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Four Autograph Letters Signed to [?] Macphail; copy, with MS corrections and additions, of proposed report on Bill by committee of the Faculty of Advocates; 'COPY LETTER, Mr P. W. Campbell, P.C.S., to Sir William S. Haldane, Crown Agent'; Bill.

Charles Scott Dickson [Parliamentary Bill Clerks of Session (Scotland) Regulation Acts, 1889 and 1912]

Editorial: The four letters December to 1813; the Advocates' report 14 January 1913 Advocates Library; Campbell's letter 23 December 1912 Edinburgh; Bill 9 December 1912., 1812
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Dickson (born 1850) was Tory M.P. for Glasgow, Lord Advocate and Lord Justice Clerk. The four letters, all 12mo and all on House of Commons Library notepaper, are dusty and creased. Three are dated (30 and 31 December and 2 January) and signed; the other letter is undated and initialed. LETTER ONE: 'I spoke to the Lord Advocate to-day & he then definitely informed me that the Lord President entirely approved of the Bill.' LETTER TWO: 'I have spoken to the Advocate about the date of the committee stage & we will I believe have some weeks yet. We will be consulted about the date through Younger.' LETTER THREE: 'You may use my letter as you think best | I dont know yet whether I shall be in Edinburgh next week or not.' LETTER FOUR: Gives date for committee stage. 'Kindly let John Cowan - who is convener on the Sheriffs Courts Bill know'. The 'Proposed Report' is one page, folio, dusty but in good condition. Begins: 'This Bill is not consistent with the report of the recent committee on Minor Legal Appointments.' 'COPY LETTER' (two pages, folio, unsigned, good). Begins: 'I understand that it is desired that before I give up my work in the Second Division the necessary arragement should be made for the clerical work being carried on to the satisfaction of the Judges there [.]'. List three points which have to be considered under the new arrangements. Bill (one page, folio, good): 'there shall be only one principal clerk of Session'. N° de ref. de la librería 4021

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Título: Four Autograph Letters Signed to [?] ...

Editorial: The four letters December to 1813; the Advocates' report 14 January 1913 Advocates Library; Campbell's letter 23 December 1912 Edinburgh; Bill 9 December 1912.

Año de publicación: 1812

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