Document Type Answers
Case Jean Colville v. William Lauder
Author Name Henry David Inglis
Submitted 19 Dec 1799
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 4
Appendix Items
  • Letter, David Lauder to Mrs Lauder (Greenock, Nov. 26, 1793).
  • Letter, David Lauder to William Lauder his Father (Kingston, St. Vincent, July 21, 1797).
  • Letter, William Lauder to Jean Colvill (Coalstoun-Woodhouse, Feb. 5, 1799).
  • Letter, William Lauder, to James Colville, smith, Foord, and Letter subjoined thereto by James Colville, to James Ormiston, to be transmitted to Mr Smeiton (Coalstoun-Woodhouse, Mar. 29, 1799).
  • Letter, James Colvill, to James Ormiston, porter dealer, Advocate's Close, Edinburgh (Foord, Pathead, Apr. 1, 1799).
Appendix Length (pages) 6
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 16

Citation

Henry David Inglis, "Answers for Jean Colville Daughter of John Colville late Smith in Leith, and Relict of the deceased David Lauder Cabinetmaker, late in Edinburgh, afterwards in the West India Islands and in America; to the Petition of William Lauder Wright at Coalston Woodhouse. ," 19 Dec 1799 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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