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Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Source : Internet Archive

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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Mary Stuart ," where the poet, with the obvious intention of obliging his countrymen to


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in 1772 to the Pretender Charles Stuart, a grandson of James II., from whom she was separated in 1780.


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(wife of the Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart,) who inspired his wayward heart with a lasting passion. (See Albany, Countess of.)


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Mary Stuart," "


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which are the Parting of Charles Stuart and Flora Macdonald," and The Murder of Regent Murray." He was elected academician


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Arabella Stuart. See Stuart.


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devoted to the cause of Mary Stuart, was executed in 1586 for having conspired against the life of Queen Elizabeth.


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which are " Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia ," "


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Black'ie, (John Stuart,) a Scottish classical scholar and writer, born in Glasgow in 1809. He produced


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in French, The Martyrdom of Mary Stuart," (1588,) and several Latin works. Died in 1613.


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this object without difficulty. (See Mary Stuart.) The principal nobility having taken arms against him, he escaped to the Orkneys,


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Biographia Britannica." Boyd, (Hugh Stuart,) an English writer and Greek scholar. He translated into English some of the


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Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen Buchan, (John Stuart,) Earl of, born in 1380,1


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Bute, (John Stuart,) Earl of, a British statesman, born in Scotland in 1713. He became in


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he proclaimed at Sanquhar that Charles Stuart had forfeited the crown.


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Charles I., (Charles Stuart,) King of England, the third son of James I. and Anne of Denmark,


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Histoire des Francais." Charles Ed-ward Stuart, called the Pretender, born at Rome in 1720 or 1721, was a


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See Mignet, Histoire de Marie Stuart," Brant&mk, M^moires." Chasteler, du, dii shat'li', (Jean Gabriel,) Marquis, an eminent general in


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of his granddaughters, Mary and Anne Stuart, became queens of England. His celebrated History was published in 1702. His majesty


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Clotilde" and Maria Stuart." Coccopani, kok-ko-pa'nee, (Giovanni,) an Italian artist, born at Florence in 1582, was versed


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wrote a " Life of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots," (1624.) Died in 1640.


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Monuments of Cairo," (1827.) Costello, (Louisa Stuart.) a popular authoress, was born in Ireland in 1815. She wrote, among other


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History of [Queen] Mary Stuart," (1850,) and poetical versions of Job and the Psalms of David.


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Darn Tey, (Henry Stuart,) Lord, a Scottish noble, born in England about 1545, was the son of


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ix., x., Mignet, Histoire de Marie Stuart." Darondeau,dt'rd.N'd6',(STANl SLAS.) a French painter of genre and religious subjects, born about 1800,


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responsibility of this crime, see Mary Stuart.


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was succeeded by his nephew, Robert Stuart, or Robert II.


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warrant for the execution of Mary Stuart, which she signed. After the execution (1587) she disowned the act, and threw


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1804. Among his works are Mary Stuart departing from France," and The Death of Moliere." Died in 1850.


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in the time of Queen Mary Stuart.


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marriage of Edward with Mary Stuart.


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in right of his wife, Mary Stuart, Elizabeth retaliated by ^ sending an army to Scotland, which drove the French


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Frederick of Bohemia and Elizabeth Stuart of England, was born in 1618. She received lessons in philosophy from Descartes,


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was executed in 1587, see Mary Stuart.


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him in 1586 to attend Mary Stuart at her execution , but she declined to listen to his exhortations. He


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1558 he married the beautiful Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, and on the 10th of July,


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Sophia, the youngest daughter of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, who was a sister of Charles I. of England.


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of 1745 the Pretender Charles Edward Stuart landed in Scotland, and raised a formidable rebellion. His army took Edinburgh, and


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his office about 1554. After Mary Stuart became a captive in England, he was the chief of a party which


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It was acrimoniously criticised by Gilbert Stuart when it first appeared, but was commended by Hume. Died in 1790.


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over his vouthful mind. Captain James Stuart held the second place in the king's esteem. Lord D'Aubigny was created Duke


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during the Fronde." and " Mary Stuart leaving Scotland." Died in 1537.


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was the one antagonist whom Mary Stuart could not soften nor Maitland deceive , he it was that raised the


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Letters, Instructions, and Memoirs of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots," (7 vols., 1844.) La Barbinais le Gentil, IS ba R'be'n


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zeal for the cause of Mary Stuart induced her to make an attempt against the life of Queen Elizabeth. Her


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was much admired. His drama Marie Stuart" (1820) had a great success, and is called his capital work. In 1828


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LSn'ox, (Matthew Stuart,) Earl of, a Scottish nobleman, was the father of Lord Darnley. In 1544


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the Delaware," John Knox and Mary Stuart," "


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of law in earnest, with John T. Stuart as his partner. In November, 1542, he married Miss Mary Todd, daughter


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Culloden, (1746,) the Pretender Charles Edward Stuart became a fugitive, and was hunted from place to place by the king's


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to London, where he married Catherine Stuart in 1789. His fluent elocution, admirable temper, and refined manner3


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History of Mary Stuart," and a Latin poem entitled "


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so many noticeable qualities as Mary Stuart : with a feminine insight into men and things and human life, she


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but Mary preferred her cousin Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, (a son of the Earl of Lennox,) whom she married on


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Froude, "refused positively to name Mary Stuart her successor, knowing that she would be signing her own deathwarrant." These words


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The Scottish Estates sent Lord James Stuart, Mary's half-brother, to invite her to Scotland and to offer her the free


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Vie de Marie Stuart,' 3 vols., 1743: Gentz, Marie Stuart's Leben." 1709, Sc HUHTZ ''


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II.," (1845,) His tory of Mary Stuart," (1851,)


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Chalmers, General Biographical Dictionary." Mill, (John Stuart,) an eminent English philosopher and economist, son of James Mill, author of the


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Moray, Eari. of. See Murray, (James Stuart.) Moray or Murray, mur're, (Sir Robert,) one of the founders of the Royal


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," Mignet, " Histoire de Marie Stuart." Murray, (Johan Anders,) a Swedish physician and botanist, bom at Stockholm in 1740,


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Murray or Moray, (James Stuart,) Earl of, often called Regent Murray, born about 1533, was a natural son


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New'ton, (Gilbert STUART,)a distinguished painter, of English extraction, born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1794. He


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1858," and " Mary Stuart's Farewell to France." Onesiciite. See Onesicritus.


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Phelps, (Elizabeth Stuart,) an American writer, a daughter of Professor Moses Stuart, D.D , was born


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writer, a daughter of Professor Moses Stuart, D.D , was born at Andover, Massachusetts, in 181 5. She published a


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Pretender, The Second. See Charles Edward Stuart.


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Marie Stuart" and Joan of Arc." In


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in 1722. In company with James Stuart, he went to Greece about 1750 and spent two years in exploring and


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1612, was a nephew of Ludovic Stuart, noticed below.


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injurious influence of Rizzio over Mary Stuart, says,


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names of Edward Robinson and Moses Stuart," says R. W. Griswold,


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(" Die lungfrau von Orleans,") Mary Stuart," and The Bride of Messina," (Die Braut von Messina.") He was associated with


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James by his marriage with Arabella Stuart, who was a cousin of the king. In the civil war he fought


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Charles Stuart, Memoirs of G. Sharp," New York, 1836.


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Skinner, (John Stuart,) an American journalist and agricultural writer, born in Maryland in 1788. In


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Maria Stuart," and other dramas. Died in 1851.


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1575, was a daughter of Charles Stuart, Duke of Lennox, (a brother of Lord Darnley,) and was a cousin german


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afterwards made Marquis of Hertford. Arabella Stuart was a woman of superior talents and high spirit.


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Stti'art de Rothe'say, (roth'sa,) (Charles Stuart,) Lord, a distinguished British diplomatist, grandson of Lord Bute, was born in 1779.


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1786. In 1812 he succeeded Moses Stuart as pastor of the First Congregational Church at New Haven, and in 1822


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law for a time under Gilbert Stuart, he visited Europe, where he spent several years, and produced his


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dated October 6, addressed to Mr. Stuart, he says,


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II., Prince of Orange, and Mary Stuart, a daughter of Charles I. of England, and was styled Prince of Orange