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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUTHERFURD, John (?1748-1834), of Edgerstone, Roxburgh.

    Buccleuch, 16 Feb. 1796, that although his windfall enabled him to consider becoming county Member in place of Douglas, he preferred Douglas’s continuing or the adoption of another candidate to coming in himself or swallowing Sir Gilbert Elliot’s return.[footnote]

    RIDDELL, Sir John Buchanan, 9th Bt. (c.1768-1819), of Riddell, Roxburgh.

    3rd Duke of Buccleuch might bring him in for Selkirkshire. He was perhaps encouraged by a bait held out to him by John Rutherfurd* who, in exchange for Riddell’s support in Roxburgh, hinted that he might induce Buccleuch to return

    GARTHSHORE, William (1764-1806), of 19 Manchester Square, Mdx.

    the best company.He was originally intended for diplomacy but in 1790, on Jackson’s recommendation, was engaged by the Duke of Buccleuch as tutor to his heir during his tour of northern Europe, ‘well qualified for such an employment by his

    DICKSON, William (1748-1815), of Kilbucho, Peebles.

    sitting Member, Lord Stopford. News reached Buccleuch that ‘a noble duke’s promise for some easy government’ for Dickson, who wished to sell out of the army, would do the trick. In the event, Buccleuch decided to back Dickson, who was

    SCOTT, Walter (1724-93), of Harden, Roxburgh and Mertoun, Berwicks.

    Apr. 1765; trustee for fisheries and manufactures in Scotland, Nov. 1769. Biography The representative of a senior branch of the Buccleuch family, Scott was returned for his county in 1747 with the backing of the Marquess of Lothian, who supported

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Louth, Norreys, Huntingtower, N Nigel Kennedy, Gilbert' Kennedy, Henry 0a Kerr, Charles Thyme, gyda phendefigesau ei megis, Ducesau Leeds, Norfolk, 'Buccleuch, 'I Ducesau "gwaddolog Argyll, Argiwyddesa vl gwaddolog Londonderry, Ardalyddes''Queens- U: bury, Ardalyddes waddolog Lothian, Iarlles el waddolog Clare, Arglwyddes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    penydiol, a 30 o wialenodiau am geisio ysbeilio a llofruddio _ Clarence Lewis, tra yn ngberbyd y reilffordd. Gwnaeth Duc Buccleuch apel at Geidwadwyr Scotland am 30,OOOp. er cychwyn newyddiadur gyda'r amcan o droi pob dyn yn y wlad hono Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Albro', of the cholera rorbus, the wife of oha Tempest, Esq. only survivinbg sister ef the late Dune of Buccleuch. On the 9th inst. at Ntorth Terrace, Camberwell, in his 70th year, very sad-' denly, Mr James Fraser. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penshurst, near Tunbridge wells, William Turner, Esq. aged 61. - QUAt Rihnrd, On the 2iot inst. Eizabeth, Duchess Dowager of Buccleuch and Qasenobury, in the 85th year of her age. At Camberweli, Mr Joseph Harrison ofLodsCofrHue Sie dm' ie Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ithe [receipt of 2761. for no services known to any one. He is uncle, we believe,. of the Duke. of Buccleuch, who has the merit of possessing the largest - estate in land in the island, an estate yielding considerably Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Table of contents, 11 June 1735

    Bill Dunchurch inclosure bill, not read Act HL la 13 Feb 1729/30 Calvert estate Act HL la 24 March 1729/30 Buccleuch estate Act HL la 17 Feb 1729/30 Jenyns divorce Bill 3 Geo II pr.c.20 Jervoise estate Act la HL Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1695, 14 March 1696

    Billa, intituled, " An Aft for I? mc}e&. $ " the empowering the mod Noble Anne Dutchefs df^iil!, ,' " Buccleuch, and the Right Honourable James Earl of " Ddlkeith her Son, of the Kingdom of Scotland, to " grant Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1695, 16 March 1696

    and that no more Wood or Timber be cut down until after the faid He-hearing. " Noble Anne Dutchefs of Buccleuch, and the Right " Honourable James Earl of Dalkeith her Son, of the " Kingdom of Scotland, to grant Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1729, 24 March 1730

    After reading, and confidering, the Report of the Leave fo*3fa Judges to whom the Petition of Anne Dutchefs of Blli: Buccleuch, and Francis Scott Efquire, commonly called Earl of Dalkeith, her Grandchild, was referred ; praying Leave to bring in Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1729, 24 March 1730

    " Aft are direfted." Hodie 2a vice lebla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft tODutcfiefeof '" empower Anne Dutchefs of Buccleuch and thofe in Re-Bucci " mainder after her to let Leafes of fuch Part of their Bl1 *' Eftate, Subscribers-only content


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