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Common Jurors.
John Gilbert, pawnbroker, Coatfield lane

Alexander Downs, victual-dealer, Kirkgate 40. George Campbell, grocer, Elbe street

James Torry Douglas, general agent, John's place
John Watson of Hull and Leith Shipping Company, Vanburgh place
James Rutherford, contractor, Whitehouse, Leith Links
John Martin, grocer, Giles's street
Walter Ritchie, plasterer, Kirkgate.

County of Edinburgh,

Landed Men. 45. George Glendinning of Millrig

Archibald Wilkie of Ormistonbill
John Davie Martin of Gavieside and Brotherton, Gavieside
David Davidson of Townhead, New Mills

William Stewart Walker of Bowland 50. John Inglis of Redhall

William Tait Burton of Toxside, Mauldslee
William Macdonald of Caillie, Powderhall.

Common Juror.
Robert Gray, farmer, Badpark.

County of Linlithgow.

Landed Men.
James Dundas of Dundas
55. James John Cadell of Grange
John Russel of Mosside.

Common Jurors.
William Duncan, junior, builder, Philipstoun
John Duncan, grocer, Linlithgow.

County of Haddington,

Landed Men.
Robert Ainslie of Redcoll, Redcoll
60. John Anderson of Whitburgh, Whitburgh

Sir John Hall, Baronet, of Dunglass
Robert Hay of Linplum, Ormiston.

Common Jurors.
Samuel Cathie, slater and glazier, Haddington

James Forrester, farmer, Laverock Law 65. Peter Punton, baker, Aberlady.

LIST OF ASSIZE

For the Trial of ALEXANDER HUMPHREYS or ALEXANDER, pretending to

be Earl of Stirling, if the said Alexander Humphreys or Alexander does not claim, or is not entitled to, the privilege of a Landed Man.

City of Edinburgh.

Special Jurors.
George Hogarth, accountant, Torphichen street
Charles Hargitt, teacher of music, Forres street
James Ewan Newton, corn-merchant, Queen's place, Leith Walk

William Henderson, jeweller, Rosehall 5. Robert Hogue, dentist, Hill street

Alexander Paterson, merchant, Hillside crescent
James Black, residing St Cuthbert street
Lieutenant Patrick Deuchar of the Royal Navy, George street

Adam Burn, coach-lace-maker, Dublin street
10. James Wilson, wright and builder, Glover street, Leith

Charles Lees, portrait-painter, South Charlotte street
Robert Gibb, residing Haddington place.

Common Jurors.
William Neilson, spirit-merchant, Rosebank

John Scott, baker, West Preston street
15. John Masterton, spirit-dealer, James' street

William Clark, filesher, Thistle street
Peter Wilson, spirit-dealer, Bank street
Daniel Connal, spirit-merchant, Rose street

George Johnston, hotel-keeper, Nicolson street 20. David Hay, silk-mercer, Catharine street

Bernard Burns, spirit-dealer, East Crosscauseway
Kenneth Scoon, baker, Clerk street
Alexander Dickson, smith, James square

James Burt, residing Broughton street
25. William Hamilton, bootmaker, Montague street

Henry Haig, engraver, Brighton street
Janies Stewart, coach-hirer, South Charlotte street
William Robertson, cowfeeder, Fountainbridge street

Alexander Allan, cabinet-maker, Hope street 30. James Derrin, plasterer, Richmond place

John Cay, tinsmith, Barony street
Thomas Malcolm, piano-forte-maker, Drummond street
Ebenezer Scott, baker, Lothian street

Robert Dickson, wine-merchant, Brunswick street, Stockbridge 35. Douglas Murray, tailor, Crighton street.

Town of Leith.

Special Jurors.
John Paterson Strong, merchant, Charlotte street
George Mill, banker, Bernard street
David Ainslie, residing Constitution street

Common Jurors. John Gilbert, pawnbroker, Coatfield lane 40. Alexander Downs, victual-dealer, Kirkgate

George Campbell, grocer, Elbe street
James Torry Douglas, general agent, John's place
John Watson of Hull and Leith Shipping Company, Vanburgh place
James Rutherford, contractor, Whitehouse, Leith Links.

County of Edinburgh.

Special Jurors. 45. James Kemp, merchant, Musselburgh

Thomas Young, merchant, Bank-house
Andrew Paton Bell, residing St Bernard's crescent.

Common Jurors.
Robert Gray, farmer, Badpark

Archibald Young, farmer, Long Dalmahoy 50. William Binnie, junior, wright, Hermiston

John Wilkie, carter, Corstorphin
Alexander Aitken, farmer, Fisherrow
John Kerr, farmer, Carmilty.

County of Linlithgow.

Special Jurors. John Kersopp, merchant, Linlithgow 55. Captain John Durie, residing Kirkhill.

Common Jurors.
William Duncan, Junior, builder, Philipstoun
John Duncan, grocer, Linlithgow
John Cruikshanks, gardener, Burnfoot.

County of Haddington.

Special Jurors.
Archibald Scott, farmer, Southfield
60. Alexander Howden, farmer, Congalton Mains.

Common Jurors.
Samuel

Cathie, slater and glazier, Haddington
James Forrester, farmer, Laverock Law
Peter Punton, baker, Aberlady

James Aitchison, wright, Nungate 65. Thomas Brockie, tailor, Haddington.

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COPIES, TRANSLATIONS, EXTRACTS, AND LISTS of

some of the Documents Produced for the Prosecution, in the
case of ALEXANDER HUMPHREYS or ALEXANDER, pretending
to be Earl of STIRLING, Indicted of Forgery, &c.

EDINBURGH, April, 1839.

CONTENTS.

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5. Paper, bearing to be Copy of a Protest taken by Alexander Earl of

Stirling and Dovan, &c. &c. addressed to the Right Honourable

the Earl Grey, &c. &c. dated 220 October, 1831,

6. A paper, entitled “ Copy Address to the Public Authorities, the

Land-settlers, &c. &c. signed Stirling and Dovan, &c. &c. dated

53 Parliament Street, London, 28th October, 1831,

8. Extract Diploma, Willielmi Vice Comitis de Stirling Domini Ales-

ander de Tullibodie, &c. &c. dated 4th September, 1630,

Translation of the preceding,
8. Extract Diploma, Willielmi Vice Comitis de Stirling Vicecomitis de
b Canada, Domini Alexander de Tulliebodie, &c. dated 14th June,

1633,

Translation of the preceding,

15. Extracts from Original Signature in favour of the City of Edinburgh,

dated 11th December, 1639,

16. Extracts from the Record of Signatures, being parts of said Signature

in favour of the City of Edinburgh, dated 11th December, 1639,

17. Extracts from the Register of the Privy Seal, being parts of the

Precept for the said charter, in favour of the City of Edinburgh,

dated 11th December, 1639,
18. Extracts from the Register of the Great Seal, being parts of said

Charter to the City of Edinburgh,
14. Extracts from a Crown Charter of 'King Charles, in favour of the

City of Edinburgh, dated 11th December, 1639.

20. Extracts from Original Signature in favour of the Governors of

Heriot's Hospital, dated Ilth December, 1639,

21. Extracts from the Record of Signatures, being parts of said Signa-

ture, in favour of the Governors of Heriot's Hospital,

22. Extracts from Register of the Privy Seal, being parts of the Precept

for the said Charter, in favour of the Governors of said Hospital,

23. Extracts from the Register of the Great Seal, being parts of the said

Charter, in favour of the Governors of said Hospital,

19. Extracts from Crown Charter, in favour of the Governors of Heriot's

Hospital, dated 11th Dec 639,

27. A paper, entitled “ Extract Warrant for Sealing the Commissioners'

ib.

Commission, 13th November, 1638,”

ib.

No3, of Inventory

of Productions.

Page

56

57

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28. A paper entitled “ Extract, the Commissioner's Declaration anent the Great Seale,"

55 24. Extract from Spottiswood's History of the Church of Scotland, being

Inscription on Archbishop Spottiswood's Monument, 29. Extract from Mercure de France, being Letter on the Geographical Works of De L'Isle,

ib. Translation of the preceding, 33. Extract from the Register of the Secretary of State of France of 24th August, 1718,

ib. Translation of the preceding,

58 34. Examined Copy Letters Patent for Installation of the Bishop of Nismes, 26th February, 1711,

ib. 35. Examined Extract from the Register of the Chapter of Cambray, 7th and 8th January, 1715,

59 37. Extracts from Recueil de Cartes, (Delisle's Maps,)

ib. 38. Extracts from Volume of Maps, (Delisle's Maps,)

61 36. Extracts from Maps, (Delisle's Maps,)

ib. 43. Translation of Letter Le Normand to Countess of Stirling, 18th October, 1837,

62 44. Do. do. do. to Earl of Stirling, dated 8th November, 1837, 63 46. Copy Letter Le Normand, dated 19th April, 1838,

64 Translation of the preceding,

66 47, Letter Le Normand to the Countess of Stirling, dated 16th June, 1838, 68 Translation of the preceding,

69 48. Letter docqueted Paris, 13th’ Augt. 1838, Melle Le Normand, Translation of the preceding,

71 45. Translated Extracts from Le Normand's Letter to Earl of Stirling, dated 26th September, 1838,

72 40. Translated Extracts from Le Normand's Letter to Earl of Stirling, dated 17th October, 1838,

ib. 41. Translation of Letter from Le Normand to Earl of Stirling, dated 26th November, 1838,

74 49. Letter docqueted Paris, 30th November, 1838, Melle Le Normand, 75 Translation of the preceding,

76 50. Letter docqueted 1839, Paris, January 8th, Melle Le Normand to Lady S.

77 Translation of the preceding, 51. Letter Le Normand to the Countess of Stirling, dated 9th January, 1839, 78 Translation of the preceding,

79 52. Letter docqueted 1839, Paris, 4th February, Melle Le Normand, 80 Translation of the preceding,

81 53. Paper entitled Extract from a Private Deed or Agreement to repay Loans to Le Normand,

82 Translation of preceding, 4. Excerpts from Letters from Mr Eugene Alexander to the Earl of Stirling,

84 Judicial Declaration in Action of Reduction,

86 Letter referred to in Do. First Judicial Declaration on Criminal Charge,

ib. Second do. do.

89 Third do. do.

93

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83

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