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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1740

    elder. From the Presbytery of Caithness, Mr James Oswald at Dunnet, Mr Alexander Oliphant at Bower, ministers; and the Lord Murkle, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Kirkwall, Mr John Ballantyne at South Ronaldshay, Mr Thomas Galloway at Deerness, ministers;

    Acts, 1752

    Morton, the Right Honourable John Earl of Breadalbane, the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert Elliot of Minto, Mr John Sinclair of Murkle, two of the Senators of the College of Justice, Sir John Clerk of Pennicuik, Baronet, one of the Barons

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, May 1739, 21-31, 21 May 1739-31 May 1739

    several and joint Answer of James Earl of Roseberry, Andrew Fletcher of Milton Esquire Lord Justice Clerk, John Sinclair of Murkle Esquire One of the Senators of the College of Justice, Sir John Clerk of Pennycock Baronet One of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 May 1739, 21 May 1739

    veral and joint Anfwer of James Earl of Rofeberry, Andrew Fletcher of Milton Efquire Lord Juftice Clerk, John Sinclair of Murkle Efquire One of the Senators of the College of Juftice, Sir John Clerk of Pennycock Ba¬ ronet One of Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1771, 5 February 1771

    1698 without Iffue Male, was fucceeded in the Dignity and Peerage by John Sinclair of Murkle, Grandfon of the faid Sir James Sinclair of Murkle, the Second Son of the aforefaid John Lord Berriedale, as neareft lawful Heir Male to Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1790, 2 March 1790

    Houfe, in their Lordfhips great *' Wifdom, mail feem proper ; and that Sir Robert Sin- «' clair Baronet of Murkle may be required to anfwe? S the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Sir Robert Sinclair may Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1790, 11 March 1790

    Düx Leeds. Comes Abingdoni Comes Morton. Comes Galloway. Comes Bathurfl. Vifcount Courtenap PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Sir Robert Sinclair of Murkle, Baronet, Sinclair et al. to the Appeal oi James Sinclair, of Härpfdale, and others, jfgf^jajr. was this Day brought Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1790, 15 March 1790

    hearing the Caufe wherein James Sin- " clair of Harp/dale and others are Appellants, and Sir " Robert Sinclair, of Murkle, Baronet, is Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe by Counlel at the Bar Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that in that month the exports reached 1,267,950 tone. SERIOUS ACCIDENT To LADY SINCLAR.-Ol Tuesday afternoon, while Lady Sinclair of Murkle was driving to- wards Sir Robert Sinclair's residnene, about eight miles from Thurso, the horse suddenly took fright, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A 2- SALTURDAY, Auous-P 2. r Ur SPORTING TRE8SPASS. y FARREIt Vm. IIAWORTHl.-Mir. WILLIAMS slid Mir. WAsmLmas fol appeased. foir thle pislintiY, andti r. Briountlmommd tile. ALDERmSONt aim for tule dcfemtdarnt. 'Thts was, an actiton lisouglt by NISa. Farrer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the base of the operations which have now bogun. SEnIOrS AC(IDENT TO LADY SINOTAIM.-011 Tuesday afternoon, while Lady Sinclair of Murkle was driving towards Sir Robert Sinclair's residence, about eight snileg from Thurso, the horse suddenly took fright, snd started Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and En~gravings; rare old China and Ornaments. Standard and Table Lamps, Old Sheffield Plated Goods, LaceWindowBEUnda, Thurefton'SBilliadTablesaud Pittng, Old Armour, Murkle Bosls and Podeetale. Bronzs, Itogether with -teStove and GrehuePiants, Smell Omniblus, Garden Chill and Seats, and numerous Outdoor Effacts. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cuddinis,' and nevel in the memory of manl have such extraordinary quan- tities been talcen ashore. In the bay of Murkle, at ono haul, upwards of sixty barrels were cauhtit, and such wvas the enormous quantity in one net that Subscribers-only content

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