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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, July 1577, 01 July 1577-31 July 1577

    or government, and they esteem the Earl of Atholl as most apt either to succeed the Regent or to bear sway in the government of the King. The Earls of Argyll and Atholl being long at variance, and thinking their Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1578, Jul-Sept

    hand four dayis wages extending to twentie four li. 25 July 1578. Atholl, Argyll, Montrois . The ballies and counsall being send for be the Erlis of Atholl, Argyll, and Montrois, and the caus of their conuentioun in this towne

    Cecil Papers, October 1577, 01 October 1577-31 October 1577

    of their common adversaries. Antwerp, 6 Oct. 1577. French . 1 p. 482. Agreement between the Earls of Argyle and Atholl and Alexander, Master of Mar. 1577, Oct. 22. Bond by which the Earls promise to assist the Master of

    Errata

    ?" read "167[4 ] ./March." and last line but one insert [Thomas ] before "Griffith." " 251, line 15, for "Atholl" read "Athole." " 275, lines 2 and 8, for "Llanfillin" read "Llansilin." " 287, 13 lines from bottom, for Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, July 1565, 01 July 1565-31 July 1565

    wrote by "Meynez" the Scotsman, that Argyll and Atholl have gathered their forces: and it is said that the Queen has warned the gentlemen of Angus and "the Merns" to assist Atholl. Then must the Duke concur with Argyll; so Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sandleford

    January 1889 , when under his will the estate passed to his nephew Alpin Macgregor, youngest son of Sir John Atholl Macgregor, bart., and Mary Charlotte his wife, sister of the second Mrs. Chatteris . Mr. Alpin Macgregor never lived

    Freemasonry

    the Grand Lodge of England , and the ' Atholl ' Lodges , so called because they gave their allegiance to a Grand Lodge formed in 1751 under the Duke of Atholl . This state of affairs was not satisfactory,

    List of plates

    Y 1/1/10 . 51 Parke 's Court, off Love Street , 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 26. 52 Atholl Place, off Crook Street , 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 6. 53 East side of St. Werburgh

    Kennett Manor and other estates

    estates had been given in 1307 . 57 In 1326, however, it was assigned to David of Strabolgi, earl of Atholl , and Joan his wife, kinswoman and coheir of Aymer de Valence, but in 1327 passed to their son,

    Isleham Manors Isleham Hall in Early 18th Century

    Isleham to endow his long dead middle son Sir Thomas 's son, Sir Henry Percy , called 'of Atholl '. 28 Atholl , who died, leaving only daughters, in 1432 , had in 1431 been obliged by his cousin Henry

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, John (1729-74), of Strowan, Perth.

    his commission.[footnote] Atholl, failing sons of his own, had long regarded Murray as eventual heir to the dukedom, and planned a marriage between him and his daughter.[footnote] When, by Lord George’s attainder, Murray’s rights of inheritance became doubtful, Atholl sought

    MURRAY, Lord James (1663-1719), of Dowally, Dunkeld, Perth.

    Edinburgh 1696; commr. justiciary for Highlands [S] 1697; dep. bailie, regality of Atholl 1700. Biography The slender provision made for his younger sons by the 1st Marquess of Atholl seems to have been satisfactorily augmented in Murray’s case by a

    MURRAY, Lord John (1711-87), of Pitnacree, Perth and Bannercross, Yorks.

    among the Scots ‘not to be relied on at present, to be treated with’. Murray’s relations had deteriorated both with Atholl and Argyll, whose interference in regimental affairs he resented.[footnote] He did not accompany the 42nd to America in 1756,

    STEWART, Dougal (aft.1658-1712), of Blairhall, Longforgan, Perth.

    1709 the Whig administration had lost confidence in both Lords Bute and Atholl, and this may in turn have reflected on Stewart’s position. In April 1710 Stewart informed Atholl that he had been ‘so ill of late with rheumatic pains

    HALDANE, John (1660-1721), of Gleneagles, Perth.

    estates. To begin with, their patron was presumably the 1st Marquess of Atholl, hereditary sheriff of Perthshire. Haldane’s father, though remaining a Presbyterian, showed himself willing to oblige Atholl and the Court by taking the test in 1681, and was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nature were brougtt against John GrOssett Mltirherl, Esq. residing at No. 16 Sloane street, brotlser in-law to the DuLe of Atholl. He is a-venemolle and geuteel-looking sail, apparently about 65 years of age, wore poweder, and was dressed it a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    green. On Thursday, Henry Murray, Esq. youngest son of the late Lord George Murray, and nephew to the l)uke of Atholl, to Catherine Otway Cave, third daughter of the late floury Otway, Esq. of Stanford Hall, Leicestershire. On the 9th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lloyd, Mr Terry, Sir David BAird, William Stevenson, Esg. Earl of Buchan, Sir George Madden, Mr Thoutas Bewick, Sir James Atholl Wood, Archibald Fletcher, Esq. Dr Wollaston, John Reeves, Esq. Lord Harris, Mr Baron Hullock, William Thomas Fitzgerald, Esq. Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Landseer, R.A. THE ART of DEER-STALKING; illistrated by Aou Narrative nf a fre days' Sport in the Fnrest of Atholl, witlh some Account of the Natmee and Haknits of the Deer, and a short Description ef the Scotch Forests, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ayrshire by a guard of honour, composed of a hundred stalwart youth, the flower of the upper district of Atholl, clad, of course, in the ancient costume of their sires ! A FRIENDLY PuFF.-v- r Hammond, the new lessee Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    and generous Behaviour of* mine to Frazer gave him fome Encouragement, to renew his Requefts unto me about my Lord Atholl; which was the Occafion of my meeting feveral Times with him, till at length I was forced to tell Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1730, 19 March 1731

    " March." Ordered, That the faid Addrefs be prefented to His Majefty by the Lords with White Staves. Dutchcfs of Atholl to be put in to the Appeal of mas Frederick Efquire within Three Weeks, beingpeal read: And the Houfe Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1730, 19 March 1731

    pr^efentes fuerunt: PRAYERS. The joint and feveral Anfwer of James Duke ofFreder!ck Atholl and Jane Dutchefs of' Moll, to the Appeal of £TÄDutch. Thomas Frederick Efquire : of Atholl. Barker Epus. London. Epus. Dunelm. Epus. Bath & Well. Epus. Oxon. Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1733, 12 March 1734

    thereupon: Ld. Privy Seal. Ld. Steward. \> {*P-_"*• Ld. Chamberlain. J" £' Rofbefler. L. B. hitch. & D. Montagu. D. Atholl. Di Montrofe. D. Newcaflle. Cov. L. B. Chefier. L. B. Brijol. fi J). Greenwich. M. Tzveeddale. E. Wefimorland. E. Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1733, 18 March 1734

    C. P. S. Dux Devon, Senefcallus. Ordered, That Confideration of L. Prelident. L. PfiVy Seal. L. Steward. D. Montagu. D. Atholl. D. Kent. D. Greenwich. D. Bridge-water. M. Twecddale. M. Lothian. the faid Bill be committed to the the Lords Subscribers-only content

 

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