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The sea-mans-box in Dundee, 100

John Scott, junior, in Dundee, 100
Elizabeth Stirling, daughter to the deceas'd George Stirling,

chirurgion in Edinburgh, 100

John Shaw, late of Soi-nbeg, 100

Henry Smith, merchant in Glasgow, 100

Francis Scott, brother to the deceas'd earl of Tarras, 100

William Stewart of Castle-stewart, 100

Jean Scott, lady Eilingston, 100

James Scott, servitor to the earl Marshall, 100

James Samson, writer in Edinburgh, 100

Sir Robert Sibbald, doctor of medicin, 100

John Strachan, merchant in Aberdeen, 100

John Smith, junior, merchant in Linlithgow, 100

Mr Patrick Sandilands of Cottoun, 100

James Scott of Benholm, 100

George Shaw of Sauchie, 100



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282 APPENDICES.

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Mr Patrick Simson, minister at Renfrew, 100
William Smith, merchant in Glasgow, 100
Walter Scott, younger, of Wool, 100
Gideon Scott, son to John Scott of Wool, 100
Patrick Thomson, town-treasaurer, 1500
John, marquis of Tweeddale, lord high chancellor, 1000
George, viscount of Tarbat, 1000
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The trades-house of Glasgow, 400
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Peter Wedderburn of Gosford, 500
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John Wilkie, merchant there, 500
William AVightman, skinner there, 500
James Walkingshaw, merchant in Glasgow, 500
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chant in Edinburgh, 500
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James Watson of Sauchtoun, 400
Adam Wat of Rose-hill, 300
John Wallace, son to John Wallace, mercht. in Glasgow, 300
James Williamson of Cardrona, 300
Alexander Wedderburn, brother to Gosford, 300
Alexander Wright, merchant in Edinburgh, 200
Mr Robert Wylie, minister at Hamilton, 200
Robert White of Conland, 200
Mr Robert Weems of Grangemuir, 200
Mr David Williamson, minister at the West-kirk, 200
James and Robert AVatsons, merchants, in Stirling, sons to

Duncan Watson, late baillie in Stirling, 200
Alexander Waddel, writer in Edinburgh, 200
Thomas White, elder, merchant in Edinburgh, 200
Thomas Wordie, merchant in Stirling, 200
Mr William Wisheart, minister of South-leith, 200
Alexander Wood, merchant in Edinburgh, 200
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Robert Watson, writer to the signet, 200
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Helen Watson, relict of Gilbert Mackell, merchant in Edin-
burgh, 100
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The incorporation of the wrights in the Cannongate, 100
David Walker, tanner in Lesly, 100
William Wardrop, litster in Edinburgh, 100
William Wooddrop, portioner of Dalmarnock, 100
John Wilson, book-binder in Glasgow, 100
Henry Wyllie, merchant in Edinburgh, 100
William Wilson, one of the under-clerks of Session, 100
Lieutenant John Walkinshaw in Sir John Hill's regt. 100
James Watson, malt-man in Leith, 100
Mr Duncan Williamson, merchant in Edinburgh, 100
The Wrights in Glasgow, 100
Andrew Wardrop, late baillie in Dundee, 100



Carry Forward . . £393900



284 APPENDICES.



Brought Forward . . £393900

Robert Watson, merchant there, 100
Peter Wedderburn, merchant there, 100
Robert Wardroper, merchant in Dundee, 100
John Watson, doctor of medicin, 100
John Williamson, merchant in Edinburgh, 100
Thomas Weir, chirurgion there, 100
Alexander Wilkieson, writer there, 100
John White, merchant in Kirkaldie, 100
Daniel Weir, brother to Stone byers, 100
Hugh Warden, merchant in Glasgow, 100
James Wilson, merchant in Hamilton, 100
Mr James 'S^Tiitehead in Lymkilns, 100
William Wilkie in Echline, 100
Alexander Walker, merchant in Aberdeen, 100
Thomas Warrander, painter in Edinburgh, 100
Alexander Watson, son to the deceast Adam Watson, mer-
chant in Ediuburgh, 100
Mr Patrick Warner, minister at Irving, 100
Elizabeth White, lady South-house, 100
James Wallace, merchant in Edinburgh, 100
Alexander Udney, son to the laird of Udney, 400
Mr Andrew Urie, minister at Moravinside, 200
Robert Urie in Miln-brae, 100
Robert Veatch, merchant in Air, 100
John Vans, merchant in Air, 100
John lord Hay of Tester, 1000
Captain Thomas Young, 500
Thomas Young, late baillie of Edinburgh, 300
Joseph Young, merchant there, 300
James Young, merchant there, 200
John Young of Banchrie, 100
Isabel Yeaman, relict of Robert Robertson, merchant in

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Robert Zuill, merchant in Glasgow, 500

Mr William Zeaman, chirurgion in Dundee, 100

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