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A new biographical dictionary: containing concise notices of eminent persons

A new biographical dictionary: containing concise notices of eminent persons

Source : Internet Archive

A new biographical dictionary: containing concise notices of eminent persons

A new biographical dictionary: containing concise notices of eminent persons

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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and character of the ill-fated Mary Stuart. The result was the publication of


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monarchy in the person of Charles Stuart. Being found guilty, he was hangdi, drawn, and quartered, a July, 16{8.


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IV., the prince of Scotland, James Stuart, sailing to France for education.


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The Life and Martyrdom of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland/ The latter work is in Flemish.


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loyalty. He was killed by James Stuart, jun.f of Dunearn, in a duel arising out of a political dispute, 37


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works comprise a history of Charles Stuart the Pretender, and of his expedition to Scotland, a history of the Germanic


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was the unhappy fate of Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, in the twenty-first year of his age. It is supposed that


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Scotland during the time of Mary Stuart.


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England was the son of Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, Dy Mary, daughter of James V. He was born 1566, and


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to his daughter, the ill-fated Mary Stuart. *>


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1751 her novel of * Harriet Stuart,' which was followed the next year by 'The Female Quixote.' After this appeared,


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MARY STUART, Queen of Scotland, was born in the palace of Linlithgow 7 Dec., 1543.


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in the family of Sir John Stuart, he permanently fixed his residence in the English metropolis, and devoting himself to


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Sir William Chambers, and accompanied Mr. Stuart to Greece. Mr. Reveley built the church of All Saints, at Southampton, and


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He was the fellow-traveller of James Stuart, and joint editor of 'The Antiquities and Ruins of Athens/ where they resided


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Arabella, was the daughter of Charles Stuart, eart of Lennox, the younger brother of Henry Lord Darnley, father of James


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STUART, Arabella, commonly called the Lady Arabella, was the daughter of Charles Stuart, eart of Lennox,


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1766, was the brother of Peter Stuart, who started the first daily evening paper, the' Star,' in 1788. The same


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to be distinguished from Mr. James Stuart, of Duncan (born 1776), who also became editor of the ' Courier/ and


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in which university his father, George Stuart, who died in 1793, was professor of humanity. Gilbert, after leaving the high


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STUART, Daniel, an English journalist, born 1766, was the brother of Peter Stuart, who started the


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Courier.' From these successful ventures Mr. Stuart retired into private life with an ample fortune, and died in London a$


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STUART, Charles Edward, the Young Pretender. See Charles Edward.


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STUART, Henry, earl of Darnley. See Dark-ley.


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STUART, John, carl of Bute. See Bote.


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STUART, Gilbert Charles, a portrait painter,


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WORTLEY, Lady Bmmeline Charlotte Elizabeth Stuart, was bora a May, 1806, being the third daughter of John Henry, fifth


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being the second son of James Stuart, commonly called the Old Pretender, by Maria Clementina Sobieski. Towards the dose of


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YORK, Hbnrt Benedict Maria Clkmess Stuart, Cardinal, titular dure o,, the last descendant of the royal house of