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  • This pyramid was erected by SIMON LORD FRASER of LOVAT, in honour of Lord THOMAS his Father, a Peer of Scotland, and Chief of the great and ancient clan of the FRASERS.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

  • [Illustration: GENERAL SIMON FRASER OF LOVAT.] 1746, to August 15, 1747, when he was allowed to reside in Glasgow during the king's pleasure.

    An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America

  • This pyramid was erected by SIMON LORD FRASER of LOVAT, in honour of

    The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

  • TERRY LOVAT: New South Wales took a particularly formal approach to this in separating out what it calls "general religious education", something that fits into the curriculum with

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  • Lord CHAPLIN, though he thought the Bill one of the worst ever introduced, declined to vote against the Second Reading; Lord HARRIS believed that it would make very little difference one way or the other; Lord RIBBLESDALE, as an old-fashioned Free Trader, would have nothing to do with it; Lord LOVAT was of opinion that as an insurance for our food supply it would not compare with a Channel Tunnel; and Lord BUCKMASTER feared that it would rather strengthen than allay the demand for land nationalisation.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, December 15, 1920

  • There is an inscription on a piece of white marble inserted in it, which I suspect to have been the composition of Lord Lovat himself, being much in his pompous style: ” 'This pyramid was erected by SIMON LORD FRASER of LOVAT, in honour of Lord THOMAS his Father, a Peer of Scotland, and Chief of the great and ancient Clan of the FRASERS.

    Life of Johnson

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