Document Type Minute
Case A. M'Callum v. W. Robertson
Author Name
Submitted 7 May 1822
Marginalia? No
Main Document Length (Pages) 2
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages)
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 36

Citation

, "Minute for the Greenock Bank Company, in the Petition for Sequestration of the Estates of Alexander M'Callum, Merchant in Greenock, presented for William Robertson, Merchant, Greenock, and in which the Greenock Bank Company concurred," 7 May 1822 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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