Document Type Petition
Case William Little Gilmour v. Caroline Hunter
Author Name Patrick Murray, of Cherrytrees
Submitted 18 Jun 1799
Marginalia? Yes
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Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 17

Citation

Patrick Murray, of Cherrytrees, "Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Miss Caroline Hunter, second Daughter of the deceased Walter Hunter, Esq; of Polmood ," 18 Jun 1799 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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