Document Type Information
Case Macausland and Others v. Montgomery and Others, and the Magistrates of Glasgow
Author Name Robert Cullen, Lord Cullen
Submitted 11 Oct 1792
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 19
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Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 09

Citation

Robert Cullen, Lord Cullen, "Information for John Macausland, Deacon Convener, and James Burns, Collector, for themselves, and in behalf of the other Members of the Convenery or Trades House in the City of Glasgow, Defenders and Advocators; Against James Montgomery, Visitor of the Incorporation of Maltmen in Glasgow, now Brewer in or near Dundee, John Tennant, Maltman in Glasgow, William Merrilees, late Deacon of the Hammermen, John Cuthbertson, Maltman in Glasgow, and James Aiken, Tailor in Glasgow, George Buchanan, Maltman, late Bailie of Glasgow, and William Pinkerton, Maltman in Glasgow, seven of the individual Members of the Trades House, Pursuers," 11 Oct 1792 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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