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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y mae Syr John a Syr James yn berthynasau hefyd, gan fod y ddau wedi hanu o deulu Dalrymple, laril Stair, ac y mae gwraig y nail1 yu chwaer i fam. y Hail. Y mae Syr John Hay yn ddyn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obijab a-t -k Miposal. Mae y symudiad y cyfeiriasom ato ychydig amser yn ol, o roddi allan blant ein tlotai i. gael en magu a'u byrddio mewn teuluoedd parchus mewn lleoedd gwledig, yn myned ar gynydd, ac yn derbyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nesaf. Cyrhaeddodd Mr. Chamberlain i'r ddinas nos o. Fercher diweddaf, a derbyniwyd ef yn y Central w1 Station gan Arglwydd Stair, Canghellydd y Brifysgol, e'1 y Profteswr Arglwydd Kelvin, a Principal Caird, wf ynghyd ag oddeutu pymtheg cant o efrydwyr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ystyr arferol y gair), ae yr oedd dwy 'nation' dros Rosebery a dwy dros Lytton; rhoddodd y Canghellydd, Arglwydd Stair, ci 'casting vote' fel Tori dros v diwedd- af. Y flwyddyn ganlynol, pan y newidiwyd Charter y Brifysgel, symudwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ysgol Trefech- - an. Yr oedd v pryd hwnw yn cael ei chynal ar a lofft ar ben y 'Stair Fawr,' ae yr oedd golwg r ilodenog arni. Yr wyf yn cofio yn ddaa mai y diweddar hynod Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALRYMPLE, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1692-1751), of Hailes, Haddington.

    office he succeeded, followed the head of their family, the Earl of Stair. After voting with the Government on the Hessians in 1730, he went into opposition with Stair, voting against the excise bill in 1733, and for the repeal

    HAMILTON (formerly DALRYMPLE), John (1715-96), of Bargany, Ayr.

    Hamilton was a younger son of the Dalrymple clan of jurists, soldiers and politicians, headed by John, 2nd Earl of Stair. A man of vigorous personality and pawky humour, he attached himself to Frederick, Prince of Wales, became an intimate

    DALRYMPLE, Hon. Sir David, 1st Bt. (c.1665-1721), of Hailes, Haddington.

    his nephew, Lord Stair, ministers would not ‘speak one word to me of business, nor have they to this hour, though the character I serve in, one would think, made it decent to have done so.’ Meanwhile Stair was being

    DALRYMPLE, William (1736-1807).

    DALRYMPLE, William (1736-1807). Constituency Dates Wigtown Burghs 1784 1790 Ofifces Held Ensign 52 Ft. 1756, lt. 1759; capt. 91 Ft. 1760, maj. 1762; half pay 1763; maj. 14 Ft. 1764, lt.-col. 1765; maj.-gen. (local, St. Vincent) 1772-3; quartermaster gen.

    STEWART, Alexander (c.1739-94), of Afton, Ayr.

    Irwin, he was promoted lieutenant-colonel to do the same for the Buffs.[footnote]His wife brought him the estates of Afton and Stair in Ayrshire, where in 1774 and 1780 he supported Sir Adam Fergusson against the interest of his father’s friend

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Letchworth

    into a bedroom. A small modern stair at the end of the passage no doubt occupies the position of the old gallery stair. Some old balusters and newels have been re-used on this stair. The oak screen next the hall

    The city of Durham The castle

    cut off into a council chamber and built the great stair. From a letter, 21 dated at London in 1662 , to his secretary ordering the erection of this stair to be deferred until he could come down and see


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