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Scottish Whigs and the reform of the Court of Session 1785-1830

N. T. Phillipson

Scottish Whigs and the reform of the Court of Session 1785-1830

by N. T. Phillipson

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Published by Stair Society in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scotland. -- Court of Session.,
  • Courts -- Scotland -- History.,
  • Law reform -- Scotland.,
  • Scotland -- Politics and government -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNicholas Phillipson.
    SeriesThe Stair Society -- 37., Stair Society (Series) -- 37.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 216 p.;
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14532313M
    ISBN 101872517005

    A rare, able and thorough critique, and a principal source relied upon in modern scholarship on midth century judicial reform efforts in Scotland [see Philippson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of The Court of Session pp. ] Condition. This listing page belongs to Wikipedia:WikiProject Dictionary of National Biography, spun out of the “missing article” project, and is concerned with checking whether Wikipedia has articles for all those listed in the Dictionary of National Biography (DNB), a volume British biographical dictionary published and now in the public ry: Category:Missing encyclopedic .

    The court book of the barony and regality of Falkirk and Callendar. Supplementary Volumes ; 1. 所蔵館2館. 7. The Scottish Whigs and the reform of the Court of Session Nicholas Phillipson. Stair Society Stair Society (Series) hc. 所蔵館3館 An introduction to Scottish legal history. He canvassed Scottish members with little success before he turned to lobbying opposition members from all constituencies By late , John Craig Millar was giving Archibald Fletcher powerful support in the drafting of reform proposals Thomas Wilson’s friend John Clerk of Eldin was also a supporter, and consultant on the legal aspects.

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The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session Nicholas Philipson A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of History of the University of Cambridge in Partial Fulfilment of the Regulations for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Like Bell, both men were Whigs.

6 See N Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session (Stair Society ) ff. 7 G W Wilton, George Joseph Bell () Wilton (9 n 4) estimates Bell’s best year to have beenimmediately prior to his appointment to the Chair.

The Scottish Whigs and the reform of the Court of Session / Nicholas Phillipson. KF S35 S7 V Miscellany three / by various authors ; edited by W.M. Gordon ; with a preface by Gordon Donaldson. STAIR SOCIETY Publications Various, An Introductory Survey of the Sources and Literature of Scots Law, Stair Society, 1 () Native sources.

Watson, W., The statutory law. Hannay, R.K., Early records of Council and Session, Court Book of the Barony & Regality of Falkirk & Callendar Vol 1 (Stair Vol 38) £ Add to Cart. The Scottish Whigs & the Reform of the Court of Session (Stair Vol 37) The Scottish Whigs & the Reform of the Court of Session (Stair Vol 37) £ Add to Cart.

Miscellany 2 (Stair Vol 35) Miscellany 2. The Scottish whigs and the reform of the court of Session, – (Edinburgh, ), p. 85; Finlay, J., ‘ Scots lawyers and House of Lords appeals in eighteenth-century Britain ’, Legal History, 32 (), pp.

–77, at p. See Nicholas T. Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session – (Edinburgh: Stair Society, ); Google Scholar Phillipson, “The Social Structure of the Faculty of Advocates in Scotland –,” in Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History, ed.

Allan Harding (London: Royal Historical Society, Author: Anthony LaVopa. Like Bell, both men were Whigs. 7 See N Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session (Stair Society ) ff. 8 GWWilton,GeorgeJosephBell()Wilton(at9n4)estimatesBell’sbestyeartohavebeen, immediately prior to his appointment to the Chair.

See also Lord Moncreiff, “Letters and. The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session (Stair Soc ) ; J W Cairns, ‘Historical Introduction’ in K Reid and R Zimmermann (eds) A History of Private Law in Scotland () vol 1, ; G Dolezalek ‘The Court of Session as a.

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1, The Movement for Reform, London, Steven & Sons Ltd., Cited by: 3. Review of The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session by N. Phillipson [] Juridical Review Review of A Casebook on Delict by W.J.

Stewart () 36 Journal of the Law Society of Scotland For more detail, see Nicholas Phillipson, " The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session –, " diss. University of Cambridge, Author: Beth Innocenti.

On developed Court of Session procedure, see N Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session,Stair Society (), ; see also H L MacQueen, "Jurisdiction heritage and the Lords of Council and Session after ", D Sellar (ed), Miscellany II, Stair Society (), ; and idem, "Pleadable brieves.

N T Phillipson, The Scottish Whigs and the reform of the Court of Session –, Edinburgh, Stair Society, For example, [Andrew Duncan] Address to the public respecting the establishment of a lunatic asylum at Edinburgh, Edinburgh, James Cited by: 7.The Scottish Whigs and the reform of the court of session, – N.T.

Phillipson. Cambridge Ph.D. The Edinburgh professoriate, –, and the university's contribution to 19th-century British society. A.C. Chitnis. Edinburgh Ph.D. Archibald Bruce of Whitburn (–), with special reference to his view of church.N Phillipson The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session (The Stair Society Edinburgh ) The story is most fully told in N Phillipson The Scottish Whigs and the Reform of the Court of Session (The Stair Society Edinburgh ) et .