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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOWNIE, Robert (1771-1841), of Appin House, Loch Linnhe, Argyll.

    (about 35,000 acres) with the mansion of Appin House, on the eastern shore of Loch Linnhe, 12 miles north-east of Oban. He also acquired property in and around Dunfermline, where he owned the Appin colliery; some of this land, which

    GRANT, William (1701-64), of Prestongrange, Haddington.

    the Act the murder of one of the crown factors appointed to manage the forfeited estates led to the well-known Appin murder trial, in which Grant acted as prosecutor.[footnote]In 1753 Robert Dundas, lord president of the court of session, writing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Captain Sutherland of their 33d regiment, and his lady. Mrs Sutherland caught hold of Mr ColinS Alexander Anderson, from Appin (the only cabin passenger who is saved),'8 and for sometime clung roond him, but in the struggle with t6ewaveist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the age of gs, Mrs. Margaret Stewart, relict of Mr. J.-Hall. This venerable matron was one of the Stewarts of Appin. Her father, who was nearly allied to his " Chieftain," turned out " wi' Charlie" in forty-five, was present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parliament.; In this matter we were very sue- eessful, and the predestined night arrived. Mr Moncrieff, and. Mr DIovnie of Appin, were with me in the gallery. The House was full-l tteiappearance seemed more than usually sombre, and all was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I r FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesdag, Noverber 5. PARTNERsHIPS DISSOLVED. I c ot. Eaton and ]l. Moores, Warehams, Dot I l"' C. W~aid and 3. JaneS, flungerford wharf, 1iuo'etfotd bottled beer merchalts-Louisa Stokes and Jane .fen ki')t, Ia' Subscribers-only content

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    sis r-Jsonary a0, T. H. Brows, Handssrlhv , Sstaffrd Sir b mosfactnrlr-Janua 22, J. Aitrhiso Leds, rmillright. Sctc eSquucstrations.-D. M'Konzie, Appin, Argyllohire, farmer-A. C, TFtot-p8o, Glasgow, tailor-G . Sloan, Edinburgh, wood merchant-W. Brown. Glaogow, dea er in seored muslins- o Subscribers-only content


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