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Coutts & Co., bankers, Edinburgh and London : being the memoirs of a family distinguished for its public services in England and Scotland

Coutts & Co., bankers, Edinburgh and London : being the memoirs of a family distinguished for its public services in England and Scotland

Source : Internet Archive

Coutts & Co., bankers, Edinburgh and London : being the memoirs of a family distinguished for its public services in England and Scotland

Coutts & Co., bankers, Edinburgh and London : being the memoirs of a family distinguished for its public services in England and Scotland

Source : Internet Archive

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whose partners were the Hon. Alexander Stuart (afterwards Lord Blantyre) and a Mr. Walter Scott. John Stephen became a partner


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Couttses of London with Sir Robert Stuart of Allanbank (Berwickshire), created a Baronet in 16S7, and his descendants, who intermarried


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in 1849 with Sir John James Stuart, the fifth Baronet, son of Prances, the granddaughter of Lord Provost John Coutts,


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Edinburgh, who married in 1730 Jean Stuart, the daughter of Sir John Stuart, second Baronet, of Allanbank, by whom he


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Stuart, the daughter of Sir John Stuart, second Baronet, of Allanbank, by whom he had-


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originated in 16S7 with Sir Robert Stuart, the grandfather of the wife of Lord Provost John Coutts. It became extinct


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Jean, second daughter of Sir John Stuart, of Allanbank, Berwickshire, Bart., and thereby, as shown in the previous chapter, became


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by Jean, daughter of Sir Robert Stuart of Allanbank.


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wife of her cousin, Sir John Stuart, of Allanbank, Bart.


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to Liilias, daughter of Sir John Stuart of Allanbank, and a sister of Lord Provost Coutts' wife.


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was a daughter of Sir John Stuart of Allanbank, Berwickshire, Bart, whose mother was a daughter of Kerr of Morrison,


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in Italy her cousin, Sir John Stuart, of Allanbank, Bart. At Turin her father was seized with the same mental


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on between their son and Miss Stuart. At all events, the old lawyer was determined to intervene, as he considered,


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calculate consequences for themselves.' Sir John Stuart ' thanked Mr. Scott for


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of rank and fortune like Miss Stuart, for he declares in 'Rokeby' that '


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1527, a letter from Lady Jane Stuart, the mother of his first love, and whom he had not seen since


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Stewart (younger son of Sir Robert Stuart of Allanbank, Bart.), who was Lord Provost of Edinburgh from 1744 to J