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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOHNSTONE, Sir Patrick (d. 1736), of Edinburgh

    in 1695, Johnstone rose to the provostship five years later. In accordance with the rule that no provost could serve for more than two years consecutively he resigned in 1702, but was twice re-elected (in 1704 and 1708). Johnstone entered

    JOHNSTONE, George (1730-87).

    attempt to destroy the constitution.[footnote] At the general election of 1774 Lowther returned Johnstone for two constituencies: Appleby and Cockermouth; and Johnstone chose to represent Appleby. Johnstone, through his friendship with Burke, now tried to bring Lowther, who was veering

    JOHNSTONE, John (1734-95), of Denovan and Alva, Stirling.

    JOHNSTONE, John (1734-95), of Denovan and Alva, Stirling. Constituency Dates Dysart Burghs 1774 1780 Biography Johnstone went to Bengal c.1750 and by 1756, when the East India Company settlements were overrun, was a writer in Dacca, where he was captured

    JOHNSTONE, Sir James, 3rd Bt. (1697-1772), of Westerhall, Dumfries.

    JOHNSTONE, Sir James, 3rd Bt. (1697-1772), of Westerhall, Dumfries. Constituency Dates Dumfries Burghs 20 Jan. 1743 1754 Ofifces Held Provost of Lochmaben; sheriff of Dumfries 1743. Biography In 1732 Johnstone, whose brother had married the dowager Marchioness of Annandale, mother

    JOHNSTONE, William (d. 1727), of Sciennes (Sheenes), Edinburgh, and Westerhall (Westraw), Dumfries.

    Johnstone voted in favour of the first article of the treaty, but indulged in opposition thereafter. His conduct was not wholehearted, being punctuated by absences and abstentions. George Lockhart* was convinced that Johnstone was not an anti-unionist on principle.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4,400 troedfedd goeden rhedyn yn tra rhagori rar ddim o'i dosbarth, a phalmnwydden o'rn fath barddcf. Ar len yr afon Johnstone daeth an - draws ffigvsbren ceferth. Mesurai 150 troaedfedd o J amgylhbedd lathen o uchder, a t5 troedfedd o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. E..T. Davies, Aberta-we; Mr. Comway, Pontypool; Mr. Lewis Williams, Caerdydd; Mr. Thomas Williams, Gwaelodygarth; Mr. Sinions, Waonfarren; Mr. Sonley Johnstone, Caerdydd (golygydd y South Wales Dily Newvs); Mr. W. L. Daniel, Merthyr ; Mr. Charles H. James, AS., Merthyr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penodwyd brawd a chwaer yn ddirprwy. aeth i'r Ddosbarth Dernl Saisnig ; a derbyniwyd yn wresog y brodyr Davies a Johnstone, Ahbertawe-dir- prwyaeth oddiwith y Ddosbarth Deml Seisnig. Wedi gohirio y Deml am 8-50. aeth yr aelodan yn .rymdaith tua'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Mai man Mehefia, gyda'adhedyn yu disgleirio yu yr haul, ac ye ymddangos felyn yfed mwvnhad. Mae Mr H H Johnstone wedi cyhoeddi papyr dydd. o ol sr ei ymwialiad agoreafoeld Mr Stanley ary Congo, yn Proceedins y Gym feithas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    au chwenychwyr arfogaeth ryfelgar i bedwar cwr y r gwynt. Heddyw (dydd Mawrth) yr ydym yn cael I Mr. Sonley Johnstone, golygydd y South Waesa Daity Newvs yn rhoddi adroddiad gyda golwg er y stad y Dywysogaeth ynglyn a chwestiwn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 April 1797, 28 April 1797

    is Two hundred and thirty-feven thoufand five hundred and ten Pounds and Three Shillings. " R. Blair. Wµ Gibbons. Ja. Johnstone. " No. 14. in No. 24. ' Geo. Blane. " Office for Sick and Wounded Seamen 30th March 1797. Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1817, 17 February 1817

    the following Heirs of Entail of the said Estate of rf^ £o Pitlochie, videlicet, Lieutenant Colonel John Murray, residing at Johnstone, in the County of Stirling, for himself, and on Behalf of John Murray his Son, an Infant under Age, Subscribers-only content

    12 July 1817, 12 July 1817

    Hope Johnstone, late Earl of Hopetoim, deceased, and Spouse of Sir William Johnstone Hope, Rear Admiral of His Ma¬ jesty's Navy, and Knight Commander of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bath, and of the said Sir William Johnstone Subscribers-only content

    12 July 1817, 12 July 1817

    of Annandale and Hart- "fell. " And Your Majesty's Petitioners will ever : pray, &c. " Ami Hope Johnstone. « Wm Johnstone Hope." " Whitehall, 7 July I8I7. ft His Royal Highness The Prince Regent, acting in the Name and Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1819, 3 March 1819

    and under the Protection and Authority of him as her Husband. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Messieurs Johnstone & Johnstone, Sharpe and Company, Merchants in Glas- Co. against gow, complaining of Three Interlocutors of the Lord PhiUiP8- Ordinary Subscribers-only content


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