Bothwell


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Bothwell

Earl of, title of James Hepburn. 1535--78, Scottish nobleman; third husband of Mary Queen of Scots. He is generally considered to have instigated the murder of Darnley (1567)
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Bothwell Castle's pro-am event has run for the past 33 years, with the club raising a grand total of PS341,000 for various charities in that time.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard Brennan had been threatened with a firearm by Bothwell, who claimed he "had a nice wee gun tucked away," months before the wrecking spree.
First offender Allan, 33, admitted assaulting and robbing Miss Wood of her vehicle in Fallside Road, Bothwell, on March 28.
Bothwell, of Springfield Road in West Belfast, is accused of supplying and being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug between last December and April.
A quick look at the pages of the real Queen Mary's life reveals that her third husband was none other than Bothwell.
Sarao, who used to own the Grapevine restaurant in Bothwell, is now manager of the Redstones Hotel in nearby Uddingston.
Hudson's plan was to give the ball to the Dan duo -- Bothwell and Mendes.
I've worked in numerous states and each state has its own particular issues," says Bothwell, who has been in Alaska since 1978.
Cecil Bothwell carefully watched members of the city council and came to a simple conclusion: He could do their job.
If food kept going up your nose, you would get an infection," says Marcella Bothwell, an otolaryngologist, or doctor of the ears, nose, and throat.
Like other recent biographers of Mary Stuart, such as Jenny Wormald, Muhlstein interprets Mary's "demented" behavior during the Bothwell episode without painting her as the easily manipulated victim of the more powerful political forces swirling about her.
Although his name is not on any official documents, locals believe the 31-year-old has snapped up The Douglas Arms in Bothwell, Lanarkshire.