`Decreit of nichtbourheid`, given by the Dean of Guild, Edinburgh, to Thomas Broun, merchant, against Alexander Ousteane, merchant tailor. Edit

Summary

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Ch.2050
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Dates

  • 1590. (Creation)

Extents

  • 0.00 linear metres (Whole)

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    A decreet had already been given in Thomas Broun`s favour against John Couper, tailor, in 1582, with regard to structural alterations made by Couper to a land in Dickson`s Close. The present decreet transfers the obligation imposed on Couper to Alexander Ousteane, the new proprietor of the land.

  • Bibliography

    Wood, Marguerite, `The Neighbourhood Book`, The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club, vol xxiii, 1940.

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