House of Lords. Sir Hector Munro, provost of the borough of Nairn; Alexander Hay, Alexander Brodie, and John Rose, bailies thereof; and other members of the town council of the said borough, elected the 23d September 1782; John Fraser, common clerk of the said borough; and Alexander baillie of Davochfour, Esquire, - - appellants. Robert Forbes, surgeon in Nairn, Hugh Falconar, merchant there, and others, burgesses, heritors, and inhabitants of the said borough, - - - - - respondents. The respondents' case [electronic resource]
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- Forbes, Robert, surgeon
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- [London : s.n., 1785]
- 8 pages ; 2⁰.
- "To be heard at the bar of the House of Lords on [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 1785" (docket title).
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- [Baillie, Alexander] -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- [Fraser, John] -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- [Munro, Hector] -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- Brodie, Alexander -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- Hay, Alexander -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- Rose, John -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800
- Poverty -- Early works to 1800
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- [In] the House of Lords. Sir Hector Monro, Knight of the Bath, Alexander Hay, Alexander Brodie, John Rose, and others, all burgesses of the burgh of Nairn, - - - - - - - appellants. Robert Forbes, and others, also burgesses of the said burgh, - - - - - respondents. The appellants' case [electronic resource]
- John Scott, Esq; appellant. The magistrates and town-council of the borough of Montross, respondents. The respondents case [electronic resource]
- [In] the House of Lords. Andrew Johnston, John Chalmers, and William Gray, Sen. baillies; and Sir John Anstruther, bart. Philip Anstruther Paterson, Esq; of eccles, Andrew Johnston, of Pitkeire, Gavin Hog, Andrew Dickieson, John Caithness, James Mercer, Thomas Ballardie, James Westwater, Robert Young, Andrew Innes, and Archibald Brown, counsellors of the burgh of Anstruther Easter, - - - - - - appellants. Alexander Tennant and William Gray, Jun. constituent members of the council of the borough of Anstruther Easter, at the annual election, upon the 14th of September last, - - - respondents. The respondents case [electronic resource]
- [In] the House of Lords. Andrew Johnston, and others, magistrates and counsellors of the burgh of Anstruther Easter, - - - - appellants. Alexander Tenant, and William Gray Senior, constituent members of the town council of of the said burgh, at the Michaelmas election 1784, - - - respondents. The appellants' case [electronic resource]
- Hugh Murray Kynnynmound Esq; the only acting trustee under the last settlement of Sir James Rochead of Inverleith bart. deceas'd, in behalf of the whole persons, for whose behoof the said settlement or trust right in granted, and James Dalrymple, an infant, second son of Sir James Dalrymple of Haills bart. by Mr. Hugh Somervill his tutor ad lites. Appellants. Sir James Dalrymple bart. Hugh, Charles, and John Dalrymple infants, sons of the said Sir James Dalrymple; Sir Francis Kinloch bart. and Dame Mary his wife; Mr. Francis Kinloch advocate; David Kinloch, and Alexander Kinloch, sons of the said Sir Francis Kinloch by the said Dame Mary his wife; James Cathcart Esq; and Mrs. Elizabeth Rochead spinster; Alexander Hamilton of Pencaitland, and Thomas Dundas of Letham Esq; and John Rochead, merchant in Edinburgh, respondents. And the said Mr. Francis Kinloch advocate, as one of the heirs of the settlement aforesaid, appellant. The said Sir Francis Kinloch bart. and Dame Mary his wife, and all the other persons abovenamed both appellants and respondents in the foresaid other cause, respondents. The case of the appellants in both appeals [electronic resource]