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CHARTER BY KING ROBERT II IN FAVOUR OF THE BURGESSES AND COMMUNITY OF THE BURGH OF HADYNGTOUNE OF SAID BURGH AND PERTINENTS INCLUDING THE HARBOUR WITH ALL LIBERTIES ETC. IN FEU-FARM
Charter in Latin on vellum. Appended seal. Approximately a third of original remains.
Document in Latin which mentions Archibald Dowglas, James Dowglas and Walter Halyburton (1388)
CHARTER BY KING ROBERT II IN FAVOUR OF THE BURGESSES AND COMMUNITY OF HADYNGTOUNE OF SAID BURGH ETC. IN FEU-FARM, WITH THE MEADOW NEXT TO SAID BURGH CALLED THE ROYAL MEADOW
Two documents. Original charter in Latin on vellum has seal tag but no evidence of the seal remains. Other document is a copy of the charter on paper
CHARTER UNDER THE GREAT SEAL BY KING JAMES II TO THE MERCHANTS, BURGESSES AND COMMUNITY OF HADINGTOUNE OF `SKADDYING AND SCHEIRLING’ [CUSTOM OF SKINS AND WOOL]
Charter in Latin on vellum. Appended great seal of James II. Approximately a third of the seal remains.
Confirmation document in Latin on paper (watermark present). Notary mark of Alexander Sympso...
CHANCERY PRECEPT WHEREBY KING JAMES III CONFIRMED DECREET, 4 MARCH 1475/6, BY THE LORDS OF COUNCIL IN FAVOUR OF THE BAILIES AND COMMUNITY OF HADINGTOUNE AGAINST DAVID HEPBURNE OF WAUCHTOUN RELATING TO DISPUTES OVER THE CARTING AND CARRYING OF GOODS TO THE HAVEN OF THE MOUTH OF PEFFRE BY THE INHABITANTS OF SAID BURGH AND THE EXACTION OF ANCHORAGE DUES AT SAID HAVEN BY THE LAIRD OF WAUCHTOUN
Dicument is in Latin on vellum
A section of ditch and traces of rig were recorded during a watching brief during groundworks for the new Edinburgh Drinking Water pipeline. Finds from the ditch included 18th to 19th century eart...
CHARTER BY KING ROBERT I [ ROBERT THE BRUCE ] TO THE BURGH AND BURGESSES OF HADINGTOUN [HADDINGTON] OF THEIR RIGHTS, LIBERTIES, PRIVILEGES, ETC.
With the Charter is also: 1. an undated transcript of the charter 2. A further transcript of the charter along with transcrips for HAD/1/4 and HAD/1/6 and 3. Photostat copies of the three charters