Go to main website Catalogue search - Internet
Friday 24 September 2021 00:11
 
 
 
Search results overview  sorted by reference.
Simple search for catalogue records where reference number starts SP13/7, including undated records
Jump to:   AllABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
< previous | Records 1 to 10 of 11 | next > | Explain Access status
ReferenceTitleDateAccess status
SP13/7 'The Declaration of Arbroath' 6 Apr 1320 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
SP13/70 Letter from King Henry II of France to the Queen Dowager: had charged the bearer Mandosse to say how eagerly the King expected her arrival in France. At St Germain. Signed. 4 Sep 1550 This record is Open.
SP13/71 Letter from Mary, Queen of Scots, to her mother, Marie de Guise, the Queen Dowager, commending M de Breize [Arthus de Maillé-Brézé], sent from the King of France to the Queen Dowager with news. Holograph. (In French) [c 1550] Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
SP13/72 Papers (4) in the action at the instance of Jacques Pichon, merchant in Cognac, against John Davidson, Scotsman, for seizure of 57 tuns of wine on board the ship 'Marie' of Rochelle. 1550-1551 This record is Open.
SP13/73 Examinations and depositions made at Nantes for Julian Poulane and others, French merchants, against Robert Allane, skipper, Alexander Guthre, David Forestare and Andrew Robertson of the ship called the 'Greyhound', for seizure of their goods. 17 Aug 1551 This record is Open.
SP13/74 Bond of manrent by Mr James Mcgill, burgess of Edinburgh, to the Queen Dowager, she having granted him a pension of £100 yearly, promising to undertake all actions by or against her before the Lords of Council. At Edinburgh. Signed. Seal applied. 11 Feb 1551-1552 This record is Open.
SP13/75 Instrument of protest by James Dundas of Newlistoun, James Dundas, younger, his son, and Duncan Dundas, brother german of said James, elder, appearing in presence of James, Duke of Chattelarault Earl of Arran, Governor of Scotland, and John, Archbishop of St Andrews, conform to the tenor of a decreet arbitral by said Duke and Archbishop requiring them to attend at the market cross of Linlythgw in 'lyning clathis' and there, on their knees, to offer a naked sword by the hilt to John, Mathew and Thomas Steuart, brothers of deceased James Steuart of Craigyhall in sign of penitence for the slaughter of said James Steuart, and protesting at the non-appearance of said John, Mathew and Thomas. At lodging of said Governor in Linlythgw. Witnesses: Mr Robert Colwing, abbot of Colross; Sir William Hamiltoun of Machling, kt,; Sir John Hamiltoun of Prestoun, kt and Robert Hamiltoun of Brigis. Notary public: Ninian Winzet. 9 Apr 1553 This record is Open.
SP13/76 Letter from the Queen Dowager to the Justice Clerk, on the non-arrival of Timothy with the money for the Frenchmen, and asking him to advise with M d'Oysel and the Earl of Cassillis what money could be raised to support the French. At Linlythgw. Signed. With postscript in holograph of the Queen Dowager. 15 Feb 1554-1555 This record is Open.
SP13/77 Copy letter from King Christian III of Denmark to the Queen Dowager regarding the suppression of piracy round his shores. At Copenhagen. 12 Jul 1555 This record is Open.
SP13/78 Bond of manrent by James, Earl of Mortoun, to the Queen Dowager and Mary, Queen of Scots. At Edinburgh. Signed. Seal applied. 15 Nov 1557 This record is Open.

< previous

| |

next >

  Click on a reference number to see details
 
  Refine Search
 
 

National Records of Scotland, H.M. General Register House, 2 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3YY; tel +44 (0) 131 535 1314; email: historical_enquiries@nrscotland.gov.uk