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GD209Papers of Dr David Murray and Miss Sylvia Murray1404-1882
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD209/21
Title Legal and miscellaneous papers
Dates 1454-1839
Access status Open
Location Off site
Description Including:
Decreet arbitral in action between John Symyntoun of that ilk and William Baillie of Bagbie, relating to lands of Lokertoun, 21 Nov. 1575.
Commission by David, earl of Wemyss, vice admiral of Scotland, appointing Sir James Hall of Dunglass, as his depute from the mouth of Palmertoun Syke on the west to the mouth of Foulbank Burn on the east, 17 Mar. 1709.

Indenture (English form) between John Davis, of Antigua, planter, and James Matthew Hodges of Antigua, practitioner of physic, whereby said John sells to said James for £40 a negro boy slave named Benjamin, 12 Nov. 1833.

Precept by John Stewart, canon of Glasgow, for induction of Thomas Hendersone, chaplain, diocese of Glasgow, to parish church of Luss, 22 Dec. 1550. Seal, damaged, on tag.

Process narrating papal bull of Sixtus IV, 15 Kal. July 1475, presenting George Broune, priest, diocese of Brechin, Master of Arts, to parish church of Auldcathy, St Andrews diocese, 31 July 1475. Seal gone.

Letters by Walter Stewart, canon of Glasgow and Aberdeen, addressed to Walter Stewart, archdean of Dunblane, and John Athilmer provost of St Salvator's, masters of arts, narrating apostolic letters by Pope Nicholas V, on complaint by William, prior of St Andrews, relating to action concerning teinds of two fermlands (duarum villarum campestrium), viz. Athirny and Mathrysse in parish of Scuny, diocese of St Andrews, at instance of said William and convent, against Mary, prioress of Northberwick, and sisters thereof, appointing as subdelegate sir John Scheves, canon of Glasgow and Aberdeen, official principal of St. Andrews, doctor in decreets, 10 April 1454.
Witnesses: Mr Thomas Logy, licentiate in theology, Mr George Abirnethy, canon of Glasgow, Mr John Sevas, and Mr John Bonare, masters of arts, and notaries.
Notary: David Kay, priest, St Andrews diocese.
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