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TITLE
Bond of Caution from John Shaw and others for McDonell, 10 September 1750, p1
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB232_L_INV_HC_9_47III_01
DATE OF IMAGE
1750
PERIOD
1750s
SOURCE
Highland Archive Centre
ASSET ID
5783
KEYWORDS
court papers
court records
imprisonment
Bond of Caution from John Shaw and others for McDonell, 10 September 1750, p1

This is the content note of a Bond of Caution from John Shaw and others for Alexander McDonell and friends, dated 10 September 1750. Along with others, McDonell was accused of 'deforceing Parte of his Majesty's Forces and rescueing one John McIntosh from their hands, who they said was seized wearing Parte of the Highland Dress' and other crimes. However, McDonell had an alibi and the friends asked to be released on bail.


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Bond of Caution from John Shaw and others for McDonell, 10 September 1750, p1

1750s

court papers; court records; imprisonment

Highland Archive Centre

Inverness County Sheriff Court Records

This is the content note of a Bond of Caution from John Shaw and others for Alexander McDonell and friends, dated 10 September 1750. Along with others, McDonell was accused of 'deforceing Parte of his Majesty's Forces and rescueing one John McIntosh from their hands, who they said was seized wearing Parte of the Highland Dress' and other crimes. However, McDonell had an alibi and the friends asked to be released on bail. <br /> <br /> <br /> For further information about this item and the collection to which it belongs, please <a href="mailto: archives@highlifehighland.com">email</a> the Highland Archive Service