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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 January 1708, 17 January 1709

    E. Seafield " E. Stair " E. Rofeberie « E - " E. " vifc. " L. Rofs' " L. Balmerino " L. Blantire " L. Belhaven " M. Tivedel " L. Selkirk " E* Kilmarnock " E. Haddington. 53- Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1710, 27 November 1710

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords, Then he came tö the Table, and took the Oaths, and made and fubfcribed the Declaration, and alfo took and fubfcribed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant to the Statutes. The Lord Keeper delivered Subscribers-only content

    28 November 1710, 28 November 1710

    Craven. Ds. Offulßone. Ds. Guilford. Ds. Afliburnhani. Ds. Weflon. Ds. Halifax. Ds. Gernfey. Ds. Conway. Ds. Hervey, Ds. Cowper. Ds. Balmerino. Ds. Blantyre. 1C " We have no more to add, but that we fhall care¬ fully endeavour, in all Subscribers-only content

    11 December 1710, 11 December 1710

    Cornwallis. Ds. Craven. Ds. Ojborne. Ds. Offuljhne. Ds. Guilford. Ds. Haverjham. Ds. Gernfey. Ds. Conway. Ds. Hervey. Ds. Cowper. Ds. Balmerino. Ds. Blanhre. Ds. Cuftos Magni Sigilli. Comes Rochcßer, Prcefes. Dux Shrewfbury, Ca- merarius. Dux Richmond. Dux Beaufort. Dux Bedford. Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1710, 18 December 1710

    Lords. A. i 710. 9 Ds. Balmerino. Ds. Blantyre. Lords take the Oaths. Comes Dorfet £f? Midd'x. Comes Bridgewater. Comes Leiceßer. Comes Northampton. Comes Denbigh. Comes Weßmorland. Comes Berkfiiire. Comes Rivers. Comes Peterborow. Comes Stamford. Comes Winchilfea. Comes Thanet. Comes Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lawyer by wbomo the quibble had been started, as a valid instrument. NON -CHALANcE.-When the death-warrant came down to Lord Balmerino, lie was at dinner, and his lady fainted. He said, " Lieutenant, with your danmn'd warrant, you have spoiled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if hie were not inz- peached, and his head cut olf, for what he 7oad done in Irelaud, then Derwentwater, Balmerino, Kilmarnock, and another individual, an ancestor of a noble earl who sat opposite, and who had meddled a little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    realiped twelve pounds a day. " As lie approached the Toserhesaw the scaffold erected for the execution of Kilmarnock and Balmerino, and, reads ing there his own fate, treated his attendants with a ,trait of reflections on the strange vicissitudes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of F7odden Field, and near the tomb are buried the heedless bcadiea of two notable Jacobites-the Earls of Eilmarnock and Balmerino, and also Simon Fraser Lord Lovat (1747), all of whomn suffered for the share they took in the great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took un the running, and vwon very easily by two lengths; a head separated second and third. Trapezoid was fourth, Balmerino fifth, Miss Anderson, Con- way, and Glide next, the last pair being Freebody an4 Tabret.-Tbe winner was bought in Subscribers-only content


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