The Highland Clearances
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Sage, Donald, minister of achness
(1818, he wrote a memoribilia. He bought from Robert Mackid. He cared very much about the sufferings of his parishioners. He left Strathnaver, he gave no explanation in his Memoribilia. Also, assisted to the evictions of 2000 souls of the Kildonen parish.)

Scarlett, James 1st Baron and jurist, Abinger
(He was the father to General Scarlett of Balaclava.)

Scott, Andrew (He was a factor.)

Scott, Robert Bisset, a Scotsmen editor
(He edited and published the Military Register from Pall Mall in London . He was also an officer in the Tower Hamlet Militia, a military writer, and later a free-lance warrior in Portugal's wars. He began the paper in 1814. He was astonished by the treatment of the evicted. He was one of the few journalists who protested the soft treatment that Sellar was getting from the authorities. His newspaper demanded his prosecution.)

Scott, Sir Walter (A writer)

Sellar, Patrick, Factor for the Sutherland Estates
(He began the clearances with Young.)

Shaw, Sheriff-Substitute
(He helped evicted inhabitants of North Uist.)

Sinclair, Sir John of Ulbster

Sismondi, Jean Charles Leonard
(He was a Swiss one, of the greatest social scientists of that age. Vehemently criticised Loch's book and Elizabeth Stafford.)

Spence, Charles, solicitor before the Supreme Court of Scotland, and Glencalvie

Spence, Thomas

Stafford, Marquess, see Leveson-Gower

Stafford, Marchioness of, see Gordon

Stafford House,

Stewart, James, Glenelg (Factor to Baillie)

Stewart, Major-General David, of Garth (Soldier from the 42nd regiment. He was also later a Major in the 78th battalion. He also wrote "Sketches of the Islanders.")

Stewart, Donald, Kindeace law-agent

Stowe, Harriet Beecher (American author) (She wrote her memories of her visit to Europe and England called "Sunny Memories." She toured Scotland and She was a friend of the Sutherlands. She published a defense of the Duchess and the improvements.)

Stuart, John and Charles Sobieski

Sutherland, Dukes of, see Leveson-Gower

Sutherland, Duchess of, see Gordon, Howard, Mackenzie

Sutherland, Angus

Sutherland, Angus, M.P
(Of Helmsdale, a teacher at the Glasgow Academy and a leader of the Sutherland Association, he was to become the people's first member of parliament when the radicals of the country elected him in 1885 to take the fight of the crofters to Westminster.)

Sutherland, James
(He was a spiritual leader of the 1815 emigrants, he was from Ceann-na-coille. He was called the Yellow-haired one. He had authority to marry and baptize people before the arrival of a minister at the Red River Settlement. He moved to the East. His great-grandson was Angus Sutherland of Helmsdale, a teacher at the Glasgow Academy and a leader of the Sutherland Association, he was to become the people's first member of parliament when the radicals of the country elected him in 1885 to take the fight of the crofters to Westminster.)

Sutherland, John, Farr
(He was sent to jail for six months for rioting.)

Sutherland, William
(He was from Ceann-na-Coille, he was a schoolteacher. He was in charge for collecting the rents. He had a son and six daughters.)


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