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<line> 21 </line>\tab THE LANDS OF \cf1 TROTTERNESS \cf2 LATE THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE SIR\par<br /> <line> 22 </line>\tab DONALD MACDONALD.\par<br /> <line> 23 </line>\par<br /> <line> 24 </line>\tab AND CRAVEING THAT HE AND HIS SERVANT MAY BE EXAMINED UPON\par<br /> <line> 25 </line>\tab THE MATTER CONTAINED IN THE SAID PETITION AND THAT HE MAY\par<br /> <line> 26 </line>\tab BE ORDAINED TO GIVE AN EXTRACT OF THE PROCESS OR TO SECURE\par<br /> <line> 27 </line>\tab THE TRUSTEES AGAINST FUTURE EXTRAITES AND TO ORDAIN HIM\par<br /> <line> 28 </line>\tab TO FIND CAUTION FOR SUCH DAMAGES AS MAY ARISE TO THE TRUSTEES\par<br /> <line> 29 </line>\tab AND THAT HE MAY BE CENSURED AND TO PRODUCE THE GROUNDS AND\par<br /> <line> 30 </line>\tab WARRANDS OF THE PROCESS THE SAID MR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE WILL\par<br /> <line> 31 </line>\tab WITH GREAT EASE MAKE ANSWER TO WHAT IS CHARGED UPON HIM\par<br /> <line> 32 </line>\par<br /> <line> 33 </line>\tab AND FIRST HE SAYS THERE WAS AN EXEPTION AS TO THE LANDS OF\par<br /> <line> 34 </line>\tab\cf1 TROTTERNISH\cf2 EXHIBITED IN THE MANNER MENTIONED IN THE \par<br /> <line> 35 </line>\tab PETITION AND THAT THERE WERE ANSWERS PUTT IN BY THE\par<br /> <line> 36 </line>\tab COMMISSIONERS TO THE SAID EXCEPTION\par<br /> <line> 37 </line>\par<br /> <line> 38 </line>\tab BUT THEN HE SAYS THAT THERE WAS NO SUCH INTERLOQUITORY\par<br /> <line> 39 </line>\tab SENTENCE AS MENTIONED IN THE PETITION PRONOUNCED BY THE\par<br /> <line> 40 </line>\tab COURT NOR DID HE DELIVER A COPIE OF SUCH AN INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 41 </line>\tab TO \cf1 THOMAS FORDYCE AGENT\cf2 AND DOER FOR THE TRUSTEES NOR\par<br /> <line> 42 </line>\tab DOES HE BELIEVE THAT \cf1 EDWARD CALLENDER \cf2 HIS SERVANT DID \par<br /> <line> 43 </line>\tab DID DELIVER ANY SUCH INTERLOQUITOR OR DECREE IN THE \par<br /> <line> 44 </line>\tab TERMS MENTIONED IN THE PETITION\par<br /> <line> 45 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 46 </line>\tab THAT WHAT ENDEVOURS WERE USED FOR OBTAINING AN EXTRACT\par<br /> <line> 47 </line>\tab WAS A FRUITLESS LABOUR FOR REASONS FORESAID\par<br /> <line> 48 </line>\par<br /> <line> 49 </line>\tab AFFIRMS THAT ASSINT WHO PRESENTED THE EXEPTION DID AGAIN\par<br /> <line> 50 </line>\tab WITHDRAW HIS EXCEPTION AND QUITT ANY CLAIM HE THEREBY\par<br /> <line> 51 </line>\tab AND THIS APPEARS BY WHAT IS WRITT ON THE BACK OF THE

\par<br /> <line> 52 </line>\tab EXCEPTION\par<br /> <line> 53 </line>\par<br /> <line> 54 </line>\tab HE IS ALTOGETHER UNCONCERNED WHAT MAY BE THE CONSEQUENCE\par<br /> <line> 55 </line>\tab OF THE PETITIONERS WANT OF AN EXTRACT OF A SENTENCE THAT \par<br /> <line> 56 </line>\tab WAS NEVER GIVEN\par<br /> <line> 57 </line>\par<br /> <line> 58 </line>\tab THAT HE NEITHER HAS ANY SUCH INTERLOQUITOR NOR DOES BELIEVE\par<br /> <line> 59 </line>\tab THAT ANY SUCH EVER WAS PRONOUNCED\par<br /> <line> 60 </line>\par<br /> <line> 61 </line>\tab THAT HE WAS WILLING TO PRODUCE AND LAY BEFORE YOUR LORDSHIPS\par<br /> <line> 62 </line>\tab AS NOW HE HAS DONE THE PRINCIPAL EXCEPTION WITH THE ANSWER\par<br /> <line> 63 </line>\tab DELIVERED\par<br /> <line> 64 </line>\par<br /> <line> 65 </line>\tab NOR IS HE CONCERNED IN THE REASONING PART OF THE PETITION\par<br /> <line> 66 </line>\tab WHERE THE PETITIONERS WOULD FORM AN ARGUMENT AGAINST\par<br /> <line> 67 </line>\tab HIM AS IF IT WERE INCREDIBLE THAT ASSINT WOULD MOVE AN\par<br /> <line> 68 </line>\tab OBJECTION AGAINST HIMSELF THOUGH HE BELIEVES THE TRUE\par<br /> <line> 69 </line>\tab REASON WAS THAT WHEN ASSINTES PROCURATORS CAME\par<br /> <line> 70 </line>\tab TO LOOK INT THE DEIT OF MAILLS AND DUTIES OBTAINED AT HIS\par<br /> <line> 71 </line>\tab INSTANCE AGAINST THE VASSALLS THEY FOUND THAT \cf1 SIR DONALDS\cf2\par<br /> <line> 72 </line>\tab TENNENTS WERE NOT CALLED THEREIN NOR HAD HE OBTAINED HIMSELF \par<br /> <line> 73 </line>\tab INFEFT IN THE SAID LANDS IN THE TERME OF THE ACT FOR ENCOURAGEING\par<br /> <line> 74 </line>\tab SUPERIORS ETC\par<br /> <line> 75 </line>\par<br /> <line> 76 </line>\tab AND IT IS SOMEWHAT TOO SUBTILL TO SAY THAT IF ASSINT HAS WITHDRAWN\par<br /> <line> 77 </line>\tab ANYTHING TIS SUSPECTED TO BE SIGNED INTERLOQUITOR FOR BY THE\par<br /> <line> 78 </line>\tab TERM &quot; WITHDRAWN&quot; HERE NOTHING ELSE COULD BE MEANT BUT\par<br /> <line> 79 </line>\tab THAT ASSINT HAD WAVED OR PASSED FROM HIS EXCEPTION\par<br /> <line> 80 </line>\par<br /> <line> 81 </line>\tab HE SAYS THAT HE HAD NOT WITHDRAWN THE PROCESS NOR ANY\par<br /> <line> 82 </line>\tab PART OF THE PROCESS ALL IS STILL EXTANT AND IS HEREWITH\par<br />

<line> 83 </line>\tab PRODUCED.\par<br /> <line> 84 </line>\par<br /> <line> 85 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 86 </line>\par<br /> <line> 87 </line>\par<br /> <line> 88 </line>\cf1\tab CS 235/11/MISC- 4\cf2\par<br /> <line> 89 </line>\par<br /> <line> 90 </line>\tab AS TO WHAT IS ALLEGED THAT THE INTERLOQUITOR WAS ACTUALLY\par<br /> <line> 91 </line>\tab SIGNED UPON AN AGREEMENT ADDUCED FROM THE ACT OF REGULATION\par<br /> <line> 92 </line>\tab 1672 THAT DOES NOT CONCERNE HIM NO DOUBT THE COMMISSIONERS\par<br /> <line> 93 </line>\tab MIGHT HAVE OBTAINED PROTESTATION BUT THEY DO NOT PRETENT\par<br /> <line> 94 </line>\tab THAT THE SAME WAS SOUGHT AND THEY MIGHT HAVE GOT NOTTICE\par<br /> <line> 95 </line>\tab FROM THE PROCURATORS COMPEARING FOR THEM THAT THE \par<br /> <line> 96 </line>\tab EXCEPTANT DID WAVE HIS CLAIM WITHOUT ANY OPPOSITION\par<br /> <line> 97 </line>\tab ON THEIRSIDE\par<br /> <line> 98 </line>\par<br /> <line> 99 </line>\tab NOR IS IT HIS BUSINESS MUCH TO NOTICE WHAT IS ARGUED\par<br /> <line> 100 </line>\tab FROM THE PRESIDENTES ROLL IT IS SUFFICIENT FOR HIS \par<br /> <line> 101 </line>\tab EXONERATION TO SAY THAT NO SUCH INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 102 </line>\tab WAS SIGNED BY THE PRESEDENT AND THEREFORE HE IS NOT\par<br /> <line> 103 </line>\tab FARTHER CONCERNED\par<br /> <line> 104 </line>\par<br /> <line> 105 </line>\tab HE SUBMITTS HIMSELF TO ONE EXAMINATION AND TO YOUR\par<br /> <line> 106 </line>\tab LORDSHIPS JUDGEMENTS AFTER THE EXAMINATION IS MADE\par<br /> <line> 107 </line>\tab AND HOPES THAT AFTER TRIAL THE PETITION WILL BE FOUND\par<br /> <line> 108 </line>\tab GROUNDLESS ONLY THIS HE MUST OBSERVE THAT SEEING\par<br /> <line> 109 </line>\tab THE PETITIONERS PRETEND TO HAVE A COPY OF THE \par<br /> <line> 110 </line>\tab INTERLOQUITOR UNDER \cf1 EDWARD CALENDERS \cf2 HAND THE SAME\par<br /> <line> 111 </line>\tab OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN PRODUCED AND TILL IT BE PRODUCED \par<br /> <line> 112 </line>\tab HE WILL BEG LEAVE TO SAY THAT HE HAS GREAT DIFFERENCE\par<br /> <line> 113 </line>\tab THEREOF.\par<br /> <line> 114 </line>\par<br /> <line> 115 </line>\tab\tab\tab\cf1 YOUR LORDSHIPS MAY PROCEED TO EXAMINATION\par<br /> <line> 116 </line>\tab\tab\tab AND TRYALL WHEN YOU PLEASE MR MACKENZIE\par<br />

<line> 117 </line>\tab \tab\tab IS READY TO MAKE ANSWERS BUT IN THE MEAN\par<br /> <line> 118 </line>\tab\tab\tab TIME HE EXPECTES THAT YOUR LORDSHIPS WILL\par<br /> <line> 119 </line>\tab\tab\tab ORDAIN THE COPIE OF THE INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 120 </line>\tab\tab\tab MENTIONED IN THE PETITION TO BE EXHIBITED WHICH\par<br /> <line> 121 </line>\tab\tab\tab HE FIRMLY BELEIVES WAS NOT DELIVERED TO \cf2 THOMAS\par<br /> <line> 122 </line>\tab\tab\tab FORDYCE \cf1 THE AGENT\cf2\par<br /> <line> 123 </line>\par<br /> <line> 124 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab ALEXANDER HAY.\par<br /> <line> 125 </line>\par<br /> <line> 126 </line>\par<br /> <line> 127 </line>\tab UPON THE FIRST DAY AUGUST 1M [1000] VIJC [700] AND NINETEEN\par<br /> <line> 128 </line>\tab YEARS I THOMAS GRAME ONE OF THE MACERS BEFORE THE RIGHT\par<br /> <line> 129 </line>\tab HONOURABLE THE LORDS OF COUNCIL AND SESION BY VIRTUE\par<br /> <line> 130 </line>\tab OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO THE SAID LORDS THEIR ACT OF SEDERUNT\par<br /> <line> 131 </line>\tab DATED THE FOURTEENTH OF JULY LAST FOR RECORDING EXEPTIONS\par<br /> <line> 132 </line>\tab IN A PARLAR REGISTER CONFORM TO THE ACT OF PARLIAMENT\par<br /> <line> 133 </line>\tab QUINTO GEORGII IN THE FIFTH OF GEORGE\par<br /> <line> 134 </line>\par<br /> <line> 135 </line>\tab DID PASS WITH THE WITNESSES AFTERNAMED AND HERETO SUBSCRIBING\par<br /> <line> 136 </line>\tab TO THE OFFICE WITHIN THE PARLIAMENT CLOSS OF THE COMMISSIONERS\par<br /> <line> 137 </line>\tab OF INQUIRE AND TRUSTEES FOR DISPOSING OF FORFEITED ESTATES\par<br /> <line> 138 </line>\par<br /> <line> 139 </line>\tab AND THEN AND THERE DID INTIMATE TO THE COMMISSIONERS AND TRUSTEES\par<br /> <line> 140 </line>\tab THAT THE EXCEPTIONS FOR \cf1 KENNETH MCKENZIE OF ASSINT \cf2 AND HIS \par<br /> <line> 141 </line>\tab CURATORS FOR THE INTEREST EXCIPIENTS WERE UPON THE THIRTY \par<br /> <line> 142 </line>\tab FIRST DAY OF JULY LAST PRESENTED TO THE SAID LORDS OF SESSION\par<br /> <line> 143 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 144 </line>\par<br /> <line> 145 </line>\tab TO THE INTENT THE SAID EXCIPIENTS THEIR RIGHT AND TITLE TO THE\par<br /> <line> 146 </line>\tab\cf1 FOURSCORE MERK LANDS OF TROTTERNESS \cf2 MIGHT BE ASCERTAINED AND\par<br /> <line> 147 </line>\tab DECLARED NOTWITHSTANDING OF THE ATTAINER OR CONVICTION OF\par<br /> <line> 148 </line>\tab\cf1 SIR DONALD MACDONALD OF SLATE \cf2 AND LATE \cf1 EARL OF SEAFORTH\cf2\par<br />

<line> 149 </line>\par<br /> <line> 150 </line>\tab AND WITH THE VOUCHERS AND INSTRUCTIONS THEREOF ARE LODGED\par<br /> <line> 151 </line>\tab AND IN THE OFFICE OF MR \cf1 ALEXANDER MACKENZIE\cf2 ONE OF THE\par<br /> <line> 152 </line>\tab PRINCIPAL CLERKS OF SESSION WHERE THE SAME ARE TO BE SEEN\par<br /> <line> 153 </line>\tab\tab\par<br /> <line> 154 </line>\par<br /> <line> 155 </line>\tab THIS I DID BY LEAVING WITH AND DELIVERING A FULL DOUBLE OF\par<br /> <line> 156 </line>\tab THE SAID EXCEPTIONS AN AUTHENTICK COPY HEREOF THERETO\par<br /> <line> 157 </line>\tab SUBJOINED WITHIN THE SAID OFFICE TO \cf1 ALEXANDER MONRO\par<br /> <line> 158 </line>\tab\cf2 HOUSEKEEPER IN ABSENCE OF THE SAID COMMISSIONERS AFTER\par<br /> <line> 159 </line>\tab I ENQUIRED IF ANY OF THEM WERE PRESENT AND IN THE OFFICE\par<br /> <line> 160 </line>\tab AT THAT TIME BEFORE AND IN PRESENCE OF ARCHIBALD AND\par<br /> <line> 161 </line>\tab DUGALD CAMPBELLS BOTH WRITERS IN EDINBURGH AND\par<br /> <line> 162 </line>\tab FOR THE MORE VERIFICATION HEREOF I THE SAID WITNESSES\par<br /> <line> 163 </line>\tab SUBSCRIBED THESE PRESENTS DAY AND DATE SAID.\par<br /> <line> 164 </line>\par<br /> <line> 165 </line>\par<br /> <line> 166 </line>\par<br /> <line> 167 </line>\tab\cf1 CS 235/11/MISC- 5\cf2\par<br /> <line> 168 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 169 </line>\tab COPY INTERLOQUITOR ASSINT AGAINST SIR DONALD MCDONALD\par<br /> <line> 170 </line>\tab LANDS \cf1 TROTTERNISH 1719\cf2\par<br /> <line> 171 </line>\par<br /> <line> 172 </line>\tab 3 SEPTEMBER 1719\par<br /> <line> 173 </line>\par<br /> <line> 174 </line>\tab THE LORDS HAVING ADVISED THE EXCEPTIONS PRESENTED BY \cf1\par<br /> <line> 175 </line>\tab KENNETH MCKENZIE OF ASSINT AND COLLONEL ALEXANDER\par<br /> <line> 176 </line>\tab MCKENZIE OF CANNASBY \cf2 HIS CURATOR ACTS OF PARLIAMENT\par<br /> <line> 177 </line>\tab REFERED TO THEREIN ANSWERS FOR THE PUBLIC WITH THE\par<br /> <line> 178 </line>\tab WRITS PRODUCED AND DEBAITE\par<br /> <line> 179 </line>\par<br /> <line> 180 </line>\tab THEY FIND THAT THE EXCEPTANT HATH RIGHT TO THE PROPERTY\par<br /> <line> 181 </line>\tab OF \cf1 FOURSCORE MARK LAND OF TROTTERNESS \cf2 LYING WITHIN\par<br /> <line> 182 </line>\tab THE PAROCHIAL DISTRICT AND SHERIFDOM OF

-------------------------\par<br /> <line> 183 </line>\tab WHICH WERE HOLDEN OF THE EXIPIENT AS SUPERIOR BY THE\par<br /> <line> 184 </line>\tab LATE \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD \cf2 WHO WAS ATTAINED OF HIGH\par<br /> <line> 185 </line>\tab TREASON BY AN ACT 1 GEORGII OF THE 1ST OF GEORGE\par<br /> <line> 186 </line>\tab INTITLED AN ACT FOR THE ATTAINER OF \cf1 GEORGE EARL MARSHALL\par<br /> <line> 187 </line>\tab ETC\par<br /> <line> 188 </line>\par<br /> <line> 189 </line>\tab\cf2 AND FIND THE EXCEPTANT HATH RIGHT TO THE RENTS PROFITS AND \par<br /> <line> 190 </line>\tab ISSUES PAYABLE FOR THE SAID LANDS FROM AND SINCE THE 27TH\par<br /> <line> 191 </line>\tab OF JUNE 1715 WITH THE BURDEN OF PROPORTION OF THE DEBTS IN\par<br /> <line> 192 </line>\tab THE TERMS OF THE ACT OF PARLIAMENT 5 GEORGII OF THE 5TH\par<br /> <line> 193 </line>\tab OF GEORGE INTITLED ACT FOR ENLARGING THE TIME TO DETERMINE\par<br /> <line> 194 </line>\tab CLAIMS ON FORFEIT ESTATES AND THAT THE PUBLIC HATH NO\par<br /> <line> 195 </line>\tab RIGHT THERETO AND FIND DECERN AND DECLARE ACCORDINGLY\par<br /> <line> 196 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 197 </line>\tab SIC SUB SCRIB ITUR THUS IT IS SUBSCRIBED \cf1 JAMES ERSKINE\par<br /> <line> 198 </line>\par<br /> <line> 199 </line>\par<br /> <line> 200 </line>\tab\cf2 4TH FEBRUARY 1720\par<br /> <line> 201 </line>\tab LORD PENCAILLAND\par<br /> <line> 202 </line>\tab THIS IS THE COPY OF THE ALLEGED INTERLOQUITOR STO WHICH\par<br /> <line> 203 </line>\tab ALEXANDER MCKENZIE ONE OF THE CLERKS OF SESSION HIS\par<br /> <line> 204 </line>\tab OATH OF THIS DATE RELATES\par<br /> <line> 205 </line> \par<br /> <line> 206 </line>\tab \cf1 J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 207 </line>\par<br /> <line> 208 </line>\par<br /> <line> 209 </line>\par<br /> <line> 210 </line>\par<br /> <line> 211 </line>\tab CS 235/11/MISC- 6\par<br /> <line> 212 </line>\par<br /> <line> 213 </line>\tab\cf2 ANSWERS FROM MR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE TO THE PETITION\par<br /> <line> 214 </line>\tab GIVEN IN BY THE TRUSTEES TO FORFEITED ESTATE 1720\par<br /> <line> 215 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 216 </line>\tab 4 FEBRUARY 1720\par<br /> <line> 217 </line>\par<br />

<line> 218 </line>\tab IN THE PRESENCE OF THE LORD PENCAILLAND COMPEARED ALEXANDER\par<br /> <line> 219 </line>\tab MCKENZIE ONE OF THE CLERKS OF SESSION\par<br /> <line> 220 </line>\par<br /> <line> 221 </line>\tab AND BEING SOLEMNLY SWORN EXAMINED AND INTERROGAT IN TERMS\par<br /> <line> 222 </line>\tab OF THE INTERLOQUITOR OF THIS DATE\par<br /> <line> 223 </line>\par<br /> <line> 224 </line>\tab DISPONES THAT THE DEPONENT DID NEVER WRITE ANY INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 225 </line>\tab SUSTAINING THE EXEPTION AT THE INSTANCE OF \cf1 KENNETH MCKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 226 </line>\tab\cf2 OF ASSINT AND HIS CURATORS AGAINST THE PUBLIC FINDING THAT\par<br /> <line> 227 </line>\tab THE EXEPTANT HAD RIGHT TO THE PROPERTY OF THE LANDS OF\par<br /> <line> 228 </line>\tab\cf1 TROTTERNISH \cf2 WHICH WERE HOLDEN BY THE LATE \cf1 SIR DONALD\par<br /> <line> 229 </line>\tab MCDONALD \cf2 OF THE EXCEPTANT.\par<br /> <line> 230 </line>\par<br /> <line> 231 </line>\tab AND THAT IT DOES NOT CONSIST WITH HIS KNOWLEDGE THAT ANY\par<br /> <line> 232 </line>\tab SUCH INTERLOQUITOR WAS WRITE BY ANY OTHER OF THE CLERKS\par<br /> <line> 233 </line>\tab OF SESSION AS MENTIONED IN THE PETITION AND COMPLAINT\par<br /> <line> 234 </line>\tab OFFERED IN NAME OF THE COMMISSIONERS AND TRUSTEES FOR\par<br /> <line> 235 </line>\tab THE SALE OF FORFEITED ESTATES AN ALLEDGED COPY\par<br /> <line> 236 </line>\tab WHEREOF IS PRESENTLY PRODUCED AND MARKED BY THE \par<br /> <line> 237 </line>\tab LORD EXAMINATOR\par<br /> <line> 238 </line>\par<br /> <line> 239 </line>\tab AND THAT THE DEPONENT DID NEVER SEE ANY SUCH INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 240 </line>\tab SIGNED BY THE LORD GRANGE THEN PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF\par<br /> <line> 241 </line>\tab SESSION WHICH BEARS TO BE DATED THE THIRD DAY OF SEPTEMBER\par<br /> <line> 242 </line>\tab LAST\par<br /> <line> 243 </line>\par<br /> <line> 244 </line>\tab AND THAT THE DEPONENT DOES NOT REMEMBER THAT ANY SUCH \par<br /> <line> 245 </line>\tab INTERLOQUITOR PAST IN THE SAID COURT OF SESSION\par<br /> <line> 246 </line>\par<br /> <line> 247 </line>\tab AND FURTHER PRODUCED THE PRINCIPAL EXCEPTION WHICH\par<br /> <line> 248 </line>\tab HAS NO SIGNED INTERLOQUITOR UPON IT EXCEPT THAT OF THE\par<br /> <line> 249 </line>\tab LAST OF JULIE ORDERING THE SAME TO BE INTIMATED AT THE\par<br /> <line> 250 </line>\tab ENQUIRIE OFFICE\par<br />

<line> 251 </line>\par<br /> <line> 252 </line>\tab AND APON THE BACK OF THE SAID EXEPTION THERE IS WRITEN\par<br /> <line> 253 </line>\tab THE WORD &quot;WITHDRAWN&quot; WITH THE DEPONENTS OWN HAND\par<br /> <line> 254 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 255 </line>\par<br /> <line> 256 </line>\tab AND THAT IT WAS NOT ORDINARY IN OTHER CASES TO SIGN\par<br /> <line> 257 </line>\tab THAT WORD &quot;WITHDRAWN&quot; WHEN THERE WAS NO MORE\par<br /> <line> 258 </line>\tab UPON IT\par<br /> <line> 259 </line>\par<br /> <line> 260 </line>\tab HE ALSO PRODUCES THE EXECUTION OF THE SAID EXCEPTION WITH\par<br /> <line> 261 </line>\tab TWO ANSWERS GIVEN IN BY PUBLIC TO THE EXCEPTION\par<br /> <line> 262 </line>\par<br /> <line> 263 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 ALEXANDER MACKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 264 </line>\par<br /> <line> 265 </line>\tab\cf2\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 266 </line>\par<br /> <line> 267 </line>\tab\cf2 PRESENTED BY \cf1 MCKENZIE OF ASSINT \cf2 AND HIS CURATORS ONE DATED\par<br /> <line> 268 </line>\tab TENTH OF AUGUST AND THE OTHER THE THIRD SEPTEMBER LAST\par<br /> <line> 269 </line>\tab WHICH ARE THE ONLY ANSWERS GIVEN IN BY THE COMMISSIONERS\par<br /> <line> 270 </line>\tab TO THE HAILL EXCEPTIONS PRESENTED BY \cf1 ASSINT\par<br /> <line> 271 </line>\par<br /> <line> 272 </line>\tab\cf2 AND DEPONES HE HAS NO OTHER GROUNDS OR WARRADS\par<br /> <line> 273 </line>\tab IN RELATION TO THE SAID INTERLOQUITOR NOR DOES\par<br /> <line> 274 </line>\tab HE REMEMBER THAT THERE WERE ANY WRITES PRODUCED\par<br /> <line> 275 </line>\tab RELATING TO THE LANDS MENTIONED IN THE SAID EXCEPTION\par<br /> <line> 276 </line>\tab EXCEPT SUCH AS WERE PRODUCED BY THE EXCEPTANTS\par<br /> <line> 277 </line>\tab AND TAKEN UP BY THEM OR THEIR DOERS \par<br /> <line> 278 </line>\tab AND THIS IS THE TRUTH AS HE SHALL ANSWER TO GOD\par<br /> <line> 279 </line>\par<br /> <line> 280 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 ALEXANDER MACKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 281 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 282 </line>\par<br /> <line> 283 </line>\par<br /> <line> 284 </line>\tab CS 235/11/MISC- 7\par<br /> <line> 285 </line>\par<br /> <line> 286 </line>\tab\cf2 23 FEBRUARY 1720\par<br /> <line> 287 </line>\par<br /> <line> 288 </line>\tab\cf1 EDWARD CALLENDER \cf2 SERVITOR TO\cf1 MR ALEXANDER MCKENZIE \tab\par<br />

<line> 289 </line>\tab\cf2 ONE OF THE CLERKS OF SESSION AND BEING SOLEMNLY SWORN\par<br /> <line> 290 </line>\tab EXAMINED AND INTEROGATED IN THE TERMS OF THE INTERLOQUITOR\par<br /> <line> 291 </line>\tab OF THE 4 TH FEBRUARY INSTANT\par<br /> <line> 292 </line>\par<br /> <line> 293 </line>\tab DEPONES THAT HE DID NOT DELIVER TO \cf1 MR FORDYCE \cf2 OR TO ANY\par<br /> <line> 294 </line>\tab OTHER DOER FOR THE COMMISSIONERS OR TRUSTEES FOR FORFEITTED\par<br /> <line> 295 </line>\tab ESTATES THE COPY OF THE INTERLOQUITOR MENTIONED IN THE SAID\par<br /> <line> 296 </line>\tab TRUSTEES THEIR PETITION DATED TWENTY FIRST JANUARY LAST\par<br /> <line> 297 </line>\tab FINDING THAT \cf1 KENNETH MCKENZIE OF ASSINT AND COLLONEL\par<br /> <line> 298 </line>\tab MCKENZIE \cf2 HIS CURATOR HAD RIGHT AS SUPERIORS TO THE PROPERTY\par<br /> <line> 299 </line>\tab OF THE LANDS OF \cf1 TROTTERNISH \cf2 WHICH HELD OF HIM BY THE LATE\par<br /> <line> 300 </line>\tab\cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD \par<br /> <line> 301 </line>\tab\cf2 IN SO FAR AS THE DEPONENT REMEMBERS\par<br /> <line> 302 </line>\par<br /> <line> 303 </line>\tab AND THAT HE KNOWS NOTHING OF THE GIVING OUT DOUBLE OF THE\par<br /> <line> 304 </line>\tab SAID INTERLOQUITOR TO THE SAID COMMISSIONERS OR THEIR DOERS\par<br /> <line> 305 </line>\tab WHICH COPY OF THE SAID INTERLOQUITOR AS MENTIONED IN THE \par<br /> <line> 306 </line>\tab SAID PETITION IS MARKED BY THE LORD EXAMINATOR\par<br /> <line> 307 </line>\par<br /> <line> 308 </line>\tab AND BEING EXAMINED AND INTERROGATED BY THE PROCURATORS\par<br /> <line> 309 </line>\tab OF THE SAID TRUSTEES IF THE PAPER PRESENTLY PRODUCED BY\par<br /> <line> 310 </line>\tab THEM AND MARKED BY THE ORDINARY WHICH CONTAINS AN\par<br /> <line> 311 </line>\tab INTERLOQUITOR IN FAVOUR OF \cf1 KENNTH MCKENZIE \cf2 IN RELATION\par<br /> <line> 312 </line>\tab TO THE PROPERTY OF THE LANDS AND ESTATE OF \cf1 APPLECROSS\par<br /> <line> 313 </line>\tab\cf2 WHICH HE CLAIMED AS SUPERIOR OF THE SAID LANDS\par<br /> <line> 314 </line>\par<br /> <line> 315 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 EDWARD CALLENDER\par<br /> <line> 316 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 317 </line>\par<br /> <line> 318 </line>\tab\cf2 AND TO WHICH IS ADJECTED A MEMORIAL IN THESE TERMS VIZ..\par<br /> <line> 319 </line>\tab THE LIKE INTERLOQUITOR IS APON THE OTHER EXCEPTIONS AGAINST\par<br /> <line> 320 </line>\tab THE VASSALS MUTATIS MUTANDIS NECESSARY CHANGES

BEING\par<br /> <line> 321 </line>\tab MADE EXCEPT THESE AGAINST WHOM THE CONDISCENDANCE\par<br /> <line> 322 </line>\tab WAS GIVEN AND WHEREON THEY ARE ALLOWED A DILLIGENCE TO\par<br /> <line> 323 </line>\tab PROVE THAT THE LANDS HOLD OF ASSINT\par<br /> <line> 324 </line>\par<br /> <line> 325 </line>\tab IF THE SAID PAPERS MARKED AS SAID IS WAS THE HAND WRITING OF THE\par<br /> <line> 326 </line>\tab DEPONENT AND DELIVERED BY HIM TO THE SAID \cf1 THOMAS\cf2\par<br /> <line> 327 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 328 </line>\par<br /> <line> 329 </line>\tab AND DEPONES THAT HE DID DELIVERED THE SAID PAPER TO THE BEST\par<br /> <line> 330 </line>\tab OF THE DEPONENTS MEMORYTO THE SAID \cf1 THOMAS FORDYCE \cf2 OR\par<br /> <line> 331 </line>\tab HIS SERVANT AS DOERS FOR THE SAID COMISSIONERS\par<br /> <line> 332 </line>\par<br /> <line> 333 </line>\tab AND DEPONES THAT HE DID NEVER DELIVER ANY OTHER COPY OF\par<br /> <line> 334 </line>\tab AN INTERLOQUITOR IN RELATION TO ASSINT RIGHT OF PROPERTY\par<br /> <line> 335 </line>\tab TO THE LATE \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD LANDS TROTTERNISH\cf2\par<br /> <line> 336 </line>\tab OR THE OTHER VASSALS OF THE LATE \cf1 EARL OF SEAFORTH\par<br /> <line> 337 </line>\tab\cf2 EXCEPT WHAT IS ABOVE DEPONED ON TO THE BEST OF THE \par<br /> <line> 338 </line>\tab DEPONENTS MEMORE\par<br /> <line> 339 </line>\par<br /> <line> 340 </line>\tab AND BEIND INTERROGATED IF THE DATES WRITEN ON THE MARGINS\par<br /> <line> 341 </line>\tab OF THE SAID PAPER BE THE TRUE DATES DEPONES HE DOES NOT\par<br /> <line> 342 </line>\tab KNOW BUT IS WILLING TO PRODUCE THE PRINCIPAL WARANDS\par<br /> <line> 343 </line>\tab THEMSELVES\par<br /> <line> 344 </line>\par<br /> <line> 345 </line>\tab AND THAT ORDINARLY THE COMMISSIONERS DOERS GET COPIES\par<br /> <line> 346 </line>\tab OF THE INTERLOQUITORS BEFORE THE SAME WERE SIGNED\par<br /> <line> 347 </line>\tab BY THE LORD PRESIDENT\par<br /> <line> 348 </line>\tab AND THIS IS THE TRUTH AS HE SHALL ANSWER TO GOD\par<br /> <line> 349 </line>\par<br /> <line> 350 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 EDWARD CALLENDER\par<br /> <line> 351 </line>\par<br /> <line> 352 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 353 </line>\par<br /> <line> 354 </line>\tab\cf2 MR CARDEN PROCURATOR OR FOR THE SAID TRUSTEES DECLAIRED\par<br />

<line> 355 </line>\tab THAT HE HAS CONCLUDED HIS PROBATION BY THE ABOVE OATHS\par<br /> <line> 356 </line>\tab THE LORD ORDINARY IS TO REPORT THE SAME TO THE LORD WITH\par<br /> <line> 357 </line>\tab HIS FIRST CONVENIENCE AND ALLOWS TH SAID PROCURATORS\par<br /> <line> 358 </line>\tab IN THE MEAN TIME TO SEE THE INTERLOQUITOR AS TO THE\par<br /> <line> 359 </line>\tab PROPERTY OF \cf1 APPLECROSS \cf2 TO THE END THEY MAY KNOW THE DATE\par<br /> <line> 360 </line>\tab THEREOF\par<br /> <line> 361 </line>\par<br /> <line> 362 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 J.HAMILTON\par<br /> <line> 363 </line>\par<br /> <line> 364 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 365 </line>\par<br /> <line> 366 </line>\tab CS235/11/MISC-1\par<br /> <line> 367 </line>\par<br /> <line> 368 </line>\tab\cf2 EXCEPTIONS FOR \cf1 KENNETH MACKENZIE OF ASSINT \cf2 AND HIS CURRATORS\par<br /> <line> 369 </line>\tab ANENT THE LANDS OF \cf1 TROTTERNISH \cf2 BELONGING TO THE DECEASED\par<br /> <line> 370 </line>\tab\cf1 SIR DONALD MACDONALD\cf2 WITHDRAWN 1719 \cf1 MCKENZIE CLERK\par<br /> <line> 371 </line>\tab T.G. THOM.GRAEM\par<br /> <line> 372 </line>\par<br /> <line> 373 </line>\tab AD &amp; DC \cf2 SIGNED\par<br /> <line> 374 </line>\par<br /> <line> 375 </line>\tab EXCEPTIONS FOR \cf1 KENNETH MACKENZIE OF ASSINT AND COLLONEL\par<br /> <line> 376 </line>\tab ALEXANDER MACKENZIE OF CONANSBAY \cf2 HIS CURATOR FOR HIS\par<br /> <line> 377 </line>\tab INTEREST AGAINST THE POSSESSION TAKEN OR TO BE TAKEN\par<br /> <line> 378 </line>\tab\cf1 OF THE FOURSCORE MERK LAND TROTTERNISH\cf2 SURVEYED\par<br /> <line> 379 </line>\tab BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS AND TRUSTEES APPOINTED\par<br /> <line> 380 </line>\tab FOR FORFEITED ESTATES\par<br /> <line> 381 </line>\par<br /> <line> 382 </line>\tab HUMBLY PRESENTED IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACT QUINTO GEORGII IN\par<br /> <line> 383 </line>\tab THE FIFTH YEAR OF GEORGE ENTITLED ACT FOR ENLARGEING\par<br /> <line> 384 </line>\tab THE TIME TO DETERMINE CLAIMS ON THE FORFEITED ESTATES\par<br /> <line> 385 </line>\par<br /> <line> 386 </line>\tab TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORDS OF COUNCIL AND\tab\par<br /> <line> 387 </line>\tab SESSION\par<br /> <line> 388 </line>\par<br /> <line> 389 </line>\par<br />

<line> 390 </line>\tab TO THE INTENT HIS RIGHT AND TITLE TO THE SAID \cf1 FOURSCORE\par<br /> <line> 391 </line>\tab MERK LANDS TROTTERNISH \cf2 HOLDEN BY \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD\par<br /> <line> 392 </line>\tab LATE OF SLATE \cf2 OF THE SAID EXCIPIENT AS SUPERIOR THEREOF\par<br /> <line> 393 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 394 </line>\par<br /> <line> 395 </line>\tab MAY IN THE TERMS OF TH ACT OF THE FIRST OF THE KING ENTITLED\par<br /> <line> 396 </line>\tab ACT FOR ENCOURAGEING ALL SUPERIORS VASSALS ETC BE ASCERTAINED\par<br /> <line> 397 </line>\par<br /> <line> 398 </line>\tab BY THE FORESAID ACT OF THE FIRST OF THE KING ENTITLED ACT FOR\par<br /> <line> 399 </line>\tab ENCOURAGING ALL SUPERIOR VASSALLS LANDLORDS AND TENNANTS\par<br /> <line> 400 </line>\tab IN SCOTLAND IT IS AMONGS OTHER THINGS ENACTED THAT IF ANY SUBJECT\par<br /> <line> 401 </line>\tab OF GREAT BRITAIN HOLDING LANDS OF A SUBJECT SUPERIOR IN SCOTLAND\par<br /> <line> 402 </line>\tab HAS BEEN OR SHALL BE GUILTY OF SUCH HIGH TREASON OR TREASONS\par<br /> <line> 403 </line>\tab AS ARE MENTIONED IN THE SAID ACT EVERY SUCH OFFENDER WHO\par<br /> <line> 404 </line>\tab SHALL BE THEREOF DUELY CONVINCED AND ATTAINED SHALL\par<br /> <line> 405 </line>\tab BE LIABLE TO THE PAINS PENALTIES AND FORFEITURES OF HIGH\par<br /> <line> 406 </line>\tab TREASON AND HIS LANDS OR TENEMENTS HELD OF ANY SUBJECT\par<br /> <line> 407 </line>\tab SUPERIOR IN SCOTLAND SHALL RECOGNISE AND RETURN INTO \par<br /> <line> 408 </line>\tab THE HANDS OF THE SUPERIOR AND THE PROPERTY SHALL BE AND\par<br /> <line> 409 </line>\tab IS HEREBY CONSOLIDATED WITH THE SUPERIORITY IN THE SAME\par<br /> <line> 410 </line>\tab MANNERAS IF THE LANDS OR TENEMENTS HAD BEEN BY THE VASSAL\par<br /> <line> 411 </line>\tab RESIGNED INTO THE LANDS OF THE SUPERIOR AD PERPETUAM REMANENTIAM\par<br /> <line> 412 </line>\tab REMAING THERE FOR EVER\par<br /> <line> 413 </line>\par<br /> <line> 414 </line>\tab AND IT IS FURTHER ENACTED THAT IF THE SUPERIORS TO WHOM THE LANDS\par<br /> <line> 415 </line>\tab AND TENEMENTS ABOVE MENTIONED ARE DECLAIRED AND ORDAINED\par<br /> <line> 416 </line>\tab TO BELONG SHALL SHALL NOT WITHIN SIX MONTHS TO BE RECKONED FORM\par<br /> <line> 417 </line>\tab THE TIME OF THE ATTAINER OF THE OFFENDERS RESPECTIVELY OBTAIN\par<br /> <line> 418 </line>\tab THEMSELVES INFEFT OR DO DILLIGENCE REALLY AND

WITHOUT COLLUSION\par<br /> <line> 419 </line>\tab FOR ATTAINING POSSESSION IN EVERY SUCH CASE THE FORFEITURES\par<br /> <line> 420 </line>\tab SHALL BELONG TO HIS MAJESTY HIS HEIRS AND SUCCESSORS\par<br /> <line> 421 </line>\par<br /> <line> 422 </line>\tab BY A SUBSEQUENT ACT OF THE SAME YEAR OF HIS MAJESTYS REIGN\par<br /> <line> 423 </line>\tab ENTITLED ACT FOR THE ATTAINDER OF \cf1 GEORGE EARL OF MARISHAL\par<br /> <line> 424 </line>\tab WILLIAM EARL OF SEAFORTH \cf2 AND OTHERS OF HIGH TREASON\par<br /> <line> 425 </line>\tab UNLESS THEY SHALL SURRENDER THEMSELVES TO JUSTICE BY A DAY\par<br /> <line> 426 </line>\tab CERTAIN HEREIN MENTIONED\par<br /> <line> 427 </line>\tab IT IS ENACTED\par<br /> <line> 428 </line>\par<br /> <line> 429 </line>\tab THAT IF THE ABOVE PERSONS AND OTHERS THEREIN NAMED AMONG\par<br /> <line> 430 </line>\tab WHOM IS THE SAID \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD OF SLATE\cf2 SHOULD\par<br /> <line> 431 </line>\tab NOT RENDER THEMSELVES TO ONE OF HIS MAJESTYS JUSTICE\par<br /> <line> 432 </line>\tab OF THE PEACE ON OR BEFORE THE LAST DAY OF JUNE 1716\par<br /> <line> 433 </line>\par<br /> <line> 434 </line>\tab THEN EVERY OF THEM NOT RENDERING HIMSELF AS AFORESAID\par<br /> <line> 435 </line>\tab SHOULD FROM AND AFTER THE 13 OF NOVEMBER 1715 STAND\par<br /> <line> 436 </line>\tab AND BE ADJUDGED ATTAINED OF THE SAID HIGH TREASON TO\par<br /> <line> 437 </line>\tab ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES WHATSOEVER AND SHOULD SUFFER\par<br /> <line> 438 </line>\tab AND FORFEIT AS A PERSON ATTAINED OF HIGH TREASON BY THE LAWS\par<br /> <line> 439 </line>\tab OF THE LAND OUGHT TO SUFFER AND FORFEIT\par<br /> <line> 440 </line>\par<br /> <line> 441 </line>\tab\cf1 CS235/11/MISC- 2\par<br /> <line> 442 </line>\par<br /> <line> 443 </line>\tab\cf2 THE ESTATE OF SEAFORTH WAS AFFECTED WITH MANY AND VARIOUS\par<br /> <line> 444 </line>\tab APPRISEINGS ALL LED BEFORE THE YEAR 1650 FOR SUMS FAR \par<br /> <line> 445 </line>\tab EXCEEDING THE VALUE OF THE ESTATE AND WHEREOF THE LEGAL\par<br /> <line> 446 </line>\tab WAS EXPIRED AND WHICH WERE PURCHASED BY \cf1 SIR GEORGE MACKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 447 </line>\tab OF TARBET \cf2 AFTERWARDS EARL OF CROMARTY AND CERTAIN OTHER\par<br /> <line> 448 </line>\tab PERSONS WHO UPON THE RIGHTS ACQUIRED BY THEM DID EXPEDE\par<br />

<line> 449 </line>\tab INFEFTEMENTS IN THEIR OWN PERSON AS WILL APPEAR BY THE CHARTER\par<br /> <line> 450 </line>\tab UNDER THE GREAT SEAL DATED 30TH SEPTEMBER 1678 WHICH IS APON\par<br /> <line> 451 </line>\tab PUBLICK RECORD AND THEIR INFEFTMENT FOLLOWING THEREAPON\par<br /> <line> 452 </line>\tab IS DATED THE 15 OF NOVEMBER 1680 AND PRODUCED WITH THE \par<br /> <line> 453 </line>\tab VOUCHERS OF MY EXCEPTIONS FOR ASCERTAINING MY RIGHT\par<br /> <line> 454 </line>\tab AND TITLE TO THE ESTATE OF SEAFORTH\par<br /> <line> 455 </line>\par<br /> <line> 456 </line>\tab THE SAID \cf1 GEORGE MACKENZIE \cf2 AND OTHER PERSONS DENUDED\par<br /> <line> 457 </line>\tab THEMSELVES OF THE SAID LANDS AND ESTATE IN FAVOUR OF \cf1\par<br /> <line> 458 </line>\tab KENNETH MACKENZIE \cf2 BROTHER TO\cf1 SIR GEORGE MCKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 459 </line>\tab OF ROSEHAUGH \cf2 IN THE YEAR 1680\par<br /> <line> 460 </line>\par<br /> <line> 461 </line>\tab AND THE SAID\cf1 KENNETH MCKENZIE \cf2 DISPONED THE SAME IN\par<br /> <line> 462 </line>\tab FAVOUR OF \cf1 ISOBELL COUNTESS OF SEAFORTH \cf2 IN THE YEAR\par<br /> <line> 463 </line>\tab 1681 WHO IN VIRTUE OF HER RIGHT POSSESSED THE SAID ESTATE\par<br /> <line> 464 </line>\tab AND PERTINENTS THEREOF UNTIL THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY\par<br /> <line> 465 </line>\tab 1715\par<br /> <line> 466 </line>\par<br /> <line> 467 </line>\tab UPON THE DEMISE OF THE SAID \cf1 ISOBELL COUNTESS OF SEAFORTH\par<br /> <line> 468 </line>\tab\cf2 THE RIGHT OF THE SAID ESTATE DEVOLVED UPON THE EXCIPIENT\par<br /> <line> 469 </line>\tab AS HEIR NEAREST PROTESTANT HEIR \cf1 WILLIAM LATE EARL OF\par<br /> <line> 470 </line>\tab SEAFORTH\cf2 THOUGH A NEARER HEIR BY BLOOD THAN THE EXIPIENT\par<br /> <line> 471 </line>\tab BEING EXCLUDED BY THE ACT 23RD NOVEMBER 1700 ENTITLED ACT\par<br /> <line> 472 </line>\tab FOR PREVENTING THE GROWTH OF POVERTY\par<br /> <line> 473 </line>\par<br /> <line> 474 </line>\tab\cf1 THE FOURSCORE MERK LAND TROTTERNESS \cf2 LYING WITHIN THE\par<br /> <line> 475 </line>\tab PAROCHIAL OF \cf1 SNIZORT SKYE AND SHERIFDOM OF INVERNESS\par<br /> <line> 476 </line>\tab\cf2 AND WHICH BELONGED TO THE SAID \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD\par<br /> <line> 477 </line>\tab LATE OF SLATE\cf2 NOW ATTAINED BY THE FORECITED ACT ARE PART AND\par<br /> <line> 478 </line>\tab PORTION OF THE FORESAID ESTATE OF SEAFORTH AND WERE HOLDEN\par<br />

<line> 479 </line>\tab BY THE SAID \cf1 SIR DONALD MCDONALD \cf2 OR HIS PREDECESSORS OF-----\par<br /> <line> 480 </line>\tab\cf1 EARL OF SEAFORTH \cf2 AND THE RIGHT OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE\par<br /> <line> 481 </line>\tab SAID LANDS IS NOW IN THE PERSON OF THE EXCIPIENT BY HIS TITLE\par<br /> <line> 482 </line>\tab ABOVE DEDUCED\par<br /> <line> 483 </line>\par<br /> <line> 484 </line>\tab THE SAID EXCIPIENT AS HAVING THUS RIGHT TO THE SAID\cf1 FOUR\par<br /> <line> 485 </line>\tab SCORE MERKLANDS OF TROTTERNESS \cf2 LYING AS SAID IS DID IN \par<br /> <line> 486 </line>\tab PURSUANCE OF THE FORESAID ACT OF PARLIAMENT PRIMO\par<br /> <line> 487 </line>\tab GEORGII IN THE FIRST YEAR OF GEORGE ENTITLED ACT FOR\par<br /> <line> 488 </line>\tab ENCOURAGEING SUPERIORS VASSALS ETC DO DILIGENCE\par<br /> <line> 489 </line>\tab REALLY AND WITHOUT COLLUSION FOR ATTAINING THE POSSSESSION\par<br /> <line> 490 </line>\tab OF THE SAID LANDS\par<br /> <line> 491 </line>\par<br /> <line> 492 </line>\tab THEREFOR THE SAID EXCIPIENT AND HIS SAID CURATOR AS HAVING\par<br /> <line> 493 </line>\tab RIGHT AND TITLE TO THE SAID \cf1 FOURSCORE MERK \cf2 LAND IN MANNER\par<br /> <line> 494 </line>\tab AFORESAID AND BY VIRTUE OF THE ABOVE RECITED ACT OF THE\par<br /> <line> 495 </line>\tab FIRST OF HIS MAJESTYS REIGN ENTITLED ACT FOR ENCOURAGING\par<br /> <line> 496 </line>\tab SUPERIORS VASSALS ETC DOES PRESENT THE ABOVE EXCEPTIONS HUMBLY\par<br /> <line> 497 </line>\tab PRAYING THAT HIS RIGHT MAY BE DECLAIRED AND ASCERTAINED\par<br /> <line> 498 </line>\tab TO THE SAID \cf1 FOURSCORE MERK LAND\cf2 WITH PARTS AND PERTINENTS\par<br /> <line> 499 </line>\tab THEREOF AND THAT THE RENTS PROFITS AND ISSUES THERETO\par<br /> <line> 500 </line>\tab BELONGING AND PRESENTLY PAY OR THAT MAY BE PAYABLE BY\par<br /> <line> 501 </line>\tab THE TENENTS TACKSMEN OR POSSESSERS THEREOF SINCE THE \par<br /> <line> 502 </line>\tab TERM PRECEEDING THE SAID ATTAINER AND IN ALL TIME COMEING\par<br /> <line> 503 </line>\tab MAY BE DECLARED TO PERTAIN AND BELONG TO THE EXCIPIENT\par<br /> <line> 504 </line>\tab AND THAT THE COMMISSIONERS AND TRUSTEES APPOINTED FOR\par<br /> <line> 505 </line>\tab FORFEITED ESTATES MAY BE DISCHARGED FROM DISQUIETING\par<br /> <line> 506 </line>\tab AND MOLESTING THE EXCIPIENT IN THE PEACEABLE POSSESSION\par<br />

<line> 507 </line>\tab THEREOF\par<br /> <line> 508 </line>\par<br /> <line> 509 </line>\tab SAVEING AND RESERVING TO THE SAID EXCIPIENT ALL AND SUNDRY\par<br /> <line> 510 </line>\tab HIS FURTHER ALLEGATIONS ANSWERS AND REPLIES WHICH HE\par<br /> <line> 511 </line>\tab MAY HAVE OR SHALL HEREAFTER MAKE USE OF IN ORDER TO THE\par<br /> <line> 512 </line>\tab FURTHER CLEARING AND MAKING GOOD HIS RIGHT IF NEED BE\par<br /> <line> 513 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 KENNETH MACKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 514 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab ALEX MACKENZIE\par<br /> <line> 515 </line>\par<br /> <line> 516 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf2 EXAMINED 31 JULY 1719\par<br /> <line> 517 </line>\par<br /> <line> 518 </line>\tab THE LORDS HAVING HEARD THE WITHIN EXCEPTIONS ORDAIN\par<br /> <line> 519 </line>\tab THE SAME TO BE INTIMATE TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF ENQUIRY\par<br /> <line> 520 </line>\tab AT THEIR OFFICE AND RECORDED IN THE PARLAR REGISTER APPOINTED\par<br /> <line> 521 </line>\tab FOR THAT EFFECT CONFORM TO THE ACT OF SEDERUNT\par<br /> <line> 522 </line>\par<br /> <line> 523 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\cf1 W.ERCHNIES J.P.L.\cf2\par<br /> <line> 524 </line>\par<br /> <line> 525 </line>\tab\par<br /> <line> 526 </line>\par<br /> <line> 527 </line>\pard\tab\cf0\f1 thomas fraser of newton * isabel mackintosh\par<br /> <line> 528 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab of drakies\par<br /> <line> 529 </line>\par<br /> <line> 530 </line>\tab captain william fraser\tab\tab hugh fraser margaret chisholm\par<br /> <line> 531 </line>\tab of newton second son\par<br /> <line> 532 </line>\par<br /> <line> 533 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab thomas fraser of newton * katherine\par<br /> <line> 534 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab mackintosh\par<br /> <line> 535 </line>\par<br /> <line> 536 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab alexander fraser of newton\par<br /> <line> 537 </line>\tab\tab\tab\tab\tab b.15.6.1807 HEIC BENGAL \par<br /> <line> 538 </line>\par<br /> <line> 539 </line>\par<br /> <line> 540 </line>\par<br /> <line> 541 </line>\par<br /> <line> 542 </line>\par<br /> <line> 543 </line>\par<br /> <line> 544 </line>\par<br /> <line> 545 </line>\par<br /> <line> 546 </line>\par<br /> <line> 547 </line>\tab captain william fraser of culbokie\par<br /> <line> 548 </line>\tab 76th regiment died 31/8/1844\par<br /> <line> 549 </line>\tab inverness sheriff court\par<br /> <line> 550 </line>\tab sc29/44/6. service of heir 1844\par<br />

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