Act for three fairs and a weekly market in favour of John Drummond of Pitkellony

Our sovereign lady, with the special advice and consent of the estates of parliament, ordains and appoints three fairs to be kept yearly in all time coming, one thereof to begin on the last Tuesday of July, another to begin on 18 October and the other to begin on 14 April, and each of them to continue two days, and a weekly market on Tuesday, in all time coming, at the Kirkton of Muthill, in the stewartry of Strathearn and shire of Perth, and belonging to John Drummond of Pitkellony; and gives and grants to the said John Drummond, his heirs and successors, the right and privilege of keeping the said yearly fairs and weekly market for all kinds of merchandise, with all the tolls, customs and casualties thereof, and all other liberties, privileges and advantages used and wont to belong to any having the privilege of keeping fairs and markets within this kingdom.

  1. NAS. PA2/39, f.71v. Back