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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1772

    1772. Commission to some Ministers and Ruling Elders for Re-formation of the Highlands and Islands, and for Managing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that end. formation of the Highlands and Islands, and for Managing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that

    Acts, 1709

    4, April 18, 1709, ante meridiem. Act concerning Planting the Highlands, and Probationers having the Irish Language. The General Assembly, considering that several probationers who have lived in he Highlands in their childhood, but through disuse have lost much of

    Acts, 1765

    Highlands and Islands, the state of which the former commissioners had no access to inspect. Although we are fully satisfied that the labours of the missionaries and catechists, which your Majesty's royal bounty enables us to employ in the

    Acts, 1751

    or Commissions thereof. V. Sess. 9, May 18, 1751. Commission to some Ministers and Ruling Elders for Reformation of the Highlands and Islands, and for Manag ing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that end. The General Assembly, & c. VI.

    Acts, 1755

    Assembly, & c. VI. Sess. 9, May 31, 1755. Commission to some Ministers and Ruling Elders for Reformation of the Highlands and Islands, and for Managing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that end. The General Assembly, & c. VII. Sess.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyr yr enwad, ac yn eu plith Dr. Rainy, yn foddlawn i roddi y caniatad; ond y rmae eglwysi yr Highlands, yn oael en ha-wain gan Dr. Begg, yn codi llais cryf yn erbyn. Y mae yr Highlanders wedi parotoi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o flaen llawer o'n darlleawyr faes hoflol newydd o fywyd crefyddol." Ye y Book hefyd, o dan y'penawd "The Welsh Highlands." ceir un o ymwelwyr yr haf yn rhoddi yr' argraffiadau a wnaeth y Cymry a phethaa Cymreig ar ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . gan un arall, o dan y teitl ' More Leaves from a Joar;- A nal of a Lifeain the Highlands, from 1862 to 1882. a Bwriada Corfforaeth Leicester ddwyn mesur i'r Senedd y tymor nesaf i roddi bawl Pr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kegan Paul & a. :P Mae argiafflad poblogaidd o ' More Laiies from the Zournal of a Life in the Highlands ' ynt r wagg. Eil brim fydd 2a. 60. Bydd argrafllad diwygiedig o 'IAncient Religion a and Modern Thought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Charles Mackay. Mae gwaith llenyddol diweddar y Frenhines, ' Moe Leaves fromn the Journal of a Life in the Highlands,' ya cael ei gyfieithu i-r Spaenaeg. Mae y darlitbian meddygol a draddod wyd yn Manchester ya yatod y tymorsu Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, Alexander (aft.1684-1743), of Stanhope, Peebles.

    to bring Murray back into the Jacobite fold. Lockhart had recommended him to the Pretender as an agent in the Highlands, where on the basis of property recently acquired by his father in the Ardnamurchan peninsula in Argyllshire, following sales

    COMYNS, John (c.1667-1740), of Highlands, nr. Maldon, Essex.

    (c.1667-1740), of Highlands, nr. Maldon, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1701 1708 Maldon 1710 20 May 1715 Maldon 1722 7 Nov. 1726 Ofifces Held Recorder, Maldon; serjeant-at-law 1705; counsel to George II as Prince of Wales; baron of the Exchequer (£1,500

    FALCONER, John (1674-1764), of Phesdo, Kincardine.

    1734 1741 Ofifces Held Commr. of justiciary for the Highlands 1701, 1702. Biography As a young man, Falconer lived many years in France, developing a great admiration and affection for it. Returned at the age of 60 for his county,

    MACPHERSON, James (1736-96), of Putney Heath, Surr. and Belville, Inverness.

    17 Feb 1796 Biography Born in a small village in the heart of the Highlands, Macpherson tried teaching and tutoring, and considered entering the Church, before the publication of Fingal in December 1761 brought him literary fame. His connexion with

    ALLARDICE (ALLERDYCE), Sir George (1672-1709), of Allardice, Kincardine.

    Sir George (1672-1709), of Allardice, Kincardine. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Commr. justiciary for Highlands [S] 1693, 1701, peace in the Highlands 1694; master of the mint [S] 1704. Ofifces Held Burgess, Edinburgh 1696. Ofifces Held MP [S],

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    did not belong to the Highlands estate after 1762. In or about 1765 (Sir) Charles Raymond built a mansion on the Highlands estate, on a site about 300 yds. north-west of the house previously called Highlands . This new house

    Enfield Public services

    1948 the hospital came under Enfield management committee and was renamed South Lodge hospital. It was united with the nearby Highlands hospital, Edmonton , in 1968 . 76 Bramley House , Clay Hill , was being used as a mental

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Michelham

    Roger Gosselyn and others completed the temporalities of the priory, except for a grant by the prior of Lewes of Highlands in Hailsham in 1376 , and a lease from the same of the manor of Sutton by Seaford in

    Edmonton Public services

    cases. 39 By 1973 it had 667 beds and, like all the hospitals in Edmonton and Southgate except Grovelands and Highlands , it was administered by Enfield group management committee. 40 In 1886 the Metropolitan Asylums Board purchased a 36-acre

    Minchinhampton Churches

    glebe. The advowson was bought from the Ricardos in 1866 by J. G. Frith 52 and it descended with his Highlands estate; in the late 1930s it passed from R. E. White to the Diocesan Board of Patronage, 53 the

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 27th August 1847

    been able to visit the West Highlands before. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version Ardverikie Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 24 1st August 1847-31st December 1847 Volume Page Nos [46]-47 Featured Names Charles Fanny Ld Aberdeen Featured Places Highlands

    Wednesday 22nd September 1847

    very cheerful & nice, but terribly parched for want of rain. Of course it does seem very flat after the Highlands & the air is comparatively heavy, but it is a dear place & the house so comfortable. - We

    Thursday 5th October 1848

    . - Everything was beautiful & so bright & clear, but everything is so flat & small after the dear Highlands . - We read on returning. Capt: Hamilton dined. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal

    Saturday 7th October 1848

    walked out & it was very warm - one cannot walk for hours as I did in the dear Highlands though the air is delightful here - Occupied in writing to Lord John Russell about the Italian Question - about

    Monday 4th December 1848

    have a long walk everything very went. At ½ past 6 to the little Charade was performed, the word being Highlands , the first syllable was High represented by Vicky, Alice & Alfred in girls clothes, jumping to get down

 

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