Document Type Information
Case Lord Frederick Campbell, Lord Clerk-Register of Scotland v. Andrew-Stuart, Keeper of the General and Particular Register of Sasines at Edinburgh
Author Name William Miller
Submitted 3 Jul 1792
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 36
Appendix Items
  • No. I. Commission to Andrew Stuart Esq. as Keeper of the Register of Sabine's.
  • No. II. Commission to Lord Frederick Campbell, Lord Clerk-Register, as renewed in 1777.
  • No. III. Unprinted Statute about who are entitled to vote as Officers of State, 17 June 1617.
  • No. IV. Commission the Earl of Selkirk, Lord Clerk Register, to William Foulis, as Keeper of the Register of Sasines.
  • No. V. Summons, Lord Frederick Campbell against Messrs Stuart, Davidson, and Steele.
  • No. VI. Summons of Declarator, Andrew Stuart Esq. against Lord Frederick Campbell, &c.
  • No. VII. Unprinted Act 1686 repealing Act 1685 made for transmitting the records once in ten years to the General Repository.
  • No. VIII. King's Warrant to John Maule, Esquire, for L.200 per annum as Clerk and Keeper of the Register of Sasines in Scotland, to commence the 5th April 1761.
  • Manuscript Notations
Appendix Length (pages) 14
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 07

Citation

William Miller, "Information for Andrew Stuart, Esq; Keeper of the Registers of Seisines at Edinburgh, and for John Davidson and Andrew Steele, Depute and Subsitute Keepers of said Registers, and the Officrs of State; against Lord Frederick Campbell, Lord Clerk-Register for Scotland and others," 3 Jul 1792 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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