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by William Baillie Polkemmet

eBook Information for Mr. William Baillie, advocate. epub
  • ISBN: 1171381107
  • Author: William Baillie Polkemmet
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Legal History
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (July 23, 2010)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1880 kb
  • FB2 size 1600 kb
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William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet (1736- 14 March 1816) was a Scottish law lord.

William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet (1736- 14 March 1816) was a Scottish law lord. Her Majesty's Advocate, known as the Lord Advocate, is the chief legal officer of the Scottish Government and the Crown in Scotland for both civil and criminal matters that fall within the devolved powers of the Scottish Parliament. He or she is the chief public prosecutor for Scotland and all prosecutions on indictment are conducted by the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, nominally in the Lord Advocate's name.

William Baillie may refer to: W. D. H. Baillie (1827–1922), New Zealand politician. William Baillie, Lord Provand (died 1593), Scottish judge. William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet (1736–1816), Scottish judge. William Baillie (soldier) (died 1653), Scottish professional soldier. William Baillie (engraver) (1723–1810), Irish artist. William Baillie (artist) (1752/3–1799), British artist, active in Calcutta. William Baillie (East India Company officer) (died 1782), British lieutenant-colonel.

William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet was the son of Thomas Baillie of Polkemmet and Isabel Walker. 1 He was admitted to an Advocate in 1758. 1 He was styled as Lord Polkemmet. 1 He married, firstly, Margaret Colquhoun, daughter of Sir James Colquhoun of Luss, 1st Bt. and Helen Sutherland, on 3 December 1768. 1 He married, secondly, Janet Sinclair, daughter of George Sinclair of Ulbster and Janet Sutherland, on 15 April 1803. 1 He died on 14 March. 1 He was styled as Lord Polkemmet on 14 November 1793. 1 He held the office of Lord of Session between 14 November 1793 and 1811.

William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet was a Scottish law lord.

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William Baillie, Lord Polkemmet (1736-1816) was a Scottish law lord. Baillie was the eldest son of Thomas Baillie of Polkemmet WS (died 1785), and Isabel Walker (died 1777). He was admitted advocate 1758, judge 1793, resigned 1811. His Edinburgh address was 62 George Street. He died 14 March 1816. He was admitted advocate 1758, judge 1793, resigned 1811 He died 14 March 1816.

This Sir William Baillie of Hoprig and Lamington had two sons, William . BAILLIE of Polkemmet, originally Paukommot, the name of an ancient family in Linlithgowshire.

This Sir William Baillie of Hoprig and Lamington had two sons, William his heir, and Alexander, who, according to Baillie of Castlecarry, was the first of the family of Carphin. From him descended also, besides the Baillies of Parbroth, the Baillies of Park, Jerviston, Dunrogal, Carnbroe, Castle-carry, and Provand. Mr. Maxwell, who assumed the name of Baillie, grandson and heir of entail of the laird of Lamington, succeeded to the estate on the death of Sir William Baillie, and was knighted by James the Sixth.

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