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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume A 87, May 1653, 01 May 1653-31 May 1653

    said treasurers. [ page . ] Enclosing , 8. i. Parliament Order, that the sums received from Lords Lanerick and Lauderdale, not already disposed of by order, be paid to the Army treasurers, and by them to Sir Art. Hesilrigg, Subscribers-only content

    Addenda and Corrigenda

    Lord Hyde. For 2nd Earl of Rochester read 5th Earl of Rochester. Page 748. Under Lauderdale, Earl of. For Martland read Maitland. Page 786. Under Osborne, Sir Thomas. For Derby read Danby. VOLUME XXV, PART II Page 243, line 32.

    Debates in 1678, May 7th, 07 May 1678-07 May 1678

    of the removal of Lauderdale , & c." Sir John Hotham . ] Since I see Lauderdale pursues to act what he hath formerly advised, I am for removing him. I hear it said, "That Lauderdale is a true Churchman,"

    Debates in 1675, April 20th-23rd, 20 April 1675-23 April 1675

    Since, the Duke of Lauderdale , in company of the Arch-Bishop of St. Andrews , and the Bishop of Salisbury , said "he would push the "punishment farther." That, in 1672, he attended the Duke of Lauderdale , at Holy-rood

    Debates in 1678, May (8th-13th), 08 May 1678-13 May 1678

    Richard Graham . ] I move that the Vote against the Duke of Lauderdale may be added to the Address. Col. Birch . ] I hear, Lauderdale has a Pension out of the sacred Money, the Customs, granted for the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALMAHOY, Thomas (d.1682), of The Friary, Guildford, Surr.

    he had to defend against the increasingly vociferous demands for his removal. He pointed out on 13 Jan. 1674 that Lauderdale was not even in Scotland when the Scottish Parliament gave the Government the power to use the militia outside

    BAIRD, Robert (c.1745-1828), of Newbyth, Haddington.

    sportsman ‘under obligations’ to Henry Dundas,[footnote] owed his entry to Parliament to his second marriage to a niece of Lords Lauderdale and Tweeddale. When the latter put him up for Haddingtonshire on an anticipated vacancy in March 1795, Baird was

    MAITLAND, James, Visct. Maitland (1784-1860).

    retirement at Dunbar’. Elizabeth Grant, recalling this, added, ‘Sons and daughters were alike plain in face and short in person’.[footnote] Lauderdale was nevertheless anxious for his heir to be in Parliament and in 1806 used all his ingenuity to obtain

    BUSHBY MAITLAND, John (Hay) (c.1765-1822), of Eccles, Dumfries.

    Bushby Maitland was descended from a cadet branch of the earls of Lauderdale, whose surname he took on acquiring the Eccles estate. His eldest son was christened Lauderdale and, like the 8th Earl, he espoused Whig politics. On 30 Apr.

    HOTHAM, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (1632-89), of Scorborough, Yorks.

    May he made a strong attack on Lauderdale:Since I see Lauderdale pursues to act what he hath formerly advised, I am for removing him. I hear it said that Lauderdale is a true churchman and I know not what; and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    in 1845 . 29 Almost opposite Cromwell House stands Lauderdale House , of late-16th-century origins but much altered by Charles II 's minister John Maitland , earl (afterwards duke) of Lauderdale , and later occupiers. 30 The property, divided by

    Paddington Judaism

    first service in Lauderdale Road and by 1970 had secured premises in Abbey Road , St. John's Wood . 53 A Spanish and Portuguese synagogue was registered in 1896 , 54 land at the north-east corner of Lauderdale and Ashworth

    Parishes Petersham

    baron. 2 Ham House then followed the descent of the manor of Petersham (q.v.). After the Earl (later Duke) of Lauderdale had married Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart , meetings of the Cabal ministry are said to have been held in

    Parishes Molesworth Lindsey . Gules a voided scutcheon vair .

    de Lindsey (Lindesei) it descended in that family. 10 Walter apparently had a son Walter de Lindsey of Earlstown in Lauderdale , who granted the church of Earlstown to the Abbey of Kelso for the soul of Walter, his uncle,

    Paddington Maida Vale

    Biddulph Mansions, by Boehmer & Gibbs who also designed Delaware Mansions in Delaware Road ; 24 Lauderdale Road is lined on both sides by Lauderdale Mansions, and the northern stretch of Castellain Road by Castellain Mansions. The only buildings later

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Jedburgh, Strathmorej Dunmoir, Teviot, Madertzie, Abercorn, Melvil, Duplin, Couper, Kelly, Orkney, Garnock, Napier, Haddington, Ruglen, Primerofe. Cameron, Galloway, March, Cramond, Lauderdale, Marchmount, Lords Reay, Kinnoul, Seafield, Forrefter,- Loudon, Hyndford, Pitfligo, Dumffries, Cromerly, Forbes, Kirkcudbright, Stirling, Stair, Saltoun, Frafer, Elgin, _ Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. I It (t (I (t it (I i( (I a ft (i c< ti (I it t< <c u i< u it i< if 41 and fee how Matters went; that, about Subscribers-only content

    19 January 1741, 19 January 1742

    Abingdon. Comes Rochford. Comes Albemarle: Comes Coventry. Comes Jerfey. Comes Cholmondeley. Comes Sutherland. Comes Morton. Comes Moray. Comes Hdme. Comes Lauderdale. Comes Lotidoun. Conies Firidlater. Comes Breadalbane: Comes Dunmore: Comes Hay. Comes Oxford. Comes Rockinghani. Comes Aylesford, Gomes Halifax. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1741, 20 January 1742

    Berkeley. Comes Abingdon. Comes Rochford. Comes Albemarle. Comes Jerfey. Comes Choltnondcley* Comes Sutherland. Comes Morton. Comes Moray. Comes Home. Comes Lauderdale. Comes Loudoun. Comes Findlater. Comes Breaddbane* Comes Dunmore. Comes Hay. Comes Oxford. Comes Tankerville. Comes Aylesfordi Comes Halifax. Comes Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1741, 22 January 1742

    Shaftefbury, Comes Litchfield. Comes Abingdon. Comes Rochford, Comes Coventry. Comes Jerfey. Comes Cholmondeley. Comes Sutherland. Comes Morton. Comes Moray. Comes Lauderdale, Comes Loudoun. Comes Findlater. Comes Breadalbane Comes Hay. Comes Oxford. Comes "Tankerville. Comes Aylesford. Comes Halifax. Comes Stanhope. Comes Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd yn myned ya ddigon: pell, ac wedisiarad yn erbyn y cytundeb yn gyffred- - . fNid .oedd efe; (Arglwydd Lauderdale) Ewedi olywed, ddarfod i Lywodraeth y -lad hon erioed ymi. Astwng t ymddiheuro, Nid.,cwestiwfl o ryfel nae hed~dwch ydaedd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yddwy. wIad. wedi lwyddo i ddyfod-i gy ,'-ddealtwiaethi headdhol. ar- y.,minater, abab y-6ytandeblyn anrhydeddi'r nail! air llall.-Condemrnid cbytuudeb gan rsIl Lauderdale, ac'-wyedi ilArlwydd ,uglito, siarid o'.i bsid,; dy. wedodd Iarll. Grarnvilleeifd .yr, credu nad' oedd'y .Ty yn teim0 ?n. awyddfiddafyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perygl i'r Drefedigaeth ag y ceisid dangos gan. y pen- defigionL nrddasol a'rachir wrthwynebol.-Gadawyd i'r mater syrthia.-Mewn atebiad i Iarll Lauderdale } addefodd Iarll Granville fad y Llywodraeth wedi gorchymyn gosod dwy agerlong yn Lerpwl o dan ar- olygiaeth oddiar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn hunan-gynhaliol. Ni chredai ef y dylid gostwng safon. bresenol yr ysgolion nos. -Y Gib eYMREIG AR -LYNGES.. Iarll Lauderdale' a alwai sylw at y prawf a wnaed yn llestri y Ilynges o'r glo Gymreig a glo Gogledd Lloegr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyd ddydd Llun. TYYR ARGIWYDDI, Dydd Gwener.-Wedi trefnu rhaS materion o nodwedd annyddorol yn nechrea yr eistedd- iad, galwai Iarll Lauderdale sylw at adroddiad ynghylch CYHOEDDIAD EHYFEL GAN FRENIN ASHANTE3E. Dywedai fod adroddiad wedi ymddangos yn rhai o'r papyrau fod Subscribers-only content


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