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  • * British History Online * *

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    committee, consisting of the Rev. Mr Petrie of Kirkwall, Dr Cunningham of Edinburgh, Mr Pitcairn of Cockpen, Mr Omond of Monzie, and Mr Wood of Westruther, with Mr James Crawford, jun., W.S., and Mr William Wood, Accountant, was appointed for

    Treasury Warrants, September 1717, 1-15, 01 September 1717-15 September 1717

    lieu thereof to appoint William Dalrymple, Sir John Swinton, Sir James Smollett, Sir Patrick Johnstoun, Alexander Abercrombie, Patrick Campbel of Monzie and Robert Johnstoun of Hilton or any four of them to be Commissioners of the Equivalent (for disposing so

    Warrant Books, November 1715, 17-30, 17 November 1715-30 November 1715

    great seal to constitute and appoint John Selwyn, Henry Cartwright, Stephen Bysse, John Baird, Patrick Haldane and Patrick Campbell of Monzie to be Commissioners of the Equivalent (Commissioners for putting into execution the Act 1 Geo. I., St. 2, c.

    Acts, 1752

    elder. From the Presbytery of Lorn, Mr James Stewart at Kilbrandon, Mr William Campbell at Kilchrennan, ministers; Patrick Campbell of Monzie, Esq., ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Mull, Mr Lauchlan Campbell at Ardnamurchan, Mr Archibald M'Tavish at Torasay, ministers;

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    on the Government in, & c. Monnot , Stephen Monod , Gaspar Joel, clerk, commission Monro , Mr., minister of Monzie, decd. Dr. Donald, appointment George, Esq., appointment Hector, commander of the King's troops, & c. at Tellicherry Monsey , Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, Alexander (c.1750-1832), of Monzie, Perth.

    (c.1750-1832), of Monzie, Perth. Constituency Dates Anstruther Easter Burghs 19 Aug. 1797 301806 Stirling Burghs 1807 301818 Ofifces Held Ensign 42 Ft. 1769; lt. 2 Royals 1770; capt. 50 Ft. 1772, 62 Ft. 1772; maj. 74 Ft. 1777; lt.-col. 62

    CAMPBELL, Robert (c.1721-90), of Finab and Monzie, Perth and Inverawe, Argyll.

    of Finab and Monzie, Perth and Inverawe, Argyll. Constituency Dates Argyllshire 12 Dec. 1766 Nov. 1771 Ofifces Held Ensign 17 Ft. 1739; capt. 42 Ft. c.1742; ret. c.1749. Ofifces Held Receiver gen. of Scottish customs 1771- d.; trustee for fisheries

    SCOTT, David I (1746-1805), of Dunninald, Forfar.

    seat at the disposal of Dundas’s nephew, the lord advocate. Dundas had already approved the candidature of Archibald Campbell* of Monzie, a kinsman of Lord Breadalbane, but bought him off with the promise of an alternative seat, the cost of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conduit-street, E. H. D. Radcliffe, Esq., Gentleman of the Horse to his Maj esty. At Leamington, Gen. Alexander Campbell, of Monzie, N.B. At Dartford, Mrs. Mary Vint, aged 93. widow of Edw. Vint, Esq., of Crayford, and wife of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doubt of their success.-Mr Campbell of Monzie is canvassing Argyllsbire on Tory and Orange principles, in opposition to Mr Campbell of Islay.-The Caledoniain Mercury says Islay (the Liberal) will poll 1,000 votes, and that Monzie will not poll 500.-A Liberal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Acton, 567. Kildare (County), Wednesday.-O'Ferrall, 686; Archbold, 655; Bourke, 219. Bainfshire, First Day.-Duff, Reformer, 281; Ferguson, Tory, 200. Asgyllshire.-Islay, 660; Monzie, 432. Peeblesshire.-Mackeuzie,. Tory, 251 ; G. Carmichael, Reformer, 245. Majority for Mr Mackenzie, 6. After the Sheriff had announced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. A. Taylor* R. Broadley Lord Hotham Hon. J. Wortley* E. B. Dfennison* MONOPOLISTS. Hin. Capt. Gordon W. Campbell, of Monzie Lord Kelburne Sir H. P. Campbell Sir WiUiam Rae A. Smollett* J. H. Johnstone J. Ramsay* lion. H.Arbuthnot Capt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I GENERAL ELECTION. BOLTON.-The Bolton Free Press says:- " The poor but honest men who lately voted for the free trade candidates at the late election of representatives for this borough, have all been discharged from their employ- ment Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 February 1757, 14 February 1757

    of the ifl of February i J 57, made on the Behalf of David Smith of Methven, Patrick Campbell of Monzie, and David Moncrieff of Craigie, Juftices of the Peace for the County of Perth, and Three of the Truftees Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1757, 31 March 1757

    the Borough ; complaining of Part of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of the Firft of February 1757, made on tne Behalf of David Smith of Metbven, Patrick Campbell q{ Monzie, and David Moncriejf of Crai- Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1817, 16 May 1817

    House, in their Lordships great Wisdom, should " seem meet;" as also upon the Answer of General Alexander Campbell of Monzie, and The Right Ho¬ norable Archibald Colquhoun, His Majesty's Advo¬ cate, for His Majesty's Interest, put in to the Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1718, 24 March 1719

    June 1717 to 23 Octo-\ her 1717, is 121 Days; at £.300. per Annum y To Mr. Patrick Campbell, of Monzie, from 23 October \ 1717 to 24th June 1718, is 244 Days; at £.300. j To Robert Johnston, of Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1807, 27 February 1807

    was prefented, and read ; felting forth, That the public Road from Jj)chearnh'G,d towards Perth, by Cmnrie, Mcnevaird, Strowan, Hqfii, Monzie, Milnab, and Crieff, and the Road from Comrie towards Dunblane, by Glenlichorn, Ardoch, Braco and Kinbiich, as alfo the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Monzie, 1804

    Monzie [country house] Plate 15 to 'Scotia Depicta'; landscape with residence in bottom of valley beside a river with boat sailing at left, two figures in the centre, other buildings on hill at right. 1804Etching and engraving


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