John Murray, Lord Bowhill
John Murray (c. 1667 – 24 March 1714) was a Scottish lawyer and politician.
He was a Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland for Selkirk from 1689 to 1702 and for Selkirkshire from 1702 until the Act of Union 1707. He was one of the Scottish representatives to the first Parliament of Great Britain, but may not have taken his seat as he was appointed a Lord of Session as Lord Bowhill on 7 June 1707.
- Leigh Rayment, The House of Commons, Constituencies beginning with "S". Retrieved 13 November 2011.
- Leigh Rayment, Scottish Lords of Session (Senators of the College of Justice in Scotland). Retrieved 13 November 2011.
- D.W. Hayton, Murray, John (c.1667-1714), of Bowhill, Selkirk in The History of Parliament 1690-1715, 2002. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
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Sir Francis Scott
|Shire Commissioner for Selkirk
With: John Pringle
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With: 44 others
(as MP for Selkirkshire)
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