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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERON, Patrick (c.1672-1761), of Heron, Kirroughtrie, Kirkcudbright.

    HERON, Patrick (c.1672-1761), of Heron, Kirroughtrie, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 1727 1741 Biography Patrick Heron’s family had been at Kirroughtrie since the early fifteenth century. A well-known cattle breeder and agriculturalist, he made money in the cattle trade, considerably

    MURRAY, Alexander (c.1680-1750), of Broughton, Wigtown and Cally, Kirkcudbright.

    Broughton, Wigtown and Cally, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 1715 241727 Biography Of a family seated in Wigtownshire since the sixteenth century, sharing a common ancestry with the earls of Annandale, Murray inherited extensive estates in Kirkcudbright from his mother,

    MACKYE, John (1707-97), of Palgowan, Kirkcudbright.

    MACKYE, John (1707-97), of Palgowan, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 25 Jan. 1742 201747 Kirkcudbright Stewartry 1747 201768 Ofifces Held Treasurer of the Ordnance 1763-80; receiver gen. of stamp duties 1780-94. Biography One of the group known as the Duke

    HERON, Patrick (c.1735-1803), of Heron, Kirkcudbright.

    HERON, Patrick (c.1735-1803), of Heron, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 23 Mar. 1795 10 May 1803 Biography Heron’s family had long been active in opposition to the interest of the earls of Galloway in the Stewartry, but had not returned

    MAXWELL, John (c.1700-54), of Cardoness, Kirkcudbright.

    MAXWELL, John (c.1700-54), of Cardoness, Kirkcudbright. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 31 Dec. 1742 41747 Ofifces Held Ensign 21 Ft. 1729, lt. 1740; capt. 15 Ft. 1743, maj. 1751. Biography Maxwell, an army officer, whose family were cadets of the Maxwells

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am Se kirk a Peebles. Bydd Mr. Mark Stewart, diweddar ael d dros Fwrdeis- drefi Wigtown, yn ymgeisio aRm gynrychiolaeth Kirkcudbright, ac Arglwydd Eskdri 1, mab Iaill Dalkeith, ac wyr Due Buccleucb, am gynryth iolaetb Dunftieshire. Heblaw y rhai hyn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as tin der to $ Newton Stewart, `;Stranraer, `'Wigtown, 1 Whit- horn, Carlisle, Moffat, -' Dumfries, x- Castle Douglas, * Kirkcudbright, EDINBURGH, GLASG(W, Greenock, Courock, Heleusburgh, Row, Dum- barton, and B1adlocb. For train titm:s, fares, &c., see handbills issued by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    run-as jiader to # Newton itewart, 'rStranraer, 2 Wigtown, Whit- born, Carlisle, 3off-4t, ' Danrnfries, f C&stle Df louglas, * Kirkcudbright, E'DINI3URGH, GLASGOW, Greenock,;. Gourork, ltelensburgh, Row, Dum- barton, and1 Balloch. 1<or train timis, fales, &c., Ser handb lls issued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be run as under to *Newton Stewart, *Stranraer, Wigtown, i Whit- horn, Carlisle, 31offat, i Dumfries, 4 Castle Douglas, * Kirkcudbright, EDINBUJRGH, GLASG(W, treenocit, doutock, lleleti-bttrgb, Row, Durn- barton, and Balloch. For train tini-s, fares, &.c., see handbills issued. by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as under to nt 1 " Newton Stewart, -'Stranraer, #Wibtown, W11't- mnI bhorn, Carlisle, Aloffat, 2^-Dumfries, wCastle h- Douglas, K Kirkcudbright, ly EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, o. Greenock, Courock, HelensLurgb, Roow, DUffl- w-' Ibarton, and Ballocb. fa l 'or train times, fares, Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 7th September 1838

    her Louise, which I'm too happy to do. Lord Melbourne sent me an amusing letter from his sister from Caley, Kirkcudbright , Lady A. Murray 's place. At the end she says: “I am glad to see you are at

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Kirkcudbright; Copper-plate Magazine, 1793

    Kirkcudbright; Copper-plate Magazine Landscape with three figures fishing in foreground, boats on water and town with church and castle in centre across in middle distance, hill in background at right. 1792Etching and engraving

    Scotland Delineated; Lincluden Abbey, 1850

    Scotland Delineated; Lincluden Abbey [interior, church] View inside a ruin with window in centre, elaborately carved doorways at left. 1852Lithograph printed with beige tone-block

    Lincluden College, 1834

    Lincluden College [school/university/college building] Vignette with a woman walking with pail on her head a dog beside her along a road lined with trees, which passes a ruin behind; illustration to 'the Life and Works of Robert Burns'. 1834Etching

    Kirkudbright., 1816

    boat/ship] View at Kirkcudbright, with ruins of McClellan's castle at right, seen from the opposite bank of the river Dee; punt with four figures in foreground at left, other boats behind, one with two sails at centre; within a rectangular

    Lincluden Abbey, 1782

    Lincluden Abbey [monastery/convent] Man standing seen from behind in the foreground, raising staff in front of meandering river, with three horsemen riding to right and man carrying heavy bundle on his back standing under the trees on r; abbey

 

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