Petition of James Innes and others, creditors of Charles Innes, against Lord Henderland's interlocutor. Chas. Livingston, agent. Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session: the petition of James Innes, one of the tellers of the Royal Bank of Scotland; David Innes, lieutenant in the late 80th regiment of foot; Thomas Carmichael, merchant in Edinburgh; Messrs. Smith, Harris, and Venning, merchants in London; the trustees for the deceased Henry Skelton, merchant in Leeds; James Dinwiddie, merchant in Manchester; Robert Dewar, glazier in Edinburgh; Arthu Giles, wright in Edinburgh; Mrs. [blank] Mackenzie, relict of the deceased James Mackenzie, goldsmith in Edinburgh; John Christie, of Stanmore, in the county of Tyron [sic], Ireland; Messrs. Reddall, Simpson, and Haycock, of Stonehouse, in the county of Gloucester, clothiers; and John Neall and Son, merchants in Edinburgh, all creditors of the deceased Charles Innes, merchant in Edinburgh.
- Innes, James, teller of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
From 'The Oxford Medicine... by various authors ed H A Christian and Sir James Mackenzie Vol VI (1921) Diseases of the Central Nervous System: Chapter XXIX: The Vegetative Nervous System by Grainger Stewart
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