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" ... on applying for his seat in the house of lords, it was objected, that, by the 23d article of the union, " no peer of Scotland could, after the union, be created a peer of England ;" and, after a long debate, the house resolved accordingly 30 Dec. "
Clyde, a Descriptive Poem - Page 88
by John Wilson, John Leyden - 1859 - 120 pages
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A political index to the histories of Great Britain and Ireland ..., Volume 1

Robert Beatson - 1806
...a faction in the House of Peers, his Grace was precluded from taking his wt, as they resolved that no Peer of Scotland could, after the Union, be created a Peer of England. But Douglas, the present Duke of Hamilton, having petitioned the King for a summons to Parliament,...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Volume 2

John Debrett - 1820 - 830 pages
...the queen ; bnt on applying for his seat in the honse of lords, it was objected, that by the 2.'id article of the union, " no peer of Scotland could,...after the union, be created a peer of England;" and, after a long debate, the honse resolved accordingly, Dec. 30, 1710 ; all the tories acting for hin...
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A Treatise on the Origin and Nature of Dignities, Or Titles of Honor ...

William Cruise - 1823 - 322 pages
...heir to the barony. That in the case of the duchy of Brandon the house of lords resolved in 1711, that no peer of Scotland could after the Union be created a peer of England, and upon that ground refused to admit the duke of Hamilton to take his seat, under a patent by which queen...
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A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the ...

John Burke - 1826 - 540 pages
...Dulton, in the county of Chester, and Duke of Brandon, in the county of Suffolk ; but, upon applying for his seat in the house of lords, it was objected that, by the twcuty-third article of Union, " no peer of Scotland could, after the Union, be created a peer of England...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. [Another], Volume 2

John Debrett - 1828 - 576 pages
...recited in the patent of his creation, was his being nearly related to the queen ; but on applying for his seat in the house of lords, it was objected, that,...after the union, be created a peer of England ;" and, after a long debate, the house resolved accordingly 30 Dec. 1710. This resolution, however, was reversed...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. [Another]

John Debrett - 1836 - 80 pages
...recited in the patent of his creation, was his being nearly related to the queen; but on applying for his seat in the House of lords, it was objected, that, by the 23d article of the union, " no peer if S№(iand cmild, after the ttnwn, be created it prtv of Kngiand ;" and after a long debate, the...
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Peerage for the People

William Carpenter - 1837 - 894 pages
...upon applying for his seat in the House of Lords, it was objected, that bv the twenty-third article of Union, "no Peer of Scotland could, after the Union, be created a Peer of England ; " and the House of Lords so resolved, after a protracted debate. His Grace married, first, Anne, daughter of Robert,...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. [Another]

John Debrett - 1839 - 890 pages
...recited in the p.itent of his creation, was his being nearly related to the queen ; but on applying for his seat in the house of lords, it was objected, that, by the 23d article of the union, " »<> jieer «/ Scrrfland coulât after the union, br. created it peer Of Knffl'tnd,-" and after a...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. revised, corrected and ...

John Debrett - 1840 - 80 pages
...recited in the patent of his creation, was his being nearly related to the queen ; but on applying for his seat in the house of lords, it was objected, that,...Scotland could, after the union, be created a peer of Kngland;" and, after a long debatí, the house resolved accordingly, 30 Dec. 1710. This resolution,...
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Notes and Queries

1857 - 694 pages
...the Duke of Hamilton Duke of Brandon in England; but the House of Lords resolved (in Dec. 1711) that "no peer of Scotland could, after the union, be created a peer of England." This resolution remained in force till 1782. The tradition is, that the Queen stood godmother to Lord...
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