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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILLER, Patrick (d.1845), of Dalswinton, Dumfries.

    (d.1845), of Dalswinton, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 1790 81796 Ofifces Held Capt. 14 Drag. 1789, off list 1791. Biography Miller, whose uncle had represented Dumfries Burghs on the Duke of Queensberry’s interest 1761-6, was the successful candidate on the

    DOWNIE, Robert (1771-1841), of Appin House, Loch Linnhe, Argyll.

    1811 Mary Downie gave birth in London to Marion Agatha (d . 1881), who in 1829 married James Macalpine-Leny of Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire. In 1813, when he was living at Newton House, Perthshire, Downie lost his eldest legitimate daughter, Mary Cordelia,

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1371-1501

    No. XXVI., pp. 43 44. John Stewart is understood to have been the second son of Sir John Stewart of Dalswinton, and is referred to as provost of the city at various times down to 13th October, 1478. He married

    Index, E-L

    David, of Blaikerston, 331. Dr. David, bishop of Edinburgh, 369, 384. Duncan, a76. Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Stewart, of Dalswinton, 34. James, of Leckaway, 331. John de, bishop, 22, 628. John, earl of Crawford and Lindsay. See "Crawford and

    Index, M-Z

    guard in France. See "D'Aubigne, John, lord." John, general of horse, 299. John, commendator of Coldingham, 534. Sir John, of Dalswinton, 34. Sir John, of Minto, 45, 534, 50, 534, 537, 541, 548, 550, 93, 95, 102 3, 105 6,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIEDI. On the IIth inst., at St. George's, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. John Macaulayevcar of Loppiogton, in Shropshire, Edward Cropper, Esq., of Liverpool, to blMrgaret,. daughter of Z. Macaulay, Esq. On the 13th inst., at St. Paoenras Church, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edinburgh, where it was seen by Mir. P. Miller, of Dalswinton. The result of this interview with Mr. Miller was Syming- ton's partially successful experiments in propelling a boat on Dalswinton Loch in 1788; and again, on a la-ger scale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is estimated at £5,000., and is covered by insurance. Two hundred people will temporarily be without employment. The steel ship Dalswinton, 1,600 tons register, built this year at Port Glasgow, and owned by Councillor Guthrie (Glasgow), has taken fire, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Company, as also the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway Company, was WillIng to Subscribe to the James MPAlpine Eeny, Esq., of Dalswinton, moved the Second Resolution, which was seconded by Mr. Johnston, Younger, of Carnealloch, and unanimously agreed-to, viz.:- "That the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasgow, Director of the Caledonian and Dumbartonshire Railway. William Ilouldsworth, Esq. of Belvidere, Merchant, Gla6gow. J. Macalpine Leny, SEq. of Dalswinton. Alexander Maclean, ERq. of Ardcgour. Duncan M'Arthur, Eeq. Chief Magistrate of Oban. John Menzies, Esq. oh Chesthill. Robert Monteith, Subscribers-only content

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