James Douglas

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Douglas, James,

d. 1581: see Morton, James Douglas, 4th earl ofMorton, James Douglas, 4th earl of,
d. 1581, Scottish nobleman. A nephew of Archibald Douglas, 6th earl of Angus, he married Elizabeth Douglas, from whose father he inherited (1553) the earldom of Morton.
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Douglas, James,

1658–1712: see Hamilton, James Douglas, 4th duke ofHamilton, James Douglas, 4th duke of,
1658–1712, Scottish nobleman. He served at the courts of Charles II and James II and remained, after his grudging acceptance of William III, a sympathizer with the Jacobites.
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Douglas, James,

1662–1711: see Queensberry, James Douglas, 2d duke ofQueensberry, James Douglas, 2d duke of,
1662–1711, Scottish statesman. One of the early supporters of William III in Scotland, he held offices under him and Queen Anne, rising to become commissioner to the
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Robert the Bruce, his loyal lieutenant Sir James Douglas and their old enemy have been brought back to life using Hollywood–style technology.
I sent an email off to apply to take part but I couldn't believe it when they told me they wanted to model Sir James Douglas on my face.
When Sir James Douglas brought us into treaty, it was primarily supposed to be a peace treaty between our nations," WEC'KINEM said.
00 Folkestone Sir James Douglas (also known as Black Douglas, 1286-1330), was a Scottish soldier and knight who fought in the Scottish Wars of Independence.
Basics THe inscriptions and heart referred to on the sword date back to a famous journey made by Sir James Douglas to the Holy Land with King Robert the Bruce's heart.
On its blade, an emblem pays homage to Sir James Douglas, who died while carrying Bruce's heart in 1330.
The November AGM was in the Garry Oak Room of the Sir James Douglas Elementary School.
Their founding father, Sir James Douglas, was right-hand man to Robert Brace, King of Scotland,and bearer of the royal heart after his death.
For the new 3D experience, David Hayman has provided the voice and mannerisms of Bruce's trusted lieutenant and leading commander, Sir James Douglas.
Bruce's body was buried at Dunfermline Abbey but his heart was removed and taken on the Crusades to the Holy Land by Sir James Douglas.