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Report by the Lord provost"s Committee, to the Town Council, regarding the Royal Infirmary ..

by Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

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Published by Printed by H. &. J. Pillans in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUniversity of Glasgow. Library
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource]
    Pagination7 pages ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25660297M

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Lord Provosts 19th & 20thC The Lord Provost of Aberdeen is an Ancient Office with its Roots in the 13thC. The Lord Provost acts as Convener of the City Council, Civic Head and Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant regarding the Royal Infirmary.

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Depending on the system chosen, a mayor may be the chief executive officer of the. After visiting the various quarters of the town, the committee gave in a list of thirty-eight individuals, constituting "the most creditable and honest sort of poor, fallen-back burgesses," whom they recommended to be paid nine pounds sterling quarterly out of Dr.

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Town, Parish and District being an account of the Origin and Progress of the Burgh from the Earliest Period with a description of the Antiquities, Topography, Civil History, Ecclesiastical and Parochial Records, Institutions, Public Works, Manufactures, Legends, Sports, Statistics, and Biographical Sketches of Eminent Persons, etc.

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Errors may have crept in as the result of OCR processing from a poor quality photocopy of the original typescript. ♦ 18 December: Report of a committee of the Town Council to consider the contract with Mr. James Smith, mason for the building of the Canongate Church.

They a greed to pay him a further £ 7s if he denuded himself of right to the ground, the church and the churchyard dykes, the Town reserving action against him for the rental of a timber. The office is ancient, and was at the centre of Scotland’s life untilwhen the Wheatley report was implemented and, in my book, the baby was thrown out with the bath water.

We lost a lot at that time. There were no designations, other than the lord provosts of the cities; we lost bailies and magistrates. Report by the Subcommittee of the Lord Provost's Committee as to the Sanitary Improvement of the City. Edinburgh: Printed for the Town Council. Google Scholar.

Edinburgh. Abstracts of the Accounts of the City of Edinburgh Improvement Trust for the Year Ended at 1st August Royal Commission On The Housing Of The Working Classes.

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CHAMBERLAIN replied: The answer to the first part of the question is in the affirmative. BRO, M/BCC/MEH/1/1, ‘Bristol Town Council: Lunatic Asylum Committee of Visitors, –51’. Further Report of the Commissioners in Lunacy to the Lord Chancellor (London: Shaw and Sons, ), 95–6. The commissioners, who included James Cowles.

In –1 Drummond was a third time lord provost, and in he prefixed a printed letter commendatory (Scots Mag. lxiv. ) to copies of proposals for carrying on certain public works in the city of Edinburgh, which were drawn up by Gilbert Elliot (the third baronet), and which included one for an application to parliament to extend the.

“The office used to be the house garage,then grew its first appendage, and will soon be climbing in an organic way up the village hill, to try and cope with the work we expect to do on the development of the College of Art in Edinburgh, commencing with a new school of town planning.

The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone.The Town Council minutes of states that Robert Anderson was elected a burgess of the Royal Burgh on his retirement from the position of Burgh schoolmaster.

His son William Anderson born in North Berwick in sailed with Captain Cook as ships doctor and naturalist on his second voyage of discovery to the Antarctic and South Pacific in Report of the Committee of Visitors of the Lunatic Asylum for the Borough of Birmingham, presented to the Town Council on the first of February,being their second annual report:together with the reports of the Medical Superintendent and Chaplain also an account of the receipts and payments to the end of the year