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A' Chòir-sgrìobhte Òir, builichte le Seumas Vl, 1592 (Pàirt 2)
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_2010_022_01_B
ÀITE
Inbhir Nis
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
INBHIR NIS: Inbhir Nis 's Am Bànath
DEIT
1 Am Faoilleach 1592
LINN
1590an
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis (stuth làmh-sgrìobhte)
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
1045
KEYWORDS
cùmhnantan
laghail
lagh
sgrìobhainnean
còirean fearainn
seulaichean
baile-rìoghail
The Great Charter or 'Golden Charter', granted by James VI, 1592 (Part 2)

Chaidh a' Chòir-sgrìobhte Mhòr air an robh cuideachd a' Chòir-sgrìobhte Òr ("Great/Golden Charter") a bhuileachadh le Seumas Vl aig an Ròd Naomh, Holyrood, a 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1592. 'S e ceann-là de 1591 a th' air a' chòir-sgrìobhte, ach gu ruig 1600 cha do thòisich a' bhliadhna Albannach a' 1mh Faoilleach; gu h-oifigeil thòisich gach bliadhna am 25mh Màrt (Lady Day) às dèidh na Nollaig, 's mar sin 's e a' 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1591 gu fìrinneach, san dòigh ùir, a' 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1592.

Tha an dealbh a' sealltainn beulaibh na sgrìobhainn.

[Airson beag-fhaclair de chuid de na briathran air an cleachdadh ann an sgrìobhainnean bhuirgh Inbhir Nis, feuch an lean sibh an ceangal faisg air bonn na duilleige seo.]

'S e seo an sgrìobhainn thùsail ann an Laidinn. Chaidh lethbhreac dheth sa chànain Albannaich a sgrìobhadh cuideachd (faic GB1796_2003_131_03_A-C) agus 's dòcha gu bheil sin co-aoiseach don chòir-sgrìobhte thùsail Laidinn air neo 's dòcha gun deach an lethbhreac a dhèanamh a-rithist.

TRAS-SGRÌOBHADH

[A' leantainn o Phàirt 1, GB1796_2010_022_01_A] ... All and haill the water of Ness, all the parts in both sides of the same betwixt the stone called Clachnahagaig and the sea, with all fishings and fishing places, as well of salmon as other fish, ports, havens, creeks, privileges, profits, and commodities, of the said water, and of, in, and upon the said water, and upon every part and side of the same, from the said stone even to the sea into which the said water runs, besides the fishing place called the Stell, with the fishing place of the pool called the Red Pool on the west side of the Ferry of Kessock, and with all the fishing and fishing places, as well of salmon as other fish, and all the ports, havens, creeks, privileges, profits, commodities, of the mouth of the said water of Ness, and of, in, and upon the said water mouth on both sides of the same, with special power, faculty, license, and privilege to our said burgh of Inverness, to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors of the same, both present and to come, by themselves, their servants, sub-tenants, in all time coming, to begin to fish on the said water of Ness with boats and nets yearly, and each year the 10th day of the month of November, and to use, and uphold, and repair, their water-works and cruives, of and on both sides and parts of the water of Ness, according to ancient use and custom; together with the privilege and power of free kists underneath the water-works, as the use is, with all the profits and commodities of the said kists: Likewise, all and haill the water of Kessock, and all the landing places on both sides of the said Ferry, and the said water of Ness, with power of ferrying to and from, upon the Ferry and water, by boats and other vessels, whatsoever things, men, cattle, corn, beasts, packs, timber, and other goods whatsoever, with all and sundry the mariners' profits and commodities of the said ferry boats and carrying vessels: Also, all and every one of the mills of our said burgh, called the King's mills, the multures and suckens, with the abstract and dry multures of the Castle Lands, and of all the lands which of old did appertain to the said mills, built on the said water of Ness, on the south side of the Castle, called Canackhill mill, demolished, destroyed, and cast down, by the special command and direction of our famous progenitors and predecessors, by the Provost, Aldermen, Bailies, Councillors, and community of our said burgh, for the time to be, and that they and their successors might possess and enjoy the said land multures, for the yearly payment of 36 merks usual money of our kingdom, at two usual terms, viz., Whitsunday and Martinmas in Winter time, by equal portions, abstracting, as by the tenor of these presents, for us and our successors perpetually we abstract, to the said mills, all corms which have or shall receive fire or water within the liberty, territory, and parish of our said burgh of Inverness, as well outsucken as insucken, that they may be brought and carried to the said mill only, wheresoever they are ground, and pay their multures of knaveship and others usual; together with power, faculty, privilege, liberty, and license, to our said burgh of Inverness, to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community of the same, and to the inhabitants thereof and their successors, to pasture their goods, pull heather, to cast and turn feal, fearn, divots, peats, turf, lime, clay, mortar, stones, and of making and exercising all other necessary, profitable things, to them, in and upon, whatsoever lands, hills, and places, as the said burgh and indwellers thereof have been accustomed to do, at any time bygone, and especially in and upon the hills called Craig Phadrick, Caiplich Moor, Davimont and Bogbain, and of carrying and transporting them thence to our said burgh of Inverness, and liberties thereof; and also with power, faculty, privilege, liberty, and license, to our said burgh of Inverness, the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community thereof, and the indwellers of the same, and their successors, their men, tenants, and servants, in boats and other vessels, upon the loch of Ness, and all other parts of the same, with their fuel, goods, cattle, burdens, and other necessaries whatsoever, to sail to and return, carry and transport, to the said burgh of Inverness, and to the liberties thereof, and from these places to any other places whatsomever; and likewise with two market days weekly, on Wednesday and Saturday, to our said burgh of Inverness; together with eight free fairs eight times in the year, viz., one fair on Palm Sunday, the second fair on the 7th day of the month of July, called St Andrew's Fair, the Boyle Fair, which was holden at Redcastle, now demolished and abolished, the third fair on the 15th day of the month of August, called Mary Fair, the fourth fair on the day of the Holy Cross in Harvest, called the Rood, the fifth fair on the 10th day of the month of November called Martinmas Fair, which was holden of old in the Church of St Martin in Ardmeonach, now lying waste, the sixth fair on the - day of December, before the Nativity of our Lord, called St Thomas' Fair, the seventh fair on the first day of February, called Feylpadrick (Patrick's Fair), and the eighth fair on the - day of - called St Mark's Fair, and every one of the said free markets to be kept for eight days, and the customs, commodities, ... Of the said eight free fairs and the weekly markets, will all and every one of the Burghal ferms and Petty Customs of the said burgh of Inverness, and of all towns, cities, villages, market-places, and streets within our sheriffdom of Inverness, and especially the colleges of the Burgh of Tain, Ross, Merkinch, Chanonry, Dornoch, Thurso and Wick in Caithness, to be intromitted, levied, received, gathered, and applied to the public use and good of our said burgh of Inverness; and likewise with liberty and privilege to our said burgh of Inverness, and to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community thereof, and their successors, that no ship, boat, barque, or vessel, sailing betwixt the Tarbetness with wine, salt fish, timber, and other merchandice, ought to be disburdened or break bulk till it come to our said burgh of Inverness, and there, may be exonered and break bulk, as to the first and principal burgh of our said Sheriffdom of Inverness.

Moreover, we, with advice, express consent and assent of our foresaids, have given and granted, as by the tenor if these presents we give, grant, and for us and our successors perpetually confirm to the foresaids Provost, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors, that they should be all time coming crowners [coroners] within themselves, and that they shall have liberty and jurisdiction within the said burgh of Inverness, in all Justice-aires and Courts of Justice, and in other Courts whatsomever, crowners of their own fellow-burgesses, dwelling in our said burgh of Inverness, whom themselves, Provost, Bailies, Councillors of the same, and their successors, at their own pleasure yearly, and for so long time as they will please, have thought fit to be chosen, and likewise that all time coming they shall have and my have within themselves a Sheriff of their own fellow-burgesses, dwelling in our said burgh of Inverness, whom the said Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and their successors, according to their pleasure yearly, and for every year they will, and think fit to be chosen, which crowners and sheriffs of our said burgh of Inverness shall have, by their own charter, the full and free power and authority of our heirs and successors, Kings of Scotland, of administrating, exercising, and governing of the full and whole offices of crowners and sheriffs within our said burgh of Inverness, and liberties of the same, and the foresaid lands, waters, places, and other things anywise belonging to our said burgh of Inverness: As also the said weekly markets of the foresaid eight free fairs, of justly correcting transgressors in them, and duly punishing excess, amerciaments, fines, escheats, commodities, casualties, duties, faults, and profits, coming from them, of lifting and gathering them, with all rent, escheats, amerciaments, commodities, and fines of the Courts and Jurisdictions of the same, the lands, waters, and others pertaining to our said burgh of Inverness, together with all and every one of the amerciaments, escheats, rents, of all Justice-aires and all Courts of Justice within our said burgh of Inverness, lands, territories, waters, liberties, and jurisdictions of the same, and of all escheats, amerciaments of all and sundry persons dwelling, or who shall dwell in time coming, within our said burgh of Inverness, territory and liberty of the same, for whatsoever crime, fault, fact, or occasion, in time coming: And with all customs, anchorage, and commodities of the foresaid ports and havens, and with all and sundry the ferm dues, customs, tolls, profits, commodities, casualties, and other things foresaid, we, by these presents, give, grant, and for us and our successors perpetually confirm, to our foresaid Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors for ever, to the upholding, repairing, and decoring of our said burgh, of the bridge and other common works of the same; with power to the said Sheriff to substitute a sub-sheriff holding the law, and deputes, one or more, for whom he shall be obliged to answer; which Sheriff and his under-sheriff holding his place, and deputes every year shall be obliged perpetually to render their accounts before our hearers and our successors, of our accounts, for the time, that shall be over the Exchequer, concerning their receipts, as the custom is: We will also that our said Sheriff, or those who hold the place and deputes, shall appear before us and our successors' Justice-aires, or any of the aires within said burgh of Inverness, to answer to the King's calumny to be objected to them in administration of their offices: Moreover, to our Justiciary on the north side of the water of Forth and his deputes, as also to the Crowners, Sheriffs, and their deputes, holding their place, who shall be for the time, by the tenor of these presents we firmly will and command our foresaid Provosts, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors, out of the foresaid profits, commodities, and casualties of our said offices, and of the said fines, excesses, escheats, anerciaments, and dues of our said Justic-aires, and of their own foresaid Justice Courts, and of all other Courts holden, as is prescribed, that they may make them fully and wholly to be obedient and answerable to all and every one of the foresaids: We also firmly will and command, and by the tenor of this our present charter, to all and sundry to whom it may concern, in so far as to the said Crowners and Sheriffs, and those who hold their places, and deputes who shall be for the time, in all and sundry things pertaining to the said offices of Crowners and Sheriffs, that they answer, obey, and apply themselves promptly under pain of all things which might be done or committed towards us: Moreover, we and our successors give, grant, and perpetually confirm, to the said burgesses of Inverness, and to their successors, that they have their own merchant guild, except litstars and weavers, and that they choose yearly a Dean of the said Guild, and gather to the public use of the said burgh of Inverness, all commodities and casualties belonging to the said Guild: ... 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A' Chòir-sgrìobhte Òir, builichte le Seumas Vl, 1592 (Pàirt 2)

INBHIR NIS: Inbhir Nis 's Am Bànath

1590an

cùmhnantan; laghail; lagh; sgrìobhainnean; còirean fearainn; seulaichean; baile-rìoghail

Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis (stuth làmh-sgrìobhte)

Inverness Burgh Documents (2)

Chaidh a' Chòir-sgrìobhte Mhòr air an robh cuideachd a' Chòir-sgrìobhte Òr ("Great/Golden Charter") a bhuileachadh le Seumas Vl aig an Ròd Naomh, Holyrood, a 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1592. 'S e ceann-là de 1591 a th' air a' chòir-sgrìobhte, ach gu ruig 1600 cha do thòisich a' bhliadhna Albannach a' 1mh Faoilleach; gu h-oifigeil thòisich gach bliadhna am 25mh Màrt (Lady Day) às dèidh na Nollaig, 's mar sin 's e a' 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1591 gu fìrinneach, san dòigh ùir, a' 1mh den Fhaoilleach 1592.<br /> <br /> Tha an dealbh a' sealltainn beulaibh na sgrìobhainn.<br /> <br /> [Airson beag-fhaclair de chuid de na briathran air an cleachdadh ann an sgrìobhainnean bhuirgh Inbhir Nis, feuch an lean sibh an ceangal faisg air bonn na duilleige seo.]<br /> <br /> 'S e seo an sgrìobhainn thùsail ann an Laidinn. Chaidh lethbhreac dheth sa chànain Albannaich a sgrìobhadh cuideachd (faic GB1796_2003_131_03_A-C) agus 's dòcha gu bheil sin co-aoiseach don chòir-sgrìobhte thùsail Laidinn air neo 's dòcha gun deach an lethbhreac a dhèanamh a-rithist.<br /> <br /> TRAS-SGRÌOBHADH<br /> <br /> [A' leantainn o Phàirt 1, GB1796_2010_022_01_A] ... All and haill the water of Ness, all the parts in both sides of the same betwixt the stone called Clachnahagaig and the sea, with all fishings and fishing places, as well of salmon as other fish, ports, havens, creeks, privileges, profits, and commodities, of the said water, and of, in, and upon the said water, and upon every part and side of the same, from the said stone even to the sea into which the said water runs, besides the fishing place called the Stell, with the fishing place of the pool called the Red Pool on the west side of the Ferry of Kessock, and with all the fishing and fishing places, as well of salmon as other fish, and all the ports, havens, creeks, privileges, profits, commodities, of the mouth of the said water of Ness, and of, in, and upon the said water mouth on both sides of the same, with special power, faculty, license, and privilege to our said burgh of Inverness, to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors of the same, both present and to come, by themselves, their servants, sub-tenants, in all time coming, to begin to fish on the said water of Ness with boats and nets yearly, and each year the 10th day of the month of November, and to use, and uphold, and repair, their water-works and cruives, of and on both sides and parts of the water of Ness, according to ancient use and custom; together with the privilege and power of free kists underneath the water-works, as the use is, with all the profits and commodities of the said kists: Likewise, all and haill the water of Kessock, and all the landing places on both sides of the said Ferry, and the said water of Ness, with power of ferrying to and from, upon the Ferry and water, by boats and other vessels, whatsoever things, men, cattle, corn, beasts, packs, timber, and other goods whatsoever, with all and sundry the mariners' profits and commodities of the said ferry boats and carrying vessels: Also, all and every one of the mills of our said burgh, called the King's mills, the multures and suckens, with the abstract and dry multures of the Castle Lands, and of all the lands which of old did appertain to the said mills, built on the said water of Ness, on the south side of the Castle, called Canackhill mill, demolished, destroyed, and cast down, by the special command and direction of our famous progenitors and predecessors, by the Provost, Aldermen, Bailies, Councillors, and community of our said burgh, for the time to be, and that they and their successors might possess and enjoy the said land multures, for the yearly payment of 36 merks usual money of our kingdom, at two usual terms, viz., Whitsunday and Martinmas in Winter time, by equal portions, abstracting, as by the tenor of these presents, for us and our successors perpetually we abstract, to the said mills, all corms which have or shall receive fire or water within the liberty, territory, and parish of our said burgh of Inverness, as well outsucken as insucken, that they may be brought and carried to the said mill only, wheresoever they are ground, and pay their multures of knaveship and others usual; together with power, faculty, privilege, liberty, and license, to our said burgh of Inverness, to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community of the same, and to the inhabitants thereof and their successors, to pasture their goods, pull heather, to cast and turn feal, fearn, divots, peats, turf, lime, clay, mortar, stones, and of making and exercising all other necessary, profitable things, to them, in and upon, whatsoever lands, hills, and places, as the said burgh and indwellers thereof have been accustomed to do, at any time bygone, and especially in and upon the hills called Craig Phadrick, Caiplich Moor, Davimont and Bogbain, and of carrying and transporting them thence to our said burgh of Inverness, and liberties thereof; and also with power, faculty, privilege, liberty, and license, to our said burgh of Inverness, the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community thereof, and the indwellers of the same, and their successors, their men, tenants, and servants, in boats and other vessels, upon the loch of Ness, and all other parts of the same, with their fuel, goods, cattle, burdens, and other necessaries whatsoever, to sail to and return, carry and transport, to the said burgh of Inverness, and to the liberties thereof, and from these places to any other places whatsomever; and likewise with two market days weekly, on Wednesday and Saturday, to our said burgh of Inverness; together with eight free fairs eight times in the year, viz., one fair on Palm Sunday, the second fair on the 7th day of the month of July, called St Andrew's Fair, the Boyle Fair, which was holden at Redcastle, now demolished and abolished, the third fair on the 15th day of the month of August, called Mary Fair, the fourth fair on the day of the Holy Cross in Harvest, called the Rood, the fifth fair on the 10th day of the month of November called Martinmas Fair, which was holden of old in the Church of St Martin in Ardmeonach, now lying waste, the sixth fair on the - day of December, before the Nativity of our Lord, called St Thomas' Fair, the seventh fair on the first day of February, called Feylpadrick (Patrick's Fair), and the eighth fair on the - day of - called St Mark's Fair, and every one of the said free markets to be kept for eight days, and the customs, commodities, ... Of the said eight free fairs and the weekly markets, will all and every one of the Burghal ferms and Petty Customs of the said burgh of Inverness, and of all towns, cities, villages, market-places, and streets within our sheriffdom of Inverness, and especially the colleges of the Burgh of Tain, Ross, Merkinch, Chanonry, Dornoch, Thurso and Wick in Caithness, to be intromitted, levied, received, gathered, and applied to the public use and good of our said burgh of Inverness; and likewise with liberty and privilege to our said burgh of Inverness, and to the Provost, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community thereof, and their successors, that no ship, boat, barque, or vessel, sailing betwixt the Tarbetness with wine, salt fish, timber, and other merchandice, ought to be disburdened or break bulk till it come to our said burgh of Inverness, and there, may be exonered and break bulk, as to the first and principal burgh of our said Sheriffdom of Inverness.<br /> <br /> Moreover, we, with advice, express consent and assent of our foresaids, have given and granted, as by the tenor if these presents we give, grant, and for us and our successors perpetually confirm to the foresaids Provost, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors, that they should be all time coming crowners [coroners] within themselves, and that they shall have liberty and jurisdiction within the said burgh of Inverness, in all Justice-aires and Courts of Justice, and in other Courts whatsomever, crowners of their own fellow-burgesses, dwelling in our said burgh of Inverness, whom themselves, Provost, Bailies, Councillors of the same, and their successors, at their own pleasure yearly, and for so long time as they will please, have thought fit to be chosen, and likewise that all time coming they shall have and my have within themselves a Sheriff of their own fellow-burgesses, dwelling in our said burgh of Inverness, whom the said Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and their successors, according to their pleasure yearly, and for every year they will, and think fit to be chosen, which crowners and sheriffs of our said burgh of Inverness shall have, by their own charter, the full and free power and authority of our heirs and successors, Kings of Scotland, of administrating, exercising, and governing of the full and whole offices of crowners and sheriffs within our said burgh of Inverness, and liberties of the same, and the foresaid lands, waters, places, and other things anywise belonging to our said burgh of Inverness: As also the said weekly markets of the foresaid eight free fairs, of justly correcting transgressors in them, and duly punishing excess, amerciaments, fines, escheats, commodities, casualties, duties, faults, and profits, coming from them, of lifting and gathering them, with all rent, escheats, amerciaments, commodities, and fines of the Courts and Jurisdictions of the same, the lands, waters, and others pertaining to our said burgh of Inverness, together with all and every one of the amerciaments, escheats, rents, of all Justice-aires and all Courts of Justice within our said burgh of Inverness, lands, territories, waters, liberties, and jurisdictions of the same, and of all escheats, amerciaments of all and sundry persons dwelling, or who shall dwell in time coming, within our said burgh of Inverness, territory and liberty of the same, for whatsoever crime, fault, fact, or occasion, in time coming: And with all customs, anchorage, and commodities of the foresaid ports and havens, and with all and sundry the ferm dues, customs, tolls, profits, commodities, casualties, and other things foresaid, we, by these presents, give, grant, and for us and our successors perpetually confirm, to our foresaid Provost, Bailies, Councillors, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors for ever, to the upholding, repairing, and decoring of our said burgh, of the bridge and other common works of the same; with power to the said Sheriff to substitute a sub-sheriff holding the law, and deputes, one or more, for whom he shall be obliged to answer; which Sheriff and his under-sheriff holding his place, and deputes every year shall be obliged perpetually to render their accounts before our hearers and our successors, of our accounts, for the time, that shall be over the Exchequer, concerning their receipts, as the custom is: We will also that our said Sheriff, or those who hold the place and deputes, shall appear before us and our successors' Justice-aires, or any of the aires within said burgh of Inverness, to answer to the King's calumny to be objected to them in administration of their offices: Moreover, to our Justiciary on the north side of the water of Forth and his deputes, as also to the Crowners, Sheriffs, and their deputes, holding their place, who shall be for the time, by the tenor of these presents we firmly will and command our foresaid Provosts, Bailies, Councillors, Burgesses, and community of our said burgh of Inverness, and their successors, out of the foresaid profits, commodities, and casualties of our said offices, and of the said fines, excesses, escheats, anerciaments, and dues of our said Justic-aires, and of their own foresaid Justice Courts, and of all other Courts holden, as is prescribed, that they may make them fully and wholly to be obedient and answerable to all and every one of the foresaids: We also firmly will and command, and by the tenor of this our present charter, to all and sundry to whom it may concern, in so far as to the said Crowners and Sheriffs, and those who hold their places, and deputes who shall be for the time, in all and sundry things pertaining to the said offices of Crowners and Sheriffs, that they answer, obey, and apply themselves promptly under pain of all things which might be done or committed towards us: Moreover, we and our successors give, grant, and perpetually confirm, to the said burgesses of Inverness, and to their successors, that they have their own merchant guild, except litstars and weavers, and that they choose yearly a Dean of the said Guild, and gather to the public use of the said burgh of Inverness, all commodities and casualties belonging to the said Guild: ... 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