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tory, till the lord Gray, who com- of March, 1742-3, he was, by act. manded the horse, abandoned the of parliament, restored to the titles infantry, `and, quitted the field.' of earl of Doncaster, and baron Scot. Upon this defection, a total rout of Tindale." fucceeded, and the duke endeavoured H e died on the twenty-second of to make bis escape, but was taken April 1751, and was succeeded in bisty the next day, and executed on honours and eltate by his grandion. Tower-hill on the fifteenth of July, Henry, now duke of Buccleuch, cart 1685. ...
. of Doncaster, &c. born on the second He was 'Tucceeded by his eldest of September, 1746. surviving ron James, earl of Don Armorial bearings.] Quarterly, fuft caster, bom the twenty-third of and fourth, ihe arms of king: May, 1674. In 1692 he served a Charles II. with a battoon gocampaign in Flanders, and was made bonated, argent; second and third, a knight of the thistle by, queen or, on a bend azure, a itar of lix: Anne. He married lady Henrietta points, between two crescents of the Hyde, and died, on the fourteenth field, gules. of March, 1704-5, leaving issue four Supporters,] On each side a woson's and two daughters. ' . , man, proper, richly babited in green,
Francis his eldest son fucceeded vells, their petty coats azure, their hin, and on the fifth of April, fift-Neeves argent, with plumes of 1720, married the lady Jane Doufeathers on their heads. glas, after to Charles duke of Creft.), A stag pafiant, proper. . Queensberry and Doyer. On the Monto.] Amo. I love. twenty-second of February, 1731-2, Chief Seats.] At Hall.place in he was made a knight of the thistle, Berk fire; at Dalkeith near Ediq-1 and on the death of his grandmother burgh in Scotland; and in Grosve. Succeeded to the title and honours.. nor-square, London. of Buccleuch. On the twenty-third ..
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considerate people, whom an divert and humour me. Being of a estate places above the want of buli. 'weakly constitution, me feared read. nels, and idieners exposes to a thou- ing should hurt my eyes, and close land.nischiefs. About the fourteenth thinking bring me into a consump- . year of my age, my dear father died, tion, and therefore to discourage me and left me wholly under my mo.' from both, (for indeed the little cher's care, whofe mistaken fondness learning. I had, made me fond of took me home immediately from a books) The would often say, it was famous (hool, where my father had enough for those to study, whole, placed me four years before ; and fortune, made it neceffary, but for : instead of wiihing me to prosecute' my part, I had no need of it. But those studies, in which, for my time though my mind was left unculti. of life, I had made a considerable vated, nothing was neglected that