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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUME, Hon. Sir Andrew (1676-1730), of Kimmerghame, Berwick.

    Lord Kimmerghame in November 1714, Polwarth having resigned in his favour. The accompanying honour of a justiciary gown was not forthcoming, however, despite his brother’s recommendation upon a vacancy in 1718. On this occasion Polwarth, now an eminent diplomat, emphasized

    HUME CAMPBELL, Hugh, Lord Polwarth (1708-94).

    spoke before, distinguished themselves ... as Mr. William Pitt, Mr. Lyttelton, Lord Polwarth and Mr. Hume, Lord Marchmont’s sons ... all for the bill.On 16 Feb. 1737 Polwarth spoke against the bill imposing penalties on Edinburgh for the Porteous riots.

    HUME CAMPBELL, Hon. Alexander (1708-60), of Birghamsheil, Berwickshire.

    the same paths of invectives’ against Walpole as his twin brother, Lord Polwarth, and his friend, William Pitt. At the opening of the next Parliament, from which Polwarth, now Earl of Marchmont, was excluded, the Berwickshire election, a double return,

    MACKENZIE, Alexander (c.1683-1755), of Fraserdale, Inverness.

    Mackenzie was put down as a ‘Jacobite’ in the list of the Scottish Members sent by Lord Polwarth to the Hanoverian court. Although Polwarth probably meant nothing more than that Mackenzie was a Tory, as indeed he was classified on

    HEPBURNE SCOTT, Henry Francis (1800-1867), of Mertoun House, Berwick

    who briefly represented Berwickshire, had been curtailed in 1784 by a political and dynastic dispute over the succession to the Polwarth peerage and estates, from which the will of his grandfather, the 3rd earl of Marchmont, had barred him, but

  • * Victoria County History *

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    , John; Radcliffe ; Stanley ; Ward, Rob. village, 1-2, 104-5, 107 woodland, 2, 110, 115 Hume-Campbell : Alex., Ld. Polwarth , 55 Amabel, see Yorke and see Campbell Humphrey , duke of Gloucester (d. 1447), 108 Humphrey (fl. 1086),

    Index K-Z

    Lord: see Watson, J. R. E. R. Mapledurham ( Oxon .) March ; earls of: see Mortimer Marchmont , in Polwarth q.v . Marden ( Wilts .) Mare , Hawise de la, wife of Adam de Furtho Marford Meadow ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 April 1835, 2 April 1835

    other Purpofes therein mentioned." After reading, and confidering, the Report of theLd. Polwarth, Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Hugh *"e> Hume Campbell, commonly called Lord Polwarth, and Anne his Wife; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1735, 3 April 1735

    Hodie 2a vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft to '• enable Hugh Hume Campbell, commonly called Lord " Polwarth, and others, to fell Lands in Efjex, fettled " by his Marriage Articles; and, with the Money " arifing Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1735, 22 April 1735

    Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to " enable Hugh Hume Campbell, commonly called Lord " Polwarth, and others, to fell Lands in Effex, fettled " by his Marriage Articles ; and, with the Money " Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1735, 24 April 1735

    53° Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1735. JLowther againft Raw & al. Judgement Comes Macclesfield. Comes Pomfret. Comes Graham. Comes Kerr. Comes Afioburnham. Comes Malton. Vifcount Say & Seale. Vifcount Tadcafier. PRAYERS. After hearing Counfel, as well Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1749, 20 December 1749

    Elders of the Kirk Seffion thereof, John Bowie Gardener at Redbrands One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion of Polwarth, fames Waifon Dyfter in Greenlaw One of the Elders of the Kirk Seffion thereof, James Dickfon in Wallace/crook One Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amrywiol aw- grymiadan a wnaedyn ystod y cyfarlod gael eu cymeryd dan sylw cyfeisteddfod penodedig. Yn yr hwyr, llywyddodd Arglwydd Polwarth, yr hwn a draddododd araith ragorol, prif fater vr hon oedd yr angenrheidrwydd am i holl eglwysi ered gael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    warth. The Polwarth branch was raised to the doignity of Earl of Marchmont, &c. in 1697, in the person of Sir Patrick Home, of Polwarth. At the death of Hugh. third Earl of Marchmont, in 1794, the Polwarth, or Marchmont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cleveland Charleville Clinton eAtrOQUESsES. Mlonuers Bemunmont Salisbury Oxtord Willoughtby de Brolee Dowonsbhire Lonsdalo St John Ely lmanevood Saltoun Exeter Browen-low Polwarth Westnnalal Bradford Sondes EARLS. Sheffield Boston Murntinydon Ehlod Hawke Wincltelsea Falmonth Walsingham Chesterlield Somenrs Southampton Sandwcich Stnodbroke Grantlay Cardigan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colville of Cuiross . 53 Earl of Orkney . 50 Lord Rollo . . 49 Earl of Seafield 53 Lordl Polwarth . . 53 The only alteration in the above list from that of the representatives of tle Scottialt peerage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain of Gentlemen at Arms - Lord Sandwich. Lords in Waiting: Lords Morton. Lords Verulam. Byron. Galway. Crofton. Shannon. Hawarden. Polwarth. The 'Morning Herald '-the fitting organ of the Derby Adminis- tration, says: " We are requested to state that Subscribers-only content

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