The History of Leith

March 16, 2011

The Vaults of Trinity House

During wine stores) were filled with the munition of Monk’s troops, for which they paid a rent ” By his Highness* council! in Scotland, for the governing theirof; these are to require 3,000 forthwith out of such moneys dew or schal come to the hands of the Customes, out of the third part the Protectorate the ample vaults under the old Trinity House (now or latterlhttp://www.leithhistory.co.uk/wp-admin/users.phpy used as of the profits arysing from the Excyse in Scotland, to pay William Robertson (collector for the poore
of Trinitie House in Leyth) the somme of £3.15

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