Information for Charles Cajetan count Leslie, Leopoldus count Leslie eldest son, Anthony Leslie of Balquhain second son, and the other issue of the said Charles Cajetan Count Leslie, defenders; against Peter Grant, eldest son of captain John Grant late of Ballindalloch, in the service of tbe States-General, pursuer.

Author
Leslie, Charles Cajetan, Graf von [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
[Edinburgh, 1761]
Description
98 p. ; 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
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Legal documentsScotland18th century [Browse]
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Multi-title collection including Information for Charles Cajetan count Leslie, Leopoldus count Leslie eldest son, Anthony Leslie of Balquhain second son, and the other issue of the said Charles Cajetan Count Leslie, defenders; against Peter Grant, eldest son of captain John Grant late of Ballindalloch, in the service of tbe States-General, pursuer and 48 other(s).
Linking notes
Forms part of the Collection of Scottish legal tracts and broadsides.
Summary note
A dispute concerning the settlement of estates.
Notes
  • Bound in v. 1 of a three volume set, item no. 40.
  • Dated at head of the drop-head title: October 15. 1761.
  • Signed: Alex. Lockhart.
References
ESTC N50331
Place name(s)
Scotland Edinburgh.
Other title(s)
Law miscellanies
In
  • Collection of Scottish legal tracts and broadsides. 1628-1782
  • Multi-title collection including Information for Charles Cajetan count Leslie, Leopoldus count Leslie eldest son, Anthony Leslie of Balquhain second son, and the other issue of the said Charles Cajetan Count Leslie, defenders; against Peter Grant, eldest son of captain John Grant late of Ballindalloch, in the service of tbe States-General, pursuer and 48 other(s).
OCLC
81181186
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