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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 November 1569-30 September 1571

    Innervike : one of the house of, slain, 681. Innes , James, of Drany; signs band acknowledging James VI., 166. Inverness : band subscribed at, 166; shrefdom of, 208. Inverweik , Laird of: released (19th June, 1570), 218. Ireland : Subscribers-only content

    Index, I, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    See Linclouden. Indermerky , : obtains a year's respite (24th March 1583 4), 52. Innerwick , Laird of: murdered, 334. Inverness : 26. Ipswich : 122. Ireland : the King of Spain to invade, 8; 14; 34; 36; Mar in, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, September 1562, 01 September 1562-30 September 1562

    Greme and his colleges." 1138. Randolphe to Cecill. [Sept.18. ] Within these 8 or 10 days the Queen arrived at Inverness, the farthest part of her determined journey. Your honour has heard of the just causes she has had of Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    of, 102, 158 (6, 9). Emden , 170 (7), 439 (6), 441, 470. Emps , Gabrio, 260. Endernethe , see Inverness. Enfield , 1440. England , 4, 6 (3), 6 (3), 9, 10 (3), 16, 26 (8, 10), 27 (9),

    June 1654, An Ordinance for Distribution of the Elections in Scotland., 27 June 1654-27 June 1654

    same shire; And for the Boroughs of Dornoch, Taine, Inverness, Dingwell, Nearn, Elgin and Forras, one, and the place of meeting for the El ection of such person shall be at Inverness; For the Boroughs of Bamph, Cullen, and Aberdeen,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dameg y Mab Afradlon. Y mae y Parch. Dr. Black, Dublin, newydd gael galw- ad oddiwrth yr Eglwys Rydd yn Inverness, Scotland. Bu y gweinidor talentog a phoblogaidd hwn yn treulio amryw Sabbotbau yr haf diweddaf yn y capel Saesneg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wiad. Erbyn r hyn y maeet wedi gadael y ddinas hon, ac wedi gwynehe at y Gogedd tna Dundee, Perth, Inverness, a lleoedd eralfl. Rid ydynt eto ond dynion ieuainc, a gobeithio y cAnt fyw i fyned ye hen, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oael yn Neilston, Eilmarnock, Salteouts, ae Irvine, Ayr, Stirline, Perth, Dune;?s:. Aberdeen, Peterbead, Huntley, Montrose, Brechin, Forfar, Arb- routh, Blairgororie, Inverness, Tain, Strathpeffer, Nairn, Elgin, Forres, Grantown, Keith, Banff, Wick, John o'Gronts, Thurso, Dornacb, Dingwvall, Oban, Campletown a Rothiesay. Yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GWYDDONOL. C - r Yn y rhan ddiweddaf o'r adroddiad o weithrediad- 3 an Cymdeithas Ddaiaregol Edinbnrgh, oeir trafodaeth g led belaeth ar glaciers an heffeithias. Yn un o'r y . papyrau cofoodir darganfyddiadan o gregin pegynol n mewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fab, Skinner's Arms Inn Dolgellan, yn 64 mlwydd oed, Mr. William Evans, Tyddynllwyn, Dolgellan. I GRIFFITH..-Ar y 24ain cyfisol, yn Inverness, David Lloyd, nnig fab Mr. John Griffith, Pat k Side, Martin's Lane, Liscard, a 72 Tower Bildiags Liverpool. PRICE.-Ar Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORBES, John (c.1673-1734), of Culloden, Inverness.

    Culloden, Inverness. Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1713 1715 Inverness-shire 1715 1722 Nairnshire 1722 1727 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Nairnshire 1704-7; dep. lt. Inverness-shire 1715-16; commr. of the equivalent 1716-17; provost, Inverness 1716, 1721. Biography John Forbes was descended from an Inverness

    FRASER, Archibald Campbell (1736-1815), of Lovat, Inverness.

    (1736-1815), of Lovat, Inverness. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 28 Mar. 1782 1784 Ofifces Held Consul at Tripoli 1764-6, Algiers 1767-76. Biography Fraser, after his father’s execution in 1747, was educated by his mother, who sent him to Glasgow, ‘a place of

    DUFF, Alexander (1657-1726), of Drummuir, Banff.

    Drummuir, Banff. Constituency Dates Inverness Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held MP [S] Inverness 1702–7. Ofifces Held Collector of customs, Inverness 1703. Ofifces Held Provost, Inverness 1706–9, 1712–15. Biography Duff’s father was a wealthy merchant of Inverness, who made his fortune

    CAMPBELL, Pryse (1727-68), of Calder, Nairn; Stackpole Court, Pemb. and Llanvread, Card.

    CAMPBELL, Pryse (1727-68), of Calder, Nairn; Stackpole Court, Pemb. and Llanvread, Card. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 1754 1761 Nairnshire 1761 1768 Cardigan Boroughs 14 Dec. 1768 Ofifces Held Ld. of Treasury Aug. 1766- d. Biography Intended from youth for a

    FRASER, John Simon Frederick (1765-1803), of Lovat, Inverness and 2 Hare Court, Middle Temple.

    Frederick (1765-1803), of Lovat, Inverness and 2 Hare Court, Middle Temple. Constituency Dates Inverness-shire 1796 231802 Ofifces Held Capt. 1 (Strathspey) fencibles 1793; capt. Fraser’s fencibles 1795, col. 1797-1802. Biography Fraser, known as ‘Young Lovat’, was the grandson of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 November 1724, 26 November 1724

    Chamberland of Farintojh, John Cuthbcrt of Cafllehill) Alexander Mc Intojh of Fermit, Lachlan Mc In- tojh alias Bayne Merchant in Inverness, John Stewart Vintner there, John Hofack Baillie there, and George Cuthbert Doftor of Medicine there, John Mc Culloch of Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1797, 22 February 1797

    Lovat, and Simon Frafer Efquire, Barrif- lit™n refe ter at Law, and Member of Parliament for the County re(jt0 of Inverness, his eldefl Son, and of Simon Frafer, of Farraline, Efquire, Sheriff-Depute of the fame County, Colonel James Frafer, of Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1805, 28 May 1805

    and maintaining an Inland Navigation, commonly " called the Caledonian Canal, from the Eaftern to the " Weftern Sea, by Inverness and Fort William, in " Scotland:' And then he withdrew. And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk; Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1808, 3 June 1808

    Pembroke ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Inverness by Mr. Graham and others : bour g^ With a Bill, intituled, " An Adt for continuing, al- " Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1818, 18 May 1818

    Royal Burgh of InvernessInverness, in that Part of the United Kingdom of [heEkction Great Britain and Ireland called Scotland, whose of Magis- Names are thereunto subscribed ; setting forth, trates. " That the Burgh of Inverness has existed as Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Paddington Protestant Nonconformity

    1949 and seating 200, opened 1959. 75 Meth. International Ho ., mother ho. of several homes, opened at no. 4 Inverness Terr. 1950. Chapel in room on ground floor reg. 1951 but svces. held in lounge from c . 1975

    Paddington Bayswater

    Inverness Terrace , whose stretch north of Porchester Gardens was called Inverness Road until 1876 and which was built up between 1844 and 1856 , largely by Yeo . 95 John Scantlebury was building at the south end of

    Parishes Monks Kirby

    estate was then sold by Sir Thomas George Skipwith to Charles Ramsden , who resold it to Edward Wood of Inverness . The Woods made a good many alterations to the house and grounds before 1898, when Arthur Herbert Wood

    Paddington Economic History

    over an Underground station and part of the freehold remained with the London Transport Executive in 1985 . 63 The Inverness Court hotel was open by 1912 . 64 The Court Royal opened at nos. 105-6 Lancaster Gate in 1927

    Index A-J

    Girls , Inver Ct. , Inverforth , Baron, see Weir Inverforth Ho . , Invergarry Ho . , Inverness Ct. hotel , Inverness Terr. , Ireton , Eliz., Irish , see immigrants Irongate Wharf Rd. , Irving : Edw., Washington

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 15th June 1844

    of Yr Majesty's servants by Mr Miles , the Member for Bristol & seconded by Mr Baillie , Member for Inverness both being supporters of the Govt. This Amendment was supported by Ld John Russell, Mr Baring & Mr Labouchere.

    Thursday 16th September 1847

    tomorrow afternoon, alas! already for from here, at Fort William. He was going to Loch Ness , & Inverness , & to stay the night at Dochfour , Mr Baillie 's place. It was pouring with rain. - Had rather

    Friday 22nd April 1853

    with his digestion. He has got as wet nurse, a strong, healthy Highland woman, a Mrs Macintosh , from near Inverness . She can speak but little English, & arrived in a Highland cap & plaid shawl! - The good

    Saturday 21st September 1844

    we could see Mar Forest, & from the hill, called Scarsach, we could see the Counties, of Perth, Aberdeen & Inverness . We descended from this highest Peak & proceeded to meet Albert, whom I descried, coming toward as, &

    Friday 19th October 1838

    without anything. Lord M. says it's singular how these 2 brothers have risen, for their father was a shop-keeper at Inverness , he said; went to India , made a fortune, and was afterwards Chairman of the East India Company;


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