Document Type Petition
Case Simon Berard v. Robert Hunter
Author Name William Tait
Submitted 27 Nov 1793
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 38
Appendix Items
  • No. I. Certificate by John Holland, Esq; Freight Accomptant, Clerk to the Committee of Private Trade, of the Honourable East-India Company
  • No. II. Certificate by Robert Robson, Notary-Public, relative to the foregoing
  • No. III. Certificate by C. Aitkinson, and T. Bennet, Notaries-Public.
  • No. IV. Letter, Messrs Berards to Messrs Delap of Bourdeaux
  • No. V. Letter, Messrs Berards to Messrs Delap.
  • No. VI. Letter, Messrs Berards to Mr. Lewis Durand, at Rouen
  • No VII. Messrs Berards to Mr. Bize of London
  • No. VIII. Letter, Messrs Berards to Mr Bize of London
  • No. IX. Letter, Messrs Berards to Mr. Thomas Kelfall of London.
Appendix Length (pages) 7
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 09

Citation

William Tait, "Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of Robert Hunter, Esq. of Campie, late Merchant in Dacca, in Bengal ," 27 Nov 1793 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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