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Letter from David Woodburn to Dr Traill, To be Communicated to the University Meeting

Author(s): Woodburn, David

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Gentlemen


I have again and again demmanded
of your Clerk an Extract
of the whole Proceedings
of this Court against, and have
at last received only a partial
one, without the Proof which
is to me the most material
part [of] any of the Proceedings
after the Sentence. All which
I am oblidged to demmand
of this meeting, and hope
they will have the said Proof
and Proceedings after the
Sentence compleatly Extracted
as soon as po┼┐sible.

David Woodburn

June 3d 1769
Glasgow

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Letter from David Woodburn to Dr Traill, To be Communicated to the University Meeting

Document Information

Document ID 595
Title Letter from David Woodburn to Dr Traill, To be Communicated to the University Meeting
Year group 1750-1800
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1769
Place of publication Glasgow, Scotland
Wordcount 83

Author information: Woodburn, David

Author ID 176
Forenames David
Surname Woodburn
Gender Male
Year of birth 1749
Place of birth Monkton, Ayrshire, Scotland
Occupation Student
Father's occupation Farmer
Education University
Locations where resident Glasgow, Monkton