People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/7/133 (RRS, iii, no. 130)

King Alexander II has built a burgh at Dingwall in Ross and to burgh and his burgesses there he has granted all liberties and free customs enjoyed by his burgesses of Inverness. He has granted a market every Monday, and that burgesses coming to settle in burgh shall be 'kirset' for ten years from Martinmas 1226. He has also granted that they shall be free of toll and other customs on their own chattels throughout land; and that all who settle or trade in burgh shall have his firm peace.
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26 February 1227
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26th day of February, regnal year 13
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RRS, iii, no. 130
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RRS, iii, no. 130
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Formerly H1/7/140; Handlist, no. 112

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
26 Feb. 1227 king of Scots Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249)
26 Feb. 1227 chancellor Thomas of Stirling, clerk, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1227)
26 Feb. 1227 chaplain Robert, king's chaplain (TRA2)
26 Feb. 1227 chaplain Ralph, king's chaplain (TRA2)