and her Husband, Against Margaret M'Kechnie, &c. 

2 Feb 1815

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