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INVENTORY of Productions referred to in the

foregoing Indictment.

1. A summons of proving the tenor at the instance of Humphreys or

Alexander, or Earl of Stirling, against Watts and Duer, dated and signeted 12th October, 1829, with Inventory, and whole steps and

productions of the process following thereon. 2. A summons of reduction-improbation, declarator, &c. at the instance

of the same pursuer against William Cunninghame Cunninghame Grahame, dated and signeted Ist September, 1830, with Inventory, and whole steps and productions of the process following

thereon, 3. A summons of proving the tenor at the instance of the same pursuer

against William Cunninghame Cunninghame Grahame and others, dated and signeted 2d September, 1830, with Inventory, and whole

steps and productions of the process following thereon. 4. A process of reduction-improbation, at the instance of the Officers of

State against Humphreys or Alexander, calling himself Earl of
Stirling, the summons dated and signeted 16th January, 1833, with

Inventory, and whole steps and productions. 5. A paper, bearing to be a copy of a protest taken by Alexander, Earl

of Stirling and Dovan, hereditary proprietor and lieutenant of the province of Nova Scotia and the lordship of Canada, and addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl Grey, First Lord Commissioner of his Majesty's Treasury, and to be dated 22d day of October,

1831. 6. A paper, entitled Copy Address to the public authorities, the land 14. A Crown Charter of King Charles, in favour of the City of Edin

• settlers, inhabitants, and all others whom it may concern in the • Anglo-Scottish Colony of Nova Scotia, including New Bruns

wick, &c. and in the Lordship and territory of Canada, &c. &c.? and bearing to be signed • Stirling and Dovan, proprietor and

Hereditary Lieutenant of all Nova Scotia, and Lord of the • Dominion of Canada, and to be dated • 53, Parliament Street,

• London, 28 October, 1831.' 7. Four Certificates of Search, each bearing to be signed Geo. Robert

son,' and marked on the back respectively, Search A.–Search B.

Search C.-Search D. 8. Five papers, each titled on back · Extract,' and dated respectively

4 Sept. 1630, 14th June, 1633, 12 July, 1634, 23 Jany. 1636,

27 June 1642. 9. Two papers, titled Extracts,' and bearing to be dated respectively

30 Sept. 1641 and 2 Oct. 1641. 10. Extract sasine, dated 11. A paper, entitled Certificate of Search of Signatures, under letter S.

from 1623 to 1653. 12. A paper, entitled, Extract Diploma Willielmi Vicecomitis de Stirling,

domini Alexander de Tulliebodie, &c. &c. dated 4th September,

1630. 13. A paper, entitled, Extract Diploma Willielmi Comitis de Stirling,

Vicecomitis de Canada dni Alexander de Tulliebodie, &c. dated 14th June, 1633.

burgh, dated 11 December 1639. 15. Original Signature in favour of the same city, dated 11 December

1639, or extract or certified copy of the same. 16. Part of the record of Signatures, containing the said signature recor

ded, or extract or certified copy of the said Record. 17. Part of the Register of the Privy Seal, containing the precept for the

said charter recorded, or an extract or certified copy of the said

Register. 18. Part of the Register of the Great Seal containing the said charter

recorded, or an extract or certified copy thereof. 19, A Crown Charter of King Charles, in favour of the Governors of

Heriot's Hospital, dated 11 December 1639. 20. Original Signature in favour of the said Hospital, dated 11 December

1639, or an extract or certified copy thereof. 21. Part of the Record of Signatures, containing said last mentioned

signature registered, or extract or certified copy of the said

Register. 22. Part of the Register of the Privy Seal, containing the precept for the

said last mentioned charter recorded, or an extract or certified

copy of the said Register. 23. Part of the Register of the Great Seal, containing the said last men

tioned charter registered, or an extract or certified copy of the said

Register. 24. A book entitled, Spottiswood's History of the Church of Scotland. 25. A book entitled, Crawfurd's Lives of the Officers of State. 26. Searches or Notes of searches regarding the death, funeral, and testa

ment of John Spottiswood, Archbishop of St Andrews. 27. A paper entitled, Extract warrant for sealing the Commissioner's

Commission, 13th November 1638. 28. A paper entitled, Extract the Commissioners' declaration anent the

Great Seal, 14th Nov. 1638. 29. Three volumes of a book entitled Mercure de France, bearing the

dates 1715, 1718, 1726. 30. Four volumes of a book entitled Almanach Royal, for the years 1717,

1718, 1719, 1720. 31. A book entitled Biographie Universelle. 32. A book entitled Oeuvres de Fontenelle. 33. Examined Extract from the Register of the Secretary of State of

France, of date 24 August 1718. 34. Examined copy letters patent for the installation of the Bishop of

Nismes, of date 26 February, 1711. 35. Examined Extract from the Registers of the Chapter of Cambray, of

date 7 and 8 January 1715. 36. Thirty or thereby maps, bearing to be prepared by Guillaume Delisle. 37. A volume of maps entitled, “Recueil de cartes,” belonging to the

Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. 38. A volume of maps without title. 39. A paper bearing to be translations of certain documents referred to

in the Indictment against Alexander Humphreys or Alexander. 40. A paper entitled Translated Extracts from · Melle Le Normand's letter

of 17th Oct". 1838 to the Earl of Stirling. 41. A paper entitled Translation of a letter from Melle Le Normand to the

Earl of Stirling, dated 26th Nov'. 1838.

42. A paper entitled Translation of Mello Le Normand's letter of 9th

Jany. 1839 to the Earl of Stirling. 43. A paper entitled Translation of Mollo Le Normand's letter to the

Countess of Stirling, dated Paris, 18th Oct. 1837. 44. A paper entitled Translation of Melle Normand's letter to the Earl of

Stirling, dated Paris, Nov. 8th, 1837. 45. A paper entitled Translated Extracts from Melle Le Normand's letter

of 26th Sept'. 1838 to the Earl of Stirling. 46. Paper, entitled Copy Letter Melle Le Normand, 19 April 1838. 47. A letter addressed to Madame La Comptesse de Stirling, and bearing

to be signed Le Normand, and to be dated 16 Juin 1838. 48. A letter docqueted Paris, 13 Augst. 1838, Melle Le Normand, R. 17th

Do. 49. A letter docqueted Paris, 30th Novr. 1838, Melle Le Normand, R. 5th

December. 50. A letter docqueted 1839, Paris, Jany. 8th, Mele Le Normand to Lady

S. R. 9th Feby. 51. A letter bearing to be dated Paris ce 9 Janvier 1839, and to be

addressed to Madame Madame la Comtesse de Stirling, and to be

signed Le Normand. 52. A letter docqueted 1839, Paris, 4th Feby. Mdle Le Normand &

Monsr. T. R. 7 & 8th Do. 53. A paper, entitled extract from a private deed or agreement on the.

part of the Earl of Stirling, to repay by instalments to Melle Le Normand, the amount in principal and interest of different Loans advanced to the said Earl, between 1815 and 1837.

C. INNES, A. D.

LIST OF WITNESSES.

1. George Tait, Esquire, now or lately sheriff-substitute of the county of

Edinburgh. 2. Archibald Scott, now or lately procurator-fiscal. of said county. 3. James Wilson, now or lately sheriff-clerk of said county. 4. James Wilson, junior, now or lately sheriff-clerk-depute of said

county. 5. Richard John Moxey, now or lately clerk in the sheriff.clerk's office

Edinburgh. 6. James Mackenzie, now or lately sheriff-officer in Edinburgh. 7. Thomas Thomson, Esquire, Deputy Clerk Register, Edinburgh. 8. Richard Mackenzie, Esquire, writer to the signet, Edinburgh. 9. Alexander Macdonald, Esquire, keeper of the Register of Deeds,

Edinburgh. 10. Robert Webster, now or lately extractor, Signet Office, Edinburgh. 11. George Robertson, Esquire, now or lately one of the keepers of the

records, Edinburgh. 12. Doctor Andrew Fyfe, now or lately residing in George square,

Edinburgh. 13. William Robertson, Esquire, now or lately one of the keepers of the

Records, Edinburgh. 14. Archibald Ewart, Esquire, Deputy Director of Chancery, Edinburgh.

15. William Whytock, clerk in the Chancery Office, Edinburgh, and now

or lately residing in East Preston street, in or near Edinburgh. 16. Jean Baptiste Theodore Alexandre_Teulet, Joint Secretary of the

Archives of the Kingdom of France, residing on the Quai

Napoleon, Paris. 17. Stanislas Jacobs, geographical engraver, attached to the Institute of

France, at Paris. 18. Amédée Melanie Fontaine, lately residing at No. 2, Rue de Tournon,

Paris, and now or lately residing in India street, Edinburgh. 19. Hugues Francois Beaubis, lately residing in Rue des Canettes, Paris,

and now or lately residing in India street, Edinburgh. 20. Pierre Francois Joseph Leguix, print and map-seller, lately residing at

the Quai D'Orsay, Paris, and now or lately residing in India street,

Edinburgh. 21. John Tyrrell, sometime an agent or in the einployment of Alexander

Humphreys or Alexander, calling himself Earl of Stirling, and now or lately residing in Regent street, London, or now or lately

residing in Carlton Chambers, Regent street, London. 22. William Home Lizars, engraver, now or lately residing in Regent

Terrace, Edinburgh. 23. John Smith, lithographist, now or lately residing in Dundas street,

Edinburgh. 24. Ephraim Lockhart, Esquire, writer to the signet, Edinburgh. 25. Charles Alexander, now or lately residing with Alexander Humphreys

or Alexander, calling himself Earl of Stirling, now or lately residing

in Carlton place, Edinburgh. 26. William Shiell, assistant clerk of Session, now or lately residing in

Duncan street, Newington, near Edinburgh. 27. John Morison, assistant clerk of Session, now or lately residing in

West Laurieston lane, in or near Edinburgh. 28. James Ferguson, Esquire, now or lately principal clerk of Session, and

now or lately residing in Heriot row, Edinburgh. 29. Francis Espinasse, teacher, now or lately residing in Frederick street,

Edinburgh. 30. Angus Fletcher, Esquire, advocate, now or lately residing in Stafford

street, Edinburgh 31. Dr David Irving, librarian to the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh,

and now or lately residing in Meadow place, near Edinburgh. 32. Eugene Alexander, now or lately residing with the said Alexander

Humphreys or Alexander. 33. Peter Anderson, Esquire, writer to the signet, Edinburgh. 34. Isaac Bayley, Esquire, writer, now or lately residing in Regent

Terrace, Edinburgh. 35. Robert Backworth, clerk to Messrs Richardson and Connell, solicitors,

London. 36. The Reverend Hugh Scott, now or lately residing in Edinburgh, or

now or lately minister of the parish of Anstruther Easter, Fife

shire. 37. John Adams, solicitor, now or lately residing in North Charlotte street,

Edinburgh. 38. Henry R. Madden, surgeon, now or lately residing Warriston crescent, Edinburgh.

C. INNES, A. D.

LIST OF ASSIZE

For the Trial of ALEXANDER HUMPHREYS or ALEXANDER, pretending to

be Earl of Stirling, if the said Alexander Humphreys or Alexander claims, and is entitled to the privilege of a Landed Man.

City of Edinburgh.

Landed Men.
John Learmonth, residing Moray place
Thomas Henderson, seedsman, Melville crescent
George M.Miken Torrance of Kilsaintninian, George square

James Hunter of Thurston, Moray place
5. James Smith of Whitchester, Gayfield square

Thomas Whyte of Glenesslin, there
John Greig of Lethangie, Royal Terrace
William Henry Brown of Ashley, Forth street

Captain David Brown of Park, Regent Terrace 10. John Hamilton Colt of Gartsherrie, there

William Plomer, residing York place
Sir George Macpherson Grant, Baronet, George street
James Baillie of Falahill, Greenside house

William Crawfurd of Cartsburn, Bellevue crescent 15. Alexander M‘Duff of Bonhard, Regent Terrace

William Stothert of Cargen, Randolph crescent
James Mackintosh of Lamancha, Buccleuch place
George Cleghorn of Weens, Regent Terrace.

Common Jurors. William Neilson, spirit-merchant, Rosebank 20. John Scott, baker, West Preston street

John Masterton, spirit-dealer, James street
William Clark, flesher, Thistle street
Peter Wilson, spirit-dealer, Bank street

Daniel Connel, spirit-merchant, Rose street
25. George Johnston, hotel-keeper, Nicolson street

David Hay, silk-mercer, Catharine street
Bernard Burns, spirit-dealer, East Crosscauseway
Kenneth Scoon, baker, Clerk street

Alexander Dickson, smith, James' square 30. James Burt, residing Broughton street

William Hamilton, bootmaker, Montague street
Henry Haig, engraver, Brighton street
James Stewart, coach-hirer, South Charlotte street

William Robinson, cowfeeder, Fountainbridge 35. Alexander Allan, cabinet-maker, Hope street.

Town of Leith.

Landed Man.
John Ainslie of Huntington, Constitution street.

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