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Depositions of John Callander`s witnesses in the Declarators of Recognition relating to the rental of Craigforth and of Buquhaple., 6 July 1688.
Inventory of the goods belonging to John Douglas in [? Ra:herney], taken away by Alexander Menzies in Buchanty and others from the lands of Drumchurne in the parish of Ochtergavin (Auchtergaven) belonging to Lord Nairne. Signed by John Douglas., 1694.
Memorandum of agreement between Dr Thomas Chalmers and William Pickering, bookseller, for the publication of his treatise, `On the adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of Man`, in Pickering`s autograph., 1832.
Transcript of an instrument of resignation and sasine in favour of Edmund Hay, Advocate, in respect of three merchant booths, in the northern part of the High Street, Edinburgh; Alexander Guthrie, Notary, Town Clerk of Edinburgh. Seal of cause of the burgh of Edinburgh (broken)., 10 February 1583.
Eighteenth century copy of the sub-tack of the teinds of Mashockmiln and Catcraig by Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood, with the consent of his brother, Edward Maxwell, tacksman of the said teinds, to James, son of William Forrest of Mashockmiln, Mauldslie and Nethanfoot., 13 and 15 December 1631.
Ratification by Edward Maxwell, eldest son of the late Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood, in favour of his brother, Alexander Maxwell of Mauldslie (afterwards Sir Alexander, of Saughtonhall), of the contract of alienation, etc, made between Sir James Maxwell, now of Calderwood, his brother, and the said Alexander Maxwell., 1644.
Assignation by Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood to Alexander Maxwell of Mauldslie, his brother, of the ratification made by Captain John Maxwell, his brother, Hamilton., 2 April 1647.
Assignation by Alexander Maxwell of Mauldslie, of an action relating to the teinds of Mauldslie before the Commissary of Lanark, to Arthur Erskine of Scotscraig (son of the Earl of Mar), who has bought the lands of the barony of Mauldslie from the said Alexander, Mauldslie., 23 September 1647.
Disposition by John Erskine of Scotscraig, with consent of his mother, Dame Margaret Buchanan, of the lands of the barony of Mauldslie to Sir Charles Erskine, Knight, of Alva for himself and in behalf of David Lord Cardross, they being cautioners for certain debts due by the late Arthur Erskine of Scotscraig, Scotscraig., 15 July 1652.
Ratification by Mr John Maxwell (afterwards 3rd Bart), son and heir of Captain John Maxwell in favour of Charles Erskine (afterwards 1st Bart) of Alva, of the contract between Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood and Alexander Maxwell (Ch.24), with the disposition made by the said Alexander Maxwell to Arthur Erskine of Scotscraig and his wife in liferent and John Erskine, their son, in fee, of the barony of Mauldslie and the lands of Brownlie, Edinburgh., 1 February 1665.