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Contracts. Agreements.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents, enforceable by law, embodying agreements between two or more competent parties to do or not to do something, and specifying the terms and conditions of the agreement.

Found in 481 Collections and/or Records:

Contract, [ ] 1599, Humphrey Lundie and Robert Halket of Pitfirrane., 1599.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.6782
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The charter and legal material contained here is of importance as giving the continuous history of a landed family in Fife from the 13th to the 18th century. The Halkett family appear to have risen partly on the decline of the Lochores of Lochore. By 1431, the former are having transumpts made of charters of the early 13th century granted to the latter (Ch.6018-6019).

Dates: 1599.

Contract, [ ] 1605, John Halkheid, portioner of Gaitmilk, on the one part, and James Halkheid, his son, with consent of Sir Robert Halkheid of Pitfirran, knight, David Sibbald of Lethame, William Sibbald, his brother, and Patrick Halkheid of Lumphinnis, his curators, by which said James takes the burden of 1600 merks due to George Halkheid, burgess of Dysart, his father’s brother., 1605.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.6421
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The charter and legal material contained here is of importance as giving the continuous history of a landed family in Fife from the 13th to the 18th century. The Halkett family appear to have risen partly on the decline of the Lochores of Lochore. By 1431, the former are having transumpts made of charters of the early 13th century granted to the latter (Ch.6018-6019).

Dates: 1605.

Contract, advertisement, and cover proofs for Ian Rankin’s novel ‘Hide and Seek’., 1989-1997.

 File
Identifier: MS.50349
Scope and Contents

Contract, 1989, between Ian Rankin and Barrie [and] Jenkins Ltd, care of Curtis Brown Limited (agents), for novel 'Hide and Seek'. Folios 1-11.

Advertisement, 1991, for Ian Rankin's novel 'Hide [and] Seek' in the Barrie [and] Jenkins catalogue (Folio 14). Folios 12-29.

Cover proofs, 1997, of Ian Rankin's novel 'Hide [and] Seek'. Folios 30-32.

Dates: 1989-1997.

Contract, Alexander Orrock, portioner of Over Grange, and Euphame Arnot, his spouse, and George Lundie, minister of Dummany, and Katharine Loch, his spouse, in reference to the lease of the quarter of Over Grange set by said George Lundie to them., 30 September 1586.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.6298
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The charter and legal material contained here is of importance as giving the continuous history of a landed family in Fife from the 13th to the 18th century. The Halkett family appear to have risen partly on the decline of the Lochores of Lochore. By 1431, the former are having transumpts made of charters of the early 13th century granted to the latter (Ch.6018-6019).

Dates: 30 September 1586.

Contract, Alexander Orrock, son and heir of Alexander Orrock, portioner of Overgrange, and Laurence Balrame, fiar of that Ilk, by which the former dispones an annual-rent of seven bolls from the lands of Overgrange., 15 May 1600.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.6390
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The charter and legal material contained here is of importance as giving the continuous history of a landed family in Fife from the 13th to the 18th century. The Halkett family appear to have risen partly on the decline of the Lochores of Lochore. By 1431, the former are having transumpts made of charters of the early 13th century granted to the latter (Ch.6018-6019).

Dates: 15 May 1600.

Contract and specifications, between the Grand Junction Water Work Company and Charles Norton., 1811.

 File
Identifier: Ch.15433
Scope and Contents

Regarding making and erecting an iron roof on the engine house of the Grand Junction Water Work Company in Paddington.

Dates: 1811.

Contract between Adam Brand and John Dewar in Nether Kinnedder, his father-in-law, by which the former dispones the lands of Steillend., 3 February 1631.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.6524
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The charter and legal material contained here is of importance as giving the continuous history of a landed family in Fife from the 13th to the 18th century. The Halkett family appear to have risen partly on the decline of the Lochores of Lochore. By 1431, the former are having transumpts made of charters of the early 13th century granted to the latter (Ch.6018-6019).

Dates: 3 February 1631.

Contract between Alexander Bad, portioner of Scotstoun and John Ouchterlony of Nether Kella., 18 September 1563.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14989
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Some of the items in this series belong in other parts of the Saltoun collection, but their relationship was not discovered until after the arrangement had been finalised; others may have been acquired by various members of the family.

Dates: 18 September 1563.

Contract between Alexander Balbirny of Innerrichtie and Margaret Beton his wife, and James Finlason, burgess of Dundee and Isobel Wallace, his mother., 17 January 1595/1596.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.15011
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The first group (Ch.15011-15013) concerns the family of the first wife of Robert Fletcher of Innerpeffer, the second group (Ch.15014-15022) concerns Thomas Finlason, printer, Edinburgh, and his daughter Janet.

Dates: 17 January 1595/1596.

Contract between Alexander, Earl of Galloway, Sir William Cunningham of Caprington and James, Lord Ochiltree and Mr William Forbes of Craigievar concerning Saltoun., 7 January, 10 April 1624.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13511
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

William Forbes of Many, afterwards of Craigievar, and his son Sir William, succeeded in acquiring all rights to Saltoun, which was ultimately sold, after being held briefly by Sir William Gray of Pittendrum and various relations of Forbes, to Sir Andrew Fletcher of Innerpeffer.

Dates: 7 January, 10 April 1624.

Contract between Alexander Forbes of Foveran and Alexander Forbes., 1743.

 File
Identifier: Acc.13827/202
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers cover six centuries worth of family and estate papers of the Forbes, the Stuart Forbes, and the Trefusis families. Alexander de Forbes (c.1380-1448) was created the 1st Lord Forbes around 1440, the Lords Forbes of Pitsligo were descended from Sir William Forbes, brother of Alexander. The title was created in 1633 for Alexander Forbes (d.1636). His descendant Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo (1678-1762) forfeited his estates following his support for the Jacobites in...
Dates: 1743.

Contract between Alexander Guthrie of Guthrie and James Guthrie, mariner, burgess of Dundee [his son] and Margaret Williamson his wife, concerning Hilton of Guthrie., 8 September 1582.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14181
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The earlier documents relate mainly to Guthrie of Petmowis and the lands of Stotfaulds and others in Monikie, the later to Guthrie of Guthrie and the lands of Hilton and Langlands of Guthrie, which were acquired by Lindsay of Balgays in 1603. There are also documents concerning the Collegiate Church of Guthrie (of which Guthrie of Guthrie was patron) and Innerpeffer (sold to Robert Fletcher in 1596).

Dates: 8 September 1582.

Contract between Alexander Guthrie of that ilk and Alexander Lyndsay of Moneky and Patrick his son concerning the provostry of Guthrie and prebendary of Hilton and Langlands., 20 July 1584.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14187
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The earlier documents relate mainly to Guthrie of Petmowis and the lands of Stotfaulds and others in Monikie, the later to Guthrie of Guthrie and the lands of Hilton and Langlands of Guthrie, which were acquired by Lindsay of Balgays in 1603. There are also documents concerning the Collegiate Church of Guthrie (of which Guthrie of Guthrie was patron) and Innerpeffer (sold to Robert Fletcher in 1596).

Dates: 20 July 1584.

Contract between Alexander, Lord Fenton and Sir George Erskine of Innerheill S.C.J., commissioners for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and James Carnegie of Balmachie concerning the teinds of Balbenie and Balglessie., 28 September 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14360
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 28 September 1625.

Contract between Alexander, Lord Fentoun, commissioner for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and George Campbell of Carsgownie concerning the teinds of Carsgownie., 12, 15 October 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14361
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 12, 15 October 1625.

Contract between Alexander, Lord Fentoun, commissioner for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and John Bellie, elder, in Balderdie concerning the teinds of Aberlemno., 15, 18 October 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14362
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 15, 18 October 1625.

Contract between Alexander, Lord Fentoun, commissioner for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and John Lewingtoun, brother of the laird of Saltcoats, concerning Balgayis etc., October 1626.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14365
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: October 1626.