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guilds

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Certificates, Diplomas etc of Principal William Robertson

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-71
Scope and Contents 1. King's College and University, Aberdeen. Award of the degree of Doctor of Divinity to W.R. 3 July 1764. Signed by the following professors: John Chalmers, John Lumsden, John Gregory, Alexander Burnet, Thomas Gordon, Thomas Reid, John Leslie, George Gordon. Vellum, approx. 60 cms x 68 cms, with small wax seal in metal box attached. 2. Edinburgh, Town Council. Commission of W.R. as Principal of the University of Edinburgh. 11 November 1762. Signed by George Drummond,...

Document creating Archibald Denham a burgess and gildbrother of Edinburgh, 8 July 1733

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Scope and Contents Document creating Archibald Denham a burgess and gildbrother of Edinburgh, dated 8 July 1733. Written on vellum.

Document creating Sir David Stewart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Glasgow, 16 October 1708

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Scope and Contents Document creating Sir David Stewart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Glasgow, dated 16 October 1708. Written on vellum.

Document creating Sir Thomas Stewart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Glasgow, 11 March 1695

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Scope and Contents Document creating Sir Thomas Stewart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Glasgow, dated 11 March 1695. Written on vellum.

Document creating Thomas Steuart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Edinburgh, 19 February 1690

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Scope and Contents Document creating Thomas Steuart of Coltness a burgess and gildbrother of Edinburgh, dated 19 February 1690. Written on vellum.

Papers of the Cochrane Family

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1837
Content Description Collection of six ornately decorated 18th-century manuscript documents relating to the Cochrane family of Scotland, including two marriage documents and four burgess tickets: Two documents relating to the marriage of William Cochrane and Agnes Carse, both dated 19 July 1706, Edinburgh: a marriage contract, listing over 400 points on which they pledged agreement, measuring 30 cm x 274 cm ; and a marriage...