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  1. 23 de ene. de 2023 · John Stuart was born on 25 May 1713 in Edinburgh, to James Earl of Bute, and Anne Campbell. Bute was fortunate enough to be born into the, Earldom of Bute, an honour bestowed on his grandfather. Like many other aristocrats of his time he attended Eton school, where the year before joining upon his father’s death in 1723, he inherited the Earldom of Bute.

  2. 23 de ene. de 2023 · 23 January 2023 John Stuart, Earl of Bute, the UK's first prime minister 23 January 2023 James Stewart Earl of Moray was assassinated - On this day in history 23 January 2023 Scottish MP Joseph Hume was born - On this day in history 22 January 2023 Scottish theologian George Gillespie was born - On this day in history 21 January 2023

  3. 22 de ene. de 2023 · He held the office of Hereditary Sheriff of Perthshire in 1471.2 He sat in Parliament among the feudal barons as Laird of Ruthven.2 He held the office of Conservator of a Truce with England in 1484.2 He was invested as a Knight in January 1483/84.2 He fought in the Battle of Sauchieburn in 1488, where he sided with King James III against the rebel nobles.2 He was created 1st Lord Ruthven [Scotland] on 29 January 1487/88.2 He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) [Scotland] in ...

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    To its position between the riversAvon and Stour the site of Christchurch owed its earlier name ofTwinham, representing an old English betwux thmeaum, 'between the waters.' The Hampshire Twinham first appears in the chronicle in the annal for901, which relates the events of 899, the year ofKing Alfred's death. Upon that event Ethelwold, ayounger so...

    CHRISTCHURCH CASTLE was probably erected by Richard de Redvers afterhe had received the grant of the manorfrom Henry I. (fn. 126) Its descent was identical with thatof the manor or honour (fn. 127)of which it formed the'caput.' The keep on its mound was excepted fromthe grant of the borough to the Rt. Hon. GeorgeRose in 1791, and is now the propert...

    The earliest record of CHRISTCHURCH that has been found is a grantin the year 939 by King Athelstan tothe monastery at Milton in Hampshire of one weiron the Avon there. (fn. 133) In 1086 the manor of Christchurch belonged to the Crown, but since the time ofthe Confessor the woodland had been absorbed intothe king's forest, the profits of the manor ...

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    Hace 6 días · By 1790 he had settled at Kew, where as well as making detailed paintings and drawings of flower dissections, often at microscopic level, he tutored Queen Charlotte, her daughter Princess Elizabeth and William Hooker in the art of illustration, and often entertained friends and botanists at his home.

  5. 25 de ene. de 2023 · Royal physician Sir Theodore Turquet de Mayerne’s meticulous record of James’ symptoms – frequent bouts of colic, diarrhea, vomiting, palpitations, fast and irregular pulse, difficulty swallowing, rashes and skin lesions, pain and weakness in the limbs, bouts of melancholy, fits of unconsciousness, convulsions, and “water red like Alicante wine” – also allowed for a hindsight diagnosis of porphyria. 10 The latter was the clincher.

  6. 24 de ene. de 2023 · Robert II, also called (until 1371) Robert the Steward, or (1357–71) Robert Stewart, Earl of Strathearn, (born March 2, 1316—died April 19, 1390, Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scot.), king of Scots from 1371, first of the Stewart (Stuart) sovereigns in Scotland. Heir presumptive for more than 50 years, he had little effect on Scottish political and military ...