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Spent with the commissioners about the ryot, and their friends, 12 12 0
Item, for putting up the new bell, and furnishing of timber, 1 16 0 Spent with tuo Newtoun ministers, and tuo of their masters,
about the ryot, . . . . . 0 8 0 For mending the college loft in the pariosh kirk ; a cloak pin and
furm to Wm. Suderland, &c., jotts, . . . 1 10 0 To Alex. Barnett, sent to Bamff, Auchmedden, &c. places, about
the submission relating to the ryot, . . . 1 10 0
For the repairing of the butts, upon an extraordinarie occasion, 3 6 0
Spent with some colledge friends of the synod, . . 0 6 0
At the setting of the march stons controverted, . . 0 13 0
For a courtesie to my lord Ogilvie &c. with him, . 5 4 0
Another courtesie to the earle of Dunfermline, . . 5 3 0 To Wm. Forsyth for the tongue of the new bell, above quhat
was advanced, . . . . . .12 0
A courtessie to the Newtoun ministers and masters, . 0 5 0 Advanced to Mr. Wm. Jolmstone towards the erecting of our
stage, &c., against the day of solemne thanksgiving for the
king's happy return, . . . . 5 16 0
To Smifh Forsyth for ordering and rectifying the litle bells, 0 18 0
For 12 fathoms of towes to the litle musicall bells, . . 0 18 0
Spent at the telling of the new colledge 300 lib., . . 0 3 0 Spent with our friends, quhen the money was given in custodie
to Mr. Andrew Massie, . . . . 0 16 0 For mending the north stair, . . . . .040
To Sir Anthonie Cleevland starving throw want, . . 0 12 0 To Geo. Cymin for a key to the commune schools, righting the
locks, and 12 batts of yron for the hall window, . 14 0 Debursed, forby quhat Mr. Jolmstone got in relation to the
charges of our day of solemne thanksgiving for the king's
happic and safe return, . . . . 5 19 4 To Alex. Irvin for cutting and guilding 5 sheet of theses in great
Lumbard paper; for cutting, battering, and guilding 94
sheet of theses, being in two peeces, . . . 116 0
For helping the west dyck of the colledge yaird, . . 2 8 0
For a paire of bands, and a pyp lock key to the belhouse doore, 1 0 0
A table cloth to the bursars, . . . 116 0 breast; for making tuo troughs to James Frazer; mending sundrie shotts, and chamber floores; for reedifieing the north staire in the chaplans blowen doune, and severall
A wright compt; for makeing a new doore to George Middleton's chamber, mending another chamber doore, helping the high table, and for putting on of 4 locks, . . . 0 13 0
I debursed in Edinburgh to Mr. Alex. Hay for the poastage of lettres written to the duke of Albemarle, and doctors Clargis and Glover, . . . . .080
William Cowts compt for the new work extends to . 37 6 6
Jolm Cowts compt for the new work extends to £68 3s. 4d.,
quherof he received from me . . . 34 8 2
The annuell rent of all the money I have borrowed and advanced . for the colledge use, in my voyage to England, anno '59, and for old and new work, schooll, manses, and all incident charges; haveing received litle or no money from the procurator since July 27, 1660, is in all for some more nor a yeare, . . . . . . 24 0 0
My new work compt, besides the two wrights compts, extends to 84 6 10
So the discharge exceeds the charge by tuo hundreth and eightie
pounds seventene shillings one pennie, . . 280 17 1
Mr Alexr. Middleton's compts, from Januar, 1663, to Februar, 1666.
Item, received from doctor Muir, Septr. 63, . . 20 lib.
Item, received from Mr. Rob. Forbes, Apryle, 64, . 20 lib. 6 s.
Received from Mr. Rob. Forbes the 8 of Julie, 64, . 20 lib.
Spone siluer, Oct., 64.
Received from Jacobus Strachan for his spone, . . 5 lib.
Received from Jhon Shand, . . . 5 lib.
Received from And. Stirie, .... 5 lib.
Received from Jhon Maben, .... 4Kb. 19s.
Received from Geo. Leith, .... 5 lib.
Received from Arth. Muller, ... 5 lib.
Item, from Gul. Garioch, .... 5 lib.
Item, when Mr. Meinzies, and sume of the Newe Tone regents cam to the colledge for choosinge of a rector; for wyne, and tobacco, and pyps, .... 1 lib. 2 s.
Item, when the B. of Rosse cam here, at tuo severall tyms, concerning Mr. Geo. Anderson's presentation, . 1 lib. 3 s.
Item, at thre severall dyats, when Mr. Meinzes and Mr. Meldrum cam to tryst concerninge the difference betuixt the tuo colledges, ..... 1 lib. 5 s.
Item, when the rector cam here first, and was received, for
wyne, sugger, bear, tobacco, . . . 1 lib. 13 s.
Item, when the laird of Balmain cam to meite witht the subprincipal, Waterton and Thorntoun being in companie with him, for wyne, .... 18 s.
Item, for horse hyre to Kincairne, 36 s., and for a man, being a
storm, seinge Will. Sangster could not spare his man, ] 0 s.
Item, for my expenses to Kincairne, beinge four dayes absent in storme, .....
Item, for sax hnndreth dyvots for blaidings of the lach house
(at my entrie) wher I duall, . . . .200
More for buildinge up of the west syde of the house with stone
and morter, . . . . 0 18 0
Item, for morter to it and sand, . . . . 0 6 0
Item, for putinge up sume beds in it, . . . . 0 12 0
Item, for fasteninge of a couple in it, and for gryt yrne naills
to fasten it, . . . .08
Item, for mendinge of tuo locks in it, and mendinge the band
of the for yet, . . . . . 0 12 0
Item, for a key to the studie in the chamber in the north syd, 0 3 4 Item, giwen to Will. Scote for divers woages which he maid
to see the colledge, . . . . . 2 18 0
Item, for peits to be a fire upon the tuantie-nyne of May, . 2 19 0 Item, for a pynt of March aill and tobacco, the B. of Rosse
beinge in the colledge, . . . . .068
Item, for a key to the studie at my dore, the first beinge carried
away by Simon Mackeinzie, . . . .034