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Results : STUART


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of Great Britain' Elizabeth contributed Elizabeth Stuart, aueen of Bohemia, and Sophia, electress of Hanover. Elizabeth Strickland also wrote the


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New South Wales, son of Alexander Stuart of Edinburgh, was born in that city in 1825, and educated at Edinburgh


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*u th* second son of Archibald Stuart of Toraoce in Lanarkshire (d* 176"), seventh ton sad heir of Alexander Stuart


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on the death of Sir John Stuart of Castlemilk, Lanarkshire, he succeeded to that property also. In 1798 he published


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of his younger brother, Colonel James Stuart (


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seventh ton sad heir of Alexander Stuart of Tor-i His mother-, Elizabeth, was daug-h-tertf Sir Andrew Myreton of Gogar, Ur


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1781, Jean, daughter of Sir John Stuart of Castlemilk.


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Andrew Stuart's portrait was painted by Reynolds and engraved by Thomas Watson (d. 1781) [q.


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ita present occupier, Colonel Robert Edward Hanngton-Stuart, while Castlemilk reverted to the familj of Stirling-Stuart, descendants of William Stirling of


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second Dux E of Lbn-nox]. Charles Stuart's mother was Catherine Howard (d. 1660), eldest daughter of Theophilus, second earl of


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121), was only son of George Stuart, ninth seigneur d'Aubigny, who was fourth son of Esm6, third duke of Lennox


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Clifton in her own right. James Stuart, fourth duke of Lennox [q. v.], was his eldest brother. Bernard was brought


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[Andrew Stuart's Genealogical Hist of the Stevarts, Foibee~Lrith'sj Sects Guards in France, Friseisque Michel's Lee


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Aportiait of Bernard Stuart, after a medal bv Nieoolo Spinelli, engraved from Heiss's 4 ktdailleurs de la


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Anne, named to her cousin, Robert Stuart, who became seigneur of Saint-Quentin in her ritfit.


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(1768-1801), general, fourth son of John Stuart, third earl of Bute fa.v.], by Mary, only daughter of Edward Wortley Montagu,


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death I of his unele, Ludovic Stuart, he succeeded j him as Seigneur D'Aubjgny, and did homage by proxy to


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on his Grace the illustrious Charles Stuart' was published in the year of his death, but is a work of


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(1779-1845), eldest eon of Sir Charles Stuart [q. v.], general, by Louisa, second daughter and coheir of Lord Vere Bertie,


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She died in April 1796. Daniel Stuart assisted Mackintosh as secretary to the Society of the Friends of the People,


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1803, was eighth son of John Stuart, first marquis of Bute (1744-1814), and the only son by his second wife,


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motion on 26 April that Peter Stuart be ordered to attend at the bar of the House of Commons. Next


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(1642 P-1WS), only son of John Stuart or Stewart, ifth seigneur of Aubigny, youngest son of iota Stewart, third or


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and the kirk that even Mary Stuart herself became suspicious that he might intend to betray her interests and throw


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Scot L, Labanoff's Letters of Mary Stuart, Histories by Calderwood and Spotiswood, Moysie's Memoirs and History of King James the


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the only surviving son of George Stuart, professor of the Latin language and Roman antiquities in Edinburgh University, who died


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for Donatus, his son by Katherine Stuart), for 8,800/. She appears to have continued for many years at court. She


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was the filth son of John Stuart, first marquis of Bute, by his wife Gertrude Emilia, daughter sad heiress of


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[Stuart, titular earl of Lichfield [q. v.], was his brother. He succeeded his father


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[q. v.], was his grandfather, Ludovick Stuart, the second duke [Stuart, titular earl of


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Mason's Lite and Works of Gilbert Stuart, New York, 1879.] C. M.


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year the dukedom passed to Charles Stuart, sixth duke of Lennox and third duke of Richmond [q. v.]


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neated by James Stuart, F.R.S. and F.S.A., and Nicholas Revett. Painters and Architects,1 with a dedication to


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1793), major-general, younger brother of Andrew Stuart fq. v.], was appointed captain in the 66th foot on 1 Nov. 1755.


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1858 by his son, Lieutenant James Stuart, R.N.


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was the third eon of John Stuart of Blii Thi H in Perthshire, by his wife Anne, daughter of Francis,


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historian of Armagh, son of James Stuart, a gentleman of co. Antrim, was born at Armagh in 1764. He was


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[Andrew Stuart's Genealogical History of the Stewarts, p. 378, Andrew Stuart's Letters to the Directors


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afterwards (1796-1828) physician in Edinburgh. James Stuart was born in 1776. He attended, it is believed, the high school of


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was the eldest eon of Charles Stuart of Dunearn in Fife-shire, for some years minister of the parish of Cramond


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for securing the continuance of Mr. Stuart's most important and unremitting services to this district,1 and he was reappointed. Some


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Since, Correspondence between James Stuart,


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[Andrew Stuart's Hist, of the Stewarts, Sir William Poser's Lennox, and especially Lady Elisabeth Cost's


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of Aubigny and father of Bernard Stuart (1447 P-15Q8) [q.v.], and Alexander.


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Stuart (1753-1801) [q. v.] (5) William Stuart (1755-1822) fq. v.], archbishop of Armagh, (6) Mary, who became the wife of


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17 May 1802. (4) Sir Charles Stuart (1753-1801) [q. v.] (5) William Stuart (1755-1822) fq. v.], archbishop of Armagh, (6)


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under the name of Sir John Stuart. He frequently complained of the malevolent attacks made on his character by his


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Archibald (1747-1818), father of James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mackenxie, first baron Wharneliffe [q. v.l (3) Frederick, born in September 1751, M.P. for


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20th foot, son of Colonel John Stuart, was born in Georgia. North America, in 1769.


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During May and Julie Stuart ascertained that the French in the south of Calabria were weak in numbers


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(1743-1821), Gaelic scholar, son of James Stuart, minister of Killin, and Elizabeth Drummond, was born at Killin in 1743. He


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explorer, the fifth son of William Stuart, a captain in the army, was born at Dysart, Fifeshire, on 7 Sept.


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[Stuart's Works, The Case of Ferdinand Smyth Stuart, London, 1807, fol.] E.LC.


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be descended from Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the young chevalier, and to be heirs to the crown. of Great Britain


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speaks of ' Messrs. Hay Allan Stuart, said to be the only descendants of Prince Charles Edward, * and in


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a rival claimant,' General Charles Edward Stuart, Baron Rohenstart' (1781-1864), a soi-disant grandson of Miss Walkinshaw [q.v.], who was killed


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T. Stuart Hay/ or ' James Stuart, Count d'Albanie/ their father, died on 14 Feb* 1852 at 22 Henry Street,


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1846. Books were sold and Mrs. Stuart was even threatened with arrest. Charles was at Prague in 1846*6, and for


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'to the dear memory of John Sobieskie Stuart, Count d'Albanie.' Charles's wife and a sister, Miss Beresford, who lived with


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an Introduction and Notes by John Sobieski Stuart' (folio, Edinburgh, 1842). The latter professed to be from the sixteenth-century manuscript


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six sons and three daughters: James Stuart, fourth duke of Lennox [<^. v.], Henry, who succeeded his father as eighth


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March 1755, fifth son of John Stuart, third earl of Bute [q. v.], by Mary, only daughter of Edward Wortley


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17 Feb. 1881, the Hon. Charles Stuart-Wortley, second son of James Archibald Stuart-WortleyMac-kenzie, first baron Wharneliffe [a. v.J, by whom


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Stuart-Wortley, second son of James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mac-kenzie, first baron Wharneliffe [a. v.J, by whom she had three children: Archibald Henry


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eldest surviving son of James Archibald Stuart (1747-1818), lieutenant-colonel of the 92nd regiment of foot, by Margaret, daughter of Sir


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Conyng-ham, bart. of Milncraig, Ayrshire. John Stuart, third earl of Bute [q.v.J was his grandfather, and John, first marquis of


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Wenlock. His second son, Mr. Charles Beilby Stuart-Wort-ley, Q.O., M.P. (6.1851), was unde Mecretary for the home department from 1885


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JBlan-tyre, and cousin-german of Fiances Teresa Stuart, duchess of Richmond and Lennox [q, v.] She died in 1662, leaving three


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under the command of Lord Bernard Stuart, afterwards Earl of Lichfield [q. v.] He was thus with the king in


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the death of her daughter, Elizabeth Stuart, the countess wrote several letters on behalf of her orphaned granddaughter Arabella to


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Baronage, 1675, Labanoff'8 Lettres de Marie Stuart, London, 1844, Fronde's History of England, vols. ix. xi., Philippson's Ministerium unter Philipp


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the flight of her niece Arabella Stuart. She defrayed a large part of the expense of building the second court


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visits to the English ambassador, John Stuart, fourth earl (afterwards marquis) of Bute, he was ordered to leave Spain. In


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nominal sum in 1792 to Daniel Stuart fa. v.]


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Haviland Smith, detached by Sir John Stuart [q. v.1 (when he made his expedition to the Bay of Naples) from


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of ' Caledonia Romana/ by Robert Stuart, his brother-in-law.


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of the agents of Queen Mary Stuart, and was an active supporter of Charles Paget [q. v.] On 23 Sept.


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country (cf. Labanoff, Zettres de Marie Stuart, t. 94,128). He


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the Duke of Hamilton's agent, Andrew Stuart [q. v.], who had demanded satisfaction for some severe reflections which Thurlow had


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298, Labanof Ts Lettres de Marie Stuart, vi. 441 , Camden's Annals, 1630, pp. 78 sq., Holin-shed's Chronicles, 1587, iii-


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in the expedition under Sir Charles Stuart, which captured Minorca in November 1798. There Trant was appointed a^ent-general for prises,


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Aug. 1880 the Right Hon. Charles Stuart-Worthy, died on 26 July 1881, leaving a daughter.


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extradition of William Seymour and Arabella Stuart should they land in the archduke's dominions. On 17 Feb. 1613-14, after repeated


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Verdun in 1803 Tuckey married Margaret Stuart, a fellow-prisoner, daughter of the captain of an Indiaman, by whom he left


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Uosophical essays, biogranhicsl notices of Mary Stuart, Mary Tudor, Mazarin, Luoresia Borgia, and others, translations into English verse from Petrarch,


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de Gouda, papal envoy to Mary Stuart in 1562. He made a short stay at Louyain, where he conceived the


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MSS. for his History if Mary Stuart, p. 106) , and this also has in consequence been attributed to Tyrie


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disclosures regarding the Babington conspirators, Mary Stuart, the pope, and a number of his clerical brethren, mixing up with some


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Stuart, Daniel (1766-1846) .... 75 Stuart, Lord Dudley Coutte (1808-1854) . 76 Stuart, Esm£, sixth Seigneur


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Stuart, John Ferdinand Smyth (1745-W14) . Di Stuart, John Mc Dona Jl (Itfl S-l Bfl B.


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Stuart, James (d. 1798).....88


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Stuart, Charles, sixth Duke of Lennox, third