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Dalrymple, James
Dalrymple, James (Viscount of Stair)
Dalrymple, James (Viscount Stair)
James (Viscount of Stair)
James (Viscount Stair)
Stair, de
Stair, James
Stair, James Dalrymple
Stair, James Dalrymple (1st Viscount)
Stair, James Dalrymple (vicomte de)
Stair, James Dalrymple (Viscount of)
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Anderson, Andrew (erven, Edinburg)
Cody, E.G.
Law Society of Scotland
Leslie, John (1527-1596)
More, John Schank (1784-1861)
Schoonebeet, A.
Shaw, Patrick (1796-1872)
Stair Society
Walker, David M.
Walker, David Maxwell
Apology for sir james dalrymple of stair, president of the session
Collections concerning the Scottish history, preceeding the death of King David the First, in the year 1153...
Decisions of the lords of council & session in the most important cases debate before them with the acts of sederunt as also, an alphabetical compend of the decisions : with an index of the acts of sederunt, and the pursuers and defenders names, from june 1661 to july 1681
historie of Scotland, The
Institutions of the law of scotland, deduced from its originals, and collated vvith the civil, canon, and feudal-lavvs; and vvith the customs of neighbouring nations
Laws of Scotland, The : Stair memorial encyclopaedia.
Modus litigandi, or Form of process observed before the lords of council and session in Scotland
physiologia nova experimentalis in qua generales notiones aristotelis, epicuri, & cartesii supplentur errores deteguntur & emendantur …
Stair tercentenary studies
vindication of the ecclesiastical part of Sir James Dalrymple's Historical collections in answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, The life of the Reverend Mr. John Sage, &c. Wherein some Things are added towards the Clearing the Ancient Government of the Church of Scotland from the Mistakes of a late Author. Together with a Defence of what Sir James hath Advanced Concerning the Opinion of the Scottish Historians in Relation to King Robert the Second's Marriage with Elizabeth Mure, in Answer to Mr. John Sage his Criticism on that Subject in his Introduction to Hawthornden's Works, A