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John Justice

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Chalmers Low Plumber Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Chalmers Low and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said John Chalmers Low having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Chalmers Low an extract on the proper stamp.

John C Low

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Murray Lawful son of William Murray Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Murray and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said James Murray having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said James Murray an extract on the proper stamp.

Jas Murray

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Andrew Daer Plumber Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Andrew Daer and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said Andrew Daer having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Andrew Daer an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

Andw Daer

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Daniel Duff Machine Maker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Daniel Duff and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said Daniel Duff having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Daniel Duff an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member. Unsigned
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Peter Borrie Machine Maker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Peter Borrie and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said Peter Borrie having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Peter Borrie an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised.

Peter Borrie

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the Ninth day of May eighteen hundred and thirty seven

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Mill Lawful son of Robert Mill Manufacturer Dundee and free Apprentice was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Clock and Watchmaker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Mill and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Clock and Watchmaker allenarly. And the said James Mill having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Daniel Duff an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

James Mill

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the (blank) day of (blank) eighteen hundred and thirty (blank)

(blank) present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Gow son of William Gow at Byres of Murthly in the parish of Little Dunkeld was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Gow and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said John Gow having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Gow an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

John Gow already entered


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At Dundee the twenty second day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Thomas Low Clocksmith and Watchmaker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Clocksmith and Watchmaker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Thomas Low and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Clocksmith and Watchmaker allenarly. And the said Thomas Low having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And for instructing that the said Thomas Low had been admitted a Freeman or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket or Certificate under the hands of William Barrie Town Clerk bears that the said Thomas Low had been admitted a free Burgess and that an act of record of his admission was written on the proper stamp. The said Thomas Low having been previously recognised as a Member of said Trade.

Thos Low


John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the (blank) day of (blank) eighteen hundred and thirty (blank)

(blank) present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John McIntosh lawful son of John McIntosh Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Clocksmith and Watchmaker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John McIntosh and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said John McIntosh having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John McIntosh an extract on the proper stamp.

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At Dundee the twenty sixth day of October eighteen hundred and thirty eight

Thomas Cuthbert present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Alexander Constable lawful son of William Constable Watch and Clockmaker, Goldsmith and Jeweller was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Alexander Constable and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Goldsmith allenarly. And the said Alexander Constable having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Alexander Constable an extract on the proper stamp.

Alexr Constable

Thomas Cuthbert Deacon
Dundee 13th November 18933.

This Book has been examined by a Committee of the General Fund Court and upon their Report the said Court instructed Convener Murdoch to docquet this Book as at the entry of Mr Alexander Constable.

John Murdoch Convr
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At Dundee the twenty fifth day of September eighteen hundred and thirty nine years

Thomas Cuthbert present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Cuthbert lawful son of John Cuthbert Coach Builder was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Cuthbert and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Cuthbert having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said William Cuthbert an extract on the proper stamp.

William Cuthbert

Thomas Cuthbert Deacon
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At Dundee the twenty fifth day of September eighteen hundred and thirty nine years

Thomas Cuthbert present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day David Campbell lawful son of the deceased James Campbell Smith and Farrier was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said David Campbell and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Smith and Farrier allenarly. And the said David Campbell having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said David Campbell an extract on the proper stamp.

David Campbell

Thomas Cuthbert
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At Dundee the twenty fifth day of September eighteen hundred and thirty nine years

Thomas Cuthbert present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Sutherland Brassfounder was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said George Sutherland and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Brassfounder allenarly. And the said George Sutherland having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said George Sutherland an extract on the proper stamp.

George Sutherland

Thomas Cuthbert
Dundee 13th December 1839.

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court three entries.

David Leighton for Convener Jobson
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At Dundee the nineteenth day of January Eighteen hundred and thirty nine years

Thomas Cuthbert present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Alexander Brown Shipbuilder was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Alexander Brown and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Brassfounder allenarly. And the said Alexander Brown having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Alexander Brown an extract on the proper stamp.

Alexr Brown

Thomas Cuthbert
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At Dundee the twenty third day of September Eighteen hundred and forty

William Jamie present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Hall Nicoll Ironmonger in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Tin Smith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said George Hall Nicoll and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Tim Smith allenarly. And the said George Hall Nicoll having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said George Hall Nicoll an extract on the proper stamp.

G H Nicoll

William Jamie
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At Dundee the twenty third day of September Eighteen hundred and forty years

William Jamie present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day David Mackie Plumber in Perth was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said David Mackie and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said David Mackie having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said David Mackie an extract on the proper stamp.

David Mackie


Syned for authentication 9 Feby 1757 in reference to the Minutes of Trade.

G H Nicoll Deacon


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At Dundee the twenty third day of September Eighteen hundred and forty years

William Jamie present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Cameron Clock and Watchmaker in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Clock and Watchmaker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said James Cameron and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Clock and Watchmaker allenarly. And the said James Cameron having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said James Cameron an extract on the proper stamp.

Jas Cameron

William Jamie
Dundee 9 December 1840

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court four Entries.

David Leighton for Convener Jobson
Dundee 15th Decr 1841

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court no Entry.

John Cuthbert Convener
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At Dundee the nineteenth day of January Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Richard Cruickshanks Stabler in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith and Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Richard Cruickshanks and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith and Farrier allenarly. And the said Richard Cruickshanks having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Richard Cruickshanks an extract on the proper stamp.

Richard Cruickshanks

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the nineteenth day of January Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Lesslie Tinsmith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith and Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said James Lesslie and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Tinsmith allenarly. And the said James Lesslie having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said James Lesslie an extract on the proper stamp.

James Lesslie

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the nineteenth day of January Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Millar Sadler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith and Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John Millar and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Sadler allenarly. And the said John Millar having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Millar an extract on the proper stamp.

John Millar

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the Fourteenth day of February Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Cowans Brassfounder in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith and Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said James Cowans and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Brassfounder allenarly. And the said James Cowans having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said James Cowans an extract on the proper stamp.

James Cowans

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the Fourteenth day of February Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Watson Cutler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Cutler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John Watson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Cutler allenarly. And the said John Watson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Watson an extract on the proper stamp.

John Watson

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the nineteenth day of April Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John McGregor Coppersmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Coppersmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John McGregor and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Coppersmith allenarly. And the said John McGregor having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John McGregor an extract on the proper stamp.

John McGregor

George Sutherland Deacon
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At Dundee the (blank) day of (blank) Eighteen hundred and forty two years George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee Which day David Calman Shipbuilder in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said David Calman and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said David Calman having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said David Calman an extract on the proper stamp.


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