1868 June 24
Notice is hereby given that the subscriber the Forfar and
Kincardine Masonic Hall Company (Limited)
intend to make certain additions and alterations
on Tenement belonging to them situated
at Number thirteen Meadow Street
Dundee (the only conterminous proprietor
Being Thomas Miln Reed Maker Dundee)
Conform to Plan lodged in the hands of the Clerk of the Guild Court of Dundee and that unless interdicted by any of the conterminous Proprietors the operations will be proceeded with within three days from this date.
George Royal Chairman of the Coy.
24th June 1868
These do certify that I James BairdDean ofGuild officer Dundee Lawfully Intimated true Copies of the above notice to Mr Thomas Miln Reed Maker Dundee and James Stewart Esq. Convener Town Property Committee Dundee by putting with my own hand Copy into the Post Office at Dundee Prepaid upon this twenty fourth day of June Eighteen hundred and sixty eight years.
James Baird Dean of Guild officer
Dundee 1st July 1868
The Dean of Guild having visited the subjects mentioned in the preceding Notice and no objections having been lodged for Conterminous Proprietors Grants Warrant to the within designed Forfar and Kincardine Masonic Hall Company (Limited) to make certain additions and alterations on tenement belonging to them situated at number thirteen Meadow Street Dundee Conform to Plan produced and subscribed by the Clerk of the Guild Court on the 24th day of June Eighteen hundred and sixty eight farther allows to the said Appoints a copy of this Warrant to be intimated to Mr William Mackison Town Surveyor Dundee. Four words delete.
for the purpose of laying such materials as may be required in carrying through said operations. But appoints him for the safety of the Lieges to enclose said space with a close wooden Paling of sufficient height and properly Lighted with gas from sun set till sun rise until said operations shall have been completed, and the said paling removed. As also for the safety of the passengers to construct a Platform or Foot Walk three feet six inches in width to be laid with planks three inches thick or flags outside of said paling, with a suitable Hand Rail all to the satisfaction of Mr William Mackison Town Surveyor Dundee.
Thomas Nicoll D.G
Innes Duffus, Archivist to the Nine Trades of Dundee
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