A Letter from a Gentleman at Edinburgh, to a Member of the House of Commons at London: Concerning the Proceedings of the Commissioners and Trustees for the Forfeitures in Scotland, Touching the Sale of the Estate of James (late) Earl of Panmure, Volume 1
printed in the year, 1720 - 27 pages
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Act of Parliament Advertisements Alexander Ramsay Notary anent the Penalty Articles and Rules Articles of Auction Auction anent Baronies Benjamin Allan Bidder cels Clerk to allow Commissioners and Trustees Court of Delegates David Maule Earl of Panmure Effect was tdoi expos'd in Course fign'd fold Forfeited Estates going to sign Hacket highest Offerer hundred and nineteen hundred Pounds Sterling James Gordon James late Earl James Maule Writer John Hodge King's Reign respective laid Roup last mentioned Offer last Offer exceeded length make Offer Maule did offer Maule to sign Maule was going missioners and Trustees neither1 pointed Notary Publick Notary Publick,and Witnesses offer One hundred offer'd Two hundred openly in Court Premisses Presence Publick,and Witnesses subscrib Reign respective aforesaid reserved Power Roup and Sale Scotland separately expos'd sioners and Trustees Sixth Tear Sovereign Lord GEORGE think himself obliged thousand seven hundred thousand/even Transcript or Extract whole Estate Wicker Writer in Edinburgh