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Type: Archival Object
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Piobaireachd. Great Highland Bagpipe music.
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Ottoman Empire. World - Ottoman Empire . Former nation/state/empire.
Turkey. Asia. Nation. Longitude: 35.0000. Latitude: 39.0000.
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Spain. Europe. Nation. Longitude: -4.0000. Latitude: 40.0000.
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Canntaireachd. Tablature (Musical notations).
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Papers consisting of copies of correspondence, statements, transcripts of documents, and printed legal papers, arranged apparently in a chronological sequence, concerning the competing claims of Reginald George Macdonald of Castletirrim and Alexander Ronaldson MacDonell of Glengarry as Chief of Macdonald., 1822-1824, and undated.
Small quantity of letters, 1830-1831, and papers, undated, consisting mainly of records of searches concerning persons named Mill, and a few papers, 1854, and undated, consisting largely of transcripts of public records, concerning members of families named Dunbar., 1830-1854, and undated.
Small miscellany of legal papers, arranged as far as possible in a single chronological sequence., 16th century-17th century.
Small collection (probably incomplete) of formal papers, 1606, 1612-1613, 1643, chiefly relating to the dispute between William, son of the 8th Lord Crichton of Sanquhar, and William Crichton of Ryhill (who succeeded as 9th Lord), and to other members of the family (folios 1-9), and two unrelated lists of books, undated (folios 10-12)., 1606, 1612-1613, 1643, and undated.
Collection of 19 formal documents (mostly financial), relating to the will of the deceased John Moresone, merchant, burgess of Edinburgh., 1615-1628, and undated.
Volume inscribed at folio i `A Collection of several Royal [and other] Charters, chiefly relating to Families in the West Country, copied from the Publick Archives from the time of Rob. Bruce to anno 1537`, made by an unidentified compiler some time during the first half of the 18th century., 14th century-1537.
Copy, 1812, presumably by John Riddell, of a transcript in the possession of Thomas Thomson of the 18th-century inventory of the charters of Coldingham Priory preserved at Durham., 18th century.
Miscellany of papers consisting largely of formal documents, with a few letters., 1536-1740.
Miscellaneous collection of papers, consisting of a small quantity of formal documents mostly of 18th century provenance (folios 1-14), notes, transcripts and extracts by John Riddell (folios 15-97), and printed legal and other papers, 18th century-19th century (folios 98-178)., 18th century-19th century.
Inventory, compiled 19 Aug 1712, of writs belonging to Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, received by Ronald Campbell, Writer to the Signet, 31 December 1712 (folio 1), together with a printed Petition for Colonel John Erskin of Carnock against John Corss, 21 Feb 1709 (folio 29) and printed Answers for John Corss, Writer in Edinburgh [to the foregoing 1709] (folio 31)., 1709, 1712.