Act for a weekly market and two fairs in favour of John Napier of Culcreuch

Our sovereign lady and the estates of parliament do, by this act, appoint and ordain a weekly market to be kept upon each Wednesday, in all time coming, at the Clachan of Fintry, in the shire of Stirling, and belonging to John Napier of Culcreuch, and two fairs to be held there yearly, in all time coming, one upon the last Thursday of June and the other upon the second Thursday of December; and do hereby give and grant to the said John Napier, his heirs and successors, the right and privilege of keeping the said weekly market and yearly fairs 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.70-70v.