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The injustice and absurdity of the existing law regarding title deeds of heritable property in Scotland exposed, in a letter from Robert Wallace, Esq., to the Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Alexander Graham, of Lancefield, Esq., and his fellow-citizens at large in that ancient city, on the memorial presented in June, 1845, to Sir James Graham Bart., secretary of state for the Home Department, by the merchants, manufacturers, and bankers, of Glasgow, praying for the simplification and economisation of the expense of the transmissions of heritable (real) property in sale and mortgage within Scotland.

Robert Wallace
Hume Tracts
1846
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The injustice and absurdity of the existing law regarding title deeds of heritable property in Scotland exposed, in a letter from Robert Wallace, Esq., to the Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Alexander Graham, of Lancefield, Esq., and his
     fellow-citizens at large in that ancient city, on the memorial presented in June, 1845, to Sir James Graham Bart., secretary of state for the Home Department, by the merchants, manufacturers, and bankers, of Glasgow, praying for the
     simplification and economisation of the expense of the transmissions of heritable (real) property in sale and mortgage within Scotland.
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