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The records of Aboyne, MCCXXX - MDCLXXXI

The records of Aboyne, MCCXXX - MDCLXXXI

Source : Internet Archive

The records of Aboyne, MCCXXX - MDCLXXXI

The records of Aboyne, MCCXXX - MDCLXXXI

Source : Internet Archive

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who married Bessie, sister of Robert Stuart of Laithers, with issue : -William, married to Margaret Forbes of Brux ,

Page 375

Mr. William Johnstoun of Monkeigie Walter Stuart of Blairtounc William Leith of Harthill John Gordon of Rothmeyis Abram Rige of

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no correspondence with any of Charles Stuart's partie." The letter is unsigned, as it was sent by the Laird of

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Moray, first wife , Princess Annabella Stuart, second wife , Elizabetli Hay, third wife.

Page 496

Huntly, in 1 510 married Margaret Stuart, the illegitimate daughter of King James

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of Huntly had to pursue Margaret Stuart, his mother, Elizabeth Hay, the widow of the second Earl, and Elizabeth Gray,

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her gallant guardsman, the handsome Harry Stuart of Avondale, whose elevation to high office shortly followed.

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her divorce from Angus, married Harry Stuart of Avondale, which forced her to retire from the political arena. The Douglas

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the decreet of the Lords, Margaret Stuart, Lady Gordon, renounced the lordship, and to compensate her she had a life-rent

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into a coalition with Lord James Stuart against them.

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but instead of these Lord James Stuart, Lord Ruthven, and the Master * Cecil MSS. at Hatfield. -^ Scottish State

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On the following day Lord James Stuart-the bastard son of James V.-and the most treacherous and unscrupulous of men, wrote

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The secret meetings of Lord James Stuart, Argyll, and Athol roused a suspicion in his mind that they had designs

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only the interference of Lord James Stuart which prevented the slaughter, before her eyes, of the priest who celebrated mass

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with the intrigues of Lord James Stuart. The Earl at this time was treated coolly by the Queen, and, offended

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Erskine, the uncle of Lord James Stuart, the false enemy of his family. Apprehending danger, he refused to entrust himself

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of the marriage of Lord James Stuart with the daughter of Earl Marischal. He married Elizabeth Gordon, § relict of

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Mary Stuart was a dangerous prisoner, for notwithstanding her rigid confinement, she possessed an influence