Trinity College and Trinity Hospital; A Historical Sketch Volume 2

Trinity College and Trinity Hospital; A Historical Sketch Volume 2

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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. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...legacies of that nature hes been vsuallie bestowit upon the Hospitall for reliefe of the said poore. For which caus the saidis Provest, Baillies, and Counsell hes, with consent of the ministre and severall sessiouris of the parocheris of this burgh, assigned the samen to the masters of the said hospitall in name thereof, and hes causit Sir William Dick of Braid, in whais handis the soume wes, give band to the saidis masteris for payment thairof at Whitsounday next." Thomas Spens's Mortification. Testament of Thomas Spens, baxter, burgess of Edinburgh. Commissary Records, Inter alia, --"I leave and ordane to be gevin to the poore of the hospitall 2latNov-1639of Edinburgh the sowme of xl, b-Scottis money." 4 8ooto Terms of Mortifications. Katherein Prestoun's Mortification. llth Dec. 1639. Council Records, vol. xv. f. 108. 100 morks. "The same day compeired William Cochrane, ane of the maisters of the Hospitall, and grantet him to have ressauit from Katherein Prestoun, spous to the deane of gild, the soume of ane hundreth merkis, left verballie in legacie be vmq1"" Elspeth Prestoun, his sister, to the poore of the Hospital." 18th Dec. 1689. Council Records, vol. xv. f. 109. 1000 merits. David Makcall's Mortification. "Thairfore, and in humble performance thairof, I be the tennour heirof, give, dott, and dispone the particular soumes of money respectiue efter following to be imployit vsit and disponit be the proveist, baillies, and counsall of Edinburgh, to the particular pious vses respectiue efter specifiet with consent of the persounes vnder naymit in maner vnderwrittin, viz..... Item, the soum of ane thousand merkis money foiresaid usual money of Scotland, to be imployit upone land or annualrent, for...show more

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  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 313g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236508947
  • 9781236508942