Account of the Institution and Progress of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland

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General Books LLC, 2009 - 178 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1782 Excerpt: ... By Roger Robertson of Ladykirk, Esq; 1782. Oct. 1. 355. A s1lver coin os the present King of Spain, dated 177R; on one side, the King's bust. in profile; on the other, the Spanish arms between two pillars. 356. A shilling. os King George I. of the South Sea Company's silver, dated 1723. 357. The following deeds and papers, viz. 1st, Commission under the great seal of Scotland, constituting Sir William Ballenden Knight Lord Treasurer Depute for Scotland, dated the 1st ofMarch 1661; 2d, Commission under the privy seal, appointing William Master of Ramsay a cornet in Lieutenant General Drummond's regiment of horse, dated the jst of January 1667; 3d, the Earl of Argyle's speech before the justiciary court, the 12th of December 1681, relating to his explanation of the test; 4th, burgess ticket from the town of Hamilton to David Crawford, servant to the Duke of Hamilton, dated the 18th of November 1682; 5th, propositions, in order to an contract of marriage, betwixt James Earl of Panmure and Lady Margaret Hamilton, 17th November 1686; 6th, Journal of the proceedings of the privy-council of Scotland, the 15th of November 1689; 7th, letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Buchan to the Duke of Hamilton and the privy-council of Scotland, with the articles of the capitulation of Fedderit, 1690; 8th, burial letter, dated at Hamilton, the 21st of June 1690, inviting to the funeral of the Countess of Arran, and s1gned ' Hamilton? 9th, minutes ofthe parliament of Scotland the 1st of July 1690; 1bth, minutes of the fame parliament, 3d cf July that year; 1 1th, minutes of the fame parliament, the seventh of July that year; 12th, copy of a warrant under the privy seal of Scotland, for a patent, creating William Baillie of Lamington a peer of parliament, by. the title of Lord Lamingt...

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