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  Encyclopedia: Lord Hamilton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Baron Hamilton of Glenawly (1660), Baron Hamilton of Stackallen (1715), Baron Hamilton of Hameldon (1776), Baron Hamilton of Wishaw (1831), Baron Hamilton of Dalzell (1886)
James, 2nd Lord Hamilton, son of the 1st lord and Princess Mary, was created earl of Arran in 1503; and his son James, who was regent of Scotland from 1542 to 1554, received in February 1549 a grant of the duchy of Chfltellerault in Poitou.
At the pacification of Perth in 1573 the Hamiltons abandoned Marys cause, and a reconciliation with the Douglases was sealed by Lord Johns marriage with Margaret, daughter of the 7th Lord Glamis, a cousin of the regent Morton.
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 Lord George Hamilton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A son of the 1st Duke of Abercorn, Hamilton was M.P. for Middlesex (1868-85) and for Ealing (1885-1906).
Ronald James Hamilton (1872-1958), who fought in the First World War, was wounded and in 1919 invested as O.B.E. He was awarded with the decoration of the Order of the Crown of Belgium.
Anthony George Hamilton (1874-1936, who fought in the First World War and gained the rank of Major in the service of the East Kent Regiment.
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 Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lord Robert Cecil was the second son of the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury.
Lord Randolph Churchill – Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons
Lord James of Hereford – Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
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The Admiralty (officially Lords Commissioners for Executing the Office of Lord High Admiral) or the Board of the Admiralty is a division of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence overseeing the affairs of the Royal Navy.
In 1628, Charles I put the office of 'Lord High Admiral' into commission and control of the Royal Navy passed to a committee in the form of 'the Board of the Admiralty'.
Control of the Navy was passed to and from the board and the 'Lord High Admiral' a number of times until 1709 when the powers of the 'Lord High Admiral' were legally enshrined in 'the Board of the Admiralty' and its ministerial president the 'First Lord of the Admiralty'.
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 Lord George Hamilton: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Lord George Francis Hamilton (17 December 1845 - 22 September 1927) was a British Conservative (A person who has conservative ideas or opinions) politician of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Anthony George Hamilton (1874-1936, who fought in the First World War and gained the rank of Major in the service of the East Kent Regiment (additional info and facts about East Kent Regiment).
Robert Cecil Hamilton (1882-1947), who fought in the First World War and gained the rank of Vice-Admiral in the service of the Royal Navy (additional info and facts about Royal Navy).
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 Encyclopedia: Lord George Hamilton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
His Grace The Duke of Abercorn James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Abercorn, KG (January 21, 1811 - October 31, 1885) was a British Conservative nobleman and statesman who twice served as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Lord Randolph Churchill - Chancellor of the Exchequer
George Joachim Goschen succeeds Lord Randolph Churchill as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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 pokinroundcliveden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George Hamilton, son of the 1st Earl of Selkirk (this one didn't have a sun tan) had been born the same year that Buckingham had commenced building Cliveden in 1666 (year of the Great Beast 666).
Hamilton had married a cousin of Buckingham's, Elizabeth Villiers who had been a bedmate of the puppet-king, William of Orange.
During Hamilton's time at Cliveden he lowered the height of the house from 4 storeys to 3 and added wings to the east and the west.
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 FitzMaurice Earls of Orkney
Lord George Hamilton (1666—1737), 5th son of Lord William Douglas (Duke of Hamilton for life) and Anne (Duchess of Hamilton).
George was created Lord Dechmont, Viscount Kirkwall, and Earl of Orkney (peerage of Scotland) in 1696.
In 1872, George married Amelia, widow of the Baron de Samuel, a peer of Portugal.
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Lord Beaconsfield, writing to a friend, once said that he had just emerged from an attack of the gout, "of renovating ferocity," and this phrase might have been applied to the long succession of gouty illnesses which were always harassing Lord Derby.
Lord Knutsford, Secretary of State for the Colonies from 1887 to 1892, was a son of Sir Henry Holland, M.D. (1788-1873), who doctored half the celebrities of Europe; and one of Sir Henry's first cousins was the incomparable Mrs.
Lord and Lady Halifax had seven children, of whom the eldest was Charles Lindley Wood--the subject of the present sketch--born in 1839; and the second, Emily Charlotte, wife of Hugo Meynell-Ingram, of Hoar Cross and Temple Newsam.
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 TCG Financial Partners
Lord Robertson began his career as an official of the General, Municipal and Boilermakers' Union, responsible for the Scottish Whisky industry in 1968.
Lord Robertson was born in the village police station in Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, Scotland on April 12, 1946.
Lord Robertson attended the University of Dundee and received a Masters Degree with honors in economics in 1968.
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 National Portrait Gallery A-Z of Portrait Sitters (H)
George, Lord Haddo (1764-1791), Eldest son of 3rd Earl of Aberdeen.
Mervyn George Haigh (1887-1962), Bishop of Coventry and of Winchester.
George Hans Hamilton (died 1905), Archdeacon of Northumberland and Canon of Durham.
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Lord Kitchener was opposed to the idea, which seemed to him irregular, unnecessary, and expensive, involving a waste of transport, rations, and clerks' labour.
Lord Robert Cecil need not adopt the tricks of a mountebank to achieve leadership of the British nation, but he must contract so entire a faith in the sacred character of his mission that all the inhibiting diffidencies of his modest nature will henceforth seem to him like the whisperings of temptation.
Lord Northcliffe, with all his faults, is a man to whom statesmen may speak their minds without loss of influence, but there are other newspaper proprietors, financiers of commercialized journalism, with whom a man of Mr.
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 Secretary of State for India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Edward Henry Stanley, Lord Stanley 1858 - 1859
George Frederick Samuel Robinson, 2nd Earl of Ripon 1866
George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll 1868 - 1874
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 Extension Update: This Week's Program Feature: Technology in the Field   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The humidity was extremely high, so much so, that the lens on the camera fogged up between focusing and trying to snap a photograph.
Wilner used the farm's computer to email the images and plant descriptions to Bill Lord and George Hamilton.
Hamilton directed Wilner back into the greenhouse to look for some specific disease indicators of "tomato leaf mold." Indeed, his estimate was correct, and the indicators were present.
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 Lord George Hamilton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Lord Aberdeen: A biography of the fourth Earl of Aberdeen, K.G., K.T., Prime Minister 1852-1855
The correspondence of Lord Aberdeen and Princess Lievan, 1832-1854 ([Royal Historical Society.
The correspondence of Lord Aberdeen and Princess Lievan, 1832-1854
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Quoting Lord Lansdowne, he said that the Members of the House of Commons also wanted that justice be done.
In reply, Lord Elgin said that his own sympathy was bound to be with the Indians.
If Lord Elgin should say that separate laws would be made for those who had gone to England, he would be insulting the others; if, on the other hand, he should say that they would not get the rights, it would be gross injustice.
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 Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen -
George Gordon was the grandson of the 3rd Earl of Aberdeen.
His mother died in 1791 and his father in 1795, leaving him in the care of two guardians: William Pitt the Younger (the prime minister) and the future Lord Melville.
He was sent to Harrow private school when he was 10, and succeeded to the earldom when his grandfather died in 1801.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg372 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
George GORDON 1st Marquess [Parents] was born 1563.
George GORDON 2nd Marquess was born 1589 and died 1649.
George GORDON 1st Marquess was born 1563 and died 1636.
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 NATO Who's who?: NATO SecGen Lord Robertson
The Right Honourable Lord Robertson of Port Ellen has been the 10th Secretary General of NATO and Chairman of the North Atlantic Council since October 1999.
He was Defence Secretary of the United Kingdom from 1997-1999 and Member of Parliament for Hamilton and Hamilton South from 1978-1999.
George Islay MacNeill Robertson was born in 1946 in Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, Scotland, and educated at Dunoon Grammar School and the University of Dundee.
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 George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th earl of Aberdeen --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Aberdeen, George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of, Viscount Gordon Of Aberdeen, Viscount Of Formartine, Lord Haddo, Methlick, Tarves, And Kellie...
English lord and instigator of the anti-Catholic Gordon riots in London (1780).
In a dramatization, George Washington recalls crossing the Delaware, spending the winter at Valley Forge and defeating the British at the Battle of Yorktown.
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 The Nation, 08/24/1899 - The Week
The condition of India, as described in the speech made by member of parliament in Great Britain George Hamilton in introducing his budget, is much better than has been supposed.
...As to establishing the gold standard, Lord G. Hamilton emphatically declared that he never would have considered it had he not satisfied himself that the establishment of such a standard would be one of the most effective instruments for improving the industrial condition of the lowest paid of the wage-earners of India...
...Lord Russell, the Chief Justice of England, is quoted as saying that there had been no testimony in support of the charge against Dreyfus that would warrant an English magistrate in holding him tor a regular trial...
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 Lord George Gordon --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Lord George Gordon, detail of an engraving from a drawing by R. Bran, 1780
Lord Lochinvar Scottish Jacobite who was miscast as a leader in the rebellion of 1715 on behalf of James Edward, the Old Pretender, against King George I. Hewart (of Bury), Gordon Hewart, 1st Viscount
lord chief justice of England from 1922 to 1940.
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 Prime Ministers and Some Others
Of Lord Russell's political consistency I have already spoken; and it was most conspicuously displayed in his lifelong zeal for the extension of the suffrage.
In 1878 he accompanied Lord Beaconsfield to the Congress of Berlin, being second Plenipotentiary; and when on their return he drove through the acclaiming streets of London in the back seat of the Triumphal Car, it was generally surmised that he had established Page 53 his claim to the ultimate reversion of the Premiership.
The first Lord Gifford (1779-1826), who was successively Lord Chief Justice and Master of the Rolls, Page 88 had owed much in early life to the goodwill of Lord Eldon, and, in honour of his patron, he named one of his sons' Scott.
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 Dramatis Personae
Dost's relationship with the British and with Burnes was undermined, however, by a communication in January 1838 from Lord Auckland, demanding that he cease treating with the Russians, as well as give up his claims on Peshawar, in favour of the Sikh claims of Ranjit Singh.
Recalled in 1844 and was replaced as Governor General by Lord Hardinge of Lahore, his brother-in-law.
Was deputed by Lord Mayo to lead the first mission in 1870, assisted by Shaw, and Henderson.
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 The Journal to Stella, by Jonathan Swift (letter52)
Lord Treasurer would not come here from London, because it would make a noise if he came before his usual time, which is Saturday, and he goes away on Mondays.
She is the wisest woman I ever saw; and Lord Treasurer made great use of her advice in the late change of affairs.
In 1695 she married Lord George Hamilton (son of Lord William Douglas, afterwards Duke of Hamilton), who was raised to the peerage of Scotland in 1696 as Earl of Orkney.
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 The Muslim Rule in India: Aurangzeb & Tipu Sultan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He knew that this history was 'originally compiled by European writers' whose main objective was to produce a history that would serve their policy of divide and rule.
Lord Curzon (Governor General of India 1895-99 and Viceroy 1899-1904, d.1925) was told by the Secretary of State for India, George Francis Hamilton, that they 'should so plan the educational text books that the differences between community and community are further strengthened'.
Another Viceroy, Lord Dufferin (1884-88), was advised by the Secretary of State in London that the 'division of religious feelings is greatly to our advantage', and that he expected 'some good as a result of your committee of inquiry on Indian education and on teaching material'.
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 SC Historical Society: This morning Captain Ross, aid-de-camp to Lieutenant-general Earl Cornwallis, arrived in town ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In my dispatch, No. 1, I had the honour to inform your lordship, that while at Charles town, I was regularly acquainted, by Lord Rawdon, with every material (a.) incident or movement made by the enemy, or by the troops under his lordship's command.
The behaviour of His Majesty's troops in general was beyond all praise; it did honour to themselves and to their country.
I was particularly indebted to Colonel Lord Rawdon, and to Lieutenant-colonel Webster, for the distinguished courage and ability with which they conducted their respective divisions; and the capacity and vigour of Lieutenant-colonel Tarleton, at the head of the cavalry, deserve my highest commendations.
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There seems to be every reason for hoping that Lord Elgin will grant a commission and if he does, it will be exceedingly good.
You should not take anything from this letter about the Deputation to work up an article because the proceedings of the deputation are supposed to be [private] 2.
We have asked Lord Elgin to give us the text of the cablegram and the name of the sender.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 2943
George Hamilton and Elizabeth Onslow, on 20 July 1795.
     Lord Henry Seymour was born on 15 December 1746.
He was the son of Admiral Lord Hugh Seymour and Lady Anne Horatia Waldegrave.
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