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  1. He is the heir male of James, Duke of Monmouth (9 April 1649 – 15 July 1685), the eldest illegitimate son of Charles II and his mistress, Lucy Walter. Scott was once Scotland's largest private landowner, owning 217,000 acres (880 km 2 ) of Scottish land, but was surpassed by Anders Holch Povlsen who currently holds 221,000 acres (890 km 2 ) in the country.

  2. Horacio Nelson, I vizconde de Nelson, I duque de Bronté (Burnham Thorpe, Inglaterra, 29 de septiembre de 1758-Cabo de Trafalgar, 21 de octubre de 1805), fue un vicealmirante de la Marina Real británica, conocido por sus victorias durante las Guerras revolucionarias francesas y las Guerras napoleónicas, particularmente por su victoria en Trafalgar.

  3. In hopes of converting him to Roman Catholicism, James sent him a priest, but Buckingham ridiculed his arguments. He died on 16 April 1687, from a chill caught while hunting, in the house of a tenant in Kirkbymoorside in Yorkshire (it is known as Buckingham House and it is located in the town centre), expressing great repentance and feeling himself "despised by my country and I fear forsaken ...

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