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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, 01 January 1702-31 December 1702

    1131, 1135. Queen's County (New York), 302, 343 XII., 351, 387, 999 XXIII. 1110. -, (Long Island), 999 XV. Queen's Fort (Barbados), 830. Queensberry , Duke of. See Douglas James. Quider , 1009 II. ( g ); and see Schuyler

    Index, Q, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    Queenborough , co. Kent. See Somerden. Queen's Privy Chamber . See Mary II. Queen's Stables , 446. Queensberry , Duke of. See Douglas, William. Quelch , James, landwaiter's place, London port, 112. Quellenburgh , , gardener at Hampton Court, 601,

    Index, Q, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    cloth liveries for, 160, 525. Queen's Wood called Birkland Wood in Sherwood Forest, q.v . Queen's wines . See Wines. Queensberry , Duke of, See Douglas, James. Quelch , John, pirate, executed at Boston, produce from his goods and effects

    Index, Q, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    See Customs. Queen's Watermen , badges for, 427; liveries for, 541; pensionary watermen , 541; wages and bills of, 540. Queensberry and Dover, Duke of. See Douglas, J. Quit rents , Ireland, 117, 150, 270. Virginia, 527, 542; accounts of,

    Index, Q, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    389. stay of process, Treasurer of the Navy, 392. See also Exchequer Court. Scotland, 251; salary, 360. See also Stewart, W., Tarver, J. Queen's Tin. See Tin. Queensberry and Dover, Duke of. See Douglas, James. Quiny , Giles, payment, 608.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGLAS, William (c.1731-83), of Kelhead, Dumfries.

    Queensberry’s household.In 1768 Queensberry brought him into Parliament where he supported Administration, but is not known to have spoken. His father, imprisoned for debt in January 1778, died in November, shortly after the death of his patron Queensberry, who had

    CLERK, John (1676-1755), of Penicuik, Midlothian.

    and to Court parties of whatever complexion, now found himself taken up by Queensberry. He responded to this kindness with unconditional loyalty, accepting without question the Queensberry line on every issue and often acting as an apologist for the Duke,

    GRIERSON (GRIER), William (bef.1688-1760), of Rockhall, Lag, Dumfries.

    flagrant manufacturing of extra votes by Queensberry. Disapproval of such tactics, together with Scottish resentment against the ‘Union Duke’, contributed to Grierson’s defeat in the Commons on 22 Feb. 1711. The death of Queensberry in July 1711 left him without

    DOUGLAS, Archibald (1707-78), of Kirktoun, Dumfries and Witham, Essex

    family had close connexions with Charles, 3rd Duke of Queensberry, for whom Douglas’s younger brother Charles acted as chamberlain. In 1754 Douglas was returned for Dumfries Burghs on the interest of Queensberry, who on 18 Aug. 1754 recommended him to

    LAURIE, Robert (c.1738-1804), of Maxwelton, Dumfries.

    window and house tax in Scotland 1779-89; knight marischal of Scotland 1785- d. Biography Laurie’s patron was the Duke of Queensberry, a family friend, who in 1774 brought him into Parliament for Dumfriesshire as a Government supporter. A silent and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    1840 ) maps, and Abbots tithe map ( 1844 ) 108 Urchfont , 1784, based on a map of the Queensberry estate surveyed by W. Corfield , in the Wiltshire County Record Office 174 Wilcot , 1803, based on the

    Parishes Newnham Regis

    dealing with this manor in 1716 . 27 By the marriage ( 1767 ) of Henry, Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry , to Elizabeth, daughter of George , Duke of Montagu, 28 the manor passed to the Buccleuch dukedom, Charles

    Navisford hundred

    the court of the hundred was held at Thrapston . 13 It afterwards passed to the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry . Cal. Chart . 1226-57 , p. 19; Chron. Petroh . ( Camden Soc.), 118, 124-125. V.C.H. Northants .

    Parishes Amesbury

    was lived in by Charles and Catherine, duke and duchess of Queensberry . 488 To provide a new dining room, a new drawing room, and an additional staircase Queensberry added a symmetrical block to each of the east and west

    Sport, ancient and modern Boxing

    of amateur athletes till about the time of the demise of the prize ring. In 1866 the eighth Marquess of Queensberry gave his approval to a code of rules drawn up for amateurs, which has ever since gone by his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that age which inspired the telj known sorg upot Iber, entitled, " .Fair .itty, ieautil d J' 1er Grace of' Queensberry, when once thosilit. on, canrot be in- stantly fergotteli. Usaet yolun.g and unmarried. Lade Rochester, her mother, hac bespokcea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Memoir of Charlotte Smitb, Sir Ralph Sadler, John Leyden, Miss Anna Seward. Daniel De Foe, Henry Duke of Buccleugh and Queensberry, Lotd.Somerville, King George Third, Lord Byron, the Duke of York. 5, Paul's Letters to viis Kiosfolk,-Ahatratt of the -Fyrbiggia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. against proceeding, for the present, with Mr Stephenson's line. The minority consisted of the following Peers:-Richmond, Ducie, Portland, Stafford, Queensberry, Glengall, Beaufort, and Westmoreland; the ma- jority, of Lords Verularn, Cumberland, Warwiek, Wynford, Bayning, Monson, Mountford .(qu.), Redesdale, Lake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29th ult., at the Hirsel, N.B., Elizabeth Countess of Home,- second daughter of the late Hloery Duke of Buccleueb and Queensberry. Vn the 16th ult., at Berlin, after a long and painful illness, the celebrated German author, Lemna. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the well-known translator of Dante, has been appointed to a clerkship in the Regist Y- office. - The Uarquis of Queensberry is to be lord-lieutenant of Dumfries. shire, in the place'of his brother, lately deceased. - The King of Hanover Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Union of 1707 viewed financially., 1887

    Scotland , in lan d rent, are all taken out to England in specie- Buccleuch , Roxburghe, Argyle, Montrose , Queensberry , etc., etc.,-besides members of Parliament who spend at least more than they get. ' That this alienation so Subscribers-only content

    Description of the regalia of Scotland., 1846

    the faithful discharge of his duty, his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry , and the Right Hon. the Lord Chief-Commissioner of the 1 Jury Court , being his sureties to that effect. The Crown-room has been handsomely fitted Subscribers-only content

    Annual report 1881-82., 1882

    Birmingham W. E. Woolf , Eldon -grove, Hull Sir W. C. Worsley , Bart., Hovingham , York A. A. Young , Oxlingbury, Wellingborough * Frederick Young , J.P., D.L., 5, Queensberry -place, South Kensington HAROLD GORE-BROWNE , Hon. Sec. +m Subscribers-only content

    Annual report 1881-82., 1882

    Nelson , 14, Dowgate-hill , E.C., and Warwick Arthur Pryor , Spitalfields , and Hylands, Chelmsford Frederick Young , 5, Queensberry -place, S.W. CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL. {Those marked * form the first Executive Committee ; those marked t are members of Subscribers-only content

    General description of the Britannia and Conway tubular bridges: on the Chester & Holyhead Railway, 1849

    Bruff, Peter, Esq., C.E., London . Bra dford , The Earl of. Proof. Bright, Robert, Esq., Bristol . Buccleuch and Queensberry , His Grace the Duke of. Proof. Buchanan, George, Esq., C.E., Edinburgh . Budden, W. H., Esq., Newcastle . Subscribers-only content


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