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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the eist nlt. at Bri'ton-hill, Surrey, T. F. Rommey, esq. late 6f the Mili- tary Institution at Chariton, nearWoolsvich. At Gairloch, on the 26th ultimo, at the advanced age of eighty-three, Colin Mackenzie, alias Cailen Ban, well known on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is stated that the sitting member for Ross-shire, Mr Mackenzie, ef'Applecross, is tobe opposed by Sir Francis Mackenzie, of Gairloch. to"bssghsoire.-Lord Johu Scott being to retire from the representation, the lHon. Francis Scott, a son of Lord Polworth, has Subscribers-only content

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    that the passengers fcr Helensburgh had all landed, and that the boat was about to proceed on her passage up Gairloch when the explosion took place. Something connected with the management of the valves is supposed to have caused the Subscribers-only content

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    discussed, and proved, and contested, in the London world, as they had been in the anxious local world of which Gairloch was the Centre. From the padded couch of a cripple, where she bad lain for years, Miss Fancourt had Subscribers-only content

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    example of his prose style, we may quote a couple of sentences from the description of a land- scape near Gairloch: Towards the east and south there spreads a wide savage pros- pect of rugged mountains, towering the one over Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 July 1767, 2 July 1767

    as to this Houfe in their Lordfhips great J« Wifdom fhall feem meet; and that Sir Alexander " Mackenzie of Gairloch Baronet, Alexander Law " Younger of Eh'mgston, David Rofs of Priefihill, (C It it a u a l< 1C Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1767, 27 November 1767

    Petition of David Rofs, and others, Appellants in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, wherein Sir Alex¬ ander Mackenzie of Gairloch Baronet, and others, are Refpondents, was prefented, and read; fetting forth, " That fmce prefenting the faid Appeal, the Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1768, 25 November 1768

    Gordon of Invergorden Baronet, Wil- " Ham Gordon of Newhall, Sir Alexander Mackenzie " of Gairloch, Baronet, Alexander Law Younger of " Elvingfion, John and Robert Mackintofies, David " i?o/} of Priefih'ill, John Gordon of Carrol, John Gorry " Commiflary Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1814, 21 March 1814

    Protection and Authority of him as her Hufband. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Sir Heclor Mackenzie« Mackenzie of Gairloch, Baronet, and Alexander Mac- againft Mar- kenzie Efqiffre of Hilton, complaining of an Interlocutor cenilee of the Lord Ordinary Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1814, 3 May 1814

    Hay Mackenzie for his Intereft, and Henry Davidfon Efquire, of Tulloch, to the Appeal of Sir Heäor Mac¬ kenzie of Gairloch Baronet, and Alexander Mackenzie Efquire of Hilton, was this Day brought in. After hearing Counfel fully in the Caufe Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1724

    to, and do erect the parishes of Glenelg, Kintail, Lochalsh, Lochcarron, Gairloch, Lochbroom, and Assint, with the pertinents thereof, into a Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Gairloch, and to have their meetings for ordinary in that place: And

    Acts, 1714

    the Duke of Gordon's country Tombelly and Castletown in Aberdeenshire Loch earnside, Glenlednoch, and Glenarchnae, in Perthshire and one in Gairloch, in the bounds of the Synod of Ross in all seventeen schools; and some of the masters have allowance

    Acts, 1712

    and the society have resolved, as their stock increases, to settle free schools also in the countries of Assynt and Gairloch, Glenlivet, and Inveraven, and other remote places that most need their assistance. So that nothing hinders the further progress

    Acts, 1726

    Renfrew, Mr Robert Wodrow at Eastwood, Mr Alexander Campbell at Inverary, Mr James Gilchrist at Kilmalie, Mr James Smith at Gairloch, Mr Daniel M'Aulay at Bracadale, Mr Colin Mackenzie at Lochs, Mr William Gusthart at Edinburgh, Mr James Smith at

    General Index, M, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Farneze, ibid . Capt. J ., of Clyns [? ] , ibid . Alexander, of Darackmalnack, ibid . K., of Gairloch or Garloch Alexander (father of foregoing) sen. and jun. of Ball maduchie Charles, ibid . K., of Luddie, ibid Subscribers-only content


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