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  • * British History Online *

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    Volume 250, 1724. Classified. Part II, 01 January 1724-31 December 1724

    ] 14 pages. 3 . Forfeited estates, Scotland. Two accounts relating to the purchase money of the estates of (1) Fingask, and (2) Southesque and Linlithgow. 2 double pages. 4 . Five letters from the Com rs of the Navy

    Index, F, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    of; 74. Fife , French forces in; 168, 169, 170, 172, 174, 175, 179. Figarola , Don Giovanni, ambassador; 148. Fingask ; 485. Fish , sale of, miliute on; 357. Fishbourn , Old; 12. Fisher : John; 269, 276. T.,

    Appendix, Additional documents (Feb 1649 and undated)

    Alexander Moncrieffe, Master James Simson, Master William Oliphant, Master John Murray, Master William Rait. Sir William Bruce, David Weemes of Fingask, Vicount of Arburthnet. Within the provinces of be-north Angus, Master Robert Keith, Master Duncan Forbes, Master John Rowe, Master

    Acts and Proceedings, 1605, July

    under subscribing. And hereupon they craved and took instruments, day, month, and year foresaids, before these witnesses, Alexander Forbess of Fingask, David Ronaldson, John Tullidas, Mathew Donaldson, John Kemp baker, Alexander Thomson skinner, burgesses of Aberdeen, Mr George Spence servitour

    Volume 229, October 5-December 26, 1720, 05 October 1720-26 December 1720

    this week, viz.: The estate of Stirling, late of Keir, at twenty-one years' purchase. That of David Threapland, late of Fingask, at about twenty. That of Pitcairn at twenty. That of the late Earl of Southesque at nineteen. That of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUNDAS, Thomas (c.1708-86), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling.

    (c.1708-86), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling. Constituency Dates Orkney and Shetland 1768 Dec. 1770 Ofifces Held Burgess of Edinburgh 1734; dep. Lyon king of arms 1744-54; commr. of police Dec. 1770. Biography His father, merchant and bailie of Edinburgh, kept

    DUNDAS, Thomas (1750-94), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling.

    (1750-94), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling. Constituency Dates Orkney and Shetland 31 Jan. 1771 1780 Orkney and Shetland 1784 1790 Ofifces Held Cornet 1 Drag. Gds. 1766; capt. 63 Ft. 1769, maj. 1776; lt.-col. 80 Ft. 1777; col. 1782; half

    DUNDAS, James (1721-80), of Dundas, Linlithgow.

    succeeded to the Dundas estates his title to the headship of the Dundas family was disputed by Thomas Dundas of Fingask (father of Thomas and Lawrence Dundas), whose claim was rejected by the court of session in 1758.[footnote] When James

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kintbury

    Elizabeth died unmarried and the manor passed to Anne, who married Charles Dundas , second son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask 36 (co. Stirling ). Charles Dundas , who was living at Barton Court in 1790 , 37 was M.P.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the reversal of the Attainders of five Scotch Peers, Lord Elcho, Lord Camwath, Lord OgiI- vie, Lord Dunse, and Lord Fingask They were read a first time. LOCAL PAYMENT OF PROMfSSORY NOTES BILL. On the motioo for the further consideration Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He was the son of James Deans, Esq., M.D., of Calcutta, by the daughter of T. Dundas, Esq., M.P., of Fingask, and having been educated at the High School of Edinburgh, where he was born, he entered the navy in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of brushwood, &c., that the bridge vas choke up and the water found egress through the elds at thofooa of Fingask, The farm-house of Balntore lad about 2ft of water In the ground dloor,.and the family ad tobe rm oved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERTHi.-The Reformers are supporting the H-on. Arthur D Kinnaird, and the Torie Sir Patrick NIMrray Threlpland, - sI Bart. of Fingask. IRELAND. C InSLAND.-The Reform party will gain considerably ill D thi country. The Tories admit a loss of ten, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deposit ne £2 10s. per Share." Ty PROViSTONAL COMMITTEE. The Right Hon. Lord KINNAIRD, Chairman. Sir PATRICK MURRAY TIIRIEPLAND, of Fingask, Bart., Deputy-Chairman. The Most Noble the Marquis Gt BREADALBANE. _ The Right Hon. Lord G11AY. The Right Hon. Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 November 1755, 14 November 1755

    John Bucknay late Provoft of Linlith- ** gow, Andrew Bucknay his Son, late Counfellors, Tho- " mas Dundafi Younger of Fingask, Laurence Dundafs " of Kerfe, Henry Bell Maltfter in Linlithgow, Thomas •• Smeal Merchant there, William Inglis Tanner there, Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1756, 22 January 1756

    Maltfters in th'e faid Borough, Tho- Houfe the State of the Cafe, with their Opinion there- fnas Dundafs Younger of Fingask, Lawrence Dundafs of upon, under their Hands, and whether all Parties who Kerfe, Thomas Smeall Merchant in Linlithgow, Fdmond Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1756, 5 May 1756

    Borough, James Carlow and Henry Bell Maltfters in the faid Borough, Thomas Dundafs Younger of Fingask, Lawrence Dundafs of Kerfe, Thomas Smeall Merchant in Linlithgow, Edmond Anderfon Gardener there, William Inglis Tanner there, all Seven Merchant Counfellors of the faid Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1817, 27 February 1817

    for Causes after those already appointed. Budge's Pen- Upon reading the Petition of Patrick Murray xo Judges" Thriepland Budge, of Fingask and Tqftengall, praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Purposes in the said Petition mentioned: It is Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1826, 25 April 1826

    Bill, signed by His Majesty, Restoration intituled " An Act for the Restoration of Patrick Murray Bl11: " Threipland of Fingask to the Dignity of a Baronet." The said Bill was read the First Time. Ordered, That the said Bill Subscribers-only content

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