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The Eight Hon. the Earl of Mansfield, Lord-Lieutenant.
Vice-Lieutenant— [Vacant since death of Mr Bruceof Kennet in 1864,
1795— Lord Cathcart.
1800 — iSir R. Abercroraby.
1804— Earl of Mansfield.
1807— Duke of Montrose.
1808— Earl of Mansfield.
1846 — Lord Abercromby.
1852— Earl of Mansfield.
James .Johnstone, Esq. of Alva
The Right Hon. Viscount Stormont
The Right lion. Lord Abercromby
The Right Hon. the Earl of Mar and Kellie
George Monro, Esq., advocate, Sheriff of the County.
In August, 1666, King Charles II granted to Sir Henry Bruce of
Clackmannan, Knt., the office of Heritable Sheriff.
1698— Robert Stewart, advocate, Sheriff.
1712-45 — Colonel William Dalrymple of Glenmuir, Sheriff.
1748 — David Walker, advocate. Sheriff.
1760 — Robert Bruce of Kennet, advocate, Sheriff— Professor of
Laws in the University of Edinburgh, and appointed in
1764 a Lord of Session ; died 1785, aged 66.
1764 — George Cockburn, advocate. Sheriff.
1769— George Haldane, advocate. Sheriff.
1770— A. Abercrombie, advocate, Sheriff.
1782— John Pringle, advocate, Sheriff.
1790— William Tait, advocate, Sheriff.
1798 — David Williamson, advocate. Sheriff.
1808 — James (afterwards Sir James) W. Moncrieff, Bart,, Sheriff,
Dean of Faculty of Advocates, afterwards a Lord of
Session, and father of the present Lord Justice-Clerk
Moncrieff, now Lord Moncrieff of Tullibole.
1830 — John Tait, advocate. Sheriff. [Mr Tait was installed
Sheriff of the county of Perth, July 21, 1866. Resigned
the appointment in 1874.]
1866— George Monro, advocate, was installed Sheriff of the county
on 23d August, 1866.

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