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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, Hon. John (c.1660-1729), of Mamore, Dunbarton.

    John (c.1660-1729), of Mamore, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Stirlingshire 1707 1708 Dunbartonshire 1708 1722 Dunbartonshire 23 Jan. 1725 1727 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Argyllshire 1700-7; surveyor of the King’s works [S], 1705-17. Biography Uncle of the 2nd and 3rd and father

    CAMPBELL, John (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton.

    (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Buteshire 1713 1715 Elgin Burghs 7 Apr. 1715 1722 Elgin Burghs 25 Jan. 1725 1727 Dunbartonshire 1727 1761 Ofifces Held Ens. 3 Ft. Gds. (Scots Gds.) Oct. 1710, capt.-lt. and lt.-col. 1712–Aug. 1715; groom

    CAMPBELL, John (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton, and Coombe Bank, Kent.

    (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton, and Coombe Bank, Kent. Constituency Dates Buteshire 1713 1715 Elgin Burghs 7 Apr. 1715 1722 Elgin Burghs 25 Jan. 1725 1727 Dunbartonshire 1727 1761 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1710, capt.-lt. and lt.-col. 1712, capt.

    CAMPBELL, Hon. John (c.1660-1729), of Mamore, Dunbarton.

    John (c.1660-1729), of Mamore, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Dunbartonshire 1708 1722 Dunbartonshire 23 Jan. 1725 1727 Ofifces Held ?Capt. of ft. Earl of Argyll’s regt. 1689–aft. 1690; commr. justiciary for Highlands [S] 1701, 1702; jt. master of King’s

    CAMPBELL, John (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton, and Coombe Bank, Kent.

    (c.1693-1770), of Mamore, Dunbarton, and Coombe Bank, Kent. Constituency Dates Buteshire 1713 221715 Elgin Burghs 7 Apr. 1715 25 Jan. 1725 Dunbartonshire 1727 251761 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1710; capt.-lt. and lt-col. 1712; capt. and lt-col. 1715; col.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    mumm, cider, and perry, produce of duties on; ccxxx. 5. Malthus , Mr. Daniel, apothecary to Queen Anne; ccxlv. 2. Mamore , N.B.; cclii. 19. Man , the isle of; ccxliv. 23; ccxlviii. 38; ccli. 64; ccliii. 73; cclvi. 3;

    General Index, C, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    James, of Kerinoch (jun.) of Aberuchill of Arkinlas Sir John, of Carrick Sir John, of Auchinbreck John, of Innellan of Mamore of Glensadell Mungo, of Burnbank of Kinloch Patrick, of Barcoldin Sir Neil, of Allengreg Robert (jun.), of Carrick 2nd Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    , Moyallow Malmesbury , Secretary Hedges and Malt , loans on Malta , French ship for Maltese , English and Mamore Man, J. Man , Isle of Manaton , H. Manchester , Charles Montagu, 4th Earl of, Secretary of State Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    of the College of Justice, Sir John Clerk of Pennycook, one of the Barons of Exchequer, Mr John Campbell of Mamore, Mr Arthur Forbes of Breda, Mr Francis Montgomery of Giffan, Colonel John Erskine of Carnock, Mr Charles Erskine of

    Volume 252, January 2-May 27, 1725, 02 January 1725-27 May 1725

    within the Sheriffdom of Edinburgh holding taxtward of his Majesty, proceeding upon the resignations of M r John Campbell of Mamore, and George Logan of Burn castle respectively. Find that the signature contains a de novo damus , but it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of EP a Decription of a Peaches and Nectarines, in Pots, in a Conservatory, and a Deorihs it. By Liquid Mamore adapted to all Plants, and the manner of applitni Otg JOSEPH HAtYWARDO. In Bye, price lb~s. hoards. The Second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    said Court. George Kinnear, of Waterloo Street, Birmingham, ie the 03hi3lea As- simnee, and Mr. George Salter. of Ellesamere, and Mamore Hodgpon and tion of Birmingham, theSolicitors acting In the Bankrnrtey. Pablic bittings will be aplamrtud by the Co rt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Inverness-shire, after a tenancy of twenty years, has taken the equally famous shootings of Kiulochmore (including tho forest of Mamore). in the same county, from Mrs. Cameron Campbell, of Calarl, the annual rent being £2,50. .K~inlbmore, which extends to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inverness-shire, where they will res de until the middle of October. Sir Charles has again rented the celebrated deer-forest of Mamore, on the Callart estate, which extends over forty thousand acres, and is one of the best shootings in Soat- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duke of )Devonshire in 9 orkshire. Sir Charles sMordaunt is obtaining excellent sport in the celebrated deer forest of Mamore, in the Lochaber district of Inverness shire, which he has rented from Mrs. Camneross Camupbell of Callant. The Duchess Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1751, 11 March 1752

    Ds. Vere. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Mrs. Jean Campbell, lawful Daughter Cochran alias of the Honourable Mr. John Campbell of Mamore, dCaf^ ceafed, Relift of Captain John Campbell of Carrick, andC of Jean Campbell only Child now on Life, procreated Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1715, 7 April 1715

    Return dates were, James Murray Efquire, and Colonel John made according: In Anfwer to which, Archibald Dunbar, Campbell younger, of Mamore; and the Poll ftood thus : of Thunderton, repeated his Proteftation: James-Murray v „, rj. ,-, r, r ^ Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1715, 7 April 1715

    Foley, t Mr. Wrightfop: $ Mr. Cunningham, \Mv. Cockborn: So it paffed in the Negative. Refolved, That John Campbell, of Mamore, Efquire, ought to have been returned a Burgefs for the faid Diftrict of Burghs. And the Clerk of the Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1734, 14 January 1735

    by thefe Prefents, do contlitnte, name, and appoint, Philip Lloyd Efquire; Sir William Heatlicote Baronet; the honourable John Campbell of Mamore, William Campbell, George Purvis, Richard Plinner, Thomas Bacon, John Crezv, William Noel, Thomas Hales, George Ileathcote, Charles Longiieville, Gyles Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1786, 10 February 1786

    Schools eftabliflied at Kinlochrannock, Finnart, Gknorchty, and Camagren, and Carrie, upon the Eftate of Strowan, the Schools eftablifhed at Kinlocharkaig, Mamore, and Strathlochie, upon the Eftate of Lochiel, the School efta¬ blifhed at Clunie, the School eftablifhed at Coigach, upon Subscribers-only content

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