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Sir George Mackenzie

king"s advocate, of Rosehaugh, his life and times 1636(?)-1691

by Andrew Lang

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Published by Longmans, Green and co. in London, New York [etc] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland
    • Subjects:
    • Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691,
    • Scotland -- History -- 1660-1688

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Andrew Lang. With four illustrations.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA804.1.M2 L3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 347 p.
      Number of Pages347
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7008766M
      LC Control Number09015743
      OCLC/WorldCa674983

      Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh (/ – ) was a Scottish lawyer, Lord Advocate, essayist and legal writer. As Lord Advocate he was the minister responsible for the persecuting policy of Charles II in Scotland against the Presbyterian Covenanters.   An institute of the law of Scotland [microform]: in four books: in the order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that law by Erskine, John, ; Ivory, James, ; Mackenzie, George, Institutions of the law of Scotland.

      Mackenzie, George, Sir, The laws and customes of Scotland, in matters criminal wherin is to be sein how the civil law, and the laws and customes of other nations doe agree with and supply ours / by Sir George MacKenzie off [sic] Ross-haugh. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library: creatorOf: Seton, Robert, fl. .   Sir George Mackenzie, a former Lord Advocate during the reign of King Charles II, died in He earned the nickname Bloody MacKenzie for sending hundreds of .

      SIMPSON, Sir GEORGE, governor of the HBC, author, and businessman; b. probably in or in the parish of Lochbroom (Highland), Scotland, son of George Simpson; m. 24 Feb. his cousin Frances Ramsay Simpson in the parish of Bromley St Leonard (London), and they had five children; four of whom survived infancy; d. 7 Sept. in Lachine, Lower Canada. Discover George Mackenzie's Mausoleum in Edinburgh, Scotland: The tomb of one of Scotland's bloody historic villains is a magnet for bumbling desecrators.


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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. MACKENZIE, (SIR) GEORGE, a celebrated lawyer and state officer, and perhaps the first Scotsman who wrote the English language in a style approaching to purity, was born at Dundee, in His father was Simon Mackenzie of Lochslin, brother of the earl of Seaforth, and his mother Elizabeth Bruce, daughter of Dr Peter Bruce, principal of St.

Sir George Steuart Mackenzie, 7th Baronet FRS FRSE FSA (22 June –26 October ) was a Scottish geologist, chemist and agricultural improver. [1] Sir n. On the formation of chalcedony, read Janu () (Reprint) by Mackenzie, George Steuart, Sir, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Sir George Mackenzie, in full Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, (bornDundee, Scotland—died May 8,Westminster, London, England), Scottish lawyer who gained the nickname “Bloody Mackenzie” for his prosecution of the Scottish Presbyterian Covenanters; he was founder of the Advocates’ Library in Edinburgh, now the National Library of Scotland.

to fabricate or magnify all ancient and lordly pedigrees. Sir George Mackenzie of Tarbat, the Lord Advocate, and Sir George Mackenzie, the first Earl of Cromartie, were ready to swear to the descent of the Scots nation from Gathelus, son of Cecrops, King of Athens, and Scota his wife, daughter of.

We know this uncertain time can cause stress for families. We've compiled a list of resources available to you. Origin of the Mackenzie Poltergeist. Greyfriars Kirkyard is the site of one of the most bloody religious persecutions carried out in the 17th century by King appointed Lord Advocate Sir George Mackenzie against the rebel Presbyterian Covenanters for their failure to accept state-approved religion and swear loyalty to the King.

Sir George Mackenzie King's Advocate, of Rosehaugh, His Life and Times (?) London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta: Longmans, Green and Co., xi, pp. Illustrated. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN Cloth.

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Watson Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language Pages: Sir George MacKenzie (/) is a name that has become synonymous with the persecution by the crown of the Covenanters, earning him the epithet Bluidy Mackenzie.

He persecuted them from the bench, while John Graham of Claverhouse earned the name Bluidy Clavers for his summary field executions. But Sir George Mackenzie wasn’t entirely evil. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++ The institutions of the law of Scotland by Sir George Mackenzie Mackenzie, George, Sir, [Edition statement:] The third edition corrected, with an alphabetical table.

Mackenzie, George, The principles of the law of Scotland: in the order of Sir George Mackenzie's Institutions of that law / (Edinburgh: Printed for Bell & Bradfute, ), also by John Erskine (page images at HathiTrust) Mackenzie, George, Reason an.

MACKENZIE, Sir GEORGE (–), of Rosehaugh, king's advocate during the period of the covenanting persecution, and known in Scottish covenanting tradition as the 'Bloody Mackenzie,' eldest son of Simon Mackenzie of Lochslin, Ross-shire, brother of George Mackenzie, second earl of Seaforth [q.

v.], by Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Bruce, D.D., principal of St. Leonard's. George Mackenzie: A Promising Start. Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh was born in Dundee in either orand was educated at the University of Aberdeen, The University of St Andrews and The University of Bourges in France, before Author: MJ Steel Collins.

The continuing phenomena that is being reported, has been put down to Sir George Mackenzie, who lived in the ’s. His nickname of Bloody Mackenzie became well established after he started a relentless and inhumane persecution of the Covenanters, a large group of Presbyterians who were against the king’s wishes for them to change their.

Get this from a library. Sir George Mackenzie, king's advocate, of Rosehaugh: his life and times [Andrew Lang]. Sir George Mackenzie, king's advocate, of Rosehaugh, his life and times by Andrew Lang (); Terrors of the law: being the portraits of three lawyers, "Bloody Jeffreys," "The bluidy advocate Mackenzie," the original Weir of Hermiston by Francis Watt ().

LOCATION: Sir Alexander Mackenzie Provincial Park, near Elcho Harbour on Dean Channel, at the westernmost point of Alexander Mackenzie's cross-continental journey, approximately 65 km west of Bella Coola.

It's hard not to suggest the most signficant literary site in B.C. is the rock, near the water's edge, at the mouth of the Bella Coola River, on which Mackenzie used a reddish paint made of. Sir George Mackenzie: King's Advocate Of Rosehaugh, His Life And Times.

by Andrew Lang; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Lawyers, Biography, History, Accessible book; Places: Scotland; People: George Mackenzie Sir (); Times:. MACKENZIE, GEORGE, Viscount Tarbat, first Earl of Cromarty (–), statesman, born at Innerteil, near Kinghorn, Fifeshire, inwas eldest son of Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat — grandson of Colin Mackenzie of Kintail, and nephew of the first Lord Mackenzie of Kintail, Rossshire, the progenitor of the Mackenzies, earls of Seaforth.and Colin Mackenzie, his uncles, and George Mackenzie, II.

of Allangrange. He appointed Colin Mackenzie, then of Findon, and afterwards of Davochpollo and Mountgerald, as his tutor and factor at a salary of merks Scots. In May,having apparently to some extent recovered his health, he appears in his place in Parliament.Biographical Summary "The Hon.

James Mackenzie, of Roystoun, co. Edinburgh, 3rd and youngest son of George Mackenzie, 1st Earl of Cromarty [S], by his first wife Anne, daughter of Sir James Sinclair, 1st Baronet [S ] of Canisbay, was born about ; inherited by entail, datedthe estate of Roystoun aforesaid; was admitted Advocate, 19 Novemberand created a Baronet [S], 8.