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The privileges of the royal burrows as contained in their particular rights, and the ancient laws and records of Parliament, and their general convention : wherein is considered the privileges of merchants, privileges of burghs, the privileges of the guild, the privilege of the four burghs in assisting the chamberlan air in falsing dooms, the first constitution of the convention, the laws by which they enjoy their privileges, the acts of their own convention which confirm their privileges granted by their kings and Parliament, the jurisdiction, and how far it is the interest of the royal burrows now to observe and maintain their privileges, by making such regulations as may tend to the advantage of all their trading society : with an appendix containing the privileges and jurisdictions of the cities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen /

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Main Author: Black, William, d. 1745.
Corporate Author: Making of the Modern World
Format: Online Book
Published: Edinburgh : Printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson ..., 1707.
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