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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, Alexander (1736-95), of Murrayfield, Edinburgh, and Henderland, Peebles.

    (1736-95), of Murrayfield, Edinburgh, and Henderland, Peebles. Constituency Dates Peeblesshire 1780 Feb 1783 Ofifces Held Sheriff depute, Peebles 1761-75; one of commissaries of Edinburgh 1765; solicitor-gen. [S] May 1775-Feb. 1783; commr. for fisheries and manufactures 1777; raised to the bench

    MURRAY, Alexander (1747-1820), of Blackbarony, Peebles.

    advancement in the army was slow, and after succeeding to the Blackbarony estates he resigned his commission.When Alexander Murray of Murrayfield was raised to the Scottish bench, Murray of Blackbarony was returned unopposed in his place. There is no record

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 March 1831, 30 March 1831

    discharge the said Debts and Bur- " dens; and likewise for settling and securing the Lands " and Estate of Murrayfield, and others, in the said " County of Dumfries, to and in favor of Thomas Beattie " of Crieve, Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1831, 15 April 1831

    discharge the said Debts and " Burdens ; and likewise for settling and securing the " Lands and Estate of Murrayfield, and others, in the said " County of Dumfries, to and in favor of Thomas Beattie " of Crieve, Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1831, 18 April 1831

    to discharge the said Debts and " Burdens; and likewise for settling and securing the " Lands and Estate of Murrayfield, and others, in the " said County of Dumfries, to and in favor of Thomas " Beattie of Crieve, Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1831, 24 June 1831

    discharge the " said Debts and Burdens ; and likewise for settling and " securing the Lands and Estate of Murrayfield, and " others, in the said County of Dumfries, to and in favor " of Thomas Beaitie of Crieve, Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1831, 28 June 1831

    to discharge the said Debts " and Burdens; and likewise for settling and securing " the Lands and Estate of Murrayfield, and others, in " the said County of Dumfries, to and in favor of Thomas " Beattie of Crieve, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq.-On the 7th, G It Daniel, Esq, 64th Regt., to Helen, daughter of Colonel Guv, C.B e, DEATHS--At Newcombe Villa, Murrayfield, near Edlinburglli 11 the eels, Mr Charles Miclintosl, in the 70th vear of his ag'e.-Oll th leth, at lRosherville, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the father 9 sliglhtly. About an hour afterwards a gentleman named > Dick was attacked by two man at Murrayfield, about a mile from Ravenston. He gave them 4s., being all the money he had, and they then asked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reeves will therefore have to pay at a proportionately higher rate. The announcement of the death of Dr. Cm(aing, Kinellan, Murrayfield, Ediuburgh, in his eighty-sevngth year, -wilt be received wilsi feelings of deep regret throughont Scotland. The son of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. GRANIAM, Annfield, Newhaven. - J. MELtIS, Edinburgh, silk mercer.-J. S rEWARPT, Glasgow, house and lind agede -S. A. ASHEIY, Murrayfield, near Edinburgh. Friday, August 27. I3ANKIIUPTS.-B.. MORGAN, Cheapside, City, wholeesale sltatlloue.-. 1t. WN. SAUNDERS, Thamne. Osfordshire, saddler ri?d harness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    princely proprietor of the chief variety establishments at Edinburgh, Sunderland, and Newcastle. Leaving out his beautiful mansion and estate at Murrayfield, this addition to his already extensive properties makes Mr Moss the largest proprietor of the kind in the kingdom. Subscribers-only content

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