Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition and complaint of Peter Ramsay late baillie, and, as such, virtute officii, a constituent member of the Council of the Burgh of Pittenweem, for the present year; Andrew Wilson tide-waiter, late baillie, and, as such, virtute officii, also a constituent member of the said council for this year; John Brown Wright, one of last year's counsellors; Robert Dick Salt-watchman, elected one of the present counsellors of the said burgh, with concurrence of James Nairn shipmaster, and merchant-burgess of the said burgh; Colin Fowler baker, formerly a counsellor of the said burgh; and John Henderson merchant and burgess of that burgh

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Pittenweem (Scotland) Town Council
Format: eBook
Published: [Edinburgh] s.n 1765, [1765]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:As stated in the petition of Thomas Martin and others, councillors of Pittenweem, on 20 December 1765, "Peter Ramsay, Andrew Wilson, and others, as late or present members of the council, or burgesses of the borough of Pittenween [sic], have brought a process against the petitioners" on the late Michaelmas election of magistrates and councillors of Pittenweem. - Dated at head of the drop-head title: November 12, 1765. - English Short Title Catalog, T215101. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
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