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First published 1990 (DOST Vol. VII).

(Rin-cariage,) Ryn-car(e)age, -carrage, n. Also: ryne-carreage. [Rin- (see etym. note to Rin-mart) and Cariage n. 2 a.] Only in Angus: The duty of carrying goods as a feudal service due to a superior. — 1557 (1585) Reg. Great S. 275/1.
Necnon prestando annuatim 6 lie ryne carreages infra limites Angusie
1581–2 Ib. 107/2.
Ac faciendo 4 lie ryn caragis infra limites Angusie cum requisiti essent (vel solvendo … pro quolibet lie ryn carrage 4 den.)
c1592 Liber Aberbr. II xl.
Ilk cairtfull of peittis and ryn careage respectiue
1599 Reg. Great S. 305/1.
Quatuor lie ryn-carragiis

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