People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/6/441 (RRS, ii, no. 475)

King William has appoitned a market day in burgh of Inverness, and has given his firm peace to all who shall come. He grants to his burgesses of Inverness all laws and customs which burgesses of other burghs of Scotland enjoy. No one is to make dyed or shorn cloth contrary to the assizes of King David and himself. No one is to buy or sell outwith burgh anything contrary to King David's assize and his own. There are to be no taverns in landward villages outwith his burgh, save where the lord of the village is of knight's rank and resident there, and then there shall be a tavern in accordance with the assize of King David and of himself.
Firm date
18 August, 1205 X 1207
Dating Notes
18th day of August; appointment of William Comyn to justiciarship × election of Walter of St Albans to the see of Glasgow
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
RRS, ii, no. 475
Trad. ID
RRS, ii, no. 475
Calendar number
Charter type

Total number of associated factoids: 14