Ardglass was a royal burgh and sent a representative to the Irish parliament.
On the 18th I proceeded, taking my dear wife with me, to that royal burgh.
Arbroath was created a royal burgh in 1186, and its charter of 1599 is preserved.
She will be found so described in the arms of the royal burgh of Banff.
The town, which was created a royal burgh by David I., was burnt down about the middle of the 13th century.
Death is a great reformer of corporate bodies, and we found, now and then, the benefit of his helping hand in our royal burgh.
Dornoch became a royal burgh in 1628, and, as one of the Wick burghs, returns a member to parliament.
Aberdeen is one of the oldest towns in Scotland, and was constituted a royal burgh by William the Lion in 1179.
From James V. the town received the rights of a royal burgh.
William the Lion (d. 1214) granted the town four charters, by one of which it was created a royal burgh.