|The Countess of Dunfermline mentioned in the letter may be the widow of James Seton, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, who was outlawed in 1690 after the Battle of Killiecrankie and died in exile at St. Germain in 1694.
|Letter from Thomas Hepburn, Aberdeen, to Alexander Athnandachy, Chamberlain to the Countess of Dunfermline at Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, regarding the delivery of goods to the Countess' household from Aberdeen. He is leaving Aberdeen that day but he has instructed their friend Mr. Simpson to forward the goods awaited together with spoons and forks for the Countess which had been lying undelivered. Also notes that instructions would be attended to, money had been left with Simpson to pay for two capes when ready, and sends greetings to the laird of Gight.
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