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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAMPBELL, John I (1798-1830), of Succoth, Dunbarton

    of the court of session, 1789-1818, sitting as Lord Succoth; his father, who succeeded to the baronetcy in 1823, was a lord of session from 1809 until 1824, also as Lord Succoth. He was returned unopposed for Dunbartonshire in 1826

    CAMPBELL, Ilay (1734-1823), of Succoth, Argyll.

    (1734-1823), of Succoth, Argyll. Constituency Dates Glasgow Burghs 1784 Oct. 1789 Ofifces Held Solicitor-gen. [S] Feb.-Aug. 1783, lord adv. Dec. 1783-Oct. 1789; trustee for fisheries and manufactures 1784; ld. pres. ct. of sess. Nov. 1789-1808. Biography Campbell was a brilliant

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wue g di rywbeth i wyr Succoth yna sydd ycs dy Sline fel y rhy hyn ?" "IFe awn ni ar el y Midianiaid i ddechren., ac: v ry ynani gIawn setie A gwyr Succoth." Ac felly y v rygwnaetb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blsen. Cyawyea gareg filldir Rufeinig O amber M sximian a Sarvaers, sydd yn dargos mai yr an yw Pithom DCU Succoth a Hero neE Ero y Rhuf- einiaid, a Heroopolis y Groegisid, yr hwn oedd drydydd enw (saw olaanrol), £el Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydyw, ei Woi Wedi diegyn i'r llwhb, oblegid aicr yw y buseai, fel Geleon gynt, unwdith etc yn dysgn tywysogion Succoth A drain yr anialweb, oe A mieri." Yr ydym ami i dro er pan y mae y tad wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ule a'i hanesiseth, Yr oedd y lie yn dwyn tystiolsetb ddiambenol o'i fawn mai yr un ydoedd a'r Pithonm b'r Succoth a grybwyllir yn Exodus, so mai i adeiiadydd ydoedd Pharaoh y gorthrymydd, ac mai i fiab Meneptah ydoedd Pharaoh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ile yr oedd y ddinas. Yn ol rheolau trawsnewidiad flythyrenau, ceir fod yr enw diweddaf yr ain ra'r gair Hebraeg Succoth. Y mae pump o ffeithiau pwysig wedi eu gwirio gan yr ymnchwiliad. Y gyntaf yw safle dinas Pithom, yr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1732, 6 May 1732

    the Behalf of John Earl of Breadalban, John Campbell Younger of Kintraes, Alexander Campbell and Mary Campbell, William Campbell of Succoth, Janet Camp¬ bell and James Bedge her Hufband, Ifabell Campbell, and Campbell, Creditors of Archibald Campbell; and praying, " Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1739, 21 May 1739

    of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland, Colonel John Campbell of Manure, and Mr. John Campbell of Succoth Advocate, Truftees for the Creditors of the faid Earl, and as Creditors to him, and feveral others alfo Creditors Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1754, 4 February 1754

    Scotland, of the i oth Day of Ja¬ nuary 1754, made on the Behalf of Archibald Camp¬ bell, Younger, of Succoth, Writer to the Signet in Scotland; and praying, " That the fame may be re- " verfed; or that Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1754, 13 March 1754

    Comes Northumber¬ land. Comes Egremont. Comes Temple. Vifcount Say & Sele. PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Archibald Campbell the Younger of Succoth, to the Appeal of Captain John Stirling of Her- bertßire, was brought in. The Earl of Warwick reported from Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1754, 13 March 1754

    Caufe wherein Captain John asai"ft " Stirling of Herberißire is Appellant, and Archibald ami" e " Campbell the Younger of Succoth is Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Counfel, at the Bar, on Subscribers-only content

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