Appendix C(36) 1792 Report of Commissioners of Inquiry]



(In the DUKE OF ATHOLL's Letter of 3d Feb., 1792.)

Liber Irrotulamentor. 1702, &c.

THE Most Noble John, Duke of Atholl, and Charlotte, Duchess of Athol], Baroness Strange, Lady of Mann and the Isles &c To all to whom these presents shall come : Know ye, That we the said Duke and Duchess, reposing trust and confidence in the fidelity and integrity of Daniel Mylrea and John Quayle, have made, ordained, constituted, authorized, and appointed, and by these presents do make, ordain, constitute, authorize. and appoint them the said Daniel Mylrea and John Quayle jointly, or either of them severally, to be Water-Bailiffs and Collectors of the customs and duty of and within our said Island; giving and hereby granting unto them jointly, or either of them severally, full power and authority to perform, execute, and discharge the said post and office of Water-Bailiff and Collector, and do, or cause to he done, all duties and services thereunto belonging, according to the laws and customs of the said Isle, and to the tenor of the oath usually administered in that behalf ; and to have, receive, and take the accustomed yearly salary, together with all fees, perquisites, and profits, due and of right appertaining to the said office; and we the said Duke and Duchess do also further require them to observe such orders and directions as they shall from time to time receive from us, or from the Governor of the said Isle for the time being: for all which this shall be their warrant and commission, to continue during our good will and pleasure. Given under our hands and seals, at London, the 18th of December, 1764.


February 8th, 1765.

A true copy of the original commission, inrolled and recorded by JOHN QUAYLE, Compt. and C. Rolls.

Examined by


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