Document Type Minute
Case LC Volume 01
Author Name Unclear
Submitted 16 Jan 1806
Marginalia? No
Main Document Length (Pages) 8
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages)
Repository Library of Congress
Container LC Volume 01

Citation

Unclear, "Minute in the Process of Reduction and Declarator, At the instance of Alexander Welsh, Esq. of Scarr, formerly Alexander Hamilton of Marwhirn; Against Mrs. Jean Welsh Maxwell of Steelstone, and Lieutenant-Colonel William Newall, her Husband," 16 Jan 1806 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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