Colquhoun, Archibald Campbell-

Scope and Content

Drafts of letters and opinions of the Lord Advocate from 1807 to 1809.

Administrative / Biographical History

Archibald Campbell of Clathick took the additional family surname and arms of Colquhoun on his father's death in 1804, succeeding to the estate of Killermont. He was appointed Lord Advocate of Scotland in 1807, a post which he held until 1816. He died in 1820.

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