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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1590, March

    Monro of Dawachartie, Angus Williamesoun M c intoshe in Termett, and Johnne Vrquhart, Tutour of Cromarty, within the boundis of the schirefdomis of Inuernes and Cromarty; Johnne Campbell of Caddell, Schireff of Narne, Hucheoun Ros of Kilrawak, and Johnne Hay

    June 1654, An Ordinance for Distribution of the Elections in Scotland., 27 June 1654-27 June 1654

    place of meeting for the Election of such person shall be at Caithness; For the Shires of Sotherland, Ross, and Cromarty, one, and the place of meeting for the Election of such person shall be Ross; For the shire of

    Index, K, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Kemmerly. Kimpland , James, 679. Kincaid , Alexander, 359. Kincardine , feus of Crown in, 423. Kindeace (co. Ross and Cromarty), 645. King Charles I . 182. -, Charles II. 96, 112, 133, 169, 219, 225, 254, 331, 401, 445,

    Acts, 1704

    at St James's, the 29th day of February 1704, and of our reign the 2d year. By her Majesty's Command, Cromarty. Directed To the Right Reverend and well-beloved, the Moderator, Ministers, and Elders, of the General Assembly of the Church

    Warrant Books, September 1714, 11-18, 11 September 1714-18 September 1714

    Cheyne as landwaiter and searcher at Leith loco Alexander Cuming, presented to be tidesurveyor at Cromarty. 27 April 1714. Alexander Cuming as tidesurveyor at Cromarty loco James Smith, made officer of salt. 27 April 1714. James Marshall as tidesman at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACKENZIE, Sir George, 4th Bt. (c.1702-48), of Cromarty and Grandvale.

    4th Bt. (c.1702-48), of Cromarty and Grandvale. Constituency Dates Cromartyshire 25 Mar. 1729 231734 Biography Mackenzie succeeded his father as Member for Cromartyshire in 1729, voting with the Administration on the army in 1732, but against them on the excise

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

    Kenneth, 3rd Bt. (c.1658-1728), of Cromarty and Grandvale. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 231708 Cromartyshire 1710 231713 Cromartyshire 1727 13 Sept. 1728 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Cromartyshire 1693-1707. Biography Mackenzie’s father gave him the estate of Cromarty soon after 1685 and

    MACLEOD, Roderick (1786-1853), of Cadboll, Cromarty.

    (1786-1853), of Cadboll, Cromarty. Constituency Dates Cromartyshire 1818 301820 Sutherland 14 Sept. 1831 301837 Inverness Burghs 1837 Feb 1840 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Cromarty 1833-d. Biography Macleod, an advocate like his father, was returned unopposed for Cromarty on the family

    ROSS, George (1700-86), of Cromarty

    when ‘in 1766 ... Mr. Pulteney formed the plan of representing the county of Cromarty and in concert with ... George Ross purchased the estate of Cromarty and the superiority of several other properties in Cromarty’.[footnote] In 1772 Ross seems

    GORDON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (?1707-83), of Invergordon, Cromarty.

    Bt. (?1707-83), of Invergordon, Cromarty. Constituency Dates Cromartyshire 30 Dec. 1742 1747 Cromartyshire 1754 1761 Ofifces Held Sec. for Scottish affairs to the Prince of Wales 1745-51; sec. and chamberlain to the principality of Scotland 1753- d. Biography Gordon’s father

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. John Camp- bell ddarfodc iddo pan yr progoethLi yn nigogledd Scot- land ac ynysoedd Orkney, iddo fyned drvy gyfyngfor Cromarty i Drummond, lie yr oedd hari wr vdolc| wedi mwvyuhau ci bregeth. Adroddodd yr leyn wr iddo am hen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Earl of Belfast. Ayr, Irvine, &c. (Boroughs)-T. F. Kennedy. Aberdeen District-Horatio Ross. Belfast (Town)-Sir ArthurChichester. Ban.f (County)-John Morison. Cromarty (County)-Duncan Davidson. Conan ( County)-Mr. Maxwell t and Mr. Young. Clare (County)-W. N. M'Namara and M. O'Connell, Crail District Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duchess Countess of Sutherland, at Dunrobin Castle, vfier5 the Magistrates of the whole northern burghs, Wick, Dornock, Tain, and Cromarty, waited on him. In the hall of the Castle Lord Brougham received the deputations, when the freedom of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEGENDS of the NORTH of SCOTLAND; or the Traditional History of Cromarty. By HUGH MILLER. A. and C. Black, Edinburgh; Longman and Co. London. THE POOR. Just published, price Is. SUGGESTIONS for restoring the MORAL CHARACTER and the INDUSTRIOUS HABITS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time and passed. Lord HADnDIoNON called the attention of the house to the circunetance oftwo persons havingbeen appointed magistrates in Cromarty, though legal proceedings had been instituted against them fo forciblv abducting a voter at the last election for Ross Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 30th July 1838

    the Hse of Lds, & unable to dine with me, There was to be some Motion about 2 Magistrates in Cromarty , who had been it seems improperly appointed. Then, there was a Bill about Juvenile Offenders, brought on by

    Monday 30th July 1838

    House of Lords, and be unable to dine with me; there was to be some Motion about two Magistrates in Cromarty who had been improperly appointed, it seems, he said. And then that there was a Bill about Juvenile Offenders,

 

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