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CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
LevelFonds
Ref NoMS 213
Title'Memoires touchant l'Ancienne Alliance entre la France et l'Escosse, et les privileges des Escossois en France'
DateMid 18th century
Extent0.03 linear metres
Creator NameIrvine; George; of Artamford
Administrative HistoryGeorge Irvine was christened in 1717, the eldest surviving son of William, 4th laird of Artamford, near New Deer in Aberdeenshire, and Isobell Keith his wife. He had succeeded his father by 1778. He married an unknown woman, and his date of death is unknown, but was before 1789 as his only son, Alexander, who succeeded him, died in that year.
SourceThe volume was given by George Irvine of Artamford to Marischal College, Aberdeen on 22 August 1764.
Description'Memoires touchant l'Ancienne Alliance entre la France et l'Escosse, et les privileges des Escossois en France' (Memoirs concerning the Auld Alliance between France and Scotland and the privileges of the Scots in France), manuscript, mid 18th century.

The version was printed by W. Cheyne and sold by W. Gordon and other booksellers in Edinburgh, 1751. The printed edition is common.
AccrualsNone expected.
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsThe records are available subject to the signed acceptance of the Department's access conditions.
LanguageFrench
Physical DescriptionNo physical conditions affecting use of collection.
Persons
CodeName
NA16088Irvine; George; of Artamford
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