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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRODIE, James (1695-1720), of Brodie, Elgin.

    (1695-1720), of Brodie, Elgin. Constituency Dates Elginshire (Morayshire) 2 Oct. 1720 Biography James Brodie, of an ancient Elginshire family, was prominent on the government side in the Fifteen rebellion, defending his house against the rebels.[footnote] His name was appended to

    GRANT, Sir James, 6th Bt. (1679-1747), of Grant, Elgin.

    GRANT, Sir James, 6th Bt. (1679-1747), of Grant, Elgin. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 1722 1741 Elgin Burghs 1741 16 Jan. 1747 Biography James Grant became heir of entail to his father-in-law’s estate and baronetcy by a patent executed in 1704. In

    LOCKHART, Thomas (1739-75), of Craighouse, Edinburgh.

    LOCKHART, Thomas (1739-75), of Craighouse, Edinburgh. Constituency Dates Elgin Burghs 20 Mar. 1771 1774 Biography Lockhart, a barrister at the English bar, was returned for Elgin Burghs in 1771 with the support of Administration. In Parliament he was an infrequent

    BRODIE, Alexander (1748-1812).

    wealth’ gave him a chance in Elgin Burghs, Elgin, and Cromarty.[footnote] In the event, as a result of Dundas’s ‘pacification’ of the Fife, Gordon, Grant, and Findlater interests, he was returned unopposed for Elgin Burghs. ‘A worthy friend’ whom Dundas

    GRANT, Francis (1717-81), of Dunphail, Elgin.

    (1717-81), of Dunphail, Elgin. Constituency Dates Elginshire (Morayshire) 1768 1774 Ofifces Held Entered army 1739; lt.-col. 42 Ft. 1755; lt.-col. commandant 90 Ft. 1761; col. 1762; col. 63 Ft. 1768- d.; maj.-gen. 1770; lt.-gen. 1777. Biography Grant was a favourite

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duff, neu i dd&yweyd ei enw yn ei lawn hyd, Mr. Mountstuart ~, Elphinstone Grant Duff, yr aelod dros fwrdeisdrefi Elgin, .Is-ysgrifenydd Eyr. India. Dan beth sydd ha 3m hynodi M~r. Grant Duff o ran ymsddangosiad ei ha berson; yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y .mae y rhai hyny wedi myn'd a'i fryd'er's blyfiyddoedd, ar yr oedd ei areith- iau blynyddoi arnynt i etholwyr Elgin yn tynu sylw y wlad, ond wedi iddo gymeryd swydd, ymddengys ei' fd yn tybied ei 'wybdaeth ar bob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwesanaeth hwn gwnaed efyn arwhig,¢>yf 1858, a dd bensiszono 2,03,p; yn y fiwyddyn'gan yrEast India Company.. Ar. farwol- aeth' Iarll Elgin yn yrIndiaanfbuwyd. Syr. John Law1ence allan, lenwi ee:lefel Go'enw- General, ac e,nMi] odd--.eto ychwaneg& -glodyn y swydd bwys i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 Yr Adeg Bresebol yn Ewrop ... ... 8 Priodi yn Swyddfa'r Cofrestrydd - . 8, 9 Mr. Lowe yn Elgin U. 9 Y Rhyfel ... . . . 10, 11, 12 Newyddion Diweddaraf ... ..., . .. 13. Genedigaethiu, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o weinidogion uchafy Goron, ycbvdig ddydd- iau yn ol, fod yn awdurdod ar y mater. Ndewn ciniaw cy oedus yn Elgin, prydnawn Gwener, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, dywedodd Canghellydd y Drysorfa fod' Lloegr yn awr, yn ei phertbynas a helyntion y 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

    March, Cramond, Lauderdale, Marchmount, Lords Reay, Kinnoul, Seafield, Forrefter,- Loudon, Hyndford, 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, Subscribers-only content

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

    away, Laudeidale, Seaforth, Kinnoul, Loudon, Dummies, Stilling, Elgin, Southesk, Traquair, Ancrum, "VVeyms, " Dalhoufie, Airly, Findlater, Carnwath, Callender, Leven, Dyfert, Panmuie, Selkirk, Northefk, Kincardine, Belcprras, Forfar, Abone, - $ Ncwburgh, Kilmarnock, Dundonald, Dnnbartne, Kintoir, Broadalbin, Aberdeen, Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1713, 28 April 1713

    praying, " That he may be allowed to enter into a Re- ||^cf f^tte " cognizance for the Magistrates of Elgin, who have an Magiftrates «f " Appeal depending in this Houfe, they refiding m£lsm- •• Scotland:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1713, 15 June 1713

    " That a Day may be ap-^|j " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein the Magif- °verfuf " trates of Elgin are Appellants, and John Dundafs Pro-P " curator for the Church of Scotland^ and Sir James% u Stewart One Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1713, 3 July 1713

    of George /mw.t Provoft, and Kenneth M'kenzie, Alexander p "' Falconer, and James Charles, Bailiffs of the Borough oftlie c Elgin, in North Britain, and James RußII Beadle orScotl Sexton, from feveral Interlocutory Orders, or Sentences, of the Lords of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Paper

    the 19th century the founders of the firm of John Allan & Son came up from their native county of Elgin in Scotland and settled in the East of London . Here they created a large business which in 1876

    Parishes Steppingley

    Dissolution. 15 In the 17th century the office of steward of the manor was held by the Bruces, Earls of Elgin and Ailesbury, chief stewards of the honour of Ampthill . 16 In 1677 Charles II granted a ninety-nine years'

    Paddington Maida Vale

    crossed by Elgin Road (from 1886 called Elgin Avenue ) 32 and other westerly projections of roads from Marylebone , the monotony of the grid plan to be relieved by an enormous circus, ringed with crescents, in Elgin Road .

    Paddington Queen_s Park and St. Peter_s Park

    north-western part of Paddington parish was still rural in 1840 , although there was a plan to extend Elgin Road (later Elgin Avenue ) from Maida Vale across the lands of Westbourne manor to the later junction with Harrow Road

    Parishes East Cowton Webb of Odstock , baronet. Gules a cross between four falcons or .

    1662 his son Henry Anderson and others sold the manor to Thomas Earl of Elgin , Lord Whorlton . 32 Robert Earl of Aylesbury and Elgin and others in 1667 conveyed the manor to John Lord Belasyse, 33 whose only

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 27th March 1841

    the blank sheet, & Charles 's signature & seal. The gem of the whole contents of the Museum is the Elgin Marbles, most beautiful, but sadly mutilated. We saw various fine Antiques, &c - Mr Hawkins , who has this

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Elgin Cathedral; Picturesque views in Scotland, 1801

    Elgin Cathedral; Picturesque views in Scotland [church] Plate 22: two figures standing in the midst of the ruined castle, with the gothic front of the building in the right background. c.1800-1801Hand-coloured aquatint with etching

    Elgin, 1799

    Elgin Distant view of an industrial town from a river with falls in the foreground, a cathedral at left; illustration to an unidentified publication, with a series of views in ScotlandEtching and engraving

    The Town of Perth, 1824

    The Town of Perth Landscape showing a group of neo-classical buildings on the fringes of a town in the middle ground, with a bridge across a broad river which winds into the foreground, looping around an island, ships moored

    The Town of Elgin, 1824

    Town of Elgin Landscape showing a town in the middle distance with a church with twin square towers to left, a small mountain to right of centre and a large neo-classical building to right, seen across a river which forms

    Elgin Cathedral, 1813

    Elgin Cathedral [church] A ruined cathedral with twin square towers to left, two pointed arches still standing in the wall of the nave, extending to right, a body of masonry standing to right, with cattle and sheep grazing on

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 04/1783

    Sarah Humbridg Salop House Do Jno Levy Esqr Jones John Pennington Oxford Tothillfs Colnbrook Chas Friquet Esqr 8 Innis Robt Elgin Murrey Scotland Do Cheshunt Sr Samp Wright Thos Gilbert Esqr 20 Jillett Eliz Epsom Surry Clerkll St Andrews R

 

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