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  • * British History Online *

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    XCIV, Charter of James VI granting the Tenandry of Rattonraw to the Burgh (1613)

    foresaid lands, tenements, yards, barnyards, and others particularly and generally above recited, with the pertinents, in one tenandry, to be called the Tenandry of Rattounraw, now, as aforesaid, incorporated and annexed to the said burgh, to remain inseparable in every

    Historical preface, 1609-15

    college and the crafts' hospital used and wont. The lands and others were, moreover, incorporated into one tenandry, to be called the "Tenandry of Rattounraw," and were united to the burgh. 98 The application by the town council to the

    Index, M-Z

    Henry, duke of, 200, a 47. Rottenrow (Rattounraw), 524, 28, 32, 38, 341, 627, a 7, a 41, a 43; tenandry of, 275. port, 195, 235 6, 275, 625, 627. Rotterdam , 50. Rouen (Rowen), 211, 382. Roundcroft , 250,

    Abstracts of further charters and documents, 1547-1638

    and the Crafts Hospital used and wont; and he incorporated the said lands and others into one tenandry, to be called the Tenandry of Rattonraw, and united the same to the burgh. Edinburgh, 21 December 1613. MS. Registrum Magni Sigilli,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ttrian Church of Bridth~pewray, and mirister and elders of: rthe Kirk Session of the parish efTorgandenny, county LtPerth, and of Tenandry, Perth ; Mr. BOOK~ERs BLAXIBOEOE, 2r. from the t wa of Hiss and the parishes of Intire and Ted- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN ABERDEENSHIRE FARMER ROBBED IN PERTH. On Thursday night an Aberdeenshire farmer, who bad come to Perth that day to dispose of a flock of sheep at Messrs Macdonald, Fraser, tt Co.'s special sale, was robbed of his watch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIR DONALD CURRIE, M.P., AXD TLIK , GOVERNMENT GRANT TO ROAD BOARD The following correspondence has taken place : frieff, IJth.li-.n.-, l«_»i. Sir Donald Cunie. M. I*. for Wast |.rt___iie, llou-o ol' -oiiir-.ou-, l.uuit'.ii. Sir,- l am treasurer t.> Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EASTERN WAPu ATTACKS ON WEI-HAI-WEI. A Times Shanghai telegram savs : -Chinese official accounts state that on tho '2t',th inst. the Japanese twice delivered attacks on the west side of A\ ei-Hai-Wei, supported by the fire of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE RUSH FOP. Kl.' N " From a letter reeei.rd fr engaged in farming mt Manitoba to friends in X**- Klondy.e has not vet _ • farmer* have let thw holding" " are makine* arrangerm-m*. fot ■ - • Subscribers-only content

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