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  • Main Series
  • Supplementary Series
  • Vol 62
  • Miscellany VII by Various Authors
  • Edited by Hector L. MacQueen, with a Preface by the Hon Lord Stewart
  • Contributors: Alan R Borthwick, Norma M Dawson, John Finlay, Lord Hope of Craighead, Michael Lobban, Ian Maclagan, Hector MacQueen, Nial Osborough, William W Scott, W David H Sellar, Irvine Smith, Angus Stewart (Lord Stewart), and Adelyn L M Wilson.
  • Published 2015
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  • Vol 58
  • Scottish Formularies
  • Edited by Professor A A M Duncan, Emeritus Professor of Scottish History and Literature, University of Glasgow, with a legal afterword by Professor H L MacQueen
  • The title of this collection indicates a different substance than the title of the first study of them, Lord Cooper's Register of Brieves, 1286-1386 (Stair Society, vol 10, 1946), prepared in wartime when access to records and manuscripts was severely limited.
  • Published 2011
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  • Vol 54
  • Miscellany VI by Various Authors
  • Edited by Professor Hector L MacQueen, with a preface by Sheriff Peter G B McNeill
  • Contributors: Neil MacCormick, O F Robinson, Douglas J Cusine, Thomas Green, Colin T Reid, Brian Dempsey, Andrew R C Simpson, Hector L MacQueen, David Ibbetson, Thomas H Drysdale, Lord Hope of Craighead, Karen Bruce Lockhart
  • Published 2009
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  • Vol 49
  • Miscellany Four by Various Authors
  • Edited by Professor Hector L MacQueen, with a preface by Lord Hope of Craighead
  • Contributors: Alan Harding, A Mark Godfrey, John Finlay, Gero Dolezalek, David B Smith, William M Gordon, D M Abbot, Ann Hope, Hector L MacQueen, Douglas J Cusine, Brian P Levack, Angus Stewart QC, Kenneth Campbell, Alan Watson
  • Published 2002
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  • Vol 43
  • An Institute of the Laws of Scotland in Civil Rights: Volume 3
  • Andrew MacDowell, Lord Bankton. This edition with a Foreword by Professor William Gordon.
  • Full title: An Institute of the Laws of Scotland in Civil Rights with Observations upon the Agreement or Diversity between them and the Laws of England in Four Books, after the General Manner of the Viscount Stair'€™s Institutions.
  • Published 1995
  • Vol 42
  • An Institute of the Laws of Scotland in Civil Rights: Volume 2
  • Andrew MacDowell, Lord Bankton. This edition with a Foreword by Professor William Gordon.
  • Full title: An Institute of the Laws of Scotland in Civil Rights with Observations upon the Agreement or Diversity between them and the Laws of England in Four Books, after the General Method of the Viscount Stair's Institutions.
  • Published 1994
  • Vol 39
  • Miscellany Three by Various Authors
  • Edited by Professor W M Gordon with a Preface by Professor Emeritus Gordon Donaldson, H M Historiographer in Scotland
  • Contributors: Gordon Donaldson, William Ferguson, James Anderson, John W Cairns, William A Kelly, Hector L MacQueen, David B Smith, Angus Stewart, A I B Stewart
  • Published 1992
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  • Vol 36
  • Formulary of Old Scots Documents
  • Compiled by Peter Gouldesbrough, former Assistant Keeper in the Scottish Record Office, with a Supplementary Essay on Early Scottish Conveyancing by Gordon Donaldson, H M Historiographer in Scotland
  • Published 1985
  • Vol 35
  • Miscellany Two by Various Authors
  • Edited by David Sellar, BA, LLB, Department of Scots Law, University of Edinburgh, with a Preface by the Rt Hon Lord Avonside
  • Contributors: David Sellar, Gordon Donaldson, John M Gilbert, Hector L MacQueen, Peter G B McNeill, Ronald Black, David Stevenson, Lionel Stones, Bernard S Jackson, William Ferguson, Margaret D Young
  • Published 1984
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  • Vol 26
  • Miscellany One
  • By various authors. With a Preface by the Rt Hon Lord Clyde, PC, LLD, Lord Justice-General and Lord President of the Court of Session
  • Contributors: J L Clyde, E L G Stones, Thomas I Rae, J J Robertson, I D Grant, Athol L Murray, David Stephenson, Ian H Adams, A J Mackenzie Stuart, J Bennett Miller
  • Published 1971
  • Vol 24
  • William Hay’s Lectures on Marriage
  • Transcribed, translated and edited by the Right Reverend Monsignor John C Barry MA (Cantab), DCL (Rome), Rector of St Andrew's College, Drygrange, Melrose and Consultor to the Pontifical Commission for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law
  • Published 1967
  • Vol 20
  • An Introduction to Scottish Legal History
  • By various authors, with an Introduction by the Rt Hon Lord Normand, PC, LLD, Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, 1947-53
  • Contributors: Lord Cooper of Culross, G Campbel H Paton, J Irvine Smith, James D Scanlan, Ronald D Ireland, Alexander E Anton, George A Montgomery, T B Smith, Isabel A Milne, H H Monteath, A J Mackenzie Stuart, Andrew Dewar Gibb, David Maxwell, Hector McKechnie, David M Walker, A A M Duncan, C A Malcolm, Gordon Donaldson, Peter McIntyre, George S Pryde, W Croft Dickinson
  • Published 1958
  • Vol 10
  • The Register of Brieves and Thomas Thomson’s Memorial on Old Extent
  • The Register of Brieves, edited by the Rt Hon Lord Cooper, LLD, Lord Justice-Clerk; Thomas Thomson's Memorial on Old Extent, edited by J D Mackie, CBE, MC, MA, Professor of Scottish History and Literature in the University of Glasgow
  • Full titles: The Register of Brieves, 1286-1386, as contained in the Ayr MS, the Bute MS and the Quoniam Attachiamenta, Thomas Thomson's Memorial on Old Extent.
  • Published 1946
  • Vol 6
  • Lord Hermand’€™s Consistorial Decisions, 1684-1777
  • Edited by F P Walton LLD, KC (Quebec), Hon Fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford, formerly Director, Royal School of Law, Cairo, with biographical sketch of Lord Hermand by James Ferguson (with portrait)
  • Published 1940
  • Supp
  • Guide to the National Archives of Scotland, Scottish Record Office
  • Scottish Record Office with The Stair Society
  • The Guide to the National Archives of Scotland deals with the government of the pre-Union Kingdom (SP, PA, PC, E, C, PS, SIG) and with legal records, covering both the central courts (CS, JC, AC, TE, LC) and local courts (SC, CC, JP, RH11). The two public registers of private rights in Scotland, the register of sasines and the register of deeds, and the records of the Scottish Record Office itself are also included in this volume.
  • Published 1996
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