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trial of Patrick Sellar, factor on the Sutherland estates (from 1810 to 1818)
|Statement||as originally prepared by Mr. Sellar"s junior counsel.|
Mr THOMAS SELLAR, Hall Grove, Bagshot, Surrey (63)—examined. The Chairman. —You have a statement to make? —The object which I have in coming before you is to rectify statements which have been made to you respecting the conduct of my father, the late Patrick Sellar, who in the early part of the present century was factor on the Sutherland estate of . Patrick Sellar would stand trial, partly because of Badinloskin. Homes were being set alight by the improvers because if they simply pulled them down, they .
TRIAL OF PATRICK SELLAR. THE- INDICTMENT. PATRICK SELLAR, now or lately residing at Culmaily, in the parish of Golspie, and shire of Sutherland, and under'factor for the Most Noble the Marquis and Marchioness of Stafford. Patrick John Arthur SELLAR was born on month day , to Thomas SELLAR and Adele Leonide SELLAR (born BYRNE). Thomas was born on January 12 , in Golspie, Sutherland, SCOTLAND. Adele was born on May 16 , in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
[Private information. A full account of the charges against Patrick Sellar, and a discussion thereof, will be found in Report of Trial (Edinburgh, ); reprinted in The Sutherland Evictions, by his son, Thomas Sellar (London, ); cf. Alexander Mackenzie's History of the Highland Clearings and Professor Blackie's Lays and Legends of the Highlands, to which works that of Thomas Sellar . Full text of "The Sutherland evictions of " See other formats.
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Patrick Sellar (–) was a Scottish lawyer, factor and sheep farmer. Inhe was employed as factor by the Sutherland Estate in a joint (but subordinate) position with William Young. The estate had started some clearances, integral to their program of agricultural clearances in went reasonably smoothly, in Sellar failed to.
: The Trial of Patrick Sellar, Factor on The Sutherland Estates (from to ), for Culpable Homicide, Real Injury, and Oppression, Before the at Inverness, on the 23rd of April, (): Mackenzie, Alexander: Books1/5(1).
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Patrick Sellar was born and brought up in Elgin. His father was a lawyer, and Patrick followed in his footsteps. Some time around he was employed by Elizabeth Sutherland, the 19th Countess of Sutherland, and her husband, the 2nd Marquess of Stafford to be the factor, or manager, of their estates in Sutherland.
At the time the Sutherland estates amounted to. The henchmen in the tale are James Loch, Commissioner to the Marquis of Stafford, and Patrick Sellar, Factor of the Sutherland Estate.
The chapter on the trial of Patrick Sellar in the High Court on culpable homicide charges is an infuriating read for anyone concerned with the rule of law. Indeed that is a theme throughout the book where wealth.
This second part of The Strathnaver Trilogy follows Chief of Mackay and describes the fulfilment of the anti-Gaelic, anti-Mackay policy of the House of Sutherland, under which the entire population of the north-west of Scotland was displaced in what became known as the Clearances.
The principal agent of the Duchess of Sutherland in this early version of ethnic cleansing was Patrick Sellar. Patrick Sellar became a totemic figure in Scottish history, a figure of vilification, the strength of which has shown extraordinary stamina into the late twentieth century.
His enduring infamy into the present is remarkable [ ]. In the literature of the Highland clearances, Sellar’s name is used to evoke images of extirpation, genocide and even the Holocaust (Richards,p. Jim Hunter reflects on the year anniversary of the trial of Patrick Sellar.
Two hundred years ago, on 23 and 24 AprilPatrick Sellar was tried in the High Court, Inverness, on culpable homicide and other charges arising from clearances on the Sutherland Estate where Sellar was employed as factor by the estate’s owners, the Marquis and Marchioness of Stafford, later.
A storytelling from Elliot Rudie with Rosemary Mackintosh Strathnaver Museum Patrick Sellar was a lawyer, hired as the factor of the Duke of Sutherland, in to assist with the improvement of. Even those historians who have ‘repeatedly put Patrick Sellar on trial’ to borrow a phrase from Ian Grimble, have conceded one aspect of his legacy, that he was ‘a great farmer.’ An important element of this reputation was his improvement of the extensive farm at Culmaily which was his first venture into farming, initially in.
All of this cost him about two-thirds of one year's income, and one of his factors doing the dirty was one Patrick Sellar. Sellar had ironically disliked the sheep at first, coming up to Sutherland in May He was an advocate who had studied law at Edinburgh University, and had already attained the position of Procurator-Fiscal of Moray.
InWilliam Young and Patrick Sellar arrived in Sutherland and made contact with the Sutherland family, becoming key advisors to the owners of the estate.
They offered ambitious plans which matched the wish for rapid results. Lady Sutherland had already dismissed the estate's factor, David Campbell, in for lack of progress. Patrick Sellar was factor to George, 1st duke of Sutherland, and became infamous for the way he treated tenants on his employer's estates.
The policy of clearing them off their holdings in order to introduce sheep farming led to his trial on charges including culpable homicide after he and his men burnt down one residence with someone still inside.
Buy Report Of The Trial Of Patrick Sellar, Esq., Factor For The Marquis And Marchioness Of Stafford, For The Crimes Of Culpable Homicide, Real Injury, And Oppression by Sellar, Patrick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. In April Patrick Sellar was brought to trial in Inverness for culpable homicide for his treatment of the Highlanders of Strathnaver, the most northerly part of the Scottish highlands.
In the process of evicting them from their ancient lands he had allegedly burnt houses, destroyed mills and wrecked pastures. There is perhaps no more hated nor reviled individual in Highland.
He wrote another book in response to a book written about the graciousness of Countess Sutherland several years later. We will be looking at those books in chapter five. Patrick Sellar Goes to Trial. Surprisingly, given the atmosphere, Patrick Sellar was tried for manslaughter when some elderly tenants were killed whilst being evicted.
The trial of Patrick Sellar: factor on the Sutherland estates (from to ) for culpable homicide, real injury, and oppression, before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, at Inverness, on the 23rd of April,as originally prepared by Mr.
Sellar's junior counsel. The Trial of Patrick Sellar book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This second part of The Strathnaver Trilogy follows Chief of M /5(5).
: patrick sellar. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. All. Patrick Sellar and the Highland Clearances, Eric Richards' excellent, very fully documented study of the man, helps us to understand him much betterWe need to be honest about Scotland in relation to imperialism, Eric Richards' subtle, imposing and highly readable book is of great service in this direction.
The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies (formerly Scottish Economic and Social History) is published by Edinburgh University Press on behalf of the Economic and Social History Society of is a fully refereed outlet for the best research in social, economic and cultural history, in historical geography and anthropology, and in historical theory.The Trial of Patrick Sellar, Factor on the Sutherland Estates (from to ), for Culpable Homicide, Real Injury, and Oppression, Before the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Inverness, on the 23rd Sir Alexander MacKenzie.Sutherland factor during the Clearances Patrick Sellar was the factor of the Duke of Sutherland, one of the most notorious landlords for clearing off the land tenants whose families had farmed there for generations.
Sellar was in the front line of the duke’s dirty work, and showed great enthusiasm and brutality in his ruthless evictions.