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  • * 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

    Reay, Kinnoul, Seafield, Forrefter,- Loudon, Hyndford, Pitfligo, Dumffries, Cromerly, Forbes, Kirkcudbright, Stirling, Stair, Saltoun, Frafer, Elgin, _ Rofeberry, Gray, Bargeny, Traquair, Glafgow, Ochiltree, Bamff, Ancrum, Portmore, Cathcart, Elibank, Weyms, Bute, Mordington, Halkertoun, Dalhoufie, Hopetoun, Semple, Belhaven, Findlater, Deloraine, Elphinfton, Abercrombie, Subscribers-only content

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

    Laudeidale, Seaforth, Kinnoul, Loudon, Dummies, Stilling, Elgin, Southesk, Traquair, Ancrum, "VVeyms, " Dalhoufie, Airly, Findlater, Carnwath, Callender, Leven, Dyfert, Panmuie, Selkirk, Northefk, Kincardine, Belcprras, Forfar, Abone, - $ Ncwburgh, Kilmarnock, Dundonald, Dnnbartne, Kintoir, Broadalbin, Aberdeen, Dunmoir, Melvil, Orkney, Ruglen, M-uch, Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1729, 19 February 1730

    tion referred to Judges. Land Tax Bill. chant, Robert Lattay, William Traquair, William Buntin Younger, John Buchannan, Robert M'alaßer, Alexan¬ der Weir Taylor, Robert Mitchell, John Kennedy, William Lang, Patrick Hutchinjone, David Hutchinjone, John Colqyhon, William Mitchcl, James Smith, and Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1810, 25 January 1810

    Recognizance for the faid Appellants, as defired. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of the Right E. Traquair Honourable Charles Earl of Traquair, and of the Ho- Burro^sale" nourable Charles Hay Mudie of Newton, one of the Se- ai,. nators Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1811, 21 January 1811

    of their Appeal de- " and others, Refpondents to the ApDeal of Charles Earl et al. againlt pending m this Houfe, they refiding in Scotland:" « of Traquair and others, had not put in their Anfwer B«™™«aL 8 " to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fingall and Keniare; Viscesuta Gormanston, Netterville, Toaffe, aid Soath- well; Lods Tri anlestOi and Ffrencl. Two Scotch-Earls of Newburgh and Traquair. In all seventeen. We understand that the design for the painted window for the parish church of Buckiugham,,which the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoff Surgeoi of the Seconos Class,vice Kno(x, Nwhlo oelctiasges; D. '. Cliac tolt, M.D. to be Assistalit Staff Surgeon, vice Traquair, whlo resignts. Utinttached-Major W. Sullivast, froti tile Rlitfe Brigade, to be Liout.-Col. Coimuissariat--Thle cosititission of Mr It. Bailey, ItS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London. TRUSTEES. The Right Hon. the Earl of ShrewsburY, Alton Towers, Cheadle, Staffordshire. The Right Hon. the Earl of Traquair,Traquair Ilouse, Peebleshire, NB The Right lHon. thle Lord Stafford. Coesey, I alt. Norfolk. Thomas Bornewall, esq. 1i York terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, merchants-J. MesNoa and W. Goedern, Boreheno Sr W;Nartling, Sussex;, drapers-Rt. and B. Poole, Htulme, Luocoosilre, cornT deaes P. J. Traquair, J. Dell, and T. Whitehos, Bank-aide cool mnrchireT. and Trimby, Bow lane, Chenapside, paporttengeraJ. W^od end W. B~awlinseo, Mitre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    33rd Foot, to be Paymaster, vice W. D. Bedford, who has retired upon half-pay. Partnersbips Dissolved.-J. S. Dell, P. J. Traquair, and J. Smith, Bank- side, Sslxtwarlk, coal merchants-J. Alsop, J. G. Robins, J. Large, and J. Flowers, Lee;k Staffordshire, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGLAS, Sir John (c.1708-78), of Kelhead, Dumfries.

    1735. Returned as a Tory for the county in 1741, he voted against the Government. He was related to Lord Traquair, the chief intermediary between the English and Scottish Jacobites in the negotiations leading to the Forty-five, in which his

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