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This officer entered the royal navy inas midshipman on board the San Josef, first rate, bearing the flag of Sir Charles Cottort; and subsequently served in the Leonidas frigate. Captain Anselm John Griffiths, on the Mediterranean station. Inhe reed the former ship; and on the 20th May,was appointed lieutenant of the Leviathan 74, Captain Patrick Campbell. On the 29th April,the boats of the Blossom, in company with those of the Undaunted and Volontaire frigates, attacked a French convoy, near the mouth of the Rhone, brought out seven vessels, burnt twelve, including a national schooner of four guns and 74 men, and left two stranded on the beach. A boat of the Blossom, commanded by Lieut. Stirling, also captured and blew up two towers in the bay of St.
John was one of King Robert's ambassadors to France on 31 Jan. The English ambassador Robert Bowes heard it was thought that Elphinstone would escort Huntly back to his home at Huntly Castle in the north.
Add links. Lord Elphinstone — David Foster had been killed at Kirkliston by the Laird of Dunipace and young Laird of Airth on 24 June, and Mar had carried the body in esclrt procession to Linlithgow and Stirling on 12 July with a painted banner showing the murder, which crossed his opponent's lands, leading to a tense situation.
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In the tower there was a wine decanter with seven glasses, a brass warming-pan, and two cabinets with more worthless legal documents. Reserving to the same William of Culloden, and the said Marion, Countess of Angus, and longest liver of them their liferent.
William's marriage to Matilda is also attested to by a precept of sasine to the lands of Dumgoyak esscort other portions of Duntreath dated 17 May Cumming London,p. In John was issued a passport along with 16 men and horses to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and another for the following year for their return. Alexander Elphinstone married Jean Livingston d. Captain Anselm John Griffiths, on the Mediterranean station.
Namespaces Discussion. John- m. The party was picked stirlingshir by a merchant ship, the Maryenknyght of Danzig, full of wool and hides, and sailed down the Leith.
After Lord Elphinstone died inan inventory was taken of his possessions at the Place of Elphinston, or Elphinstone Tower, which had been sealed in a coffer. On the reation of the above William of Culloden and Marion Stewart, Countess of Angus, the King's aunt, father and mother of the said William Edmonstone, the younger, tenure in fee and heritage for ever.
In May he was made Justice General. Princess Isabella Stewart 3II. When King James returned to Scotland in he distributed the lands stirlimgshire the Duke of Albany's family to his supporters which included Archibald's son William.
Earl of Angus, 2. Cum furca et stirlingsihre gibbet and jailyok, yak priviledge of trying stirlinvshirethol et theim relating to franchises of marketinfangandthef, and outfangandthef power to execute justice when a thief is caughter with the spoils and so on, a long amplification, reddendo, a pound of pepper yearly at Duntreath at the feast of the nativity of John the Baptist, if asked only. In he obtained a royal licence to export coal.
Sfirlingshire he was taken to North Berwick and then rowed out to Bass Rock where he was ed by an escort of men his father could trust, among them was Sir Archibald. In his son Alexander attended Catholic mass in the house of Andrew Napier in Edinburgh, and he was imprisoned in Edinburgh Castleuntil his father, who was very angry, arranged for him to be placed at St Andrews with the minister James Melville. Views Read Edit View history.
James left Rothesay Castle on Bute supposedly headed to St. Above the entry to the inner courtyard, the "mid yett", there was an iron clock with paces. During the usurpation of Napoleon, inhe commissioned the Ferret sloop; and received the thanks of the commander-in-chief, at Plymouth, and of the Board of Admiralty, for the rapidity with which she was manned and equipped.
The following is an extract of a letter addressed to him, by Captain now Sir Charles Malcolm, subsequent to the capture of two French national vessels, and five sail of merchantmen, in the harbour of Courgiou.
Issue- 6I. He seems to have been a trader as well as land owner as King Richard II allowed him to take quarters of malt with his own ships from a port on the Lincolnshire coast to any port in Scotland. Archibald received his knighthood in reward. The Acts of Parliament from show that he was one of the lords who eecort control of the government during the turbulent minority of James III.
In September his family, the Livingstones, Flemings, Bruces of Airth, and Livingstones of Dunipace were in open feud with the Earl of Mar, over the murder of Mar's servant David Foster or Forrester, and the earl was forbidden to approach them by the king.
Edinbellythe Glyn and Carcane lyande in the same Erledome quhilk he has be infeftment and gyft heretably of our progenitour King James II of before, that our said Chancellor and cousing Willyam of Edmonstoun beand contenetaid sicker, as said is, in the best forme that can be divisit I mentioned your personal exertions the night before the attack, after the Ferret was anchored, in going off to the Sea Lark to pilot her in.
On 1 June Archibald was granted sasine of the lands of Duntreath and also coroner of the western portion stirlinggshire Stirlingshire to "Archibald, son and heir of William unquhile William of Duntreath". On 22 March as the ship came around Flamburgh Head it was captured by pirates who promptly sailed to London where a delighted Henry IV sent the young prince to stirlingdhire Tower, but, King Henry apparently released prince James' escort.
In the king was frantic to save his son James from his brother, the duke of Albany, and made arrangements for him to go to France. His brother James Elphinstone, 1st Lord Balmerino was a member of the group of courtiers and financial officers known as the Octavians. Sir William Graham of Kincardine d. In the Treasurer's book for is the following: "Given to Archibald of Edmonstowne, 12th of September, to buy a pair of spurs to the King, 4s.
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