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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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.
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The Duke of Queensberry and the union of Scotland and England; James Douglas and the Act of Union of 1707.
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James Douglas vetoed a similar bill that was intended to address a 2003 Vermont Supreme Court ruling.
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Picture/Prestige PhotographyThe wedding took place at Grafton Manor Hotel, Bromsgrove, of Sarah Elizabeth Portman, daughter of Mr and Mrs R G Portman of Shenstone, Worcestershire, and James Douglas King, son of Mr and Mrs D V King of Elcocks Brook, Redditch.