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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 22nd September 1851

    a good deal of mist & fog. When we came down, we decided to walk on, past a farm, called Ardoch & then mounted our ponies & came across fields, past a farm & cottage where Mary Leys, he oldest

    Tuesday 13th September 1842

    rode with us the whole way till there. Soon after this, we came to a very extraordinary Roman Encampment, at Ardoch , called the Linden. Albert got out for a moment to look at it, I, remaining in the carriage.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BONTINE, William Cunninghame (c.1772-1845), of Ardoch, nr. Cardross, Dunbarton.

    Cunninghame (c.1772-1845), of Ardoch, nr. Cardross, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Dunbartonshire 1796 May 1797 Ofifces Held Capt. Dunbarton fencibles 1795. Biography Bontine’s father opposed his return for Dunbartonshire in 1796, promulgated by the Duke of Montrose on the understanding that Bontine

    BUCHANAN, John (1761-1839), of Ardoch and Balloch Castle, Dunbarton.

    (1761-1839), of Ardoch and Balloch Castle, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Dunbartonshire 19 Feb 1821 1826 Ofifces Held Bailie, Glasgow 1793, treas. 1799. Biography Buchanan"s father, the only son of an eminent Glasgow lawyer, was in business in the city as a

    GORDON, Alexander (d.1753), of Ardoch (now Poyntzfield), Ross.

    (d.1753), of Ardoch (now Poyntzfield), Ross. Constituency Dates Inverness Burghs 23 Oct. 1722 Ofifces Held Collector of customs at Inverness 1709-10; muster master gen. [S] June 1716-26; provost, Fortrose 1716. Biography In 1710, Gordon, a member of the Squadrone, was

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1735, 6 February 1736

    amended Petition and Appeal of SirGoi<!on& William Gordon Baronet, Alexander Gordon of Ardoch, t Thomas Forrefier, John Urquhart, Hugh Rofs, William Marjiifiice, and James Mackenzie, Tenants in Ardoch, John Machea, Jannet Mackenzie, He51 or and George Ferguefons, Tenants in Ballfl:elly, Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1750, 5 March 1751

    Torboll- againft complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Sef Gordon' fion in Scotla?idy to which Alexander Gordon of Ardoch Efquire is Refpondent: It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of the faid Caufe be adjourned till To-morrow. Upon Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1750, 7 March 1751

    Scotland, of the 4th of November 1747, and 4th of June 1748, made on the Behalf of Alexander Gordon of Ardoch Efquire; and praying, " That " the fame might be reverfed, varied, or altered, and M fuch other Relief Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1762, 9 February 1762

    Appeal of Lieutenant^™.^ & »'• James Stewart, Second Son of John Stewart of Caßle ß^icymple. Stewart Efquire, William Rorifon of Ardoch, and George Campbell of Airies Efquire; complaining of certain Parts of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1813, 3 February 1813

    of William Graham k Cunninghame Bontine Cunninghame Graham Efquire of Momfon Gartmore, Finlayflone and Ardoch, and of Mneas Mor- jjf""^^^ rifon, Tackfman of the Fifhings of Ardoch ; complaining Dumbarton? of Two Interlocutors of the Second Divifion of the Lords Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evening the Glasgow ana Perth imail- oach, on its way thither, was over- turaed on the road between Bishop's-bridge and Ardoch. The {bg was very thick, and the guard cautioned the coach- man of the necessity of proceeding slowly; notwithstanding, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    toLord John blate ners, A.P., second son of the Duke of Rutland-On tle 12t1 inst., W. C. Bont Eso., of Ardoch, to Ann Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the l.teAdmiralthe un C. E. Fleming. Denatls.-On the 12th inst., at Olney, Bucks, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His relative, Mr P. B. Smollett, has offered himself on the Conservative interest, and is opposed by Mr Bontine, of Ardoch, a Liberal. DuNDEa.-Sir John Ogilvy offers himself for re-election. EDINUsRGH.-Mr Cowan does not intend again to offer himself. Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Middlesex Billings Wiliam, leyden-by B ohert John anbrke, Rot, for itdndoo, Kent Creaor Donald, ArdoJh-br SeWi toiam Smith, Esqt for Ardoch, near Creiff Dnosten Edmand. IiCharlesstreet St Jameos, Weotmainster-loy Frederick Charles Clarke, Elphick Henry, Nutfield-by Edmund aenry Gurney, Weq b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    discovered about the same locality frem' time to time. The troops of Agrioslo, on -their marcoh to the camp of Ardoch, come throtmgh Glen. eagles, anad consequently would pass near tha spot Indi- cated. Some entoquaroans who have seen the Subscribers-only content

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