Session Papers

Reclaiming Note Reclaiming Note for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherstone or Torrance, of Kirktonhill; Robert Shepherd of Kirktonhill, and his Trustees; William Patrick, W. S.; Mr and Mrs Ogilvie of Threeburnford; John Murray of Uplaw; Thomas Megget, W.S., and his Trustee; and Robert Dobson, Builder in Edinburgh, Heritors of the Parish of Channelkirk,-Claimants 1 Jun 1832
Reclaiming Note Reclaiming Note for The Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale; the Right Honourable the Earl of Lauderdale; the Scots Episcopal Trustees; John Borthwick, Esquire of Crookston; and Others, Heritors of the Parish of Channelkirk,-Resondents, In the Process of Locality of the said Parish of Channelkirk 2 Jun 1832
Re-revised Condescendence Re-Revised Condescendence for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherstone of Torrance, Widow of Henry Torrance, Esquire of Kirktonhill, and Others, herein after named and designed, being the Overpaying Heritors of the Stipend of the Parish of Channelkirk, In the Accounting among the Heritors of the said Parish, for Over and Under Payments of Stipend, during the subsistence of Interim Localities; and Re-Revised Answers for the Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Right Honourable the Earl Lauderdale, the Scots Episcopal Trustees, John Borthwick, Esquire of Crookstone, and Others, Heritors of the Parish of Channelkirk, to the said Re-Revised Condescendence for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherstone or Waterstone, and Others, In the Locality of the Parish of Channelkirk 1832
Revised Case Revised Case for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherston or Torrance, sometime of Kirktonhill; Robert Sheppard, sometime of Kirktonhill, and his Trustees; William Patrick of Kirktonhill, W.S.; Mr and Mrs William Ogilvie, of Threeburnford; John Murray, of Uplaw; Thomas Megget, W.S., and his Trustee; and Robert Dobson, Builder in Edinburgh, Proprietor of Heriotshall; Heritors, or sometime Heritors of the Parish of Channelkirk,--Claimants, In the Process of Locality of the Parish of Channelkirk 4 Oct 1832
Case Case for The Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Right Honourable the Earl of Lauderdale, the Scots Episcopal Trustees, John Borthwick, Esq. of Crookston and Others, Heritors of the parish of Channelkirk, Respondents, in the Process of Locality of the said parish of Channelkirk 4 Oct 1832
Report Report by the Teind Clerk In the accounting among the Heritors of Channelkirk, for over and under payments of Stipend in obedience to the following interlocutor 21 Feb 1833
Report Second Report by The Teind-Clerk, In General Accounting Among The Heritors of Channelkirk, for Over and Under-Payments of Stipend, made in Obedience to the prefixed Interlocutor 24 May 1833
Revised Additional Case Revised Additional Case for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherstone or Torrance, sometime of Kirktonhill; Robert Sheppard, sometime of Kirktonhill, and his Trustees; William Patrick of Kirktonhill, W.S.; Mr and Mrs William Ogilvie, of Threeburnford; John Murray, of Uplaw; Thomas Megget, W.S., and his Trustee; and Robert Dobson, Builder in Edinburgh, Proprietor of Heriotshall; Heritors, or sometime Heritors of the Parish of Channel,-Claimants, In the Process of Locality of the Parish of Channelkirk 19 Jun 1833
Additional Case Additional Case for the Marquis of Tweedale and Others, in the Accounting Branch of the Locality of Channelkirk 7 Jun 1833
Letter

Letter Mr Thomas Manners, W.S., (then) Common-Agent in the Locality of Channelkirk, to Mr William Bell, W.S

9 Apr 1813
Reclaiming Note Reclaiming Note for Mrs Elizabeth Weatherstone or Torrance, of Kirktonhill; Robert Shepherd of Kirktonhill, and his Trustees; William Patrick, W.S.; Mr and Mrs Ogilvie of Threeburnford; John Murray of Uplaw; Thomas Megget, W.S., and his Trustee; and Robert Dobson, Builder in Edinburgh, Heritors of the Parish of Channelkirk,-Claimants, In the Process of Locality of the Parish of Channelkirk 1 Jun 1832
Case Case for The Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Right Honourable the Earl of Lauderdale, the Scots Episcopal Trustees, John Borthwick, Esq. of Crookston and Others, Heritors of the parish of Channelkirk, Respondents, in the Process of Locality of the said parish of Channelkirk 4 Oct 1832

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