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The Edinburgh almanack for the year M, DCC, LXIX. Being the first after leap year, and of the Julian Period 6482 : Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to the Right Hon. James Stewart, Esq ; Lord Provost. James Guthrie, Robert Home, William Callendar, George Dunsinure, Esqrs. Bailies, William Ramsay, Esq ; dean of Guild, William Stewart, Esq ; treasurer, Gilbert Lawrie, Esq ; Old Provost, Patrick Millar, Thomas Hepburn, George Rigg, William Nicol, Esqrs. Old Bailies, John Learmonth, Esq ; old dean of Guild, John Grieve, Esq ; old treasurer, Messrs. John Wordie, John Kid, Thomas Trotter, merchant counsellors, Messrs. Thomas Cleland, James Cowan, trades counsellors, Mr Tho. Simpson, Pewterer, deacon conveener of the trades. Ordinary deacons, Mess. Rob. Smith, surgeons, William Dempster, goldsmiths William Butter, wrights, James Paterson, taylors, George Mellis, fleshers, extraordinary deacons, Mess. James Brown, skinners, James Miller, furriers, William Jamieson, masons, Alexander Smith, baxters, Pater Smith, cordiners, David Thomson, weavers. Thomas Millar, waulkers. Will. Rankine, bonnetmakers. Preview this item
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The Edinburgh almanack for the year M, DCC, LXIX. Being the first after leap year, and of the Julian Period 6482 : Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to the Right Hon. James Stewart, Esq ; Lord Provost. James Guthrie, Robert Home, William Callendar, George Dunsinure, Esqrs. Bailies, William Ramsay, Esq ; dean of Guild, William Stewart, Esq ; treasurer, Gilbert Lawrie, Esq ; Old Provost, Patrick Millar, Thomas Hepburn, George Rigg, William Nicol, Esqrs. Old Bailies, John Learmonth, Esq ; old dean of Guild, John Grieve, Esq ; old treasurer, Messrs. John Wordie, John Kid, Thomas Trotter, merchant counsellors, Messrs. Thomas Cleland, James Cowan, trades counsellors, Mr Tho. Simpson, Pewterer, deacon conveener of the trades. Ordinary deacons, Mess. Rob. Smith, surgeons, William Dempster, goldsmiths William Butter, wrights, James Paterson, taylors, George Mellis, fleshers, extraordinary deacons, Mess. James Brown, skinners, James Miller, furriers, William Jamieson, masons, Alexander Smith, baxters, Pater Smith, cordiners, David Thomson, weavers. Thomas Millar, waulkers. Will. Rankine, bonnetmakers.

Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for, and sold by R. Fleming at the Cross, and by the other Booksellers in town and country, [1769]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Almanacs
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 508226683
Notes: Pp. 1-24 printed on one side; plates bound at end.
Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland.
Description: 1 online resource (24 leaves, 25-168 pages, plates).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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