1605, 7 June, Edinburgh/Perth, Parliament

Parliamentary Register

Edinburgh, 7 June 1605

Procedure: preamble

The parliament of the most excellent prince James, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, held in Edinburgh on 7 June in the year of the Lord 1605 by the most powerful lord John [Graham], earl of Montrose and the lords commissioners named below, namely Alexander [Seton], earl of Dunfermline, chancellor of Scotland, William [Douglas], earl of Angus etc., John [Spottiswood], [arch]bishop of Glasgow, Peter [Rollock], bishop of Dunkeld, John [Bothwell], commendator of Holyroodhouse, William [Melville], commendator of Tongland, Sir James Scrimgeour of Dudhope, Roger MacMath and George Heriot for the burgh of Edinburgh, and Master Alexander Wedderburn [of Kingennie] for the burgh of Dundee, together with James Harcus, constable depute, Thomas Scott, marischal depute, Master William Stewart, depute sheriff of Edinburgh, and David Lindsay, dempster. Suits were called and the court affirmed.

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