Act Mr Thomas Strachen for stipend
Anent a petitione Given In to the Lords of their Majesties privy Councell Be Mr Thomas Strachen sometyme Minister at St Martines Shewing that wheras the petitioner having Served the Cure having served the Cure att the said kirk till about michaelmess Jaj vjc Eightie nyneGiving actuall obedience to the Government by reading the proclamatione and praying for their Majesties But being nevertheless depryved by the said Lords when it pleased them to dispose upon the stipend of that paroch otherwayes And the petitioner being assured of the protectione of the Government He Having Given obedience as aforsaid and that it hes been ther Lordships constant custome to Give to ministers so observing the vaccant stipends of other paroches wher their oune was disposed upon And for as much as the Church of Kinloch uithin the diocess of Dunkeld through the decease of the late Minister therat who was presented therto By the Bishop of Dunkeld is now vaccant and the stipend therof Due for Cropt Jaj vjc nyntie one at their Lordships disposall And therfore Humblie Craving to the effect underwryten as the said petitione Bears The saids Lords of their Majesties privy Councell Having Considered this petitione given In to them Be the above Mr Thomas Strachen They allow the petitioner the above stipend of the paroch of Kinloch for the haill Cropt and year of God Jaj vjc nyntie one And ordains him to be readily ansuered obeyed and payed therof Be the Heretors fewars wodsetters Liferenters and others Lyable In payment of the same And ordaines Letters of horning at his instance against them for that effect He producing a decreit of Locality And In case ther be none ordaines these Lyable to make payment of there represented proportiones according as they shall be decerned by the Judge ordinary
Act for Mr Thomas Strachan for a stipend
Concerning a petition given in to the lords of their majesties’ privy council by Mr Thomas Strachan, sometime minister at St Martins, showing that whereas the petitioner having served the cure at the said kirk until about Michaelmas 1689,giving actual obedience to the Government by reading the proclamation and praying for their majesties, but being nevertheless deprived by the said lords when it pleased them to dispose upon the stipend of that parish otherwise, and the petitioner being assured of the protection of the government, he having given obedience as aforesaid and that it has been their lordships constant custom to give to ministers so observing the vacant stipends of other parishes where their own was disposed upon, and for as much as the church of Kinloch, within the diocese of Dunkeld, through the decease of the late minister thereat who was presented thereto by the bishop of Dunkeld is now vacant and the stipend thereof due for cropt 1691 at their lordship’s disposal, and therefore humbly craving to the effect underwritten as the said petition bears. The said lords of their majesties’ privy council having considered this petition given in to them by the above Mr Thomas Strachan they allow the petitioner the above stipend of the parish of Kinloch for the whole cropt and year of God 1691, and ordains him to be readily answered obeyed and paid thereof by the heritors, feuars, wadsetters, liferenters and others liable in payment of the same, and ordains letters of horning at his instance against them for that effect, he producing a decreet of locality, and in case there be none ordains these liable to make payment of there represented proportions, according as they shall be decerned by the judge ordinary.
NRS, PC1/47, 562.