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Tabhartas Fearainn le Iain, Easbaig Mhoireibh, 4 Lùnastail 1361 (Beulaibh)
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GB1796_2002_163_01
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Inbhir Nis
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
INBHIR NIS: Inbhir Nis 's Am Bànath
DEIT
4 An Lùnastal 1361
LINN
1360an
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis (stuth làmh-sgrìobhte)
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
938
KEYWORDS
cùmhnantan
laghail
lagh
sgrìobhainnean
còirean fearainn
seulaichean
baile-rìoghail
Grant of Lands by John, Bishop of Moray, 4 August 1361 (Front)

Tha an sgrìobhainn lagha seo, air a dhèanamh le Iain, Easbaig Mhoireibh, an 4mh Lùnastail 1361, agus air a dhearbhadh a-rithist am 20mh Gearran 1365 le Alasdair, Easbaig Mhoireibh, a' buileachadh fearainn ann an Inbhir Nis agus mu thimcheall, mar ghabhail màil-talmhainn (no cairbhist), gu Iain Scott, neach-buirgh Inbhir Nis, ach an cruinnich e aon cheud tasdanan 'sterling' airson neach-caibeil a bhios a' frithealadh ann an caibeal na h-Òigh Beannaichte Moire (an-diugh na Leas a' Chaibeil).

Tha an dealbh a' sealltainn beulaibh na sgrìobhainn.

Tha an tabhartas a' sealltainn mar a bha seilbh fearainn a' bhuirgh, an dèidh dà cheud bliadhna de leasachadh a' bhaile, air fàs briste: bha e na b' fhasa don easbaig cairbhist air na pìosan sgapte fearainn seo a bhuileachadh air Iain Scott na bha e an t-airgead a chruinneachadh dha fhèin, ach an togadh e am maoin a dh'fheumadh a bhith ann gus am biodh neach-caibeil ùr aig Caibeal na Naoimh Moire.

A' coimhead air ceann-là na sgrìobhainn seo, b' ann a' chiadamh den Lùnastail a bha là fèill an Naoimh Peadair ad Vincula. Ann an 1361, b' ann am Màirt 28mh a bha a' Chaisg agus mar sin b' e Latha na Sàbaid a bha sa Imh Lùnastail. B' e Lùnastail 4mh a bha san Diacadain às dèidh seo (mar a tha e ag innse aig bonn na sgrìobhainn), agus tha seo a' leigeil leinn fìor cheann-là a chur ris an sgrìobhainn seo.

Ann am foillseachadh bho 1875 aig Teàrlach Friseal-Mac anTòisich, 'Invernessiana: Contributions Toward a History of the Town and Parish of Inverness, from 1160 to 1599' (dgn 66-67), tha an sgrìobhainn air eadar-theangachadh on Laidinn thùsail mar seo:

[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.]

'To all who shall see or here of this writ, John, by divine permission, the humble minister of the Church of Moray; Greeting eternal in the Lord: Let all know that we, with the common consent of our Dean and Chapter, and also of Master Eustacius, perpetual vicar of Inverness, have granted and feued to John Scot, burgess of Inverness, all the lands and possessions after-mentioned belonging to the Chapel of St. Mary's of Inverness - namely, one piece of the land of the Crasse, with it pertinents, of the gift of our gracious Prince, Lord David, illustrious King of Scots, containing 18 acres of land, lying next to the land of St. Mary's Parochial Church of Inverness, on the south, on the one part, stretching beyond the Scathgate, at the east, and extending in length equally with the land of St Mary's aforesaid, and between the Crasse, on the north, on the other: Item - Four acres of the gift of Alan Freskyne, two acres of which, with three roods, lie in the Schipflat (shiplands), between the land of Alan Vayrement, on the north, on the one part, and the land of William Walker, on the south, on the other, in breadth: in length, between the way which is called Scathgat and the water of Ness - but one rood lies in the same plain between the land of Friar John of Inverness on the south, on the one part, and the land of Walter, called Man, on the north, on the other, in breadth; in length, as aforesaid: A fourth acre lies beyond Markhynch, in the Churryflat, extending towards the water of Ness, in length; but in breadth, between the land of Andrew Scot, on the south, on the one part, and the land of Andrew Sankyrs, on the north, on the other: Item - Six acres of land of the gift of the sisters and heiresses, Susanna and Eda of the Old Castle, three acres of which lie in the Halc (Haugh), extending in length to the road which is called Scatisgat, towards Knokyntynole, on the north, on the one part, and towards the Mill, on the south, on the other; two acres lie in the plain of the Old Castle, extending in length towards the road by which we go to Kingsmills, on the south, on the one part, and towards Brumybanc, on the north, on the other; the sixth acre lies in the same plain towards the east, extending in the same manner as the two preceding in length, between the south and north: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Marjory, called Dyll, lying on the western side of the water of Ness, below the Croftys, between the land of Sir Thomas, called Weyt, chaplain, on the north, on the one part, and the land of one called Coki on the south, on the other, in breadth; but in length, extending from the water of Ness towards the east, to the land of Kynmyly, towards the west: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Stephen Skynnar, lying in the same plain between the land of one called John Rossach, at the south, on the one part, and the land of the heir of John Qhwelwrycht at the north, on the other: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Alexander Irynpurs, lying in the same plain between the land which John, son of Hugh de of Cristinus de Ard, held on the south, on the one part, and the land of William Pylche, on the north, on the other: Item - Two acres and a half of the gift of William Tauernere, lying together in the Damysdale, between the land of the Lord Abbot of Kinloss, on the east, on the one part, and the land of John, called Pedoc, at the west, on the other, in breadth; but in length, extending from the High Street (via regia), under the rock (the Castle Hill), towards the south to the headland on the north: Item - Four merks of annual rent of the gift of the nobleman William, Earl of Ross, to be paid annually out of the land of Culclochy: Item - One rood of the land of the gift of Matilda, called Defe, lying on the east side of the foresaid Chapel, between the Churchyard of the same, on the west, on the one part, and the land of St Katherine, the Virgin, on the east, on the other; and one rood of the land which is called the land of St Katherine aforesaid, lying on the east of the foresaid Chapel, next the land of the Abbot of Aberbrothok, for which rood the said John and his heirs shall pay yearly, at the feast of St Martin in winter, twelve pence sterling for the illuminating of St Katherine's aforesaid, to the Vicar who shall for the time be in the Parochial Church of Inverness: To be held and had by him and his heirs for ever of us and our successors, freely, quietly, and honourably, with all their pertinents, in pure and perpetual charity: Paying therefor, he and his heirs yearly to one chaplain performing divine worship for ever in said Church, one hundred shillings sterling at two terms in the year - namely, one half at the Feast of Pentecost, and the other half at the feast of St Martin, in the winter: But if it happens, which God forbid, that the said John Scot or his heirs fail in payment of said money within twenty days after the lapse of any of the above written terms, he and they shall give for every week during which they shall refrain from payment of said money, two shillings sterling, in name of penalty to be converted to the use of lighting the Holy Cross of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity of Elgin: And to faithfully observe all and sundry the premises the foresaid John has obliged himself, his heirs, and all the lands and possessions which they possess or shall in future possess, both within and without the burgh of Inverness: And if it happens, which God forbid, that the said John or any of his heirs go against the said agreement in any way, they shall give in name of penalty to the fabric of the Cathedral Church of Elgin one hundred pounds sterling before any step of law, the present agreement, however, shall endure continually by its own strength, and they have submitted themselves to the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Moray and his official who may for the time be that they or any of them may strictly compel them to observe all the premises by all manner of ecclesiastical censure: And we of our special favour have granted to the foresaid John and his heirs, from us and our successors, that as often as it shall happen that the foresaid Church is vacant, they may present a fit chaplain to us and our successors for said Chapel: In testimony of all which we have caused our authentic seal, together with the common seal of the Chapter aforesaid, and of Master Eustacius, perpetual vicar of Inverness, above named, to be appended to these presents. At Spyni, on the Wednesday next after the Feast of St Peter ad vincula (1st August) in the year of grace, 1361.'

Àireamh so-ruigsinn: INVMG 2002.163

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Tabhartas Fearainn le Iain, Easbaig Mhoireibh, 4 Lùnastail 1361 (Beulaibh)

INBHIR NIS: Inbhir Nis 's Am Bànath

1360an

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

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

Inverness Burgh Documents (2)

Tha an sgrìobhainn lagha seo, air a dhèanamh le Iain, Easbaig Mhoireibh, an 4mh Lùnastail 1361, agus air a dhearbhadh a-rithist am 20mh Gearran 1365 le Alasdair, Easbaig Mhoireibh, a' buileachadh fearainn ann an Inbhir Nis agus mu thimcheall, mar ghabhail màil-talmhainn (no cairbhist), gu Iain Scott, neach-buirgh Inbhir Nis, ach an cruinnich e aon cheud tasdanan 'sterling' airson neach-caibeil a bhios a' frithealadh ann an caibeal na h-Òigh Beannaichte Moire (an-diugh na Leas a' Chaibeil).<br /> <br /> Tha an dealbh a' sealltainn beulaibh na sgrìobhainn.<br /> <br /> Tha an tabhartas a' sealltainn mar a bha seilbh fearainn a' bhuirgh, an dèidh dà cheud bliadhna de leasachadh a' bhaile, air fàs briste: bha e na b' fhasa don easbaig cairbhist air na pìosan sgapte fearainn seo a bhuileachadh air Iain Scott na bha e an t-airgead a chruinneachadh dha fhèin, ach an togadh e am maoin a dh'fheumadh a bhith ann gus am biodh neach-caibeil ùr aig Caibeal na Naoimh Moire. <br /> <br /> A' coimhead air ceann-là na sgrìobhainn seo, b' ann a' chiadamh den Lùnastail a bha là fèill an Naoimh Peadair ad Vincula. Ann an 1361, b' ann am Màirt 28mh a bha a' Chaisg agus mar sin b' e Latha na Sàbaid a bha sa Imh Lùnastail. B' e Lùnastail 4mh a bha san Diacadain às dèidh seo (mar a tha e ag innse aig bonn na sgrìobhainn), agus tha seo a' leigeil leinn fìor cheann-là a chur ris an sgrìobhainn seo. <br /> <br /> Ann am foillseachadh bho 1875 aig Teàrlach Friseal-Mac anTòisich, 'Invernessiana: Contributions Toward a History of the Town and Parish of Inverness, from 1160 to 1599' (dgn 66-67), tha an sgrìobhainn air eadar-theangachadh on Laidinn thùsail mar seo: <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 /> 'To all who shall see or here of this writ, John, by divine permission, the humble minister of the Church of Moray; Greeting eternal in the Lord: Let all know that we, with the common consent of our Dean and Chapter, and also of Master Eustacius, perpetual vicar of Inverness, have granted and feued to John Scot, burgess of Inverness, all the lands and possessions after-mentioned belonging to the Chapel of St. Mary's of Inverness - namely, one piece of the land of the Crasse, with it pertinents, of the gift of our gracious Prince, Lord David, illustrious King of Scots, containing 18 acres of land, lying next to the land of St. Mary's Parochial Church of Inverness, on the south, on the one part, stretching beyond the Scathgate, at the east, and extending in length equally with the land of St Mary's aforesaid, and between the Crasse, on the north, on the other: Item - Four acres of the gift of Alan Freskyne, two acres of which, with three roods, lie in the Schipflat (shiplands), between the land of Alan Vayrement, on the north, on the one part, and the land of William Walker, on the south, on the other, in breadth: in length, between the way which is called Scathgat and the water of Ness - but one rood lies in the same plain between the land of Friar John of Inverness on the south, on the one part, and the land of Walter, called Man, on the north, on the other, in breadth; in length, as aforesaid: A fourth acre lies beyond Markhynch, in the Churryflat, extending towards the water of Ness, in length; but in breadth, between the land of Andrew Scot, on the south, on the one part, and the land of Andrew Sankyrs, on the north, on the other: Item - Six acres of land of the gift of the sisters and heiresses, Susanna and Eda of the Old Castle, three acres of which lie in the Halc (Haugh), extending in length to the road which is called Scatisgat, towards Knokyntynole, on the north, on the one part, and towards the Mill, on the south, on the other; two acres lie in the plain of the Old Castle, extending in length towards the road by which we go to Kingsmills, on the south, on the one part, and towards Brumybanc, on the north, on the other; the sixth acre lies in the same plain towards the east, extending in the same manner as the two preceding in length, between the south and north: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Marjory, called Dyll, lying on the western side of the water of Ness, below the Croftys, between the land of Sir Thomas, called Weyt, chaplain, on the north, on the one part, and the land of one called Coki on the south, on the other, in breadth; but in length, extending from the water of Ness towards the east, to the land of Kynmyly, towards the west: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Stephen Skynnar, lying in the same plain between the land of one called John Rossach, at the south, on the one part, and the land of the heir of John Qhwelwrycht at the north, on the other: Item - One rood of land of the gift of Alexander Irynpurs, lying in the same plain between the land which John, son of Hugh de of Cristinus de Ard, held on the south, on the one part, and the land of William Pylche, on the north, on the other: Item - Two acres and a half of the gift of William Tauernere, lying together in the Damysdale, between the land of the Lord Abbot of Kinloss, on the east, on the one part, and the land of John, called Pedoc, at the west, on the other, in breadth; but in length, extending from the High Street (via regia), under the rock (the Castle Hill), towards the south to the headland on the north: Item - Four merks of annual rent of the gift of the nobleman William, Earl of Ross, to be paid annually out of the land of Culclochy: Item - One rood of the land of the gift of Matilda, called Defe, lying on the east side of the foresaid Chapel, between the Churchyard of the same, on the west, on the one part, and the land of St Katherine, the Virgin, on the east, on the other; and one rood of the land which is called the land of St Katherine aforesaid, lying on the east of the foresaid Chapel, next the land of the Abbot of Aberbrothok, for which rood the said John and his heirs shall pay yearly, at the feast of St Martin in winter, twelve pence sterling for the illuminating of St Katherine's aforesaid, to the Vicar who shall for the time be in the Parochial Church of Inverness: To be held and had by him and his heirs for ever of us and our successors, freely, quietly, and honourably, with all their pertinents, in pure and perpetual charity: Paying therefor, he and his heirs yearly to one chaplain performing divine worship for ever in said Church, one hundred shillings sterling at two terms in the year - namely, one half at the Feast of Pentecost, and the other half at the feast of St Martin, in the winter: But if it happens, which God forbid, that the said John Scot or his heirs fail in payment of said money within twenty days after the lapse of any of the above written terms, he and they shall give for every week during which they shall refrain from payment of said money, two shillings sterling, in name of penalty to be converted to the use of lighting the Holy Cross of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity of Elgin: And to faithfully observe all and sundry the premises the foresaid John has obliged himself, his heirs, and all the lands and possessions which they possess or shall in future possess, both within and without the burgh of Inverness: And if it happens, which God forbid, that the said John or any of his heirs go against the said agreement in any way, they shall give in name of penalty to the fabric of the Cathedral Church of Elgin one hundred pounds sterling before any step of law, the present agreement, however, shall endure continually by its own strength, and they have submitted themselves to the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Moray and his official who may for the time be that they or any of them may strictly compel them to observe all the premises by all manner of ecclesiastical censure: And we of our special favour have granted to the foresaid John and his heirs, from us and our successors, that as often as it shall happen that the foresaid Church is vacant, they may present a fit chaplain to us and our successors for said Chapel: In testimony of all which we have caused our authentic seal, together with the common seal of the Chapter aforesaid, and of Master Eustacius, perpetual vicar of Inverness, above named, to be appended to these presents. At Spyni, on the Wednesday next after the Feast of St Peter ad vincula (1st August) in the year of grace, 1361.'<br /> <br /> Àireamh so-ruigsinn: INVMG 2002.163 <br /> <br /> <a href=" http://www.ambaile.org.uk/?service=asset&action=show_zoom_window_popup&language=gd&asset=708&location=grid&asset_list=19947,708&basket_item_id=undefined" target=”_blank”> Clàr-mìneachaidh</a>