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  • * British History Online * *

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    of, 740, 1297, 1313, 1433, 1639, 1643, 1734, 1845, 1892, 2008, 2049, 2066, 2157, 2181. -, siege of, 963, 1017. Glenbervie , 1204. Glencairn , Earl of, 701, 870, 871, 876, 960, 1613, 1707. Glendaruel , 1923. Glover , Thomas,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1588, February

    licence, the law salbe execute against them to death, without any farther proces. [Nixt, That the Lairds of Fintrie, ] Glenbervie, ȝ ounger, and vthers excommunicat Papists, [as ] salbe gevin vp in bill, [salbe ] callit befor ȝ our

    Acts and Proceedings, 1567, July

    Patrick Lord Lindsay, Grahame, Lord Innermaith, Ochiltree, Sir James Balfour, James M'Gill, Tullibardin Comptroller, William Maitland, John Erskine, John Wischart, Glenbervie, John Cunighame of Drumquhassill, William Kirkadie, John Cathcart of Cariltown, William Moncreiff, Drumlangrick, Bargany, Andro Wood of Largo, Andro

    Elizabeth, March 1578, 01 March 1578-31 March 1578

    auchtene zeirs and gevin up be the honorable George Douglas of Parkheid, Captane of the said Castell, Williame Douglas of Glenbervie and George Auchinleck of Balmarino commissionaris to ane rycht noble and mychty Lord James Erll of Mortoun Lord of Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1587, June

    Earles of Huntle and Sutherland, the Lord Hume, the Lord Gray, the Lord Heries, the Laird of Fintrie, and young Glenbervie. C. ] Sessio 16 a . It is concludit that all Pastours of quhatsoevir sort they be, salbe subject

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 April 1738, 13 April 1738

    An. Act to enable Douglas to " William Douglas, Eldeft lawful Son to Sir Robert foe, &c " Douglas of Glenbervie Baronet, to fue, or maintain any " Action or Suit, notwithstanding his Attainder; and to " remove any Difability Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1738, 14 April 1738

    Billa, intituled, "An A^Slhfed? " to enable William Douglas, Eldeft lawful Son to Sir ing his Attain Robert Douglas of Glenbervie Baronet, to fue, ordei> Blll> maintain any Action or Suit, notwithftancling his " Attainder; and to remove any Difability Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1738, 19 April 1738

    whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable "William Douglas, Eldeft lawful Son to Sir Robert " Douglas of Glenbervie Baronet, to fue or main- " tain any Action or Suit, notwithstanding his Attain¬ der; and to remove any Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1738, 20 April 1738

    Dominis fie decernentibus. &nd"nThris" « enable William Douglas, _ Eldeft lawful Son to Sir Ro- Attainder, Bill: bert Douglas of Glenbervie Baronet, to fue, or maintain " any Aftion or Suit, notwithftanding his Attainder; " and to remove any Difability Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1738, 20 May 1738

    or come to him." "52. An Aft to enable William Douglas, Eldeft law¬ ful Son to Sir Robert Douglas of Glenbervie Baronet, to, fue, or maintain any Aftion or Suit, notwithstanding his Attainder, and to remove any Difability in, hino, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to thie sitiation which hie had formerly filled. Fouatur WITNEqc. .erd Glenbervie was 'text sworn. He deposed in inbstance, thui he met tile Qaaeen at Genoa ; Lady Glenbervie vnoluteered Jo Hci ,i Lady of iiedchiamber until the arrival of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thiat Beranmi tI ' [ e the I PttaorheihaiHe at'Genoa, which was proved false hhnitn-n0 Uni' . Hlownarn, satil Lord Glenbervie. His titlel it chx ( 'te Brotiglia m) %vat; quite right in dw vlliuez 'wet el A rieci-ori T)ey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Craven, thley were onily members of the suite oflie Princess, and never attended her in private. Lords Landaff and Glenbervie, and Mr. MiNls, uere only occasional' ',isitors. But why were not Lady Elizabstit Forbes', and Lady Clharlotte Campbell called, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Purpole Mie; The Gentlemen of the Press, a New Song;. High Birth, or Moore, ogg, A. Cuoilghatn, Jeffirey, Lard Glenbervie, Thelwall, &c. " My WED- DING NIGHT" the obnoxious chapter in Lord Byron's MS. Memaoirs; Rhtym- ing Review, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the title ofGlenbervie, Sheddar, was told of it at a card-table. a What's his title I" said he. i' Glenbervie," replied his informant. . On which old Sherry wrote instanter the following:- " Glenbervie-Glenbervie- What's good for the scurvy Subscribers-only content

 

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