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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACKENZIE, Kenneth, 1st Visct. Fortrose [I] (1744-81), of Seaforth.

    in 1771 Fortrose was created Earl of Seaforth in the Irish peerage; and at the end of the Parliament was listed by Robinson as a Government supporter.Caithness was not represented in the 1774 Parliament; but Robinson mentioned Fortrose as a

    MACKENZIE, Kenneth (1717-61), of Seaforth.

    as Lord Fortrose, was the son of a Roman Catholic Jacobite, who had forfeited his estates and title for taking part in the Fifteen rebellion, was pardoned in 1726, and died in 1740. In 1741 a kinswoman wrote:Lord Fortrose has

    MACKENZIE, Kenneth, (Lord Fortrose) (1717-1761), of Seaforth.

    Kenneth, (Lord Fortrose) (1717-1761), of Seaforth. Constituency Dates Inverness Burghs 1741 1747 Ross-shire 1747 1761 Biography The Seaforths were Catholic chiefs of a mainly Protestant, but strongly Jacobite clan. Mackenzie’s grandfather died in exile in France; his father was ‘out’

    BAILLIE, Peter (1771-1811), of Berkeley Square, Bristol, Glos.

    election the following year came forward for Inverness Burghs, where his father had recently gained a somewhat precarious control of Fortrose and his cousin James Grant of Bught, provost of Inverness, secured him the support of the latter burgh. There

    GORDON, Alexander (d.1753), of Ardoch (now Poyntzfield), Ross.

    Ofifces Held Collector of customs at Inverness 1709-10; muster master gen. [S] June 1716-26; provost, Fortrose 1716. Biography In 1710, Gordon, a member of the Squadrone, was dismissed as collector of the customs at Inverness for brandy running. On the

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Court of, Principal and Dean of, & c. Ardagh , Dean of St. Patrick, in Ardelve , Baron of, see Fortrose, Viscount. Arden , William, M.A., church appointment deceased Ardes , Baron, creation of Ardfert , Deans of Ardouin , Subscribers-only content

    George III, October 1771, 01 October 1771-31 October 1771

    Same. Announcing that His Majesty has conferred the dignity of an Earl of the kingdom of Ireland on Lord Viscount Fortrose by the style and title of Earl of Seaforth. St. James's. 23 Oct. Dom. Geo. III., v. 11, p. Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, September 1742, 02 September 1742-30 September 1742

    if any favour has ever been shown in the like cases. A petition from Ken neth Mackenzie, commonly called Lord Fortrose, read for a new lease of estates at Eldon, being a fourth part of 4 prebends of Auckland Church,

    Index, F, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    the port of Campbelltown, 642. -, William, mortgage of Holy Island, 453. Fort Ross , co. Ross and Cromarty. See Fortrose. Fort St. Philips . See Port Mahon San Felipe. Fort William , co. Inverness, Governor, master gunner and gunners

    Index, F, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Mr. Secretary to Commissioners of Revenue, Ireland, 68. Fortifications ( see Floating fortifications), land purchased for. See Chatham, Harwich, Portsmouth. Fortrose , 203. Forward , Jonathan, contractor for transport of felons to America, 166, 188, 310, 324, 350, 402, 482,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 June 1824, 17 June 1824

    with. Upon reading the Petition of the Provost, Bailies, slavery, Councillors and Inhabitants of the Royal Burgh of Petitio'n from Fortrose, in Scotland, whose Names are thereunto sub- Forirose scribed ; setting forth, " That the Petitioners have felt con- Subscribers-only content

    Index, 6 January 1825

    New¬ castle upon Tyne, 304. — West Chapel in Wooler, 330. — Chester le Street, 407. — Chipping Campden, 416.— Fortrose, respecting, 433. — Cuckfield ; Bishop Auckland; Lyme Regis, &c.; Hurstperpoint; and Gosport, 448. — Lindfield; Ditcheling ; Broadstairs, Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1826, 23 March 1826

    Chisholme residing to examine " at Kilbirnie in the same Parish, Hugh M'Lean of ScSlT' " Hawkhill, Esquire, residing at Fortrose near Inverness, pet"). " are material and necessary Witnesses for the Claimant " on the Hearing of his Petition Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1826, 17 April 1826

    Perth, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Magistrates and Fortrose & Council of the United Burghs of Fortrose and Rosmarky, Rosmarky: for themselves and in behalf of the Communities of these Burghs, whose Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1826, 21 April 1826

    " Lieutenant Chisholm, residing at Kilbirnie in the same " Parish; and Hugh M'Lean of Hawkhill, Esquire, " residing at Fortrose near Inverness; with a view of his " petitioning for a Commission to have the said Witnesses " examined Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Essex. Fortescue, Hon. G., Hindon. Westenra, Hlon. H. R., Mbonaghan. Fyler, J. B-., Coyentry. Wood, C., Great Grimsby. Grant, R., Fortrose. Wynn, Right Hon. C., Montko- Graham, Sir J., Cumberland. meryshire. Grattan, H., Dublin (City). Wynn, Sir W. WV., Denbighlshire. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of apoplexy and palsy, Lord Craigie, in his 80th vear. On the Ist inst George Cemming, Esq. formerly M.P. for Fortrose, Inverness, &c. in several Parliaments, aged 82. In Whitehall place, aged 10, Richard Thomas, the sixth son of Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and christened with the same water, twenty one years ago.- PqlrosntuthJournal. DEATHS A few days since, at Rosehaugh HRorse, near Fortrose, the lady of Sir J. W. Mackenzie, Bart.. of Romsehaugh. On Mlonday, after a distressing illness of two months, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1el. noonger-C. oMartyn, N ewcaotle-npon-Tyue, draper-It. Tennant, Manchester, cloth merchant. SCOTCH SEQUESTllATIONS. W. AllLare, ?slussetbnrgla and Portobello, ilesher--C. CFl. lanlers, Fortrose, merchant-J. and J. Notman, Edinburgh, slasers. Friday, April 9. WAR OFFICE. APRIL 9. Ist Foot-Capt. G. B. Matthew, front Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sent for. This, however, did not make things better. The pelting with stones continued; and Lieut. Thomson and Mr Munroe, Fortrose, are severely injured. The lord lieutenant, in attempting to seize one of the stoutest and most active of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Pier at Fortrose, Ross-shire., 1821

    Pier at Fortrose, Ross-shire. Coastal view at Fortrose; two figures with sacks on their backs walking along the beach in foreground, towards boats on the sand at right; boats moored in small harbour at pier in middle ground at centre;


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