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THE EARL OF ABERDEEN, K. T.
THE DUKE OF RICHMOND, K.G.
THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND, K.G.
THE EARL OF MORAY, K.T.
THE EARL OF SEAFIELD.
THE VISCOUNT ARBUTHNOTT.
THE LORD Provost of the City OF ABERDEEN.
John Angus, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, CLERK OF THE CITY OF ABERDEEN.
John Hill BURTON, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, EDINBURGH.
CHARLES CHALMERS, OF MONKSHILL, ESQUIRE.
PATRICK CHALMERS, OF AULDBAR, ESQUIRE.
The LORD JUSTICE CLERK OF SCOTLAND.
Sir William G. Gordon CUMMING, OF ALTYRE AND GORDONSTONE, BARONET.
John DUNN, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, ABERDEEN.
THE EARL OF ELLESMERE.
JAMES Ewing, LL.D., OF STRATHLEVEN, ESQUIRE.
THE LORD FORBES.
JAMES GILES, ESQUIRE, R.S.A., ABERDEEN.
Sir John GLADSTONE, OF FASQUE AND Balfour, BARONET.
John GORDON, OF CAIRNBULG, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE.
UUilliam Gordon, of Fyvie, esquire.
Sir John MacPherson Grant, oF BALLINDALLOCH AND INVERESHIE, BARONET.
GEORGE GRUB, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, ABERDEEN.
Cosmo INNES, A.B., ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, SHERIFF OF MURRAY, PROFESSOR OP
HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH.
ALEXANDER Forbes IRVINE, THE YOUNGER OF DRUM, ESQUIRE, Advocate.
The Right REVEREND JAMES KYLE, D.D. PRESHOME.
The LORD LINDSAY.
James Loch, or Kirtomy, ESQUIRE,
Henry LUMSDEN, OF AUCHINDOIR, ESQUIRE.
The ReverEND JAMES Melvin, LL.D., Rector of the GRAMMAR School OF THE
CITY OF ABERDEEN.
Joseph ROBERTSON, ESQUIRE, Glasgow.
ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQUIRE, M.P., HER MAJESTY's AdvocaTE FOR SCOTLAND.
HERCULES Scott, A.M., PROFESSOR OF Moral PhilosoPHY IN THE King's
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN.
The LORD SALTOUN, K.C.B.
The Right REVEREND William SKINNER, D.D., ABERDEEN,
John Smith, LL.D., OF CRUTHERLAND, ESQUIRE.
ALEXANDER Thomson, or BANCHORY, ESQUIRE.
John STUART, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, ABERDEEN.
John BLAIKIE, ESQUIRE, Advocate, ABERDEEN.
John LigerTWOOD, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, ABERDEEN.
Arthur THOMSON, ESQUIRE, BANKER, ABERDEEN.
John FLEMING, ESQUIRE, ADVOCATE, ABERDEEN.
David WYLLIE, ESQUIRE, BANKER, ABERDEEN.
Description of the parish of Coldstane and Logie, A.D. 1725.......
Notes of a sculptured stone, of certain cairns, a moat, and an ancient causeway,....
Charter by Isabel of Douglas lady of Mar and The Garioch, granting the patronage
and advowson of the church of Codilstan in Cra Marr, to the abbey of S. Mary of
Lundores, A.D. 1402.
Charter by King David II., confirming a grant by Thomas earl of Mar, of the land of
Huchtirerne in Cromarre, to Ego the son of Fergus, A.D. 1364,......
Service of Elizabeth Ouchtirarne, as heir of her father John Ouchtirarne, in the lands
of Ouchtirarne in the earldom of Mar, A.D. 1504-5 ............
Service of John Ouchtirarne, as heir of John Ouchtirarne his uncle, in the lands of
Ouchtirarne in Cromarr, by reason of his descent in the male line from Ego Fer-
gousone lord of Ouchtirarne, A.D. 1507.
Description of the parioch of Migwie, A.D. 1725......
Notice of the ruins of the castle of Migvie.........
Description of the parioch of Tarland, A.D. 1725............
Charter by Moregrund earl of Mar, to the canons of S. Andrews, of the church of S.
Machuluoche [S. Mochteus, bishop and confessor) of Tharuelund, with its tithes
and oblations, its land and mill, the carucate of land called Hachadgouan (after-
wards called Cothilstane), the second tithes of the Earl's whole land, and timber
from the Earl's woods for the buildings of the canons, A.D. 1165-A.D. 1171...... 14