John Dalrymple


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Dalrymple, John:

see Stair, John Dalrymple, 1st earl ofStair, John Dalrymple, 1st earl of,
1648–1707, Scottish statesman; son of Viscount Stair. He served under James II, but sponsored the accession (1688) of William III in the Scottish Parliament and became (1691)
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, and Stair, John Dalrymple, 2d earl ofStair, John Dalrymple, 2d earl of,
1673–1747, Scottish general and diplomat; son of the 1st earl of Stair.
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The Gazetteer declared on 16 June 1790: "If the dispute with Spain should terminate in a war, the nation will profit from the valuable information given by Sir John Dalrymple in the Appendix to his Memoirs".
In October 1806, having received news of the capture of Buenos Aires by Popham and Beresford, Grenville sought the advice of Sir John Dalrymple regarding his plan for complementary assaults from the East and the West on Spanish America, and subsequently passed on Dalrymple's plans to General Sir Arthur Wellesley for evaluation and development.
Rossotti and John Dalrymple, Commissioner of the Wage and Investment Division, proclaimed the filing season a success as the agency released a new set of statistics illustrating IRS progress on taxpayer service.
Campbell scrubbed MacDonald's name off the certificate and passed it to the Scottish Secretary, Sir John Dalrymple, the Master of Stair.
1695: Government inquiry places most of the blame on Sir John Dalrymple.
But Alistair says he was merely following the orders of the Scottish secretary of state at the time, Sir John Dalrymple.