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0000 0001 0887 5678
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Scott, Gulielmus
Scott, William
Scott, William (Baron Stowell)
Scott, William (Baron Stowell of Stowell Park)
Scott, William (Sir)
Scott, William (Sir, Baron Stowell of Stowell Park)
Stowell (Lord)
Stowell of Stowell Park, William Scott
Stowell of Stowell Park, William Scott (Baron)
Stowell, William Scott
Stowell, William Scott (Baron)
Dates: 
1745-1836
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Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham (1778-1868; Baron))
Church of England. Diocese of London. Consistory Court
Dalrymple, Johanna
Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty
Haggard, John (1794-1856))
Ireland, John (1761-1842))
Minot, George (1817-1858)
Robinson, Christopher (1766-1833)
Strahan, Andrew
White, John (1757 ó 8-1832)
Titles: 
Admiralty reports, Vol. II
Biographical dictionary of the common law
In the Consistory Court of London. Augusta Evans, the wife, versus Thomas Evans, Esq., the husband.
judgment of the Right Hon. Lord Stowell, respecting the slavery of the mongrel woman, Grace on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty court of Antigua, Michaelmas term, 1827, The
Judgment pronounced in the Consistory court of London, in the case of Dalrymple v. Dalrymple
Judgment pronounced in the High Court of Admiralty, in the cases of the Maria--Paulsen, master, the Gratitudine--Mazzola, master
letter to the Right Hon. Sir Wm. Scott, in answer to Mr. Brougham's letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, upon the abuse of charities and ministerial patronage in the appointments under the late act, A
Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Admiralty commencing with the judgments of the Right Hon. Sir William Scott, Michaelmas term 1798
Some observations upon the argument drawn by Mr. Huskisson and the Bullion Committee from the high price of gold bullion
Substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Sir William Scott, delivered in the House of Commons, Wednesday, April 7, 1802 upon a motion for leave to bring in a bill relative to the non-residence of the clergy and other affairs of the church
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