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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACKENZIE, Thomas (1789-1822), of Applecross, Ross.

    (1789-1822), of Applecross, Ross. Constituency Dates Ross-shire 1818 19 Oct. 1822 Biography When Mackenzie was first returned for Ross-shire in 1818 the Liverpool ministry, who remained neutral in the contest, considered him "a very uncertain card"; but he made a

    MACKENZIE, Thomas (1789-1822), of Applecross, Ross.

    (1789-1822), of Applecross, Ross. Constituency Dates Ross-shire 1818 19 Oct. 1822 Biography Elizabeth Grant of Rothiemurchus recalled Mackenzie, ‘a plain man’ with ‘a buck tooth’, at an Inverness ball in 1814:He was the catch of the north country from the

    STEWART MACKENZIE, James Alexander (1784-1843), of Brahan Castle, nr. Dingwall, Ross.

    months later he again backed Fraser, but the Liverpool ministry, previously neutral, now backed the sitting Member, Thomas Mackenzie of Applecross, despite Stewart Mackenzie"s direct appeal to their Scottish political manager, the 2nd Lord Melville. Fraser was obliged to withdraw.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SisTERS, of Storsow ay, bound for Arerica with emigrants, was lately lying at anchor in the bay of Shildag, at Applecross, ao addition .as made to the number of souls on board, under circumstatices rather curious. The vessel lay three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Ross and Cromartie, in place of Mr Stuart Mackenzie, ap. pointed to the Governorship of Ceylon. Mr Mackenzie, of Applecross, is in the field on the Tory side. -A Reform Registration Society has been established in Bucks, to afford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son. At Edinburgh, the lady of T. Mackenzie, Esq., of Applecross, M.P. of a son, MARRI ED. On the 121th of May, at Vienna, Count C-avriani, to the Princess Rosa Eqter- 1mav, youngest daughter of his Serene H-li,rheess Prince Paid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PREPARATIONS FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION. I ENGLAND. [The general prospect of the coming elections-as will be seen from our lists which we have prepared with care-is very cheering. We may corroho- rate this view by an extract from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (t). t Ieobteo.-Mr Carmichael and Mr M'Ken- a CZackm.nan.-Sir C. Adam & Mr Iruce (t). aie Xt). Roa-ir MI'Keneie, of Applecross (t)! * Pert.-Fox HMaule and Lord Stormont (t). Dumnsartcn.-Sir J. Colquhoun and Mr Benfrewa.-Mr Houston tt). Smollett (t). 4doaburgh.-Captain Subscribers-only content

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