Document Type Record
Case William Yeats v. Alexander Thomson and Others
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Submitted 1832
Marginalia? No
Main Document Length (Pages) 11
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Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 56

Citation

, "Record, Re-Revised Condescendence and Re-revised Answers. In the Action of Reduction at the instance of William Yeats of Cross-Lane, Saint Mary-at-hill, London, and James Wilson, Writer in Glasgow, his Mandatory,-Pursuers, Against Alexander Thomson and Others, and the Honourable Robert Dalgleish, Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow, and Others,-Defenders," 1832 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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Record, Re-Revised Condescendence and Re-revised Answers. In the Action of Reduction at the instance of William Yeats of Cross-Lane, Saint Mary-at-hill, London, and James Wilson, Writer in Glasgow, his Mandatory,-Pursuers, Against Alexander Thomson and Others, and the Honourable Robert Dalgleish, Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow, and Others,-Defenders
Defences for Alexander Thomson, Banker in Greenock, and Henry Strong, of Salcombe, in the Parish of Malborough, and county of Devon, Maltster, formerly accepting and acting Trustees of the deceased James Yeats, Esq., some time merchant in London, afterwards residing at Salcombe, aforesaid, To the Action of Reduction against them and Others at the instance of William Yates of Cross-Lane, St Mary-at-Hill, London, and James Wilson, Writer in Glasgow, his Mandatory
Defences for The Honourable Robert Dalgleish, Lord Provost, Mathew Fleming, Esq., John Smith youngest, Esq. David Ferguson, Esq., Robert Ferrie, Esq., and George Burn Esq., Bailies, of the City of Glasgow,-Trustees under the Trust-Disposition and Conveyance executed by the late James Yates, Esq., sometime Merchant in London, thereafter residing at Salcombe in the parish of Malborough, and County of Devon, on 1st April 1829. To the Action of Reduction against them and Others, at the Instance of William Yates of Cross-lane, St. Mary-at-Hill, London, and James Wilson, Writer in Glasgow, his Mandatory and Attorney
Unto The Right Honourable, The Lords of Council and Session, Reclaiming Note for William Yeats or Cross-Lane, St Mary-at-Hill, London, and James Wilson, Writer in Glasgow, his Mandatory,-Pursuers, In the Process of Reduction against Alexander Thomson, Banker in Greenock, and Others, as Trustees of the Deceased James Yeats, sometime Merchant in London, afterwards residing at Salcombe, in the Parish of Malborough, and County of Devon, and Others,-Defenders