Dundas, Lawrence -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the King's Bench, William Beer and Rebecca his wife, Lawrence Dundas, Henry Cokburne and Mary Teresa his wife, Elizabeth Cotton, widow, Ralph Adderley and Rosamond his wife, and John Robert Brown Cave and Catherine Penelope, his wife versus the Reverend Richard Rowland Ward [electronic resource] : on an issue directed by the Court of Chancery : tried before the Lord Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury.
Dundas of Aske, Thomas Dundas, 1741-1820. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : In the House of Lords. : Laurence, William, Charles, Margaret, Charlotte, Thomas, Frances-Laura, George, and Robert Dundas, Children of the Marriage between Sir Thomas Dundas, Baronet, and Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam, his Wife, and the Trustees of the said Children, and Robert Bruce, Esquire, of Kennet, one of the Senators of the College of Justice, their Tutor, ad litem; Mary Dundas, alias Bruce, third Daughter of Thomas Dundas, of Fingask, and Spouse of James Bruce of Kinnaird, James Bruce and Janet-Maitland Bruce, Children procreated betwixt the said Mary Dundas and James Bruce, and the said James Bruce, of Kinnaird, for himself and his Interest, and as Administrator in Law for his said Children; Thomas Dundas, Esquire, of Fingask; Janet Haldane, only Child of the Marriage betwixt the deceased Bethea Dundas and George Haldane, of Gleneagles, Esquire, and the said George Haldane, as Administrator in Law for his Daughter; John and Thomas Gibsons, only Children of the Marriage betwixt the deceased Margaret Bruce Dundas and Alexander Gibson, Esquire of Durie, an.
Dundas, Thomas, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : 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, respo.
Dundas, William, active 1665-1673. : A few vvords of truth from the spirit of truth to all who are convinced of the truth, and stand in opposition to the cross ... : also a few words to all the litteral professors, who can own the ministration of Christ without them but deny him within them and to those that have their dependance upon the teaching of men, in oppostion to the ministration of the spirit within : together with a short discovery of the Presbyterian government, and some reasons of dissenting from it / William Dundas.
Dundas, William, active 1665-1673. -- Early works to 1800. : A few vvords of truth from the spirit of truth to all who are convinced of the truth, and stand in opposition to the cross. : By one who remained in that Estate above seven years, before he was brought to the true obedience of truth: and was whipped to it by the merciful rod of the Lord; for no less could do it. Also a few words to all the litteral professors, who can own the ministration of Christ without them, but deny him within them. And to those that have their dependance upon the teachings of men, in oppostion to the ministration of the spirit within. Together with a short discovery of the Presbyterian government; and some reasons of dissenting from it. / William Dundas.
Dundass, James, 18th century. : An instructed historical account of the Settlement in the episcopal congregation of Dundee in 1727 : and of the intrusion there in 1743. Being a full and proper reply to a late pamphlet of Mr. James Dundass...
Guilds -- Scotland -- Dundee. : Burgh laws of Dundee : with the history, statutes, & proceedings of the Guild of Merchants and fraternities of craftsmen / by Alex J. Warden.
Guilds -- Scotland -- Dundee -- History. : Burgh laws of Dundee [electronic resource] : with the history, statutes, & proceedings of the guild of merchants and fraternities of craftsmen / by Alex. J. Warden.
Riots -- Scotland -- Dundee -- Early works to 1800. : By order of the provost and magistrates of Dundee. The inhabitants of Dundee, and the suburbs, are hereby informed, that every step is taking by them to guard against any chance of scarcity, ... of meal; ...
Dundee Royal Infirmary. : Dundee Royal Infirmary, 1798 to 1948 : the story of the old infirmary, with a short account of more recent years / by Henry J. C. Gibson.