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  1. 26/09/2022 · Argyll, Archibald Campbell, 10th earl of (d. 1703). Scottish politician. Following the attainder and execution in 1685 of his father, the 9th earl, Argyll's chief objective was to assume his patrimony as head of the Campbell clan. Failing to obtain recognition from James II, he joined William of Orange in 1688 and accompanied him to England.

  2. 27/09/2022 · Live updating Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll news and videos on One News Page, trusted since 2008 • Monitor hand-curated, verified media outlets for their Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll coverage on One News Page.

  3. 26/09/2022 · Archibald Campbell Argyll, 1st duke of (ärgīl´), d. 1703, Scottish nobleman; eldest son of the 9th earl of Argyll. Having unsuccessfully sought favor with James II in order to recover the estates forfeited by his father, he supported the cause of William of Orange and formally offered William and Mary the crown of Scotland in 1689.

  4. 26/09/2022 · Lady Mary Russell, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Haddington, was 19 when the Queen married Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Lady Mary has died aged 88, reports The Times. It read ...

  5. The Duke of York was the title given to the second son (in Regency days, there Really was a Grand Old Duke of York who was nominally in charge of the Army, and did “march his men to the top of of the hill and marched them down again”, it was held by the Queen’s father when his brother was Prince of Wales, and then given to Andrew on marriage.

  6. 27/09/2022 · John Albert Edward William Spencer-Churchill, 10th Duke of Marlborough, DL (18 September 1897 – 11 March 1972), styled Marquess of Blandford until 1934, was a British military officer and peer. Contents

  7. 01/10/2022 · Wild About Argyll partners with Data Thistle, the UK's leading live events data business To add your events to please submit them using the form at datathistle.com/wild-about-argyll As well as our own website, by using this form your events will also be distributed to a range of partners, including Visit Scotland, online travel agents, media partners, transport companies and more.