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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROSS, Charles (1763-1814), of Balnagown, Ross.

    (1763-1814), of Balnagown, Ross. Constituency Dates Tain (Northern) Burghs 30 June 1786 1796 Ross-shire 1796 1806 Linlithgow Burghs 1806 1807 Ofifces Held Cornet 7 Drag. 1780, lt. 1783; capt. 3 Horse 1784; maj. 37 Ft. 1787; lt. col. 1791; maj.-gen.

    LOCKHART ROSS, John (1721-90), of Balnagown, Ross.

    John (1721-90), of Balnagown, Ross. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 1761 1768 Lanarkshire 1768 1774 Ofifces Held Entered R.N. 1735; lt. 1743; capt. 1756; r.-adm. 1779; v.-adm. 1787. Biography Lord Hyndford wrote to Newcastle on 28 Oct. 1758:[footnote]As the town of

    ROSSE (ROSS), Hon. Charles (1667-1732).

    claims of ‘the honest party in Ross’, and in particular to urge the appointment of his kinsman David Ross of Balnagown as sheriff of the county. His own return in the March by-election, and retention of the seat in the

    MACKENZIE, Hon. Sir Kenneth, 3rd Bt. (c.1658-1728), of Cromarty.

    neighbouring Ross-shire, and as a result found himself included in the general denunciation of Mackenzie disloyalty which David Ross of Balnagown and Sir Robert Munro of Foulis submitted to the ministry. Mackenzie had given little or no pretext to be

    LOCKHART ROSS, Sir Charles, 7th Bt. (1763-1814), of Balnagown, Ross.

    7th Bt. (1763-1814), of Balnagown, Ross. Constituency Dates Tain Burghs 30 June 1786 71796 Ross-shire 1796 71806 Linlithgow Burghs 1806 71807 Ofifces Held Cornet, 7 Drag. 1780, lt. 1783; capt. 3 Horse 1784; maj. 37 Ft. 1787, lt.-col. 1791; brevet

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 April 1735, 13 April 1735

    to ad¬ journ as they pieafe. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Alexander Rofs of Aiikervile, Charles Rofs of Balnagown, and George Mailer of Rofs his Guardian, John Davidfm Clerk to the Court of Juiticiary, Alexander Rofs Writer to Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1744, 5 April 1744

    an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary, of the Firft of February laft, made on the Behalf of Charles Rofs of Balnagown Efquire ; and praying, " That the fame " might be reverfed; and that the Appellant might " have Subscribers-only content

    9 November 1775, 9 November 1775

    fhall feem meet; and that Captain John " Lockhart Rofs, who is now in Poffeflion of the Eflate " of Balnagown, Francis now Earl of Moray, George " now Earl of Dalhoufie, and the Honourable Mr. " Malcolm Fleming Ramfay, Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1776, 4 March 1776

    after all the Caufes already appointed, as defired. Upon reading the Petition and Crofs Appeal of John Rofs Rofs of Balnagown, Efquire, complaining of fo much of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the 5th of Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1776, 6 March 1776

    for hearing the Caufe, wherein Munro Rofs Rofs, et ceo«. of Pitcalny, Efquire, is Appellant, and John Rofs of " Balnagown, Efquire, is Refpondent et e con .-" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Un, 6 yrs Emily, aged Tadeastec, 5 yrs Hamnbloton, Aged Adventurerj 6 yrs Lepecrilo, 6 yrs Wild Norah II., aged Balnagown, 6 yrs Cleopatra, aged Major IT., aged The VETERAN STArEa. a Sweepestakes of 5 sora each, wIth 100 added; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June P.4, 1777, at Balsarroch, County Wigton, is fourth son of the Rev. Andrew Ross (of the family of Ross,:of Balnagown), miiister of Incmhhind pro- 'priotor of Balsarroch, by Elizabeth, second daibglmter of Robert Corsane, Esq., of Micklenox, in Dumfrics. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monaghan. Ross and Barnes-March 2, by the Rev. Alexander MIGlashan. of Lanark, Sir Charles Wm. A. F. Rss, Bart., of Balnagown and Bonnington, to Rebecca Sephia, third surviving daughter of the late Henry Barnes, Esq., of London. DEATHS. Eirker-Mareh 7, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    galloped a mile at a ' useful pace. Sherwood's Protectionist went at h half speed from Middlehill to Tattenham Corner. Balnagown and others cantered a mile. Nightin- E gall's Sandhill, Lady Winifred, Odille, Alert, and g the Hampton oolt had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pertlosloire. The new West Highland RaIlwvay, which runs noi-t-l tu Fort-Williamn, is progressing rapidly towards completion. The young laind of Balnagown, Sir Charles Rossw who is studying at Cambridge, is in training for a place in tile Caoi- bridge crew Subscribers-only content

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