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Lawyer's Letter About Property

Author(s): Hill, William

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GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES


Messrs Mitchells, Johnston & Co.,
Writers,
160West George STREET.
HILL & HOGGAN.
WILLIAM H. HILL, LL.D.
JAMES A. M'CALLUM,
PATRICK SPENS.
Telegraphic address,
"HIDAHO," GLASGOW.
TELEPHONE No. 3503 ROYAL.
194 INGRAM STREET,
GLASGOW, 9th August 1909.

Dear Sirs,

University of Glasgow.
Arrears of Teinds.
We shall be glad to hear from you
as to the following arrears of Teinds, viz:-
1) Teind of £1:16:5 payable from part of
Partickhill by Mr Alexander McEwan,Fairfield,
as towhich you have been in communication
with Messrs A.J. & A. Graham; and
2) Hyndland Teind,£11:19:2, payable by Messrs
Duncanson & Henderson, as to which they them:
selves were in direct communication with you.

Yours faithfully,
[¿]Hoggan

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Lawyer's Letter About Property

Document Information

Document ID 517
Title Lawyer's Letter About Property
Year group 1900-1950
Genre Administrative prose
Year of publication 1909
Place of publication Glasgow, Scotland
Wordcount 119

Author information: Hill, William

Author ID 382
Forenames William
Surname Hill
Gender Male
Occupation Lawyer