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GD112Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments)1306-20th century
GD112/15Vouchers of Factors' Accounts1643-1797
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD112/15/82
Title Instructions of Glenorchy by Alexander Christie for 1700
Dates 1700
Access status Open
Location On site
Description Including:
6. Account of glasswork wrought by Alexander Ross, glazier in Glasgow, at Castle Culchurne, in 1701. Paid 15 April 1701.

18-19. Account of stones won by Donald McAghrasick, miller at Killin, for chapel of Finlarig in summer 1700. 9 November 1700.

20. Compt of work wrought by Andrew Christy and his man in summer 1700, 14 March 1701.

31. Letter from Breadalbane to Hugh Campbell, officer of Glenurchy. Finlarig, 31 May 1700.
Recipient is to bargain for 20 cows at 25 marks each and to make sure that they are not changed after they have been chosen; 'I have no whit bull to spare, its no mater what bull thes yong beasts get being ther first caillves ... I have sent Callum Dous son for his father - he deneys any knouledg of the thieff and hes undertaken to gett uitness but I belive him not. I uill have it out of him, he says he is to get a rich uiffe and that he will get cation for his good behaviour and that he poynded thes cous of Glennoe upon a decreet of McConichys'.

34. Letter from Breadalbane to Hugh Campbell, officer of Glenurchy. Taymouth, 7 March 1700.
Steelbow tack of Sronmilchan; 'I desyr yow to intimat to the tennents of Cassils or any other toun in the countrey except Tullich, that if they will accept of Jon McIntyr pyper to be ther nighbour or on set in by him, I shall allow to him & any he has ther tuentie four punds scots as his fie'.
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