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  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda

    Herbert. " 490, line 1, for Beauvan read Beauvau. " 497, line 6 from end, after expect." insert (Printed in Dalrymple, Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. II, Appendix, part i, p . 52.) " 547, line 5 from Subscribers-only content

    James II - volume 2, May 1687, 01 May 1687-31 May 1687

    17 Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit. p . 164. Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit. pp . 190 1. Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit. p . 182. Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit. p . 191. Printed in Dalrymple op. cit. p Subscribers-only content

    James II - volume 3, May 1688, 01 May 1688-31 May 1688

    in Dalrymple, op. cit., p . 290. Ibid., pp . 225 6. Printed in Calendar of Treasury Books , 1685 1689, Vol. VIII, Par t IV, p . 194. Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit., p . 225. Printed in Dalrymple, Subscribers-only content

    James II - volume 3, July 1688, 01 July 1688-31 July 1688

    printed in Dalrymple, op. cit., pp . 233 4. Printed in Dalrymple, op. cit., pp . 210 1. Printed in Calendar of Treasury Books , 1685 1689, Vol. VIII, Part IV, p . 1993. Ibid . Printed in Dalrymple, op. Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1744

    end The General Assembly to hereby nominate, commission, and appoint, the Rev. Mr John Adams, minister of the Gospel at Dalrymple, their Moderator, & c.; to be a committee, & c. (The terms of the Act are the same as

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALRYMPLE, Hon. Sir David, 1st Bt. (c.1665-1721), of Hailes, Haddington.

    in alarm that Dalrymple had come into possession of a pirated copy of his manuscript memoirs. Dark threats were made by Dalrymple that Lockhart faced compound actions for scandalum magnatum, which might reach a total of £30,000. Dalrymple arranged for

    DALRYMPLE, Hon. William (1678-1744), of Glenmuir, Ayr.

    fell out of favour. Dalrymple voted a straight Court line over the Union, with few absences, thereby earning a place on the Equivalent commission and a seat in the first Parliament of Great Britain.[footnote]In the Commons, Dalrymple presented papers to

    DALRYMPLE, John (1780-1835), of North Berwick, Haddington.

    credit with Lord Grenville for this and, after Dalrymple had transferred his professional duties from the West to the East Indies, made it his ground for an application for his promotion.[footnote] Dalrymple later obtained a command at Madras and died

    DALRYMPLE, Sir Hew, 2nd Bt. (1712-90), of North Berwick, Haddington.

    was at feud with Milton who demanded that under their agreement Dalrymple should give up the county to Fletcher in 1761 and ‘take his turn’ of the burghs. Dalrymple, unwilling to admit the obligation, appealed for support to Newcastle who,

    DALRYMPLE, Hew (1746-1800), of North Berwick, Haddington.

    Excise in Scotland 1786- d. Biography In 1779 Dalrymple joined the new regiment raised by Bute’s son, James Stuart. Stuart’s wife Margaret wrote on 27 Feb. 1780 to James Boswell:[footnote]Capt. Hugh Dalrymple has a temper, heart, and manner really amiable.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fyddo'th enioes Ac oes bir, hir o hedd duwioloes i'w diwedd. Ar y 6ed cyfisol, pried Mr. John Roberts, 58, Dalrymple st., Scotland Road, Liverpool, ar fab. Ar yr Sfed cyfisol, priod Mr. T. Matthews, Pantidda, ar fab. PRIODASAUT. Asr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f i'w cadw yno hyd nes y ceid tystiolaeth y meddyg en bod wedi gwellau o'u hafiechyd, oblegid tybia Mr. Dalrymple, yr hwn ei hun sydd hen feddyg, ond wedi yroneillduo o'r swydd, fod meddwdod parhaus yn a4fechyd neillduol, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 'onfyddid cifeith. , fan rhagorol yn dilyn. D ywyd y niater odeeu y ,Sen. . eddyn ddiweddar, gan 1/1r. Dalrymple, a chyfiwynwyd cofebi'r.unperwyl odd-iwrth, fiddygon Edihnbnrgh mae-y peth wed- oaea gwneyd prawf arno, a wedi' profi ei hunau yneffeithioL. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un meddwl. Y mae Syr John a Syr James yn berthynasau hefyd, gan fod y ddau wedi hanu o deulu Dalrymple, laril Stair, ac y mae gwraig y nail1 yu chwaer i fam. y Hail. Y mae Syr John Hay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o gyfyngu y naill ffordd neu y llall ar y fasnach feddwol. Fe benodwyd pwyllgormewn cysylltiad ag uno'r mesuran hyn,yreiddaDr. Dalrymple ar yr 'Habitual Drunkards,' gerbron yr hwn y rhodd- wyd lliaws mawr o dystiolaethau o'r pwysigrwydd mwy- af gyda Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1706, 28 January 1707

    S. Mar, S. Loudoun, S. Sutherland. Morton. Wemyss. Leven. Starr. ROSEBERIE. Glasgow. Arch. Campbell. DuPPLIN. ROSSE. Hen. Dalrymple. Ad. Cokburne. F. MONTGOMERIE. David Dalrymple. Patt. Johnston. Ja. Smollett. W. Morrison. Alexander Grantt. W. Seton. John Clerke. Dan. Steuart. Daniel Campbell. Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1719, 14 April 1719

    the Laws appointing the Oaths for A Meffage from the Houfe of Commons, by Sir Da- turn the Bill v'id Dalrymple and others: for Minifters in Scotland to take the Oaths. ft Security of the Government to be taken by Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1721, 26 May 1721

    Ds. Romney. Ds. Newburgh. Ds. Pazvlet Baf* toff. PRAYERS. A Meffage from the Houfe of Commons, by Sir jDfl-Je'U)lirs'1' vid Dalrymple and others: ' gjg1 oa Beel* With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for laying a Duty " of Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1738, 12 March 1739

    at Home." Whereupon he was ordered to attend the The feveral and feparate Anfwef of Sir Hew Hamilton, Home/ otherwife Dalrymple, Baronet, One of the Refpondems „ Committee this Day, and bring the laid Copy with to the Appeal oi'Mary Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1739, 27 March 1739

    Lord Bargeny, and that " therefore he ought to be ferved Heir of Talzie pre- " ferable to Sir Hew Dalrymple and Mils Mary Buchan" be, and the fame is hereby, reverfed : And it is further Ordered and Adjudged, Subscribers-only content

 

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