Tarbert

Tarbert (Scottish Gaelic, An Tairbeart) is a place name in Scotland and Ireland. Places named Tarbert are characterised by a narrow strip of land, or isthmus. This can be where two lochs nearly meet, or a causeway out to an island. ...
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Tarbert

[Parliament of Scotland constituency] The sheriffdom of Tarbert was a constituency in the Parliament of Scotland. On 28 June 1633 King Charles I, with the consent of the Three Estates, united the sheriffdom of Tarbert with the sheriffdom of Argyll. The last commissioner for Tarbert in the Parliament was Sir Lachlan Maclean of Morvern, who s...
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Tarbert

village at the head of East Loch Tarbert, an inlet on the west side of of Loch Fyne, Argyll and Bute council area, historic county of Argyllshire, ...
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