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The Lennox. Vol. 1. Memoirs. (Vol. 2. Muniments.) [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles, and genealogical tables

The Lennox. Vol. 1. Memoirs. (Vol. 2. Muniments.) [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles, and genealogical tables

Source : Internet Archive

The Lennox. Vol. 1. Memoirs. (Vol. 2. Muniments.) [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles, and genealogical tables

The Lennox. Vol. 1. Memoirs. (Vol. 2. Muniments.) [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles, and genealogical tables

Source : Internet Archive

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in which the late Mr. Andrew Stuart of Torrance was engaged in writing his History of the Stewart Family, vol.


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These Charters are quoted in Mr. Stuart's history , and generally he has made good use of the documents which


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l'arm^e d'Ecosse." The second is, John Stuart, son of the Connetable, who is described " Seigneur d'Aubigny et Concressault, Conseiller


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be noted that when Mr. Andrew Stuart was at the Chateau d'Aubigny, in France, he saw there the following pictures


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" Jehan Stuart, Grand Connetable de Farmed d'Ecosse," with an inscription upon it describing him as


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de Lennox." The eighth is, Charles Stuart, " (fils de George) Due de Lennox et Comte de Litchfield, dernier Seigneur


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d Aubigny." The seventh is, George Stuart, " Seigneur d Aubigny, second fils d'Esme Stuart, Due de Richmond et de


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The fifth is, John Stuart, " Seigneur d'Aubigny, Comte de Beaumont." " The sixth is, Esme Stuart, "


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Beaumont." " The sixth is, Esme Stuart, " premier Due de Lennox, Comte de Dernley, et Baron de Torbolton, Seigneur


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de Jerusalem." The fourth is, Robert Stuart, designed of Aubigny, Comte de Beaumont.


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period. Mr. Andrew Stuart inspected these paintings at Verrerie, and was of opinion that they had been


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and several letters of Frances Theresa Stuart, the beautiful Duchess of the last Duke, Charles, are printed in the Appendix.


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1603 to advance the Lady Arabella Stuart to the throne. Cobham was afterwards granted, by King James the First of


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elder daughter of the Honourable Walter Stuart, third son of Walter first Lord Blantyre, and was born in the year


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survived by his Duchess, Frances Theresa Stuart, to whom King Charles the Second, soon aster his succession to the Dukedom


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to me by his eousin Miss Stuart of Eaglescarnie.


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made missioners of the Treasury. [Andrew Stuart's by Mr. John Inglis, advocate, on behalf of History, p. 210.]


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the Dunrobin Muniments, by Dr. John Stuart, one of the Inspectors for the Commissioners on Historical Manuscripts, in the year


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repositories indenture is said, by Andrew Stuart in his of the Earl of Panmure.


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Andrew Stuart's Genealogical History of - Fordun a Goodal, vol. ii. p. 4S4 , Tytler,


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Siege of Orleans, quoted in Andrew Stuart's Genealogical History of the Stewarts, p. 157. 2


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Andrew Stuart's Genealogical History of the Stewarts, p. 178.


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Earl had a natural son, Alan Stuart of Cardonald, in the parish of Paisley. This son married Marion Semple, and


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Lady Elizabeth Stuart (of Athole), his Countess.


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vol. ii. p. 20S. 3 Andrew Stuart's Genealogical History of the Stewarts, p. 233.


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Earl of Hopetoun, quoted in Andrew Stuart's Genealogical His2


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had by his Countess, Lady Elizabeth Stuart, three sons and one daughter.


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, and his Countess, Lady Elizabeth Stuart, was then resident in the castle, where, some time aster its surrender, she


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of ten days, John and William Stuart, sons of the Abbot of Dryburgh, the keepers of the castle, having no


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into prison the Earl's brother, John Stuart, Lord d'Aubigny, Captain of the Scottish Guard, and deprived him of his offices


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this work, p. 251. de Marie Stuart, torn. i. p. 235.


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Mary created her natural brother, John Stuart, then prior of Coldingham, Lord Darnley, and he at the same time received


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John Stuart, her son to King James the Fifth, received many tokens of the goodwill


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there was an only son, Francis Stuart, who became the second Lord Darnley. Queen Mary was his godmother, and gave


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had three sons. His grandson, Charles Stuart, was a trooper in the civil wars, and he fought at Bothwell Bridge


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first time in connexion with Mary Stuart, in his History of England, Mr. Froude, in giving a few explanatory words


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Labanoff's Recueil des lettres de Marie Stuart, quoted in Miss Strickland's Lives of the Queens of Scotland, vol. v. p.


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favour of his grandfather, Sir John Stuart, in the year 1422, and letters-patent were issued 4th February 1427-8, by which,


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was probably adopted by Sir John Stuart, constable of Scotland, and first Lord d'Aubigny, when fighting in France in aid


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lfl. Ludovic Stuart, second Duke of Lennox, Chamberlain of Scotland, 1586.