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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 6 November 1696, 06 November 1696-06 November 1696

    , and his Secretary Melfort ; they were the Earl of Ailesbury , my Lord Montgomery , my Lord Brudenall , Mr. Richard Morley, Peter Cook , and myself. We used to write to my Lord Melfort constantly: We generally

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 19 June 1689, 19 June 1689-19 June 1689

    April 1689; signed Melfort . A Letter to Mr. Abbott at Lord Moleneaux at Croxhall in Lancashire , dated Dublin , 9 June 1689; signed W.B . A Proclamation, dated Dublin Castle , 4 May 1689; signed Melfort . A

    Extracts from the records, 1688

    the 9th day of December, 1687, and of our reigne the thrid year. By his Majesties command, Sic subscribitur : Melfort. Extracted furth of the records of councill by me Sir William Patersone, knight and barronet, clerk to his Majesties

    Entry Book, June 1692, 11-20, 01 June 1692-30 June 1692

    late Earl of Melfort, which were found by inquisition, taken at the sign of the Castle in Paternoster Row, London, 1690-1, Feb. 10, before the said Sheriffs, to be in the possession of said Earl of Melfort within the bailiwick

    Extracts from the records, 1687

    on ale and other liquoris produced and read.; Letter of thanks to his Majestie.; Letter of thanks to my lord Melfort, his Majesties secretary . The gift granted be his most sacreed Majestie to this city was produced and read,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    doles have become extinct, except the ancient Baronies of Barry and Olethan, Whicb devnlve on his only sister, Lady Caroline Melfort. His Lordship had for est fire yearn in a very had stats of health, but had been much better Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton shire. At Carlsruhe, Grand Duchy of Baden, Captain Drummond, late of the 93d Highlanders, heir-presumptive to the Earldom of Melfort, in Scotland, to the Baroness Albertine de Rotberg-Rheinweiler, widow of the late General Count Rapp, Peer of France. DEATHS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.P. of a daughter. At Tunbridge Wells, on the 17th inst. the Countess Edouard de Melfort, of a daughter. On the 18th inst. in Portland-place, the Countess of Sheffield, of a son. MARRIED. On the 14th inst. at Marylebone church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Badtens the lady of G. Drum- rmonrd (Melfort, Esq. of a soiaid heir. On the Qed . ei&~ iho~is'gudrd,. Edmund Bacon, eldest son of Sit Edmund Bao, Br.f aeighkm Htil, Norfbfk, to Louisa, third daughter of the lat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adrian John Rope, Esq. to Mademoiselle Emily Malanie Matilda Rapp, daughter of the late General Rapp and Mrs Drummond, of Melfort. DEATHS. On the 15th inst. at his seat, Milburn Tower, near Edinburgh, Sir Robert Liston, Bart. K.G. C.B. The Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    to be figned by the late King James, to the Convention Ja Scotland; but was cheated of it by Lord Melfort, who frainfd another, which he carried back to Scotland. " The Duke of Athol informing the Earl of Notting¬ Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    of States, with Orders to de¬ liver it to none but King Jamer Himfelf; but was de¬ luded by Lord Melfort, who prepared a different Let¬ ter, and fuppreffed this." He fays, " This Story he had from my Lord Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    Minifters having for¬ merly defired of the Q^ that he fhould not meddle in Bufiriefs, becaufe of his Relation to Melfort, then in Difgrace; that therefore Sir John fhould carry him to Mr. De Torcy." Sir John replied, " That Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    Herbert and the Lady Philips, an.d fome others; but they fell out, and parted, upon Occafion of my Lord c Melfort; flie endeavouring to fuftain his Intereft after ' his Difgrace. Then fhe lived in a Monaftery for fomer ' Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1703, 20 March 1704

    " had given very conGderable Intelligence from England " to the Lord Melfort, to be laid before King James m " her Name; and that the Lord Melfort gave an Ac- " count of it to King James, without naming Subscribers-only content


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