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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1623

    provest, baillies, and counsall. 25 October 1623. Help grantit to Cathcart brig . The provist, baillies, and counsall convenit haif grantit for help and support of the brig of Cathcart, ij c li. 15 November 1623. Ale, breid . [Ordained

    Extracts from the Records, 1581, Oct-Dec

    in the townis effairis in defence of the pley of the Grenesyde. Dury, minister, Cathcart . It wes desyrit of thame [the council ] be Jhone Cathcart of Carriltoun, that license micht be grantit be thame to Jhone Dury, minister,

    Extracts from the Records, 1583, Jan-Mar

    j m c fourscoir twa yeirs. James R., Gowry; Indorsat, a pud Halyruidhous, 4 o Novembris 1582; sederunt, Glencairy, Gowry, Cathcart, Orknay, Dumfermling, Cambuskynneth, clerk of register, comptroller, Provest of Dundie. Red, past, and allowet in counsell, Joannes Andro. Quhilk

    Extracts from the records, 1581

    lott, walk and waird, and pay stentis as burgessis suld do. And becaus Johne Tod, James Byris, Johne Muir, in Cathcart, comperit nocht, being summondit oppinlie at the mercat croce, thairfor thai are decernit to have tynt thair fredomes of

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    Wiston read Weston. 137. Fourth entry from top . Omit Esq. after Thomas. 138. Sixth entry . For Carteret read Cathcart. 139. Last entry but one . For Naus read Nans. 178. No. 574. Omit Sir before John Ponsonby. 180. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    102 malwydd oed. Mae masnachwyr Lerpwl weda penderfyeu cau ea niasnacbdai am saith bob dydd oddieithr y Sadwrn. Mae Arglwydd Cathcart, llywydd y Gymdeithas A.maethyddol Frenhinol, yn cynyg gwobr o lOOp. am y traethawd goreu ar haint ypytatws, a'r moddion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLYTHTR ODDIWRTH Y PARCH. GISTS. 771 TV TO Sf A QACPT.1V I ,GBIFFITH-I ELLIS,; M.A., BOOTLE. d -ODEsSA, Ebrill 26, 1884. MEl. dGlygydd,-Yn yatod y pythefnos diweddaf, yr g wyfi-rWediofel y ples. o ymweled & dwy wlad y dar- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    States of America.-Leave giver. VOTE OF THANKS. Lord CASTLEREArn moved, that the Thanks offze House should be given to Lords Cathcart and Gambier, and the Officers, Soldiers, Seamaen, &c. serving uander theio iu ibe Expedition to Zealand, for the skill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i, FE9. 1. the Lnrt ClA-csLaoa communicated the Thailks of -tite Iease severally .to Lord Vis ount Cathcart and 'Lord G tambier, eacl Noble Lord standing in his placewhilst the twatks were delivered. The Ldrd Chancelldr added, il eheti instance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    general battle against tile tniied firce of the Allies, but has used the utitost activity to atlacklall detachments. [Here Lard Cathcart briefly notices tile proceedings of the eaipaigo,_dnwn to Btonopaite's " desperite and extraerdi. nairy plan of passitlig between the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Pitfligo, Dumffries, Cromerly, Forbes, Kirkcudbright, Stirling, Stair, Saltoun, Frafer, Elgin, _ Rofeberry, Gray, Bargeny, Traquair, Glafgow, Ochiltree, Bamff, Ancrum, Portmore, Cathcart, Elibank, Weyms, Bute, Mordington, Halkertoun, Dalhoufie, Hopetoun, Semple, Belhaven, Findlater, Deloraine, Elphinfton, Abercrombie, Leven, Way. Oliphant, Rollo, Dyfert, Frafer Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    mure, Arbuthnot, Kingftpun, Oxford, Irvine, Viscounts Kilfyth, Dumblain, Preftoun, Newhaven, Strathallan, Teviot, Duplin, Garnock, Primiofe. Lords Forbes, Saltoun, Gray, Ochiltree, Cathcart, Sinclair, Mordington, Semple, Elphinilon, OUphant, Frafer of Lovat, Borthwick, Rofs, Torphichen, Spynie, * Lundoirs, Balmeiincch, Blantyre, Cardrofs, L o Subscribers-only content

    10 January 1708, 10 January 1709

    whereon a great many are fubfcri- " bing, 3." 24. " The Earl of Loudoun, Proxy for the Lord " Cathcart, gave in the Proxy, with Certificate and " Oaths, 4." 25. " The Lord BlarJyre, Proxy for the Lord Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1734, 14 January 1735

    Bruce. Ds. Byron. Ds. Cornivallis* Ds. Lynne. Ds. Craven. Ds. CartereU Ds. Herbert. Ds, Haverjham. Ds. Gower. Ds. Hervey. Ds. Cathcart. "Ds. Mafoam. Ds. Fc/^y. Ds. Bathurfl, Ds. Onflow. Ds. Cadogan. Ds. Ducie. Ds. JP«#>o/<?. Ds, Hobart. Ds. Menfon. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1734, 14 January 1735

    Byron. Ds. Cornwallii. Ds. Lynne. Ds. Craven. Ds. Carteret. Ds. We/ton. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Haverfiam. Ds. Gower. Ds. Hervey. Ds. Cathcart. Ds. Montjoy. Ds. Majham. Ds. Ffl&y. Ds. Bathurft. Ds. Onflow. Ds. Cadogan. Ds. Ducie. Ds. Ds. j Ds. Monfon. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CATHCART, Hon. Charles Allan (1759-88), of Sauchie, Clackmannan.

    CATHCART, Hon. Charles Allan (1759-88), of Sauchie, Clackmannan. Constituency Dates Clackmannanshire 1784 10 June 1788 Ofifces Held 2nd lt. 23 Ft. Mar. 1777; capt. 77 Ft. Dec. 1777; maj. 98 Ft. 1780; lt.-col. (local rank in India) 1782. Biography

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

    arms. In a duel in 1716 with the son of the 7th Lord Cathcart, who had accused his brother of cowardice, he was badly wounded and Cathcart was killed.[footnote] Succeeding Henry Cunningham as muster master, he was also elected provost

    HOLBURNE, Francis (1704-71).

    against Robert Haldane but, hampered by his duties at Portsmouth, besought Loudoun to make interest for him with Lord Cathcart.[footnote] Cathcart wrote to Loudoun, 14 Sept. 1760:[footnote] ‘The Admiral ... is a very worthy and serviceable man, and his station

    CROMPTON, Samuel (1785-1848), of Wood End, nr. Thirsk, Yorks.

    1841. He was created a baronet in 1838 and died, a country gentleman at heart, in December 1848.[footnote] His only surviving child Elizabeth Mary (1831-1902), who succeeded to the Yorkshire estates, married her second cousin, the 3rd earl of Cathcart.

    GRAHAM, Thomas I (1748-1843), of Balgowan and Lynedoch, Perth.

    stayed in the field but withdrew shortly before the general election of 1774, having become engaged to the beautiful Mary Cathcart, whose sister was betrothed to the 3rd Duke of Atholl’s son and heir. By the time both marriages were

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The dangers of birching

    r-? tation. — I am., etc., LLEWELLYN W. WILLIAMS, B.Sc, Interim Hon. Secretary, Society for the? Reformation of School Discipline. Cathcart, February, 1900. •oo6i 'X.iunjq9q '4JBoq5U3 •auqdpsiQ looqog jo uoi4Uuijoj9^? aq; JOJ X49po^ 'XjU49J09g 'uojq; mu94ux '•3S*a 'SKVmiM 'A\ NATiaAVaTI Subscribers-only content

 

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