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  • * British History Online *

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    LXVI , Letters of the Regent regarding assizes and inquests (1576)

    crimes done in the City or three miles outwith the same. Dalkeith, 1 April 1576. Rex. We, and oure richt traist cousing James erll of Mortoun lord of Dalkeith, Regent to ws, oure realme and liegis, vnderstanding that diuers of

    LXXIII, Letter of James VI confirming LXXII

    the grant of the customs of the trone, conveyed in No. LXXIII, notwithstanding all acts and statutes to the contrary. Dalkeith, 17 June 1581. James, be the grace of God, King of Scottis, To all and syndrie oure liegis and

    LXIV, Ratification by James VI of LXIII

    The Quhilk Day, oure Souerane Lord, with avise and consent of his richt traist cousing. James erle of Mortoune lord Dalkeith, regent to his Hienes his realme and liegis, the thre estates and haill body of this present parliament, for

    Extracts from the Records, 1575, Jan-Mar

    the cause of the bulzeoun, ordanis maister Michaell Chesholme, maister Johnn Prestoun, and David Kynloche, to ryde the morne to Dalkeith, and schaw his Grace that thay can nocht enter in communyng with the said Sir James, in respect of

    Extracts from the Records, 1582, Apr-June

    in the townis effairis anent the banketting of the Duik of Gwis seruandis. 15 June 1582. Precept, thesaurer, Landellys, provest, Dalkeith. Ordanis Jhone Robertsoun, thesaurer, to pay to Andro Landellis, mylne wricht in Markinche, the sowm of thre pund for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y bregeth ic hon ar y mater fod yn wasanaethgar ir samcan hwn. E Mae y Parch. Fergus Ferguson, Dalkeith, Scot- a; lard, yr hwn beth amser yn ol a dynodd ystorm o c: ymasadiadan oddiwrth bapyrau Scotland am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scotland,, yn gweithio yn galed ac egniol yn y rhag-barotoadi. I ryfelgyreh etholiadol Midlothian-dosbarth ag-.ypen- derfyna geisio.ei chynrychiolaeth oddiar dy Dalkeith. I Yn yr amser byr hwn, addefir ar bob ilw iddo wneyo gwaith mawr, edrycher ar ei areitbian yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3A ymoe o'd-i asr 'n o' ledd: m a n cadari ybla Ge'a l, -a theimlid os6Ilwyddai MrlGladstolle 1orchfygu Isrll Dalkeith y jiby'ddai i ,goreoh i 6io s hoii Sootland.& X Mae ein ddrllenwpr)l hypby mod anrbydeddl j y~r. jnmliddwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S yr C. Balfour, R" ...` 1037 D. Sinclair, C ... 500 xI6LOTmA.-(L) Anthyd. W. E. Gladstone, L 1579 Argiwydd Dalkeith ' ... 1368 IWER.DDON.. 0:l 0 0 O , ~. . : .~~ 0 : 1 0 0 :00 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mark Stewart, diweddar ael d dros Fwrdeis- drefi Wigtown, yn ymgeisio aRm gynrychiolaeth Kirkcudbright, ac Arglwydd Eskdri 1, mab Iaill Dalkeith, ac wyr Due Buccleucb, am gynryth iolaetb Dunftieshire. Heblaw y rhai hyn, y mae amryw drefniaiauerall wedi eu gwneuthur Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 14th September 1842

    Place of writing Version Dalkeith Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 14 1st July 1842-31st December 1842 Volume Page Nos 131-[132] Featured Names Col: Bouverie Dss of Buccleuch Gen: Hemyss Ld John Ld John Scott Featured Places Dalkeith Hawthornden Rosslyn Scotland

    Friday 2nd September 1842

    September 1842 Dalkeith Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Slept soundly & quietly & much enjoyed the steady bed & quiet room after all the tossing. - We breakfasted at 9, & I tasted oatmeal porridge, which I thought very good,

    Sunday 4th September 1842

    1842 Dalkeith Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription After breakfast we walked to see the new garden which is being made & saw Mackintosh there, who was formerly gardener at Claremont. The view from there, of the town of Dalkeith is

    Sunday 7th August 1842

    , & we mean to set off D.V. on the 29th of this month, going from Woolwich by sea, to Dalkeith , remaining there till Sept: 5th, & then make a tour in the Highlands (where no Sovereign of England

    Wednesday 25th January 1843

    else, particularly these last 2 days, & since the sad accident occurred. The last time I saw him, was at Dalkeith . - We took another short walk in the afternoon. - Dear "Pussy" & Baby came down for their

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Francis, Lord Dalkeith (1721-50).

    SCOTT, Francis, Lord Dalkeith (1721-50). Constituency Dates Boroughbridge 22 Apr. 1746 1 Apr. 1750 Biography Returned by the Duke of Newcastle at a by-election in 1746, Dalkeith wrote to Henry Pelham on the eve of the dissolution of Parliament in

    MONTAGU SCOTT, Charles William Henry, Earl of Dalkeith (1772-1819).

    is too soon to go to the House of Lords’.[footnote] Instead, Dalkeith assisted Stopford’s election for Dumfries Burghs. He then visited Paris.Although he did not oppose the Addington ministry, Dalkeith was unimpressed by the peace of Amiens and remained attached

    HERON MAXWELL, Sir John Shaw Stewart, 4th Bt. (1772-1830), of Springkell, Dumfries.

    learning that Sir Charles was ineligible, he expressed his disappointment to his friend Lord Dalkeith that he was not the Duke of Buccleuch’s next choice, but Dalkeith protested that he had known nothing of Heron Maxwell’s ambition. He accepted this

    DON, Alexander (c.1779-1826), of Newton Don, Berwick.

    of it. Don was detained at Verdun after the resumption of war with France in 1803 and wrote to Lord Dalkeith, 6 July 1804, anxious about his ‘racing concerns’ at home. There was ‘a very good race course’ at Verdun,

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

    as an opponent of Argyll, he was considered by Pelham a very doubtful supporter of Administration, and reference to Lady Dalkeith, as representative of the Buccleuch interest, apparently confirmed the view that he would probably be in opposition.[footnote] But after

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Petersham

    1767 Baroness of Greenwich , who married first Francis Scott, Earl of Dalkeith , eldest son and heir apparent of Francis, second Duke of Buccleuch . Lord Dalkeith died in April 1750 , before his father, and at his wife's

    Index L - Z

    St . West, 158 Countess St ., 157 the Crescent, 153 Cross St ., 149, 156 Dale St ., 157 Dalkeith St., 160 Dark Lane, 153 Darwall St., 151 Deadman's Lane, see Hospital St. Denmark Rd., 152 the Ditch, 147

    Index A-K

    South , Ld., 120 n Dalby , Hugh de, 229 Dale Park , 370, 381 Dale Park Beck , 380 Dalkeith , earl of, 300, 350, 359, 396 Dallas , arms, 173 Dalling , Alice de, 57 n ; Will,


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