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  • * The History of Parliament *

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

    a politically insignificant Aberdeenshire laird, but was connected via ties of kinship and patronage with the influential Court peer Lord Seafield, whose brother he replaced as Member for Elgin Burghs in 1710. Although Reid was listed as one of the

    ABERCROMBY, Alexander (1678-1729), of Glassaugh, Fordyce, Banff.

    Ofifces Held MP [S] Banffshire 1706–7. Ofifces Held Burgess, Edinburgh 1724. Biography Falling into dependence on his Banffshire neighbour Lord Seafield (later 4th Earl of Findlater), Abercromby profited rather less than might have been expected from his patron’s extended ministerial

    ALLARDICE (ALLERDYCE), Sir George (1672-1709), of Allardice, Kincardine.

    brother-in-law Sir James Ogilvy that ‘I have made you both an uncle and a godfather’. Ogilvy, the future Lord Chancellor Seafield, proved the most important of Allardice’s political connexions. In 1694 Ogilvy’s legal expertise was largely responsible for resolving a

    URQUHART, Robert (d. 1741), of Burdsyards, Forres, Elgin.

    evidently the result of Forbes’s intercession with the Earl of Seafield, and it was with Seafield’s blessing that Urquhart was eventually returned to Parliament at the general election of 1708. Seafield expected Urquhart to show loyalty to the Court, and

    MONTGOMERIE, John II (1680-1731), of Giffen, Ayr.

    membership of the old Scottish Court party headed by the Duke of Queensberry, and his close association with his nephew Seafield, had already succeeded in procuring from the Godolphin (Sidney†) ministry, at Seafield’s intercession, a grant to John of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7th inst., in his T3rd year, James Scatcherd, Esq. late bookseller, of Ave Maria lane. A few days ago, at Seafield, near Easkoy, William MI'Nair, Esq. In adminis- tering a ball to a glandereI horse, lie took the infection through Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Naughton is hopeless- Limericlc pavrr. SIXGUrLAt AcciDEn-rr.-Tliurdav a lad, about 18, foolishly attempted to climb to the top of Seafield tower, intire vicinity of Kirkaldy, in search of'a bird's nest. When near the top, one of the stones by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The list comprised the names of, Dukes-Beaufort and Buckingham. Marquesses- Salisbury and Westmeath. Earls-Poulett, Stanhope, Ashburnham, Hardwicke, Nelson, Orford, Eglintoun, Seafield, and Enniskillen. Viscounts-Gage and Hill. Barons-St John, Northwick, Feversham, and Reay. The Duke of Richmond, having explained the occasion Subscribers-only content

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    Earl of Strathmore, the Earl of Airlie, the Earl of Leven, the Earl of Selkirk, the Earl of Orkney, Lord Seafield, Lord Saitoun, Lord Grey, Lord Sinclair, Lord Elphinstone, Lord Blant-yre, Lord Colville, and Lord Polwarth. NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .s coeSeqesslcamtiozas.-J. Ryan, commisAioe agct5 , Dunlee-G. Brown and Sons, tanners, Lordburn Tats XVorlis, Atrbroatl. Birtlhq.-On the 2nd inst., at Seafield Noase, near Dublin, Viscountesa Burghl y, of a son. Vtsarkiage.-On tie 2nd inst., Lieutenant-Colonel Mansfield, 53rd( ioot, to Miagai Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 SOCIETY of ANTIQUARIES.

    Robinson , M.D. Tancred Robinson , M.D. Joseph Ralphson , M.A. Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury . The L. Visc. Seafield . The Lord Viscount Shelborne. John Lord Somers , Baron of Evesham . John Shadwell , M.D. J. Shaw

  • * 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

    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, _ Rofeberry, Gray, Bargeny, Traquair, Glafgow, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Northefk, Kincardine, Belcprras, Forfar, Abone, - $ Ncwburgh, Kilmarnock, Dundonald, Dnnbartne, Kintoir, Broadalbin, Aberdeen, Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, M-uch, Marchmont, Seafield, Hyndford, Cromarty, Stair, Rofeberry, Glafgow, Portmore, Bute, Hopetoun, Deloraine, May. Viscounts Falkland, Dunbar, Stormont, Ken mure, Arbuthnot, Kingftpun, Oxford, Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1705, 23 November 1705

    humble, " Moft obedient, " And moft faithful " Subjeft and Servant, " Sic Jubferibitur, Edinlurgh, Sepir 4th, 1705. " Seafield, Chancellor. " J. N. D. P." *' But though wee have in that Aft forborn to take any Notice Subscribers-only content

    23 October 1707, 23 October 1707

    Sir. Ds. Cornwallis. Ds. Lempfler. Ds. HfyfloH. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Bernard. D.s. Halifax. Ds. Gernfey. Comes Leven. Comes Seafield. Comes Glafgow. Comes Flay. Vifcount Say &? Her Majefty, being arrayed in Her Regal Robes and^een pre Crown, attended Subscribers-only content

    30 October 1707, 30 October 1707

    1707. Comes Poulett. Comes Bindon. Comes Sutherland. Comes Wemyfs. Comes Seafield. Comes Glafgozv. Comes Play. Vifcount Say &? Sea'le, Lord* take the Oaths. PRAYERS. The Lords following took the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, and the Oath of Abjuration, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Leverington Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    Spitalfield, Thummins, Margerie's Croft , Farthing Field, Outnewlands, Fen Croft , Church Croft , Paps Field or Hill Croft , Seafield , Ives Dyke Field or Doole, Park Field, Woolcroft or Walcroft, Wratfield, and Snailcroft, otherwise Fendyke Field, West Meadow


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