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TITLE
Account of Deficient Casualties & Rents, 1751 (Back)
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_2003_007_2
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
DATE OF IMAGE
6 August 1751
PERIOD
1750s
SOURCE
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
ASSET ID
959
KEYWORDS
manuscripts
burgh accounts
Account of Deficient Casualties & Rents, 1751 (Back)

In this document dated 6 August 1751, Andrew Murray, late treasurer of Inverness, lists the 'Deficient Casualties & Rents' in the years of his office from Michaelmas 1744 to Michaelmas 1746.

Included in the list of debtors is Baillie Gilbert Gordon for the rent of the '6th Lot of the New Improved Carse grownd possessed by him by Tack for the Crop 1745 payable at Whits 1746' and 'A Ballance due by the Improvers of Bogg Bain yet resting of the money which the Magistrates ordered to send them to buy them meal for their Support in 1745'. (This balance, three pounds and eighteen shillings, was later paid on 23 March, 1759.) The total amount of debt is two hundred and twenty eight pounds, sixteen shillings, Scots money.

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Account of Deficient Casualties & Rents, 1751 (Back)

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

1750s

manuscripts; burgh accounts;

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

Inverness Burgh Treasurer's Accounts: Outstanding Debts

In this document dated 6 August 1751, Andrew Murray, late treasurer of Inverness, lists the 'Deficient Casualties & Rents' in the years of his office from Michaelmas 1744 to Michaelmas 1746. <br /> <br /> Included in the list of debtors is Baillie Gilbert Gordon for the rent of the '6th Lot of the New Improved Carse grownd possessed by him by Tack for the Crop 1745 payable at Whits 1746' and 'A Ballance due by the Improvers of Bogg Bain yet resting of the money which the Magistrates ordered to send them to buy them meal for their Support in 1745'. (This balance, three pounds and eighteen shillings, was later paid on 23 March, 1759.) The total amount of debt is two hundred and twenty eight pounds, sixteen shillings, Scots money.<br /> <br /> The image shows the back of the document.