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Text:"...'s levee. Newspapers. Lord C. J. De Grey. Letters of William and JohnScott. Riots. IT was in Hilary term, 1776, on the 9th of February, that Mr. JohnScott was called to the bar by the honourable society..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... to subscribe myself, Your affectionate brother, J. SCOTT. London, 17th June, 1773. Mr. JohnScott, shortly after his own marriage, had said, in a letter to Mr. Lane, a fellow-student of his at University..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... but regret that it is so improbable that it will soon be in my power to assure you, in person, how happy 1 am to subscribe myself, Your affectionate brother, J. SCOTT. London, 17th June, 1773. Mr. JohnScott..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... Scott entered into articles, to which the young couple were parties, and by which Mr. Surtees covenanted to pay to Mr. JohnScott 1000J. as the portion of his daughter, with 5 per cent, until payment..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...108 LIFE OF LORD (Sir JohnScott to his brother Henry.) Not dated ; but written June, 1788. Dear Harry, I kissed the kings hand yesterday as solicitor-general. The king, in spite of my teeth, laid..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of January 1773, Mr. Surtees and Mr. Scott entered into articles, to which the young couple were parties, and by which Mr. Surtees covenanted to pay to Mr. JohnScott WOOL as the portion of his daughter..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... I am to subscribe myself, Your affectionate brother, J. SCOTT. London, 17th June, 1773. Mr. JohnScott, shortly after his own marriage, had said, in a letter to Mr. Lane, a fellow-student of his..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to Oxford. On the 7th of January 1773, Mr. Surtees and Mr. Scott entered into articles, to which the young couple were parties, and by which Mr. Surtees covenanted to pay to Mr. JohnScott IOQOL..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of JohnScott, of Charlotte-street, Blackfriars-road, Envelope-maker, Showeth, That your Memorialist is a maker of envelopes, which he cuts from paper manufactured by another person ; that in the process..."
Date:1857
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Text:"...17911793. CHANCELLOR ELDON. 211 My dear girl joins me in love to my dear sister, brother, and dear Mary. I remain, your very affectionate sister, ELiz. SCOTT. Sir JohnScott to his Brother Henry..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...120 LIFE OF LORD (Sir JohnScott to Mrs. Henry Scott.) London, 4th October, 1791. Dear Sister, I persuade myself you will do me the justice to believe that I should have been happier than I am..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...17911793. CHANCELLOR ELDON. 211 My dear girl joins me in love to my dear sister, brother, and dear Mary. I remain, your very affectionate sister, ELiz. SCOTT. Sir JohnScott to his Brother Henry..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... this portion of my prayer, it will appear that the reason for denying my second request is the justice of the first. I have, c, JOHNSCOTT. (From the Treasury.) October 13, 1857. Sib, - I am directed..."
Date:1857
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Text:"... Sir JohnScott was about to receive his promotion, could be taken only in term time ; and, therefore, the long vacation having begun, Par liament was pleased, before the sealing of his patent, to pass..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... mentioned, was the owner of a certain barge, which said barge was before then let to hire to one JohnScott Russell for a certain time then unexpired, and the same was then in the possession of the said John..."
Date:1865
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Text:"... Sir JohnScott was about to receive his promotion, could be taken only in term time ; and, therefore, the long vacation having begun, Par liament was pleased, before the sealing of his patent, to pass..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... for Political Offences. Attorney-Generals Illness. Prosecution of Gilbert Wakefield. Awkward Squad. Treasonable and Seditious Practices Bill. Services of Sir JohnScott in the House of Commons : his Demeanour..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"....'" The emoluments of Sir JohnScott at the bar have been overrated. His early fee-books are not extant ; but those of later date remain, from the beginning of 1785 to 1799, when he quitted the bar for the bench..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... was to be filled by Sir JohnScott, Lord Kenyon, who was then Lord Chief Justice of England, took an opportunity, from the bench, of expressing his congratulations to the profession, particularly to those who..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1838
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Text:"..., Bart., F. B. Hacket, Esq., W. H. C. Floyer, Esq., C. Ghadwicke, Esq., JohnScott, Esq., the Rev. James Scott, J. Whitehead, Esq., the Master and Fellows of Emanuel College, Cambridge, and the said..."
Date:Between 1857 and 1858