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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, John (d.1753), of Philiphaugh, Selkirk.

    of Philiphaugh, Selkirk. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 16 Apr. 1725 141734 Selkirkshire 1734 2 July 1753 Ofifces Held Hereditary sheriff, Selkirk 1708-c.34. Biography Unable as hereditary sheriff to stand for the county, John Murray, whose family acquired their Philiphaugh estates

    MURRAY, John (c.1667-1714), of Bowhill, Selkirk.

    agent Scot, writing in 1706, who described him as ‘entirely governed’ by his elder brother Sir James Murray of Philiphaugh. Like Philiphaugh he was a stout upholder of the Revolution interest, commissioned as a captain of fencibles in 1689 and,

    LOCKHART ROSS, John (1721-90), of Balnagown, Ross.

    the town of Lanark, which has the return at next election, is tired of its present Member, Mr. Murray of Philiphaugh, and seems fond of Captain John Lockhart ... who has behaved so well at sea, I would humbly propose

    MURRAY, John (1726-1800), of Philiphaugh, Selkirk.

    (1726-1800), of Philiphaugh, Selkirk. Constituency Dates Linlithgow Burghs 1754 1761 Biography Murray, the 18th of his line, was head of a celebrated Border family, owning great estates in Ettrick and Yarrow. Through his mother he was related to the Dukes

    ELLIOT, Sir Gilbert, 2nd Bt. (c.1693-1766), of Minto, Roxburgh.

    ELLIOT, Sir Gilbert, 2nd Bt. (c.1693-1766), of Minto, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Roxburghshire 1722 June 1726 Ofifces Held Ld. of session (Lord Minto) 1726-d., ld. of justiciary 1733-d., ld. justice clerk 1763-d. Biography Elliot’s family was a junior branch to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    had marched round from Newbury , by Reading and Windsor , to Marston . After the disasters of Naseby , Philiphaugh , and Rowton Heath , Charles on 5 November once more took refuge in Oxford , and in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Iarll Russell, ond gan nas caniatai ei iechyd iddo fod yn bresenol cymerwyd ei le gan Syr John Murray, Philiphaugh. Ymddengys fod yr etholiad wedi dylanwaduti-raddau mawr ar y cyfarfod, oblegid nid oedd dim llai na 357 o y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIr. G. Taylor, banker, 3i Bartholemers -latie. At Lisbon, in the 74th year of his age, C. Mlsrrav, Esqp' of Philiphaugh, and many Sears his Britanuic Ma- jesty's Consul, at Madeira. On Fridas', the 5th inst. at her father's house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had overlooked, the picture of a battle fought in 1650 in which the English lost the day, 211ontrose routed at Philiphaugh by Sir David Leslie. This is by Mr A. Cooper, and contains one of his excellent white horses. Not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at all. Tradition said that Leslie's six thousand cavalry had grassed there a night or two before the battle of Philiphaugh ; and there, as its vista stretched far away to where the purple Lanimermuir bounded the distance, far beyond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    skaftesbury, are to preside at the evening meetings, and Sir John Maxwell, of Pollock, Bert.; J. N. Murray, Esq., of Philiphaugh; John C. Colquhoun, Rsq., of Killermont; John Hunter, Esq., of Hnnterston; and A. Thomson, Esq., of Banchory; are to Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Other Works, 1864

    with his King, and rose up c Sheriffe of Ettricke Foreste, ' and how the bold ruffian boasted, ' Fair Philiphaugh is mine by right, And Lewinshope still mine shall be; Newark , Foulshiels , and Tinnies baith My bow Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1864

    the grounds of Bow - hill, and passing Philiphaugh , see where stout David Lesly crossed in the mist at daybreak with his heavy dragoons, many of them old soldiers of Gustavus, and routed the gallant Graeme; and there is Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1864

    mantle, And sae her true love won ! ' This ended our walk. We found the car¬ riage at the Philiphaugh home-farm, and we drove home by Tair and Fernilee , Ashestiel and Elibank , and passed the bears as Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1864

    old Selkirk road , which passes almost right over the summit, and by which Montrose and his cavaliers fled from Philiphaugh , where Sir Walter ' s mother remem¬ bered crossing, when a girl, in a coach-and-six, on her way Subscribers-only content

    Women's suffrage: third annual meeting in Edinburgh ... on 22d January 1872., 1872

    him in passing his measure through the House of Commons . (Applause.) Apologies for absence had been received from Sir John Murray of Philiphaugh , Professor Caird , and the Rev. Dr Pulsford . A telegram has also been received Subscribers-only content

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