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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 March 1769, 15 March 1769

    the whole Houfe : Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill To-morrow. Gordon of Dornoch. Sir Rob. Gor- The Earl of Rochford (by His Majefty's Command) don'sjPetition prefented to the Houfe, a Petition of Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1771, 20 March 1771

    alfo of another Petition of the faid Sir Robert Gordon, claiming the Title, Dignity, and Honour, of Lord Gordon of Dornoch; and alfo of the Petition of Eliza¬ beth, (claiming the Dignity of) Counters of Sutherland, and her Guardians ; Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1801, 8 May 1801

    Perth Culrofs Renfrewfhire: Renfrew Roxburghfhire: Jedburgh Rofsfhire: Tain Dingwall - Fortrofe - Selkirkfhire: Selkirk Stirlingfhire: Stirling - • • Sutherland: Dornoch •...,•„ Wigtounfhire: Wigtoun Whitehom Stranraer A. i8of Sets in Set, feparate A&s. bound 93 —' i x i i Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1812, 10 April 1812

    Marquefs of Queenfierry, Earl of Drumlangrig and Sancbar, Vifcount Nith, Tother- wald and Rojs, Lord Douglas of Kinmouth, Middlebie and Dornoch, and Limitation to the faid Marquefs and his Heirs Male whatfoever, in all Time coming. " That His faid Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    214. —Pittenweem; Glendovan ; Western Strathmore Agri¬ cultural Association ; Lochmaben; Blackford; Auchter- arder; and Kilmadoch, 21st April, 225.—Dunning; 14. Dornoch; and Culross, 24th April, 234.—Eastern Forfar¬ shire Farming Society ; Lochmaben; AberdourandPitsligo; Skene ; Dunse ; Strathdon; Auchterless ; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1726

    as easy as possible to all concerned, therefore, they do disjoin the Presbytery of Dornoch from the Synod of Ross, and hereby erect the Presbyteries of Dornoch, Caithness, and Tongue, into a Provincial Synod, to be called the Synod of

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 14 May 1652, 14 May 1652-14 May 1652

    to former Order, make Report of their Transactions in Scotland ; And the Assents of the several Shires of Sotherland, Dornoch and Arguile ; And the Commission to the Deputies of Arguyleshire , of the 27th of March 1652: And

    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 in the same shire; And for the Boroughs of Dornoch, Taine, Inverness, Dingwell, Nearn, Elgin and Forras, one, and the place of meeting for the El ection of such

    Acts and Proceedings, 1587, June

    doctrine of Sanct Paul, and qualified to vse the functioun of a Pastour or Minister at the Kirk o f Dornoch, or any vther kirk within ȝ our Hienes realme, quher he is lawfullie callit, and worthie to have a

    Acts, 1694

    Assembly sees fit to commit thereto; doth, therefore, by these presents, nominate and appoint Mr Willi am Mackay, minister at Dornoch, & c. & c., to be commissioners of this General Assembly, to the effect after expressed, with full power

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young man of amiable character, and had been married only about seven months." A melancholy suicide was committed at Dornoch on Saturday week; an unfortunate woman, widow of the late Lieutenant J. Sutherland, of that place, driven to desperation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Their united ages aounted to 150 years, 50sf which they lived together as man and wife. At Rearquhar, parish of Dornoch, Slcotlndaged lot, Mary Campbell, widow 0 James Grant. She enjoyed good health, and retained her faclInes unimpaired till within Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and declared himself a pro- gressive reformer. WICK BueGons.-At Dingwall yesterday Lord John Hay had a majority of 59; at Dornoch, a majority of 15; at Tain, at two o Clock, a majority of 29. At Kirkwall, Mr Shaw had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fnot expected to survive. A TEmiRtIIC ACCIDENT TOOK PLACE ONs THwE GoLAGOW ANd SouTbe- WeWadSTEe RAsLWAY on Wednesday evening at Dornoch. two miles isouth of Annan, on the Glasgow and South-Western Railway, by which one of the passengers and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the devil, and so lamed in hands and Ifeet. This woman Was put into a tar-barrel and burned at Dornoch in the bright month of June. "And it is said that after being brought out to execution, the weather Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SUTHERLAND, William, Lord Strathnaver (1683-1720).

    great Sutherland estate. This gave Strathnaver the disposal of the family’s electoral patronage, in Sutherland and in the burgh of Dornoch in the Northern district. At the 1708 election he put up for the district, against stiff opposition from the

    SCOTT, John (1725-75), of Balcomie, Fife.

    was married to his old Fife acquaintance James Wemyss of Wemyss. Sutherland offered Scott his interest in the burghs of Dornoch and Wick, and in the summer of 1757 accompanied Scott to the north to begin his campaign.[footnote] Next Scott

    MUNRO, Robert (1684-1746), of Foulis, Ross.

    after a contest in 1710, his principal support coming from the Ross interest at Tain and the Sutherland interest at Dornoch. He was listed, apparently in error, both as a ‘Tory patriot’ who opposed the continuance of the war and

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Dornoch, Sutherlandshire., 1821

    Dornoch, Sutherlandshire. [church] View of Dornoch, seen from a hill, with a man wearing tartan plaid seated on the hillside in foreground at left, a dog lying beside him, and figures walking on the ridge above; road with figures and


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