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Petition and Complaint

Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, the Petition and Complaint of Robert Main, Deacon of the Corporation of Weavers in the Borough of Kinghorn

28 Nov 1788
Replies

Replies for Robert Main,, Deacon of the Incorporation of Weavers in Kinghorn, Complainer; to the Answers for Thomas High, pretending to be Deacon of the said Incorporation

4 Jul 1789
Note of Decisions

Note of the Decisions, Respecting the right of those holding Offices in a Borough, under the Magistrates and Town-Council thereof, to vote in the Annual Elections of these Boroughs

1 Aug 1789
Petition and Complaint

Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, The Petition and Complaint of James Donaldson baker in Kinghorn, elected Deacon of the incorporation of bakers of that borough on the 26th September 1788; John Robertson, late bailie, and one of the present counsellors thereof; Alexander Malcolm, late bailie; Robert Forrester, James Garland, Walter Demperstone, James Rolland, and James Robertson, late counsellors of the said borough; Alexander Russel, late Deacon of the Hammermen; William Lawson, late Deacon of the Shoemakers; Mathew Lamb, present Deacon of the Hammermen; and James Balmain, present Deacon of the Shoemakers of the said borough of Kinghorn; all of them constituent members of the meeting of the old and new council of Kinghorn, held for the purpose of electing a Provost and Bailies of the said borough, on the 1st day of October last; and of Robert Main, who claimed to be Deacon of the corporation of Weavers; and John Lamb, who claimed to be Deacon of the corporation of Taylors, at said meeting

28 Nov 1788
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of James Donaldson Baker in Kinghorn, elected Deacon of the incorporation of Bakers of that Borough on the 26th September 1788; John Robertson, late Bailie, and one of the present Counsellors thereof; Alexander Malcolm, late Bailie; Robert Forrester, James Garland, Walter Demperstone, James Rolland, and James Robertson, late Counsellors of the said Borough; Alexander Russel, late Deacon of the Hammermen; William Lawson, late Deacon of the Shoemakers; Mathew Lamb, present Deacon of the Hammermen; and James Balmain, present Deacon of the Shoemakers of the said borough of Kinghorn; all of them constituent Members of the Meeting of the old and new Council of Kinghorn, held for the purpose of electing a Provost and Bailies of the said Borough, on the 1st day of October last; and of Robert Main, now declared by your Lordships to be Deacon of the Incorporation of Weavers; and John Lamb, who claimed to be Deacon of the Incorporation of Taylors, at said Meeting

10 Aug 1789
Answers

Answers for John Robertson and Alexander Malcolm, late Bailies of the borough of Kinghorn, Robert Forrester, James Garland, Walter Demperston, James Rolland, and James Robertson, late Counsellors of said borough, Alexander Russel, late Deacon of the Hammermen, and William Lawson, late Deacon of the Shoemakers of the said borough; to the Petition and Complaint of John Lamb, Deacon of the Corporations of Taylors of the said borough.

29 Jan 1789

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