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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1708

    the Right Reverend Messrs William Carstares, Moderator, George Meldrum, George Hamilton, William Wishart, John Stirling, James Ramsay at Kelso, James Haddo, John Bonar, John Moncrief, Thomas Wilkie in Canongate, William Mitchel there, Neil M'Vicar, John Anderson at St Andrews, George

    Warrant Book, October 1712,11-20, 01 October 1712-31 October 1712

    Aberdeen as follows for half a year from 25 March 1712 to 29 Sept. University of St. Andrew's . James Haddo, Principal of New College, at 18 l . per an. 9 0 0 Thomas Halliburton, Professor of Divinity in

    Warrant Books, July 1714, 26-30, 26 July 1714-30 July 1714

    to same to pay (out of the abovesaid 5,040 l .) 1,000 l . to William Gordon commonly called Lord Haddo, son and heir apparent to George, Earl of Aberdeen, who by a commission dated 1711 November was constituted with

    General Index, G, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    crime to Alexander, of Earlston, commission to (to Scots churches) Sir George of Haddo, third bart., afterwards first Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount Frumertin (Formartine) and Lord Haddo, Methlick, Tarves and Kellie, Lord President of Session, President of College of Justice, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1682, 01 May 1682-31 May 1682

    of Haddo, President of the Session, to be High Chancellor of Scotland, during pleasure. [2 pages. S.P. Scotland, Warrant Book 7, p . 115. ] May 1. Windsor Castle. Warrant for a gift to Sir George Gordon of Haddo, High Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exclusive dealing. The young Earl of Longford, Lord Haddo,. the Honourable Philip Savile, Mr Algernon Wodehouse, Mr Thomas Charl. ton, and a Mr Crookendon, are the originators of this club.-Chronicle. -Lord Haddo has since contradicted the statement that he is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brigands, and every day brings in fresh reports of people stopped on the roads, aud of vil- lages plundered; Lord Haddo, who was travelling in the Morea, very nearly escaped being plundered ; all the councillors of state tell the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Rector of the University and Kings College of Aberdeen, visited that ancieit seat of learning. His Lordship arrived from Haddo I-louse abont half-past eleven o'clock forenoon. I-le svas received with all due distinction by the Principal and Professors, admitted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ijeith Hay, being anti. cipated, requisitions have been got up by the Conserva- tives, in favour of Mr Duff, of Haddo. It is reported that a canvass is going on in Peterhead, &e., on the Liberal side, for Lord Kilmarnock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROTI TIIE LONDON GAZETTES. Tueesdao. Dececiber 29. WA.Rt-OFFICE, December 29. Ist Regiment of Life Goarlds-[ieut. the lion. W. II. S. Cotton to be Capt. by ps-chasc, vice Andertos, wsleoletiles; Cornet and Srll- Lieut. Ii. W. Itoulton to be Liet. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORDON, William, Lord Haddo (1679-1745).

    ruled against Haddo. This precedent was applied to all similar cases, a gesture which, in the opinion of the Squadrone supporter, Lord Yester, would help to ‘reconcile the barons and commons . . . to the Union’.[footnote]Through Carstares, Haddo let

    GORDON, Hon. William (1784-1858).

    six when his father, Lord Haddo, heir of the lascivious 3rd earl of Aberdeen, whose determination to provide for his several bastards created considerable problems for his legitimate successors, died suddenly in October 1791.[footnote] Lady Haddo quarrelled with Aberdeen and

    SUTHERLAND, William, Lord Strathnaver (1683-1720).

    himself disqualified from sitting after a decision taken by the House on 3 Dec. 1708 in the case of Lord Haddo (William Gordon*) in Aberdeenshire, that the eldest sons of Scottish peers, not having been permitted to sit in the

    BURNETT, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (aft.1656-1714), of Crathes Castle and Leys, Kincardine.

    put himself forward as a candidate. He also boycotted the Aberdeenshire election, signing the petition against the return of Lord Haddo (William Gordon*) as the eldest son of a Scottish peer. More enthusiastic for a seat in 1710, he canvassed

    JOHNSTON (JOHNSTONE), James, Lord Johnston (c.1687-1730).

    he was deemed ineligible as the eldest son of a Scottish peer, following a ruling in the case of Lord Haddo (William Gordon*). This turn of events did nothing to improve relations between father and son, which had lately become

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 30th September 1854

    to Haddo . - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Balmoral Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 38 1st July 1854-31st December 1854 Volume Page Nos 131-133 Featured Names Ld Aberdeen Ld Raglan Featured Places Haddo

    Wednesday 9th October 1850

    the Queen with Clém, Hélène, & the 3 Princes had set off for Ostend. - Have heard from Mama, from Haddo , & Dalmahay . - The day fine & there had been no rain in the night. At 12

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1694, 31 March 1694

    AYE US. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. ~r\ I E Luna;, 20 Aprilis. A 1694. Nat.Bill: Hodie 3a vice lecla eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " naturalizing Johanna D'Offarrell an Infant, and her Arch. Ebor •« Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1733, 8 May 1733

    6 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 261 _i to that I i have agreed to it. Suffolk Road, repairing, Bill A Meffage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by former Meffengers: To acquaint them, that Subscribers-only content

    13 July 1820, 13 July 1820

    lt# to which their Lordships desire their Concurrence. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Imlay, Imlay Farmer in Haddo, in Aberdeenshire ; complaining of Five against Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the Mllne- 6th of Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1821, 28 February 1821

    Milne. ay it i. '. Elliot 3t POtt, on. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Imlay, Farmer in Haddo, Aberdeenshire, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Session in Scotland, of the First Division, of the 18th Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1821, 9 March 1821

    was also, The Answer of James Milne in Mains of Imlay against Esselmont, to the Appeal oi'John Imlay, Farmer in Haddo, Mllne- Aberdeenshire. Ordered, That the Cause wherein Jane Linwood, Widow Linwood et and Relict of John Linwood, and others, Subscribers-only content


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