The History of Leith

November 12, 2010

COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE-1829

COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE.
The Lord Provost, Dean of Guild, and four Bailies of Edinburgh ; Admiral and Baron-Bailie ; three Bailies of Leith;
Resident Bailies and Treasurer of Canongate; the Lord
Advocate of Scotland ; Sheriff-Depute of Edinburgh, and his
Substitute in Leith ; Bailie of St. Anthony’s, and the Masters
of the four Incorporations of Leith, Ex Officio Commissioners.
COMMISSIONERS.
[ncorp. of Shipmasters, D. Gourley and John Cochran
Do. of Maltmen, John Hutchinson and Jas. Forrest
Do. of Trades, Hob. Nielson and Alex. Anderson
Do. of Traffickers, A. A. Thomson and James Sceales
First Ward, Geo. Crichton and Jos. Nimmo
Second do. Alex. Gray and David Stocks
Third do. Robert Douglas and Wm. Walker
Fourth do. Wm. Wyld and James Nicholl
Fifth do. Jas. Millar, jun. and Tho. Jameson
Sixth do. Jas. Reoch and William Millar
Seventh do. Jas. Miller and Chas. Murray
Eighth do. John Sceales and Robert Grieve
Ninth do. Robert Mathie and John Hardie
Tenth do. Chas. White and John Hutton
John Harvey, Clerk.—Robert Laurence, Collector.
Henry Johnston, Treasurer,
John Allan, Assessor.
F. G. Denovan, Intendant of Police.
George Mack, Inspector of Works.

Source-The Edinburgh Almanack 1829

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