Appendix C(33) 1792 Report of Commissioners of Inquiry]
(In the DUKE of ATHOLL's Letter of the 3d February, 1792.)
Liber Irrotulamentor. 1702.
THE Most Noble John, Duke of Atholl, and Charlotte, Duchess of Atholl, Baroness Strange, Lady of Mann and the Isles, &c. To all to whom these presents shall come: Know ye, That we the said Duke and Duchess have made, constituted, authorized, and appointed, and by these presents do make, constitute, authorize, and appoint John Quillin, to be our Attorney-General in our said Isle; to hold and execute the said office of Attorney-General according to the laws and customs of our said Isle, and the tenor of the oath usually administered in that behalf; and to have, receive, and take the usual yearly salary, and all and singular the fees, perquisites, and emoluments unto the said office belonging, and of right appertaining. For doing of all which this shall be his commission, to continue during our good will and pleasure. Given under our hands and seals, at London, the 18th December, 1764.
C. ATHOLL and STRANGE.
Feb. 8th, 1765.
A true copy of the original commission, inrolled and recorded by JOHN QUAYLE, Compt. C. Rolls.
JOHN QUAYLE, C.R.