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The Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Or, the Ancient and Present ... - Page 110
by John Debrett - 1790
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A Short View of the Families of the Scottish Nobility: Their Titles ...

Nathaniel Salmon - 1759 - 237 pages
...barony of Weems, from thence his defendants affumed their firname. In the year 1290, Sir David Wemys, and Sir Michael Scot, were fent to Norway by the lords...thereupon. happened the competition between Baliol and Bruce, 14 about 176 ASH oa TV i E w of the about the right of fucceflion. In the time of Kkif Robert...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland

John Debrett - History - 1803 - 720 pages
...defcendants afTumed their forname. In the year 1290, fir David Wemyfs and fir Michael Scot, were fcnt to Norway by the lords of the regency in Scotland, to bring over tht'ir young queen Margaret ; v/ho, to the universal misfortune of the n-tion, died at the Orkneys,...
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The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 2

John Debrett - Knights and knighthood - 1809
...his descendants assumed their sir. name. In 1290, sir David Wemyss, and sir Michael Scot, were sent to Norway, by the lords of the regency in Scotland,...bring over their young queen, Margaret; who, to the universal misfortune of the nation, died at the Orkneys, and thereupon happened the competition between...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland

John Debrett - 1820
...thence his descendants assumed their surname. 1290, sir David Wemyss, and sir Michael Scot, were sent to Norway, by the lords of the regency in Scotland,...to bring over their young queen, Margaret; who, to tile universal misfortune of the nation, d. at the Orkneys, and therenpon happened the competition...
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Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. [Another], Volume 2

John Debrett - 1828
...thence his descendants assumed their surname. In 1290, sir David Wemyss and sir Michael Scot were sent to Norway, by the lords of the regency in Scotland,...bring over their young queen, Margaret, who, to the universal misfortune of the nation, d. at the Orkneys, and thereupon happened the competition between...
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The portrait gallery of distinguished females

John Burke - Health & Fitness - 1833
...descendants assumed their surname. In the year 1290, Sir David Wemyss and Sir Michael Scott were sent to Norway, by the Lords of the regency in Scotland, to bring over their young Queen, Margaret.* Unfortunately, that flower of many hopes drooped on the voyage, and landing in Orkney, languished,...
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The portrait gallery of distinguished females: including beauties of the ...

John Burke - Women - 1833
...descendants assumed their surname. In the year 1290, Sir David Wemyss and Sir Michael Scott were sent to Norway, by the Lords of the regency in Scotland, to bring over their young Queen, Margaret.* Unfortunately, that flower of many hopes drooped on the voyage, and landing in Orkney, languished,...
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The baronage of Angus and Mearns

David MacGregor Peter - Literary Collections - 1856
...assumed their surname. In 1290, Sir David de Wemyss, and Sir Michael Scot (of Balweery), were sent to Norway by the lords of the regency in Scotland, to bring over their young queen Margaret, who, unfortunately for the nation, died at the Orkneys. Sir David was one of those great men in the kingdom,...
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