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To some extent corporate bodies in burghs (for example, town councils and burgh courts) created similar types of records to other bodies and courts in Scotland (such as minute books, act books and registers of sasines and deeds) but there were some characteristic differences and a knowledge of burgh and burgess terminology is important in reading and understanding burgh records.
Burgh and town council minute books
Burgh court records
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