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Archive Material Concerning Holyrood Flint Glassworks: Bundle: share issues of the Edinburgh and Leith Gas Light Company, 1839-1840; permit (passport) issued by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, Lieutenant High Sheriff and Admiral of the Firth of Forth, in favour of William Ford to pass peaceably and without molestation to St Petersburg (signed James Falshaw, Lord Provost and addressed to all Her Majesty's officers, civil and military); 1876; passport in favour of John Ranken issued by the French Ambassador, 1824; sketch, presumably for some memorial, of Highland foot soldiers (James Wight and Sons, granite merchants, Aberdeen); c.1900; MS verse 'Napoleon's Farewell' and 'The Horn of Distress' n.d. (anon.); petition from Canongate jail to the Lord Advocate from William H Henderson, late extra clerk at the Customs, Leith, protesting at his incarceration on letters of lawburrows at the instance of his father, John Henderson, 1834

ID:  84089

Currently kept at: Museum of Edinburgh



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