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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ffyrdd a deithiai i ysgerbydau Mesurau Tir Iwerddon a ys- tyriai ef aeddynt yn gorchuddio llawr Tyy Cyffiredin. Arglwydd Elcho, wrth ddechreu siarad ar y mater, a feirnsedai areeth Mr. Horsmany naswaith o'r blaen, yr ban a ddarlumiai fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y SENEDD. (Parhad o tudal 7). T YR ARGLWYDWDI, DyddGwener,-Cyarfyddodd y Ty amn btump o'r gloch. - Gosudodd larll..de Grey fesur grbwrtd er gwella y.gyfrrith o berthyias i.'r, 'alwewdigaeth feddygol Credai y byidai i egwyddorio ymesur gael derbynaiad parod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parabl Air. Bernal Osborne i iyny, ac'wrth wneyd hyny. cyf- I eiriddd 1men ffordd yn tueddu iIod ynbigog at Lord Elcho. Gwell fuasai iddo dewi na rhoi cy'e' i hv nw i'w -geryddu fel y gwDaetb, trwy ddaDgos yr anweddeidd-dra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ih hwn ddymchwelyd trefn perthynasau teuluaidd, aa yn lie dyrchafu benywod bydai iddo eu darostwng. . -FBihwyd y cynygiadgan Arglwydd Elcho. Pleidid 'Bi y mesur gan SyrNR. Austruther. Gwahaniaethai ef; pI lawer. oddiwrth ei gyfaifl aurhydedcdus. Nid oedd ie. dim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rIdstone 0ias gail0ai- am y gwylia, nes'y byddai:mesurr We eath w'e'di' pasio trwy byllgor. TY CY MrasnI, Dydd'wener.-Eisteddiad Boreool.-Gofhodd Arglwydd Elcho pa beth oedd G bwriad y Llywodraeth gyda golwg ar arweinyddion n *y gwrthryfel yn fraine pe digwyddent ddyfod Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bredon

    her sister Susan wife of Francis Charteris Lord Elcho . 141 Francisson of Susan was created Lord Wemyss in 1821 and became Earl of Wemyss , Lord Wemyss of Elcho and Lord Elcho and Methel in 1826 by the reversal

    Index A - Z

    Edwardstow , see Stow-on-the-Wold Edwin (fl. 1066), 19 Edwold , St., 159 Egbert , King of the West Saxons, 35 Elcho , Lady, see Tracy, Susan Elfrid (fl. 1066-86 ), 244 Elizabeth I , 122, 192 Ellenborough , Earl of,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Historical preface, 1642-44

    operate at once against Elcho, and marching through Glen Almond, where he was joined by 500 men, he hurried on to Perth. But at Tippermuir, four miles west of that city, he was confronted by Elcho, on Sunday, 1st September,

    Index, E, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    (5th July 1562), 637. Eglinton , Countess of: her ground of divorce, is wished for Cassillis (23rd Dec. 1560), 499. [Elcho ? ] nunnery : burned, nuns and their school children brought away (29th Dec.), 56. Elder , one: brings Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    in Tay as elsewhere, his views, & c., 53, 54; to Grey of Wilton with requisites, & c., 55; burns [Elcho ] , nunnery (29th), 56; to Somerset, of his captures, & c. (12th Jan. 1547 8), 60; meets Argyll Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 393, June 15-30, 1638, 15 June 1638-30 June 1638

    remains here of the nobility Rothes, Montrose, Eglintoun, Hume, Dalhousie, Weemys, Lyndsay, Boyd, Sinclair, Yester, Cranstoun, Montgomery, Fleming, Frissell, Forester, Elcho, Almond, Balcarres, Carnegy, Drumlanrig, Burley, Balmerinoch, Couper. [Besides these names there are added in the margin, "Cassilis, Lothian, Loudon, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Dr., Second Physician, Scotland, 468. Elbridge , , Customs collector of Bristol, 370. -, John, Deputy Comptroller of Bristol, 456. Elcho , co. Perth, blench duty of, 60. Elector Palatine . See Palatinate. Elgin , county of, sheriff of, rents

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHARTERIS, Francis (1749-1808), of Amisfield, Haddington and Hornby, Lancs.

    and Westmorland, and by family agreements consequent upon the attainder in 1746 of the Jacobite Lord Elcho, Lord Wemyss’s heir, obtained possession of the Elcho estates in Fife. He succeeded John Maitland in Haddington Burghs in February 1780 and consistently

    WEMYSS, Hon. James (1726-86), of Wemyss, Fife.

    1768 1784 Ofifces Held Midshipman R.N. 1741; lt. 1745; ret. 1757. Biography Wemyss’s eldest brother, Lord Elcho, served in the Jacobite army during the ’45 and was attainted. In 1750 a new entail was drawn up under which Francis, the

    CLINTON, Henry (1771-1829), of York Street, Portman Square, Mdx.

    for three years. He served at Austerlitz and in Sicily.[footnote]In 1807 Clinton was his father-in-law’s unsuccessful candidate for Haddington Burghs (Elcho had been planning this for two years).[footnote] Early in 1808 he joined his brother as the 4th Duke of

    ROSS, Horatio (1801-1886), of Rossie Castle, nr. Montrose, Forfar.

    again to public notice in 1862 as the captain of the Scottish rifle-shooting team which competed against England for the Elcho shield; he continued to shoot with great skill well into his old age. He died at his shooting lodge

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1811, 21 January 1811

    Mrs. Sufan Charteris, " Mrs. Katherine Charteris, and Mifs Augufia Charteris, " Daughters of the deceafed Francis Charteris Lord " Elcho ; and Lord Grey, Hufband of the faid *' Charlotte Charteris, Brigadier General Henry Clinton, " Hufband of the Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1818, 1 May 1818

    Shaftesbury presented to the House a Lady Elcho Bill, intituled, « An Act to enable The Right Ho- £ J^? *e " nourable Susan Charteris, commonly called Dowa- Tracy> m " ger Lady Elcho, to take and use the Surname Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1826, 27 April 1826

    thereunto Sl/bscribed Baron Wemyss and others from the Effects of the " Attainder of David Wemyss commonly called Lord " Elcho ;" and for the Lords to be summoned ; Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Gravesend: Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1826, 5 May 1826

    " Francis Baron Wemyss and others from the Effects of " the Attainder of David Wemyss, commonly called Lord " Elcho ;" and to acquaint this House, That they have agreed to the same, without any Amendment. A Message was Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    to take and use the surname and arms of Baker; From the Lords, lxxiv. 294. Read, 295. r. a. 459.———5. Elcho, Dowager Lady; To take and use the surname and arms of Tracy; From the Lords, lxxiii. 334. Read 337. Subscribers-only content

 

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