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Letter from a freeholder to the several county courts of Scotland on the resolutions moved by Mr. Murray, younger, of Ochtertyre, at the Michaelmas Head Court of the county of Perth on the second of October 1798. And Defence of the Law of Scotland with respect to bail and degree of punishment in cases of sedition ... against the attack made upon them by the above resolutions
Bib ID 2328501
Format BookBook
Author
Freeholder
 
Description Edinburgh : Sold by Messrs. J. Elder, J. Robertson, and W. Mudie, [1798?] 
23 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK6011.

Notes

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK6011.

Subjects Sedition -- Scotland.  |  Transportation of convicts -- New South Wales.
Also Titled

Defence of the law of Scotland with respect to bail and degree of punishment.

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