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SCOTTISH PEERAGE
1672
Farwell, Sir George
Fellowes, Hon. A. E,
Finlay, Sir R. B.
Fitzgibbon, Gerald
Foljambe, F. J. Savile
Forrest, Hon. Sir J.
Foster, Sir B. W.
Fowler, Sir Henry H.
Fry, Sir Edward
Fry, Lewis
Gladstone, Herbert John
Gorst, Sir John E.
Goschen, Sir W. E.
Grey, Sir E., Bart.
Griffith, Hon. Sir S. W.
Gurdon, Sir W. B.
Haldaoe, R. B.
Halsey, Thos. F.
Harcourt, L. V.
Hardinge, Hon. Sir Chas.
Hay, Sir J. C. D.,
Bart.
Hibbert, Sir John T.
Hime, Hon. Sir A. H.
Hobhonse, H.
Jamieson, Hon. L. S.
Kekewich, Justice
Kennaway, Sir J. H.,
Bart,
Kennedy, Sir W. Rann
Kenrick, Wm.
Kenyon-Slaney,Col W.S.
Kingston, Hon. C. C.
Knox, Sir Ralph
Laboucnere, H.
Lascelles, Sir F. C.
Lanrier, Hon. Sir W.
Lloyd-George, D.
Lockwood, Lt.-Col. A.
Long, W. H.
Lopes, Sir Massey
Lowther, Jas. W.
Lyall, Sir Alfred C.
Lyttelton, Hon. A.
Macartney, Wm. G. E.
Macdonald, Sir J. H. A.
MacDonnell, Sir A. P.
M'Ewan, William
M'Kenna, Reginald
Malet, Sir E. B.
Mathew, Sir Jas. C.
Maxwell, Sir HE., Bart.
Mellor, J. W.
Milner, Sir Fred., Bart.
Monson, Hon. Sir E. J.
Moor, Hon. F. R.
Morley, Arnold
Morley, John
Moult on, Sir John F.
Mowatt, Sir Fran.
Nicolson, Sir A., Bart.
Noel, Hon. G. James
North, Sir Ford
O'Connor, Sir N. R.
Otway, Sir A. J., Bart.
Paget, Sir R. H.
Palles, Christopher
Palmer, Geo. W.
Parker, Chas. S.
Pearson, Sir C. J.
Ponsonby-Fane, Hon. Sir
Spencer, C.B
Probyn, Gen. Sir D. M.
Reid, Hon. G. H.
Robertson, Edmund
Romer, Sir R.
Round, Jas.
Rumbold, Sir H., Bart.
Russell, G.W.M.Erskine
Sandars, John S.
Satow, Sir E. M.
Scoble, Sir A. R.
Scott, Sir C. S.
Shaw, Thos.
Sinclair, John
Smith, Jas. Parter
Smith, Sir Cecil C.
Smith, Samuel
Sprigg, Hon. Sir J. G.
Stirling, Sir James
Strong, Sir S. H.
Stuart- Wortley, C. B.
Talbot, J. G.
Taschereau , Hon. Sir H. E.
Taubman-Goldie, Sir
Geo. D.
Trevelyan, Sir G. , Bart.
Tupper, Hon. Sir Chas.,
Bart.
Turner, Hon. Sir G.
Ward, Hon. Sir J. G.
Wason, Eugene
Watson, R. Spence
Way, Hon. Sir S. J., Bart.
West, Sir Algernon Ed.
Wharton, John L.
Whiteley, George
Whiteway, Hon. Sir W. V.
Williams, Sir R. V.
Wills, Sir Alfred
Wilson, Sir A.
Wodehouse, Edmond R.
Wolff, Sir H. D.
Wyndham, G.
Clerk of the Council.—
Almeric W. Fitzroy,
C.V.O.
Deputy Clerk of the
Council and Chief
Clerk of the Privy
Council. — James IL
Harrison, M.V.O.
Registrar — E. Stanley
Hope, C.B.
THE SCOTTISH PEERAGE,
AS AT PRESENT EXISTING.
b. signifies born ; m. married ; s. succeeded.
Abercorn, Earl of; b. 1838, s. 1885, m. 1869-
Seats, Duddingston House, Edinburghshire ; Baron's
Court, Newtown-Stewart, Ireland. Resid. in London,
35 Park Street, W. ; Clubs, Carlton, Travellers,
Marlborough and Turf.
Abercrombt, Baron ; b. 1838, s. 1852, m. 1858.
Seats, Tullibody, Clackmannanshire; Ferntower,
Perthshire. Resid. in London, 14 Grosvenor Street;
Club, Turf, Piccadilly, London W.
Aberdeen, Earl of, b. 1847, s. 1870, m. 1877.
Seat, Haddo House, Aberdeenshire; Clubs, Brooks'
and Reform, London.
Ailsa, Marquis of. See Cassilis, Earl of.
Airlie. Earl of; b. 1893, s. 1900. Seats, Airlie
Castle ; Cortachy Castle and Auchterhouse, For-
farshire.
Ancaster, Earl of; b. 1830, s. 1888, m. 1863.
Seats, Drummond Castle, Muthill, Perthshire; Grims-
thorpe, Bourne, Lincolnshire; Normanton Park,
Stamford. Resid. in London, 12 Belgrave Sq., S.W.
Arbuthnott, Viscount; born, 1845, s. 1895.
Seat Arbuthnott House, Kincardineshire.
Argyll, Duke of; b. 1845, s. 1900, m. 1871.
Seats, Inveraray Castle, Argyleshire; Roseneath,
Dumbartonshire. Residence in London, Kensington
Palace ; Athenaeum Club.
Armitstead, Baron ; George Armitstead ; oreated
1906, b. 1824, m. 1848. Liberal. London address,
4 Cleveland Square, S.W.; Reform and National
Liberal Clubs.
Athole, Duke of; b. 1840, s. 1864, m. 1863.
Seat, Blair Castle, Blair Athole, Perthshire,
Residence in London, 84 Eaton Place, S.W.
Balfour of Burleigh, Baron ; b. 1849, s. 1869,
m. 1876. Seat, Kennet House, Clackmannanshire.
Residence in London, 47 Cadogan Square, S.W.
Belhaven and Stenton, Baron; b. 1840, ■.
1893, m. 1880. Resid., Wishaw House, Lanark-
shire, and 41 Lennox Gardens, London, S.W.
Blythswood, Baron ; Archibald Campbell Camp-
bell, b. 1835, m. 1864 the Hon. Augusta Clementina,
daughter of Lord Carrington. Seat, Blythswood,
Renfrew. London residence, 2 Seamore Place, W.
Borthwick, Baron. Archibald P. T. Borthwick;
b. 1867, s. 1885, m. 1901. Seat, Ravenstone
Castle, Whithorn, Wigtownshire; Clubs, Carlton
and St. James', London.
Breadalbane, Marquis of; Gavin Campbell, b.
1851, s. 1871, m. 1872. Seats, Taymouth Castle;
Glenfalloch, and Auchmore House, Perthshire ;
Black Mount and Ardmaddy Castle, Argyllshire ,
London resid., 64 Ennismore Gardens, S. W. ; Clubs,
Reform, Marlborough and Brooks'.
Buccleuch and Queensberry, Duke of; b.
1831, s. 1884, m. 1859. Seats, Dalkeith Palace,
Edinburghshire; Bowhill, Selkirkshire; Druralanrig
Castle and Langholm Lodge, Dumfriesshire ; Bough-
ton House, Northamptonshire. Resid. in London,
Montagu House, Whitehall, S.W. ; Carlton and
Travellers' Clubs.
Buchan, Earl of; b. 1850, s. 1898, m. 1876.
Seat, Amondeil House, Linlithgow. London address,
6 Aldford Street, Park Lane ; Clubs, Turf and St.
James'.

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