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A letter from a freeholder in the county of Edinburgh, to his friend in Edinburgh

Freeholder in the County of Edinburgh.

A letter from a freeholder in the county of Edinburgh, to his friend in Edinburgh

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John, the younger son of "The Laird," decided quickly to leave his home, joined the colony of Scotch people already settled in Ireland, and made his home at Ballywattick, Ballymony, County Antrim, near Coleraine. It was his son John, born , the eldest child, who came to America, a little before , and after a few years joined the Scotch. Walter Scott's waspish comments on the duplicities of Scottish lawyers in creating freeholders ‘by dint of clipping and paring here, adding and eiking there’ in Guy Mannering were, of course, set in south west Scotland. 2 However, conflict over the nature of the oath of trust and possession, which was designed to be the test of the right of a freeholder to a vote, also figured largely in Cited by: 1.   [1] Records of the Parliaments of Scotland [/4] [2] Donaldson, Scotland: James V-James VII, p. 43 [3] Gregory, p. [4] Castleton, p. ; someone ‘put to the horn’ was declared a rebel and subject to the forfeiture of his goods and property. [5] Tarbert Castle had been given to the Campbells of Argyll in the previous century, and in later times the Macalisters held the castle as. Thomas Eggers was born 19 October in Edinburgh, Scotland, and died 16 June in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He is listed as a freeholder in Middlesex County, with one undated list stating the town of Woodbridge.

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