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regarding the African slave question,
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Cheyne, 372 Gutlirie, 740 Negget, 622
Adam, 622

Clarke, 741 Hamilton, 119, 372 Meikleham, 372
Aitchison, 622 Cook, 372

Hastings, 622 Menzies, 372
Anderson, 372 Crawford, 622 Hay, 372, 622 Melville, 622
Alison, 372
Curle, 372

Henderson, 372 Mercer, 622, ib.
Baillic, 119, 372 Dalzel, 119, 622 Hepburne, 119 Meredith, 622
Davidson, 622, ib. Hesse, 740

Micking, 741
Ballard, 622 Davis, (3 children,) Hislop, 622

Milner, 119
Barber, 372


Hope, 622, 623 Milton, 622
Becher, 372
Dick, 372

Hopetoun, 372 Mitchell, 622
Bell, 119, 622 Dickie, 623

Hopkirk, 622 Montgomery, 372
Bethune, 372 Dickson, 372 Howe, 372

Moodie, 622
Black, 372

Dimma, 372 Horrocks, 119 Moncrieff, 622, ib.
Blackburn, 372 Douglas, 372, Hume, 741 Morrison, 741
Blair, 741


Hutchison, 622 Morson, 622
Block, 622
Dudgeon, 372, ib. Inglis, 372

Mossman, 623
Bogle, 372


Inverarity, 622 Mowbray, 372
Borthwick, 741 Dunbar, 741 Irvine, 119

Munro, 119
Boswell, 622 Dunlop, 119 Iveson, 622

Noel, 119
Boyd, 622

Elliott, 119, 372 Johnstone, 622, 623 O'Connell, 741
Bradford, 622 Espinasse, 622 Laurie, 622, 623 Orr, 622
Brewster, 623 Farquharson, 623 Learth, 622

Parsons, 119
Bridges, 119, 741 Ferrier, 622

Loch, 372, 622 Paterson, 622
Brodie, 372

Ferguson, 119 Londonderry, 372 Peel, 119, 623
Broomfield, 119 Filder, 119

Long, 622

Plimer, 119
Brougham, 119 Fleming, 372 Lyon, 741

Pringle, 623
Bruce, 622
Foggo, 622

M'Arthur, 622 Radcliffe, 119
Burn, 372, 741 Forbes, 372 Macbean, 372 Ramsay, 119
Burnet, 622

Fortescue, 741 M'Candlish, 119 Reid, 372
Cadell, 119, 372 Fraser, 622

Macfarlane, 372 Robertson, 622, ib.
Cameron, 372 Fullarton, 622 Macgregor, 622 ib.
Campbell, 622, ib., Gibson, 372

Mackenzie, 372, Ross, 622, ib.
Gifford, 119, 372 622, ib. 740 Scott, 119, 622, ib.
Cargill, 622
Gordon, 119, 372, Maclean, 119

Carmichael, 372 ib. 623

Macleod, 740 Shandos, 622
Carnegy, 740 Gower, 119 Maconochie, 623 Silver, 372
Carruthers, 622 Grant, 622, ib. 623, Mansfield, 741 Sinclair, 372
Cathcart, 622


Marjoribanks, 372 Sitwell, 622
Cay, 623
Grey, 372

Marshall, 622 Skinner, 372


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