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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1711, 24 March 1712

    at the Bar, on Friday the Fourth Day of April next; at Eleven a Clock. Upon reading the Petition of Sir James Sinclair, ofCirthfcm, to Dunbeath, Baronet; praying, " That Mr. James Cutb'™™-™^.** " bert for sir j, Sinclair. ing< Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1713, 15 May 1713

    St. Clair, ofsinclak JJlbfier, Efquire, Refpondent to an Appeal depending in Tfi*s. this Houfe, brought by Sir James Sinclair, of Dunbeath, Baronet, the laft Sefficn of Parliament; fliewing, " That he put in his Anfwer thereto the Beginning of " Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1713, 2 June 1713

    Whereas this Day was appointed, for hearing of the Caufe depending in this Houfe, wherein Sir James Sin¬ clair, of Dunbeath, Baronet, is Appellant, and John Sin¬ clair, of Ulbßcr, Efquire, Refpondent, brought in the 14th of March 17 i Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1721, 12 February 1722

    and are hereby, af¬ firmed. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John EarlE- of Broadalbin, Sir James Sinclair of Dunbeath Baronet,Ec and John Sinclair of Ulbfier Efquire; complaining of fe- veral Interlocutory Sentences of the Lords of Seffion in Subscribers-only content

    7 December 1722, 7 December 1722

    of Caithnes, to the Pe- E. of BroaJal- tition and Appeal of John Earl of Broadalbine, Sir^*aK James Sinclair of Dunbeath Baronet, and John Sinclair e. of Caith* of Ulbfter Efquire, was brought in. neft- This Day John Duke of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clog tinder each arm ; and in this man. ner she was interred.-Manchester Guardian. LONGuVItYro.-There is at present residing near Dunbeath a pensionee, named Ant us Macgregor, who was discharged from the army in 1785, in consequence of a hurt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mullins or Towns- ley, came last week across the Ord. Having got the length of 1Pamscraigs, in the neighbourhood of Dunbeath. she found unfortunately that the circumstances and supersti- tion favourable for the exercise of her most lucrative voca- tion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stred lVest, in this town. SINCLAXR.-On the 21st inst., at Melville Street, Edinburgh, ageill years, Sir J. Sinclair, Barb., of Dunbeath. TuPrEr. -On-the 29th uilt at the residence of his mother, LlthfOl Street, aged 33 years, Renry, the only and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    avoid being crushed by the ruins. Bedridden persons were carried oat in blankets. Ilmany families have been left homeless, In Dunbeath whole rows of houses are unroofed. OFFICIAL COURT -'CIRCULAR. BALORALA , November 18.-'The Queen went out walk- ing yesterday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., at St. MTartks Church, Peter; b rolugh (by the Rev. W, P. Burrell), Robert, youngest Fon ef Andrew Oliver, Dunbeath, N.B,, to Elizabeth, second daughtjr or the late James Hlohbes. blitrston, Beds. l e .VATKINS-RAYNrttt,-On the 22nd inst., at Subscribers-only content

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