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  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, April 1700, 01 April 1700-30 April 1700

    upon a decreet of adjudication of 7 July, 1698, against John Glendinning of Mochrum heir in special to umquhill James Glendinning his father of the lands of Mochrum, and upon a decreet of apprising of the remanent lands [etc. ] Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, M

    Thomas, i. 447, 1247. Major-General Thomas, ii. 619. Miutterne . See Minterne. Mochdrum . See Mochrum. Moches , co. Merioneth, ii. 47, 314, 483, 680. Mochrum (Mochdrum), Wigtownshire, ii. 1155, 1395. Mockado (moccado) ends, ii. 1215. Mocker , Thomas, ii.

    General Index, D, E, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    Captain Michael Dummer , E. letters from letter to Dun , Sir Patrick Dunbar , Lieut. Allen Sir James, of Mochrum Dunbrine , Daniel Duncalf , Samuel Duncannon , co. Wexford Fort, companies at Duncombe , Duncomb, Anthony Sir Charles, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    , of the Prince's Council letter from Sir David letters to John, letter to of Alderston M. Mocenigo , M. Mochrum , Mockrame (Wigtownshire) Modena Moercamp , Bernard Mogin , Jacob Mohl , Mohll. See Moll. Mohun [of Okehampton ] Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Kirkmahoe, William Boyd at Dalry, John Reid at Carsphairn, Robert Donaldson at Balmaclellan, Robert Seton at Glasserton, William Cowpar at Mochrum, Walter Laurie at Stranraer, John Anderson at Kirkmaiden, Andrew Rodgers at Galston, Henry Osburn at Tarbolton, James Robertson at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAXWELL, Sir Alexander, 2nd Bt. (d. 1730), of Monreith, Wigtown.

    William devoted his life to acquiring more land in Wigtownshire. Having already purchased a large part of the barony of Mochrum, he bought up the financially embarrassed estates of Sir Godfrey McCulloch in 1683 and four years later attempted to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    even in this. It was certainly better for feuds to settle themselves as did that between James Dunbar, Laird of Mochrum, and William Maxwell, Laird of Moureith, in 1683, than for the old wickednesses of the Douglases and their fellows Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF SCOTLAND. FOU'NDED 1838. LONDoN-20, KING WILLIAMi STREET, E.C.; and 48, PALL MALL, S.W. Chairman in Lonidon-Sir WILLIAM DUNB&R, of Mochrum, Bart. Asrirers in the Association have the choice of two separate schllsoai' each of which lia its peculiar and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being the amount a of a collection at St. John's Sunday school, Manchester ; If -£3 8sa, 8d. collected in Mochrum Parish Church, as a new a( years offering to the institution, per 1Rev. R. Craig; £100O from a IIfriend," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his proper precedence, when Dunbar advanced, and interposing his stalwart form between the baronet and his intended partner, roughly exclaimed, "Mochrum before Monreith." Sir William, anxious to avoid a quarrel before the ladies, good-humouredly returned "Yes; but baronets before barons; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Dorchester; (4) the Cup-marke(l Rock at Drumtroddan Farm, Mochrum; (5) the Three Standing SBones, Mochrum; (6) the Moathill, of Druchtag, Moichrum; (7) the semi-circular earthwork on the sea cliff, Barsallock, Mochrum; and (8) the ancient chapel at the Isle Subscribers-only content

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