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Information for Mr. Alexander Mackenzie
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|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 9974, no. 07.|
|Contributions||Mackenzie, Alexander, Sir, d. 1792.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Get this from a library! First across the continent: Sir Alexander Mackenzie. [Barry M Gough] -- Seeking the Northwest Passage and the fabled link to Russia, Japan, and Cathay, Alexander Mackenzie drove himself and his men relentlessly, by canoe and portage, across the uncharted rivers, valleys. Information for Mr. Alexander Mackenzie younger of Coul, advocate, Alexander Mackenzie younger of Lentron, John Mackenzie younger of Torridon, and others, pannels, against His Majesty's Advocate.: : Multiple Contributors, See Notes: Books.
MacKenzie, the former secretary - cashier of the Bank of New South Wales. Extract from the Memoirs of Alexander Kenneth Mackenzie Esq, Dochcairn, Bathurst, N.S.W. Written by himself from memo-ry at the age of 68 “My father Mr. Alexander Mackenzie, of the Stamp Office, London, was married early in life to Mary Price of Islington, a lady of. This article is the Electoral history of Alexander Mackenzie, the second Prime Minister of Canada.A Liberal, he served one term as Prime Minister ( - ).He became Prime Minister after defeating the government of Sir John A. Macdonald on a non-confidence motion in and then winning the general election of He later lost the general election of and .
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First Man West: Alexander Mackenzie's Journal of His Voyage to the Pacific Coast of Canada in Alexander Mackenzie Greenwood Press, - Biography & Autobiography - pages.
The original discharge, dated 1st May,Sir William says, is at Castle Grant. ["Chiefs of Grant," vol. ] A bond of manrent is entered into between Grant and Mackenzie on the same date, at Inverness.
The day appointed for the meeting of Mackenzie and Glengarry to arrange terms soon arrived. P, Travels and Adventures, Alexander Henry. Letter - Mr. Alexander MacKenzie to R. MacKenzie, Masson Papers. Letter Mr. MacKenzie to R. MacKenzie. of Sir Roderick, Mr Colin Mackenzie of Strathgarve, Mr Alexander Mackenzie of Kinnock, and Alexander Mackenzie of Coul, to receive Malcolm Caogach Mac Jan Mhic-an-t-Sagairt, Callum Dubh Mac Allaster, Donald Mac Angus Mac Gillechallum, Gillecallum Mac Ian Riabhaich, and James Mac Ian Duibh, from the Magistrates of Edinburgh, to.
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Sir Alexander Mackenzie of Broomhill (sasine in ), and Pitarrow, in Kincardine. He was Commissary of Inverness and Sheriff of the Bishopric of Orkney, his father when appointing him to the latter office describing him as "Mr Alexander Mackenzie, Commissary of Inverness, my eldest lawful son.".
Murdo Mackenzie of Kernsary, Alexander Mackenzie of Coul, and Kenneth Mackenzie of Darochmaluag. It is to the same effect as and in almost identical terms with the commission issued in favour of Kenneth, Lord Kintail, on the 19th of July, (given at length at pp.
), and it confers full powers on the Tutor and his. Information for Alexander Penrose-Cuming of Altyre, Esq; with concourse of his Majesty's Advocate, prosecutor; against William Leslie, minister of the parish of St.
Andrews and Longbride, residing at Darkland, near Elgin, in the county of Elgin and Forres, pannel by: Gordon, Alexander Penrose Cumming, Sir, Published: ().
From Mr Osgood H. Mackenzie of Inverewe, youngest son of the late Sir Francis Mackenzie, Bart. of Gairloch, I have received a large amount of personal aid. Much of the information about the Mackenzies has been culled from the works of Mr Alexander Mackenzie (a native of Gairloch) with his consent.
against Alexander Mackenzie of Gairloch, meaning to cut him out of his low country estates, and being powerfully supported by Mackenzie of Fairburn and Mr John Mackenzie of Tolly, minister of Dingwall, a plodding clergyman, kept him sixteen sessions at Edinburgh; the last year of which Gairloch and his brother Kenneth.
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Alexander Mackenzie younger of Coul, advocate, Alexander Mackenzie younger of Lentron, John Mackenzie younger of Torridon and others, pannels, against His Majesty's advocate. [Alexander Mackenzie, Sir; John Mackenzie, (Of Torridon Scotland); Scotland.
High Court of Justiciary.]. Alexander Mackenzie was born in Scotland on 28 Januaryone of 10 sons born to Alexander Mackenzie and Mary Stewart Fleming.
His father was a carpenter who experienced periods of both prosperity and unemployment. During his life he wrote several books, including one in his retirement, The Life and Speeches of Hon. George Brown (