Not to be confused with William Watson, Baron Thankerton William Watson, Baron Watson, PC (25 August 1827 – 14 September 1899) was a Scottish lawyer and Conservative Party politician. He was Lord Advocate, the most senior Law Officer in Scotland, from 1876 to 1880, and was then appointed a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary.

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  • William Watson, Baron Watson PC (* 25. August 1827 (nach anderen Quellen: 1828) in , Lanarkshire; † 14. September 1899) war ein schottisch-britischer Politiker der Conservative Party und Jurist, der einige Jahre Abgeordneter im House of Commons sowie zuletzt als Lord of Appeal in Ordinary aufgrund des Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876 als Life Peer auch Mitglied des House of Lords war. (de)
  • Not to be confused with William Watson, Baron Thankerton William Watson, Baron Watson, PC (25 August 1827 – 14 September 1899) was a Scottish lawyer and Conservative Party politician. He was Lord Advocate, the most senior Law Officer in Scotland, from 1876 to 1880, and was then appointed a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. (en)
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  • William Watson, Baron Watson PC (* 25. August 1827 (nach anderen Quellen: 1828) in , Lanarkshire; † 14. September 1899) war ein schottisch-britischer Politiker der Conservative Party und Jurist, der einige Jahre Abgeordneter im House of Commons sowie zuletzt als Lord of Appeal in Ordinary aufgrund des Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876 als Life Peer auch Mitglied des House of Lords war. (de)
  • Not to be confused with William Watson, Baron Thankerton William Watson, Baron Watson, PC (25 August 1827 – 14 September 1899) was a Scottish lawyer and Conservative Party politician. He was Lord Advocate, the most senior Law Officer in Scotland, from 1876 to 1880, and was then appointed a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. (en)
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