Document Type Memorial
Case Armstrong and Son, and Others v. Thomas Moffat and Others
Author Name Robert Dundas, of Arniston
Submitted 1 Jul 1800
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 21
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages)
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 16

Citation

Robert Dundas, of Arniston, "Memorial for Messrs Armstrong & Son, David Mathieson, William Wilson Senior, James Alves, and James Thomson, all Candlemakers in Dalkeith---Chargers; against Thomas Moffat Deacon, and William Chalmers Boxmaster, of the Society of Fleshers in Dalkeith, for themselves, and in name and behalf of the whole other Members of the said Society; and Alexander Thomson, John M'Millan, and Benjamin Plumber, Fleshers there, for themselves as Individuals---Suspenders," 1 Jul 1800 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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