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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -" Mrs Hemans, Miss Lardon, Mis. Mitford, Miss Beg Bmoka Roberts, Mrs C. B. Wilson, Mrs Bowdich, Mrs Grant of Laggan, thelate Mrs Pios;%i, &c. &c. The graphic Ensbellishments consist of Thirteen highly fiilahed Engravings on steel, by Heatb, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sitting on a heath, with his arm quietly reposing on a distant horizon. Memoir and Correspondence of Mrs Grant of Laggan, Author of ' Letters from the Moun- tains,' &c. Edited by her Son, J. P. Grant, Esq. Three vols. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF EAWG N OV L J t blJhuisdG qols.pguFyo.tPocrat;.3tI 6d. M 1/EMOIR and CORRtESPONDE1NCE of the late Mrs GRANT, of Laggan, Aushor of "Letters from the Mopn- tales" ' Menloirsof asn AruerienO Lady," Ikc. Edited by her BOo, J. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London: Longman. Brosvn, Green, and Longmano. M RS GRANT OF LAGGAN. Just published, 3 vols. post 8vo, Porralt, 31. 6d. MEMOIR and CORRESPONDENCE of the lat, .LVIL Mrs GRANT, of Laggan, Author of " Letters from the Mm n. tains," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Strand. 2. The Luck of Barry Lyndon: a Romance of the Lass Century. By Fiu-Boodle. 3. Mrs Grant, of Laggan, and her Contemporaries. 4. Glimpses of the Gifted. A Legend of Venice. 5. Chemists of the Eighteenth Ceutury. By Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1781, 8 March 1781

    Geo, HL journals of the Houfe vf Lords. at, preftnted. ¦ U- a the BilU at* BilL GrampounJ, &u KoatlUi!. *' peal, expired YefterJay; that the Letter which inclofed " the Appeal came to the Petitioner's Hand immediately " Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1809, 14 February 1809

    and MacMurrich W1 ni and Furlong Merchants in Glafgow, his Partners ; John Haig Diftiller at Leith Diftillery, George Mac Laggan and Company at Underwood, Adam Dawfon Diftiller at Bonnington, Stewart and Dow Merchants in Glafgow, William Furkng Merchant there; Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1830, 18 February 1830

    Mackay v. residing in the Island of May, Sister German of the Davidson & deceased Major Alexander Mackay, Tacksman of Laggan, wilson- in the said Island of May, nearest lawful Heir served and retoured to the deceased Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kinnon Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1831, 24 March 1831

    Appeal of Flora Mackay, residing in the Island of Islay, Sister German of the deceased Major Alexander Mackay, Tacksman of Laggan, in the said Island of Islay, nearest lawful Heir served and retoured to the deceased Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kinnon Campbell, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Durham, 329. Kirkpatrick, Fleming, 136. Kirkwall, 173. Kishorn, 252. Knapdale, South, 271. Knock, 406. Knockando, 61.—Labert, 329. Lady Parish, 315. Laggan, 377. Laigh, 173. Laigh (Lochbroom), 100. Lairg, 271. Lamington, 518. Lanark, 295. Lang, 271. Lang- holm, 136. Langton, 173. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1724

    to have their meetings for ordinary in that place: And do erect the parishes of Kilmalie in Lochaber, Kilmanivaig, Abertarff, Laggan, and Urquhart, and Glenmorristoun, into another Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Abertarff, and to have their meetings

    Acts, 1719

    Inverness; Tomnavillan in Banffshire; Shapinshay in Orkney an Island; Westray there; Kildonan in the Shire of Sutherland; Mull an Island; Laggan in Badenoch; Strowan in Atholl; Kilmorack in Ross; Lochearn in Perthshire; Glenladnoch there; Glenarchna there; Tillichon in the Shire

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 26 June 1646, 26 June 1646-26 June 1646

    gotten in Readines to joyne with us; it was alsoe condescended on by the English Commissioners an me, that the Laggan Forces should march unto Connaught imediatly, to keepe the Enemy busied there, who were ordained to keepe Correspondence with

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 18 February 1830, 18 February 1830-18 February 1830

    Mackay , residing in the Island of Islay , Sister German of the deceased Major Alexander Mackay , Tacksman of Laggan , in the said Island of Islay , nearest lawful Heir served and retoured to the deceased Mrs. Elizabeth

    Historical Collections, Affairs in Ireland, 1646

    gotten in Readiness to joyn with us. It was also condescended on by the English Commissioners and me, that the Laggan Forces should march unto Connaght immediately, to keep the Enemy busied there, who were ordained to keep Correspondency with

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRANT, Sir James, 8th Bt. (1738-1811), of Castle Grant, Elgin.

    known locally as ‘the good Sir James’, died 18 Feb. 1811, some nine months before Findlater. Mrs Anne Grant of Laggan wrote:His native Strath still mourns the recent loss of a chief, who, with all the polish of the best

    GRANT, Charles II (1778-1866).

    manner, though nearly as old as my father and already of some note among clever men.In 1810, Mrs Grant of Laggan, the author, expressed her admiration for Grant and his siblings,in whom one sees a soft reflection of the virtues

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Her Majesty Sketching at Loch Laggan, 1858

    Sketching at Loch Laggan [mammal] Queen Victoria by an easel with two children pointing at a servant who bows as he brings a dead stag on the back of a horse accompanied by a mastiff; after Landseer; unfinished proof, with

    Her Majesty Sketching at Loch Laggan, 1858

    Sketching at Loch Laggan [mammal] Queen Victoria by an easel with two children pointing at a servant who bows as he brings a dead stag on the back of a horse accompanied by a mastiff; after Landseer; proof before letter

 

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