Document Type Condescendence
Case LC Volume 06
Author Name Andrew Skene
Submitted 26 Apr 1821
Marginalia? No
Main Document Length (Pages) 2
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages)
Repository Library of Congress
Container LC Volume 06

Citation

Andrew Skene, "Condescendence for John Cross, Spirit-Dealer in Glasgow,- Respondent, in the Action at his Instance against Robert Cross, Farmer Mackinfauld, near Glasgow,- Petition," 26 Apr 1821 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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