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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOTT, Sir William, 6th bt. (1803-1871), of Ancrum, nr. Jedburgh, Roxburgh

    (1803-1871), of Ancrum, nr. Jedburgh, Roxburgh Constituency Dates Carlisle 18 Feb 1829 1830 Roxburghshire 1859 Feb 1870 Ofifces Held Ensign 51 Ft. 1822; cornet 2 Ft. Gds. 1824; half-pay capt. unattached 1826; ret. 1836. Biography The Scotts of Ancrum, like

    LOWTHER, William, Visct. Lowther (1787-1872).

    1829, when the Whig Sir James Graham succeeded Curwen, and reluctantly acquiesced in the candidature of Sir William Scott* of Ancrum for the Carlisle seat thus vacated, on which Lonsdale refused to spend.[footnote] By 15 Jan. 1829 the Lowthers knew

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