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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Wood Manor Wrockwardine Wood 1882

    owned them in 1839 61 but by 1851 they were said to be the duke of Sutherland 's property. 62 The dukes of Sutherland and the earls of Shrewsbury were said to own the manorial rights in the township in

    Lilleshall Manor and other estates

    1754); 49 Granville, 2nd earl (cr. marquess of Stafford 1786, d. 1803); 50 George Granville, 2nd marquess (cr. duke of Sutherland 1833, d. 1833). 51 In 1823 the marquess settled the manor for life on his son George Granville ,

    Ketley Education

    1841 . 66 Ketley Parochial (later National) School, with 200 places, was opened in 1842 at the 2nd duke of Sutherland 's expense. The slated brick building at Redlake, near the new St. Mary 's church, was probably designed by

    Lilleshall Education

    39 and in 1833 three schools had 67: one for girls, founded in 1832 and supported by the duchess of Sutherland , and two mixed, one of them founded in 1829 . There was a fee-paying evening school, attended by

    Ketley Church

    was completed in 1838 3 at the 2nd duke of Sutherland 's expense 4 and licensed for baptisms and burials. 5 The living was then a curacy, filled at the duke's nomination. Chapel and graveyard were consecrated in 1839 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddaeth i feddianaulawer ar ol ei fain. Bu yf Archesgob yn briod aierch i Ar. dalydd,5taffbor'd, o deulu y Due Sutherland presen. ol, ac Tartikranville, ac Ayr i'r Eglwy1wr (yr hwn a fu farw yn 1847 yn 90 nilwydd oed) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iau, ar gorff gyrwr anifeilinid, yr hwn a gyfar- fuA'ifarwolaethy Dydd M~awrth blaenorol trwysyrth- io i beiriant y "Dluke of Sutherland," tra yn croesi drosodd o Dublin. Lladdwyd pedair-ar-ddeg o ddefaid perthynol i Mr. Hughes, Tanybryn, Conwy, gan y mellt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLIAM A ROBERT CHAMBERS.* Y mae esgyniad y fath nifer o'r dynion mwyaf gwasanaetbgar ymhob gwlad o ddyfnderoedd tlodi yn rhoddi achlysuron mynych a manteision neili- duol i'r efrydydd i edrych beth ydyw natur dylan- wadau tlodi ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda chorfF ei di- ,. *eddar briod o Ismailia am Loegr dydd Sadwrn di- r- weddaf. n Bwriada y Duc Sutherland dale ymweliad a Gari- d baldi yn Caprera cyn dychwelyd o'i ymweliad f'r f, Cyfandir. r, Gwnaed ymgais i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    72ain cynfizol, yn y Trinity, capel y Methodistiad yn ran- cdli.gan yParch...Willams, M.A., B.D., Caerdydd, brawd yMr bricdasferdh, Mr. Pery Sutherland, drape, ag Eliabeth, merch Mir. D, Williams, argraffydd a chyhoeddwr y 'Cylchgrawn' a'r ' Treasury.'{ Ar y 7fed Cyfisol, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Sutherland

    Sutherland County Background Information Number of enrolled freeholders: 24 in 1820; 20 in 1831 GEORGE MACPHERSON GRANT 23 Mar. 1820 LORD FRANCIS LEVESON GOWER 26 June 1826 LEVESON GOWER re-elected after appointment to office 23 May 1827 LEVESON GOWER

    Sutherland

    Sutherland County Background Information SIR WILLIAM GORDON 17 Feb. 1715 SIR WILLIAM GORDON 5 Apr. 1722 Sir John Gordon 5 Apr. 1722 WILLIAM SUTHEREAND, Lord Strathnaver 31 Aug. 1727 SIR JAMES FERGUSSON 15 Feb. 1734 vice Strathnaver, called to

    Sutherland

    Sutherland County Background Information JAMES GRANT 14 July 1790 Robert Bruce Aeneas Macleod 14 July 1790 Robert Home Gordon 14 July 1790 JAMES GRANT 23 June 1796 WILLIAM DUNDAS 31 July 1802 DUNDAS re-elected after appointment to office 4

    Sutherland

    Sutherland Single Member Scottish County Background Information George Mackay 3 May 1754 Mackay 24 Dec. 1756 re-elected after appointment to office Alexander Mackay 23 Apr. 1761 James Wemyss 14 Apr. 1768 James Wemyss 3 Nov. 1774 James Wemyss 28

    Sutherland

    Sutherland Borough Background Information SIR WILLIAM GORDON, Bt. 9 June 1708 SIR WILLIAM GORDON, Bt. 1 Nov. 1710 WILLIAM MORISON 27 Oct. 1713 SIR WILLIAM GORDON, Bt. 7 May 1714 vice Morison, chose to sit for Peeblesshire

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Evils of a hereditary aristocracy., 1869

    a hundred miles in a straight line to the sea, on his own property. The Duke of Sutherland owns the county of Sutherland stretching across Scotland from sea to sea. The Duke of Devonshire , besides his other estates, owns Subscribers-only content

    The political summary, containing the chief interesting events ... in each year of the present reign ... from 1837 to 1884, 1885

    1874 . Edward Newton , Esq. (Acting). „ Major-Gen. Sir A. P. Phayre C.B..G. CM .G., K. C.S.I. W. Sutherland Higgiusou, Sutherland * Also £300 from Imperial funds as II.M. Constil-Ueneral for Borneo, t Also £500 table allowance as commander Subscribers-only content

    True socialism., 1886

    only by deer and sheep. The Empiie has been made distinctly weaker to increase the wealth of the Dukes of Sutherland . Cape Breton and Canada now have the men for whom these local potentates have given us a great Subscribers-only content

    Our root of evils: a tract for to-day, 1887

    this is the robbery of the poor by the rich. i And now let us ask how this Duke of Sutherland acquired his right even over that " unproductive waste " of English land? Did the primal Duke come over Subscribers-only content

    Parliament in Scotland., 1889

    it does so in a less degree than that ii) which it destroys the sentiments alike of patriotism and of kindliness in the former. Such proceedings as the ' Sutherland Clearings ' are now happily a moral impossibility. But the Subscribers-only content

 

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