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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    73. -, Robert, petition, reward, 331. Keith , John, 1st Earl of Kintore, Knight Marshal of Scotland, 123. -, Lillas, royal bounty, 375. -, William, 2nd Earl of Kintore, Knight Marshal of Scotland, 123. Kells , Robert, Viscount Cholmondeley, 375.

    Index, K, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Seal. -, of Records. See Records. Keith , Alexander, 203, 354. -, Hugh, 402, 522. -, John, 3rd Earl of Kintore, 23, 122, 164, 171, 184, 191, 313, 327, 337, 347, 475, 487, 497, 509, 638, 652, 662, 672. -,

    William III, March 1702, 01 March 1702-31 March 1702

    Edinburgh, which pertained to William Kintore, advocate, and are now in the king's hands, through his decease without heirs. "These also contain your Majesty's presentation" of Willm. Stirling as come in place of Will. Kintore, vassal, to the magistrates of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, I, J, K, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    (?) Kinmundie Kinnaird , Lord Kinnersley Kinnion , Lieut. Kinnoul , William, Earl of Kinross Kinsale Kinton , Capt. John Kintore , John, Earl of Kippen Kirby , Mr. Col. Roger Kirk , , ( see Kirke). Kirkcudbright cocquet seal Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 05 January 1690-31 December 1695

    Fort collector at, letter from dearth of provisions at French prisoners in garrison at harbour Old Head of surrender of Kintore , Earl of Kirby , Mr. Kirke (Kyrke), Colonel Thomas Kirkwall provost of Kitson , James Kleb , John Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SKENE, George (1749-1825), of Skene, Aberdeen and Careston, Forfar.

    a serious bid to re-enter the House.[footnote] The circumstances of his candidature for Elgin Burghs, where the 6th Earl of Kintore had the nomination in 1806, caused controversy at the time and are far from clear. He later claimed that

    DUFF, James, 4th Earl Fife [I] (1776-1857), of Duff House, Banff.

    tried early in the year to secure for him Lord Kintore’s interest in Elgin Burghs for the next election, but Kintore would have no truck with a connexion of Fife. Fife later proposed to Skene that Duff should stand for

    BRODIE, Alexander (1748-1818), of Arnhall and The Burn, Kincardine.

    Lord Kintore. He regarded the seat as ‘temporary accommodation’, which he was ready to surrender whenever Dundas wished, but no changes were made in the 1790 Parliament and in 1796 he was again returned for the burghs by Kintore, at

    MILNE, Patrick (d.1820), of Crimonmogate, Aberdeen.

    6th Earl of Kintore in 1804; and Milne played a leading part in some electoral chicanery carried out on Kintore’s behalf in the Elgin burghs in 1807, which won the seat for Lord Melville’s recommended candidate. Although Kintore died three

    REID, Alexander (d. 1750), of Barra, Aberdeen.

    Dates Elgin Burghs 1710 1713 Ofifces Held Burgess, Kintore by 1710. Biography Reid was the son of a politically insignificant Aberdeenshire laird, but was connected via ties of kinship and patronage with the influential Court peer Lord Seafield, whose brother

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 April 1796, 7 April 1796

    Veneris, 8°Aprilis 1796. " Bridge over the fame, (adjacent to the Royal Burgh. " of Inverurie), in the Parifh of Kintore, all within the " County of Aberdeen, North Britain ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1796, 14 April 1796

    South End of the Bridge over the fame, (adjacent, to " the Royal Burgh of Inverurie) in the Parim of Kintore, " all within the County of Aberdeen, North Britain." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fluall ars?" Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1796, 26 April 1796

    End of the Bridge over the " fame, (adjacent to the Royal Burgh of Inverurie'), in " the Parifh of Kintore, all within the County of Aber- " detn, North Britain" " An Aft to amend an Aft of ÜO Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1796, 26 April 1796

    End of the Bridge over the fame " (adjacent to the Royal Burgh of Inverurie), in the " Parifli of Kintore, all within the County of Aberdeen, " North Britain." 18. " An Ad to amend an Ad of the Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1799, 23 April 1799

    his exprefs Defire." Q. " Did he follow you there ?" A. " We were at his Father's Houfe at Kintore; had " pofted down with the utmoft Rapidity, in order to bg- " turn as expeditioufly as poffible, to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B niringhan i ystyr~ied ydiwygiadan sydd yu angebdioI yn Nhy yr Arglwyddi. fYr aedd *nifer 0 aeladan seneddol, a'i Iarll Kintore, yn bresenol. Cynygiai Mr. Dixan "fod yr egwydd- or a ddeddfwriaeth- etifeddiaethol yn ;un an- noeth, ,yn gymaint ag; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn efrydu I y Bibl am y waith gyntaf gael ei sijrhau gan y Feibl a Gyrndeithas. IYr Aurhydeddus Iarll Kintore oedd i draddodi y I cyfarchiad ir gweithwyr yn yr Agricultural Hall, Is- E lington, y Sul diweddaf Peth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fiaradwyr at weddillioll hen gastell ardderch- og Strathbogie, "c yr oedd yr olygla wedi ei gorchuddio e choed. Yranrhydeddus laril Kintore oeda yn Ilyw. yddu. Ar yr esgynlawr yr oedd amryw o fawrion y tir, ynghyd a hliaws o weinidogion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0: Iarll Kintore oedd yn traddodi cyfarchiad i'r gweith- rb wyr yn yr Agricultural Hall y Sabbath diweddaf. hj Dywedir fod ymidrech egniol yn cael ei ddwyn i wi weithrediad y dyddiau yma yn Birmingham gan Gym- go deithas Brotestanaidd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd yn dra - phoblogaidd, fc oedd efengylaidd a chenhadol yn ei elfenau. Dydd es Mercher, y cadeirydd ydoedd Iarll Kintore. 1- mater n ydeoedd, " Cariad." Dydd Iau oedd yr olaf; y eadeir- rl ydd,,Arglwydd Radstoek; av yn y Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport

    the Old Berkshire and South Oxfordshire hunts, but at a later date handed over the Old Berkshire country to Lord Kintore , the hardest rider of his day. The question of dividing so large a tract of country appears to

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 11th February 1845

    even faster than we went, & the air was intensely cold. Our 2 dear ponies " Keith " & " Kintore " went so well. We came home after 4. - Wrote & read, & we played. - Ld Breadalbane

 

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