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    • Early Life and Education
    • Family Life
    • at The English Bar
    • Member of Parliament
    • Lord Chief Justice
    • Lord Mansfield's Rule
    • House of Lords
    • Retirement
    • Legacy
    • Honours

    Murray was born on 2 March 1705, at Scone Palace in Perthshire, Scotland, the fourth son of the 5th Viscount of Stormont and his wife, Margaret, née Scott, and one of eleven children. Both his parents were strong supporters of the Jacobite cause, and his older brother James followed "The Old Pretender" into exile. The Jacobite sympathies of Murray'...

    Murray married Elizabeth Finch. They did not have children and took care of their niece, Lady Elizabeth Murray (born 1760), after her mother died. When Mansfield's nephew Captain Sir John Lindsay returned to Britain in 1765 following the Seven Years' War and his assignment in the West Indies, he brought his natural daughter whom he called Elizabeth...

    Murray's first contact when he moved to London was William Hamilton, a Scottish-born barrister who was said to be the first Scot to practise at the English Bar, and one of the few people who was qualified to act as a barrister in both England and Scotland. Hamilton had been one of Murray's sponsors when he joined Lincoln's Inn in 1724, and when Mur...

    Murray had repeatedly refused to become a Member of Parliament, saying he had no interest in politics. In 1742, however, the government of Sir Robert Walpole fell, and Murray's brother-in-law, the Earl of Nottingham, became First Lord of the Admiralty in the new Cabinet. With this added political influence, Murray hoped to be appointed to a governm...

    Anyone wishing to become a judge was required to be a Serjeant-at-law, which Murray was not; as such, he left Lincoln's Inn to join Serjeant's Inn. He qualified as a Serjeant-at-law on 8 November 1756, and was sworn in as Lord Chief Justice at the house of the Lord Chancellor that evening.Immediately afterwards he was created Baron Mansfield. On 19...

    Lord Mansfield is frequently mentioned in modern legal settings as the originator of "Lord Mansfield's Rule", in his own words: "...the law of England is clear, that the declarations of a father or mother, cannot be admitted to bastardize the issue born after marriage." This quote comes from Mansfield's appellate decision in Goodright v Moss (1777)...

    After the formation of the Fox-North Coalition, Mansfield agreed to act as Speaker of the House of Lords, taking up his post in February 1783. The main item of debate during the Coalition Ministry was the East India Bill, which provoked bitter arguments in both the House of Lords and House of Commons. In an attempt to speed up the process of passin...

    Despite failing health, Mansfield refused to officially leave his post as Lord Chief Justice because George III was opposed to the appointment of Mansfield's protégé Francis Buller to the position after Mansfield resigned. The government of the time instead suggested Lloyd Kenyon as a possible successor. Mansfield clung to office until 1788 (despit...

    English law saw significant changes during Mansfield's career. As lord chief justice, Mansfield had done much to reform the way the courts worked, making it easier for people to gain access to legal aid, and also making the process much less expensive. He was also noted for his insistence that equity should be applied by all courts, not just the Co...

    Mansfield is immortalised in St Stephen's Hall, where he and other notable Parliamentarians look on at visitors to Parliament. 1. In 1801 a marble monument to him by John Flaxman was installed in Westminster Abbey; it shows Murray flanked by the personifications of Wisdom and Justice,with an inscription that reads: 1. The town of Mansfield, Massach...

  3. 26/06/2022 · COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Following a 3.4 magnitude earthquake early Sunday morning, four aftershocks were recorded. The most recent aftershock was recorded at 4:39 p.m. Sunday and measured at a 1.5 ...

  4. 01/07/2022 · July 1, 2022, 3:06 AM · 4 min read. Competition at Wimbledon is now underway with the finals to conclude the weekend of July 9-10. The All-England Club which runs this championship, dating back to July 1868, no longer has to worry about inclement weather so all events will take place in a timely and orderly manner. Loran Smith.

  5. 27/06/2022 · June 27, 2022, 12:58 PM · 2 min read. Who said what at Wimbledon on Wednesday, the third day of the 2022 championships at the All England Club: "I am most definitely not a better tennis player than Andy Murray. I might have been a little bit better than him today." -- John Isner after his first win in nine meetings against Andy Murray.

  6. 29/06/2022 · June 29, 2022, 3:20 PM · 3 min read Jun. 29—AUGUSTA — Two national retail chains are eyeing an Augusta location for future stores. Documents on file at the city of Augusta indicate that both Hobby...

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