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  • * British History Online *

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    Index Of Persons and Places, U, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    , petition of, concerning prizes and smuggling vessels, 106, 244. Upwell , co. Norfolk, Moor Hall in. See Moor Hall. Urquhart , Kenneth, petition of, 121. Usher , [John ] , Lieutenant Governor [of New Hampshire ] , securing and

    Index, U, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    co. Kent, Company of Invalids at, 274. Upton , Nathaniel, petition for reward, as projector for duties on candles, 421. Urquhart , John, of Meldrum, Master of Work, Scotland, 123. Utrecht , Congress of, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Robinson, J.,

    Index Of Persons And Places, U, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    Upwell , co. Norfolk, lease of Moreball and marshland in, 478. Uriel , Richard, tidesman in London port, 65, 444. Urquhart , William, chaplain going to New York, 114. Usher , Robert, Customs boatman at Newcastle, 394. Ustrick , Richard,

    Index, U, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    520. Upnor Castle , co. Kent, Governor of, 101, 124. Invalids at, Company of, 101; clothing of, 427; establishment, 124. Urquhart , James, Professor of Philosophy in King's College, Aberdeen University, pension for, 479. -, Pat., Professor of Medicine in

    Index, U, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Upton , Arthur, Comptroller of Customs at Holetown, 136, 342, 343, 344. -, Thomas, 348, 370, 412. -, William, 221. Urquhart , Alexander, 613. -, lands of, 840. Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer , 271, 290. See Exchequer

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chwalu yr holl amddiffynfeydd, a'r i Mahmud wedi ei gymeryd yn gareharor. y Lladdwyd dau o'r swyddogion Seisnig,- h Cadben Urquhart a'r Is-gadbeu Gore,-ac an- d afwyd amrywv. Oddiwrth yr adroddiadau rr newyddiadurol a swyddoeol sydd wedi dyfod i d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Son.-5. Lady Morgan's Dramatic Scenes from Real Life; Illustrations of the State of Ireland.-6. Financial Measures of the Government. -7. Urquhart and Slade on Turkey; State and Relations of that Empire.-S. Baron d'Haussez's View of Great Britain.-9. Sir John Herschel's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ranwe; par-k Vaughan, Right Hon. Sir J,, -Iieqp4 park Yerey, William, Wiladosn Vines, S., Upper Gowr street Videon, Charles, iareieetd Urquhart, 4., Lincoln's inn Aidds Watson, Capt. W., Uensiangta Wakefield, T. H., Fitsroy square Waterlew,.J., Kentish-tovwn Walter,-Johu, Symoad's it Walker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17th of August. He hod recently retarned to that piace from New York. On Sunday last, at Lakefield, G en Urquhart, in this county, Mr Grant, of Corrymony, aged 93. He was the father of the Scottish bar. Mr Grant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Refwiners 2 0 0 Wdark Avingeir, Esq. . 0 0 J. hing, Esq. . . . . 0, o r. Urquhart, Esq. . . . . I0 W. Appleton, E-q. I 0 U. Tiernanc, Esq. . . II ,C. Grinibhaw, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Industries Musical instruments

    of Leicester by Queen Elizabeth . Urquhart was probably an immigrant from beyond the Border , and his violins are said to be of unusual merit for the period at which he worked. From Urquhart Pamphilon may have learnt his


    George Rivers Maltby , d. 1820; Augusta , dau. of Robert and Sarah Hurst , d. 1834; Frances Susan ( Urquhart ) wife of John George Green , d. 1845, and John George Green , d. 1882; and Henry Thomas

    Acton Manors and other estates

    Gen. Staats Long Morris (d. 1800), 10 whose wife Jane was succeeded by her brother James Edward Urquhart in 1802 . 11 Urquhart surrendered it in 1803 to Thomas Clutton , 12 whose trustees sold it in 1807 to Edmund

    Index K-Z

    Mr., floor-cloth maker, Mormons (Latter-day Saints) , Morren : Chas., Eliz., see Lloyd Morris : Hopkin, Jane Long , see Urquhart Gen. Staats Long, Wm., designer, and see Morice Morrison : Alex., Jane, w. of Alex., later ctss. of Carnwath

    Index A - Z

    58 Upham , in Aldbourne ( Wilts .), 34 Upper Arncot , see Arncot, Upper Urban III , Pope, 305 Urquhart , Revd. Wm., 107 Usher , Eliz., m. Tim. Tyrrell (d. 1701), 277; Jas., Abp. of Armagh , 275

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1720, 17 March 1721

    the Behalf of Mr. George Chalmers Principal, Mr. David Anderfon Profeffor of Divinity, Mr. Alexander Gardon Civilift, Do&or Patrick Urquhart Mediciner, Mr. Alexander Frazer Sub-principal, Mr. Alexander Gordon Humanift, Mr. George Gordon Profeffor of the Oriental Languages, Mr. Alexander Burnet, Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1754, 12 March 1754

    the Court of Seffion in Scotland be deemed good Service. Upon reading the Petition and Crofs Appeal of Wil-]- Tiam Urquhart of MeUrum Efquire; complaining of the h^"" of laft Part of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in« Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1755, 9 January 1755

    good Ser¬ jn\IE Lunse, 130 Janüarii. Domini tam Spirituals quam Temporales fuerunt: A i7s$. "es vice. Hi» Majefty's Advocate againft Urquhart; ft e contra. Marchionefs Dowager of Annandale againft the Marquis fcal. The Houfe being moved, " That Monday the Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1755, 13 January 1755

    Feverfiiam. Ds. Archer. Ha Ho Pe fer PRAYERS. The Anfwer of William Urquhart Efquire, to the __r peal of His Majefty's Advocate for Scotland, was brought in. g Urquhart. Ordered, That the Committee to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1755, 16 January 1755

    on the Behalf of the faid Sufannah, Urquhart to inter into a Recognizance for Mrs. Grant. " Sir J. DuHon Colt & al. Pet. referred to Judges. Houfe being moved, " That George Urquhart may have Leave to enter into Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    URQUHART, Robert (d. 1741), of Burdsyards, Forres, Elgin.

    intercession with the Earl of Seafield, and it was with Seafield’s blessing that Urquhart was eventually returned to Parliament at the general election of 1708. Seafield expected Urquhart to show loyalty to the Court, and included him among those Members

    URQUHART, Alexander (d.1727), of Newhall, Ross.

    friends: ‘I am satisfied Captain Urquhart is a sincere well-wisher of mine’, but advised them against trusting Sunderland too far. He also gave Urquhart a commission as lieutenant-colonel in January 1722.3 After Sunderland’s death Urquhart became ‘as great a depender

    URQUHART, Duncan (d.1742), of Burdsyards, Morayshire.

    URQUHART, Duncan (d.1742), of Burdsyards, Morayshire. Constituency Dates Inverness Burghs 21 July 1737 301741 Ofifces Held Ensign 10 Ft. 1726, lt. 1731; lt. and capt. 2 Ft. Gds. 1738; provost of Forres. Biography Descended from the Urquharts of Cromarty,


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