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  what to do in peeblesshire, what's on peebles, visitor attractions, snowdrop display, castles, historic houses, ...
From the internationally renowned mountain biking at Glentress Forest to the magnificent gardens in the area; from Scotland's oldest inhabited house to Scotland's newest theatre - there's visitor attractions for all ages in Tweeddale.
And whatever time of year you visit, there are amazing things to see in the natural world - from the gold of autumn, to some of the finest displays of snowdrops in Britain in early spring at Dawyck and Kailzie.
Tweeddale museum and gallery aim to present a lively and diverse programme of events and exhibitions in this historic building throughout the year.
www.visittweeddale.com /what_to_do   (402 words)

  
  Marquesses Of John Hay Tweeddale - LoveToKnow 1911
TWEEDDALE JOHN HAY, 2ND Earl and IST Marquess Of Tweeddale (1626-1697), was the eldest son of John, 8th Lord Hay of Yester (c.
In Scotland he sought to mitigate the harshness shown by the English government to the Covenanters, and for this attitude he was dismissed from his offices in 1674; but he regained an official position in 1680 and held it during the reign of James II.
John, 4th Marquess Of Tweeddale (C. 1695-1762), eldest son of the 3rd marquess, was chief secretary of state for Scotland from 1742 to 1746 and extraordinary lord of session from 1721 until his death.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Marquesses_Of_John_Hay_Tweeddale   (749 words)

  
 MARQUESSES OF TWEEDDALE - Online Information article about MARQUESSES OF TWEEDDALE
TWEEDDALE (1626-1697), was the eldest son of John, 8th See also:
My name is Christine Tenille Tweeddale, dob 02/06/1986.I live in Wanganui New Zealand.
My father is Murray Stuart Tweeddale and his father is Stuart Tweeddale of Taihape NZ.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /TUM_VAN/TWEEDDALE_MARQUESSES_OF.html   (789 words)

  
 The Hays of Tweeddale
Prior to the opening of the parliamentary session of 1703, the Marquis of Tweeddale and the Duke of Hamilton, accompanied by the Earls of Marischal and Rothes, made a personal application to her Majesty for the dissolution of the Parliament, which was virtually the Convention of Estates that had framed the Revolution settlement.
Lord Tweeddale was conspicuous for his stature and strength; and numerous anecdotes have been told of his gallantry in the field, and of the terrible effect with which he wielded a sabre longer by a good many inches than the regulation weapon.
The extraordinary strength of Lord Tweeddale’s constitution, invigorated as it was by athletic exercises, in which he was a great adept, bade fair, notwithstanding his great age, to prolong his life a good many years beyond the period at which it was unexpectedly brought to a close through the effects of an unfortunate accident.
www.electricscotland.com /webclans/families/hays_tweeddale.htm   (7421 words)

  
 Columbia Missourian - Life Stories
Tweeddale was employed as a secretary with Dee & Lucy Montplaiser and attended Christian Fellowship Church.
Tweeddale is survived by her daughter and son, both of Columbia; a stepdaughter, Lisa Hackett of Moberly; a sister, Agnes Brady of Port Angles, Wash.; and five grandchildren.
Tweeddale would have wanted her death “celebrated and not mourned,” her son said.
www.columbiamissourian.com /obits/obit.php?ID=587   (373 words)

  
 History Scotland Magazine: Unlucky or Incompetent? History's Verdict on General Sir John Cope
The letter reminded Tweeddale that, as a result of 'disarming' legislation enacted after the first major Jacobite rebellion thirty years earlier, the clans were largely denuded of weapons.
Then, having obtained his letters of credit from Tweeddale, he converted them immediately into cash at Edinburgh banking houses, so that he would be able to meet his payroll along the way.
There was the matter, too, of Tweeddale's orders, which as Cope understood them absolutely committed him to march to one fort or another.
www.historyscotland.com /features/unluckyorincompetent.html   (2362 words)

  
 Life & Death In Bronze Age Tweeddale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The speaker at the joint meeting of the Tweeddale Society and Peeblesshire Archaeological Society will be Tam Ward, of Biggar Museum Trust, archaeological enthusiast and natural communicator.
He has been carrying out groundbreaking work in Lanarkshire and Peeblesshire over the last two decades and was awarded the MBE in 2001 for services to archaeology.
His talk is entitled’ Life and Death in Bronze Age Tweeddale’, which is based on work by local archaeologists and other knowledge of the Bronze Age in Upper Tweeddale.
www.eastgatearts.com /events/auditorium/bronzeage   (116 words)

  
 Tweeddale, John Hay, 2d earl and 1st marquess of — FactMonster.com
Tweeddale, John Hay, 2d earl and 1st marquess of — FactMonster.com
Tweeddale, John Hay, 2d earl and 1st marquess of, 1626–97, Scottish statesman.
In the English civil war he left the party of Charles I and fought for Parliament at Marston Moor (1644), but when Charles promised to support Presbyterianism, he fought for the king at Preston (1648).
www.factmonster.com /ce6/people/A0849806.html   (188 words)

  
 This is Local London | CommuniGate | Tweeddale Celebrates 70 Years
The PTFA at Tweeddale Primary School, Carshalton have pulled out all the stops this year, to make the Summer Fete one to remember.
Mrs Jane Faulkner former pupil and PTFA Chairperson, “My children are the 3rd generation to go to Tweeddale, I feel as though the school is in my blood as it has been a large part of my life.
I help out with some of the extra-curricular clubs, the children of Tweeddale are a pleasure to be around, you could be having the worst day but the children will have a joke with you, which keeps your spirits up.
www.communigate.co.uk /london/tweeddaleptfa   (770 words)

  
 short breaks scotland, scottish borders, peeblesshire, hotels, bed and breakfast, self catering, visitor attractions, ...
Adventure Glentress is the No. 1 visitor attraction in the Scottish Borders for mountain bikers.
Yet the visitor reaches this area known as Tweeddale, around Peebles - with visitor attractions like Kailzie Gardens and Dawyck Gardens - after only 40 minutes by car from Edinburgh airport.
© Tweeddale Tourist Consortia 2004 - 07
www.visittweeddale.com   (247 words)

  
 :: The Border Telegraph >> Melrose, Selkirk and Central Borders ::
She told us: “People from all over the area have been contacting me over the weekend that they have either received the wrong papers, for a Tweeddale ward, or no papers at all.
Scottish Borders Council vowed four years ago that the shambles that surrounded the counts would never be repeated.
In 2003 Jeremy Purvis wasn’t officially returned as the member for Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale until the Friday afternoon — some 13 hours behind the Hamilton seat.
www.bordertelegraph.com /?module=displaystory&story_id=1296&format=html   (607 words)

  
 LondonTown.com | Tweeddale Grove Guide | Tweeddale Grove London, UB10, England, UK | London Streets by Street
Tweeddale Grove is located in the borough of Hillingdon
Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.
The nearest underground station to Tweeddale Grove is 'Ickenham ' which is about 8 minutes to the South West.
www.londontown.com /LondonStreets/tweeddale_grove_4f3.html   (90 words)

  
 Tweeddale Court   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is No. 69, near the centre of this map on the left hand side.
Tweeddale Court can be found down a short close leading to the south from the Royal Mile, almost opposite John Knox House.
The house at the back of the court is Tweeddale Mansion.
www.edinphoto.org.uk /0_STREET/0_street_views_-_tweeddale_court.htm   (160 words)

  
 Ancestry.co.uk - Genealogie [sic] of the Hayes of Tweeddale
Ancestry.co.uk - Genealogie [sic] of the Hayes of Tweeddale
Elegy on the never enough to be lamented death of the Right Honourable Lord John Hay, Marquis of Tweddel, who departed this life the 21st May 1713 Appendix.
Ane Epitome or abridgement of what past at the L(ord) B[almerino] his arraignement criminall before the Justice, when he was put to the Tryall of Ane Assyse Appendix.
content.ancestry.co.uk /iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=23399&offerid=0:7858:0   (226 words)

  
 Activity holidays, tweeddale, active, adventure holidays, peeblesshire, scottish borders, mountain biking, glentress, ...
Glentress Forest is not just the no. 1 visitor attraction in the Scottish Borders, but it was also voted the top UK trail in 2003 and is Scotland's most popular mountain biking centre.
The walk is part of the Southern Upland Way, a 212 mile journey from coast to coast which passes through Tweeddale at Traquair as well as St. Mary's Loch.
Or come walking in the beautiful glen of the Holms Water near the village of Broughton, at the Glenholm Centre, an ideal place to come for a quiet stroll and picnic by the river or a more strenuous hill climb.
www.visittweeddale.com /activity.html   (652 words)

  
 Where to Eat, peebles restaurants, peeblesshire, award winning beer, restaurants, hotel restaurants, eating out, ...
Where to Eat, peebles restaurants, peeblesshire, award winning beer, restaurants, hotel restaurants, eating out, scottish borders, micro breweries, local beer, scottish beers, local ales, Tweeddale Tourist Consortia
There are a wide range of places to eat in Peeblesshire, and we are currently adding new members in 2007 to extend the range.
A pioneer of micro brewing, the rich dark traditional Scottish Ales continue to be brewed using the original equipment and fermented in the old oak tuns giving the ales their unique flavours.
www.visittweeddale.com /food_and_drink   (285 words)

  
 Tweeddale Museum and Gallery - Scottish Borders Council   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tweeddale Museum and Gallery - Scottish Borders Council
Tweeddale Museum was established by William Chambers, the founder of the famous publishing house.
His aim was to create a centre of learning in his home town.
www.scotborders.gov.uk /outabout/museums/3132.html   (143 words)

  
 Overview of Tweeddale Museum & Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Tweeddale Museum & Gallery is located on the High Street in Peebles, in what was the Chambers Institute, a building donated to the people of Peebles by Dr William Chambers (1800-83), the publisher.
The main part of the building is home to the Tweeddale Museum, which houses exhibits highlighting the history of the area, as well as displaying the collection established by Chambers.
The building dates back to the 15th C. and incorporates the Queensberry Lodging (1644), a property of the Dukes of Queensberry, where William Douglas, the 4th Duke (1724 - 1810), known as the 'Old Q', was born.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk /scotgaz/features/featurefirst7008.html   (232 words)

  
 thePeerage.com - Ellenor Harriet Maria Harford and others
He is the son of David George Montagu Hay, 12th Marquess of Tweeddale and Hon.
He is the son of David George Montagu Hay, 12th Marquess of Tweeddale and Nella Doreen Dutton.
She married, secondly, Lt.-Col. Lord Edward Douglas John Hay, son of William Montagu Hay, 10th Marquess of Tweeddale and Candida Louise Bartolucci, on 5 July 1928.
www.thepeerage.com /p3678.htm   (806 words)

  
 Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale | Aristotle | Guardian Unlimited Politics
This is a new constituency created by the 2005 Scottish boundary changes.
It is a composite of the former seats of Dumfries (53%), Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale (21%) Clydesdale (16%) and Galloway and upper Nithsdale (10%).
It is considered to be a notional hold for Labour.
politics.guardian.co.uk /hoc/constituency/0,9338,-885,00.html   (74 words)

  
 10th Marquis of Tweeddale and Lady Clémentine Hay by Lafayette 1897   (Site not responding. Last check: )
William Montagu Hay, 10th Marquis of Tweeddale (1826-1911); Indian Civil Servant; Liberal Unionist MP; Lord High Commissioner to the Church of Scotland; Chairman and Director of several public companies.
Lady (Susan Elizabeth) Clémentine Hay, later Lady Clémentine Waring (1879-1964); eldest daughter of 10th Marquis of Tweeddale; m.
Biog: (Marquis of Tweeddale) Burke's Peerage; The Complete Peerage; The Times, 27 November 1911 p 11c.
lafayette.150m.com /twe1321.html   (387 words)

  
 Book Review > Muller’s Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics (by John W. Tweeddale) 0801026180 « The ...
Knowing I was fully unqualified to write a review on such a scholastic work, I reached out to John W. Tweeddale and he graciously accepted the invitation.
He gives us advice on how to best use Muller’s work and shows us the importance of it in contemporary church culture (like when John connects an understanding reformed theological roots to the growing concern over the emerging/emergent church concerns).
John W. Tweeddale is a ministerial candidate in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and graduated from William Carey University and Reformed
spurgeon.wordpress.com /2007/02/13/richard-muller-post-reformation-reformed-dogmatics-john-w-tweeddale-0801026180   (4546 words)

  
 Overview of Tweeddale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The name of an area which was later applied to the former county of Peebles, Tweeddale occupies the upper reaches of the River Tweed from its source south of Glenbreck to its confluence with the Lyne Water, 3 miles (5 km) west of Peebles.
It gives its name to the title of Marquess of Tweeddale.
The history of the area is featured in the Tweeddale Museum & Gallery which is located in the former Chambers Institution in Peebles, a building donated to the town in 1859 by the publisher Dr W. Chambers (1800-83).
www.geo.ed.ac.uk:81 /scotgaz/features/featurefirst3891.html   (138 words)

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