2 edition of Copies of letters from Governor Johnstone, Sir Archibald Campbell, K. B. and Lord Macartney found in the catalog.
Copies of letters from Governor Johnstone, Sir Archibald Campbell, K. B. and Lord Macartney
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2498, no. 34.|
|Contributions||Johnstone, George, 1730-1787|
|The Physical Object|
CAMPBELL, Sir ARCHIBALD (–), of Inverneil, general and governor of Jamaica and Madras, second son of James Campbell of Inverneil, commissioner of the Western Isles of Scotland, chamberlain of Argyllshire, and hereditary usher of the white rod for Scotland, was born at Inverneil on 21 Aug. Archibald was born about , the son of Francis Asbury Campbell and Abigail Iszard. He married Hannah E. Knowles. He was a plasterer in Philadelphia, PA. Archibald was born about , the son of Francis Asbury Campbell and Abigail Iszard. He married Hannah E. Knowles. He was a plasterer in Philadelphia, PA.
Sir James was buried in the same grave as Sir Archibald but there is no inscription on this stone for him as there was no room for it. Sir Archibald was born on 21st August , a son of James Campbell, chamberlain to the duke of Argyll, and Elizabeth (Fisher). He was educated at Glasgow university and the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. CAMPBELL, Sir ARCHIBALD (–), general, son of Captain Archibald Campbell, and grandson of Duncan Campbell of Milntown, in Glenlyon, county Perth, was born on 12 March He entered the army on 28 Dec. as an ensign in the 77th regiment, having obtained his commission by raising twenty men, and sailed for India in the spring of
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Copies of letters from Governor Johnstone, Sir Archibald Campbell, K.B. and Lord Macartney, on the subject of New-Harbour, in Bengal. With an extract, &c. from Count de Mirabeau, upon the importance of a northern harbour, in the Bay of Bengal.
Copies of letters from Governor Johnstone, Sir Archibald Campbell, K. and Lord Macartney on the subject of New-Harbour, in Bengal. With an extract, &c. from Count de Mirabeau, upon the importance of a northern harbour, in the K.
B. and Lord Macartney book of Bengal. by: Johnstone, George, At 3 libraries Copies of letters from Governor Johnstone, Sir Archibald Campbell, K.
and Lord Macartney: on the subject of New-Harbour, in Bengal. With an extract, &c. from Count de Mirabeau, upon the importance of a northern harbour, in the Bay of Bengal Johnstone, George, Governor Johnstone's speech on the question of recommitting the address declaring the colony of Massachusets Bay in rebellion.
To which is added the two most masterly letters of Junius, to the people of England in favour of the Americans. by: Johnstone, George, Published: (). Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell KB (21 August – 31 March ) served as governor of Jamaica, Madras, and was a major Scottish landowner, Heritable Usher of the White Rod for Scotland and politician who sat in the House of Commons between and Born: 21 AugustInveraray, Scotland.
Bombast and broadsides: the lives of George Johnstone by Robin F. A Fabel (); Remarks on Governor Johnstone's speech in Parliament: with a collection of all the letters and authentic papers, relative to his proposition to engage the interest of one of the delegates of the State of Pennsylvania, in the Congress of the States of America, to promote the views of the British commissioners by.
Gillespie Archibald Campbell, 2nd Earl of Argyll (b. c - died 9 September ) was a Scottish nobleman and politician who was killed at the Battle of Flodden. Biography. Archibald was the eldest son of Colin Campbell, 1st Earl of Argyll and Isabel Stewart, daughter of John Stewart, 2nd Lord Lorne.
He was made Master of the Royal Household of James IV of Scotland on 24 March Archibald Campbell was a Scottish nobleman and politician. Archibald Campbell was the son of Colin Campbell, 1st Earl of Argyll and Isabel Stewart.
Archibald succeeded to the title of 3rd Lord Campbell, 2nd Lord Lorne and 2nd Earl of Argyll in He held the office of Master of the Houshold to King James IV in March / Master of Royal Household of James IV of Scotland, Ma Lord of Argyll 2nd Lord High Chancellor of Scotland.
Killed in battle at Flodden Field, Branxton, Northumberland, Eng. King James IV also killed in battle, which was an English victory, and a disaster for Scotland. Photocopied letter to Lord Archibald Campbell dated 22/9/ from Hugh MacDiarmid (Bundle ). Letter to Lord Archibald Campbell dated 22/9/ from Hugh MacDiarmid about a sword found by drainers several feet under the surface of a drained loch, Loch an Duin, in Moss, with attached photograph (poor).
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Kiki's Science Hour (Video HI) Double Feature Funpack Dragon Age Podcast DukeReads (Video). Archibald Campbell: Birthdate: estimated between and Death: Immediate Family: Son of Sir Duncan Campbell of Lochawe Husband of Finlay mac Gillivrail Father of Sir Archibald Campbell of Lochawe Brother of Duncan Campbell.
Full text of "Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston, Lord Wariston. The preservation of the honours of Scotland, " See other formats. Archibald Gillespie Campbell was born on month dayat birth place, to Duncan ('the Fortunate " "the Prosperous " "Donnchadh mac Cailein ' or ' Donnchadh na-Adh ' 1st Lord Campbell I Lord Campbell and Laird Lochawe Sir Archibald Campbell 3rd Lord of Auchinbreck Sir Duncan Campbell of Lochow; first Lord Campbell of Campbell and Marjor.
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL Descendants > By user Ma at Would like to discuss and exchange information with descendants of Archibald Campbell. Thefollowing information contains my research and also the research of various other contributors over the years.
The historian Archibald Campbell was born in He was a son of George Douglas Campbell (), 8th Duke of Argyll. The young Campbell was educated at Edinburgh Academy, Eton and at Goettingen. Before entering the business world he had been a Captain in the 5th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Campbell, Sir Archibald (–), army officer and colonial governor, was born on 21 August and baptized on 25 August at Inveraray, Argyll, the second son of James Campbell (–), commissary of the western isles of Scotland and chamberlain to the duke of Argyll, and his wife, Elizabeth Fisher of was educated at Glasgow University and at the Royal Military Academy.
Archibald Campbell, 10th earl and 1st duke of Argyll, one of the Scottish leaders of the Glorious Revolution (–89). Campbell was the eldest son of the 9th earl, and he tried to get his father’s attainder reversed by seeking the favour of King James II.
Being unsuccessful, however, he went over. File:Sir Archibald General Sir Archibald Campbell, 1st Baronet GCB (12 March – 6 October ) was an officer of the British toGen. Campbell commanded the British forces in the First Anglo-Burmese War, the longest and most expensive war in British Indian history, that gave the British control of Assam, Manipur, Cachar, Jaintia, Arakan and Tenasserim.
Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of Argyll was born in June at Ham House, Petersham, Surrey, England G. 1 He was the son of Archibald Campbell, 1st Duke of Argyll and Elizabeth Tollemache. 1 He and Anne Whitfield obtained a marriage license on 19 January / 1 He died on 15 April at age 78 at London, England G, suddenly, without legitimate issue.
1 His. Full text of "Diary of Sir Archibald Johnston Lord WaristonThe preservation of the honours of ScotlandLord Mar's legaciesLetters concerning highland affairs in the 18th century" See other formats.Late in Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell was dispatched by the British commander in chief in North America, Sir Henry Clinton, to proceed against h his Georgia campaign, particularly his capture of Savannah and Augusta, Campbell achieved one of the few unqualified British successes in the American Revolution ().Sir William Mayne estimated that for less than a third of his expenditure ‘he might have secured an English borough, giving the highest price’.7 A firm supporter of Administration, Campbell was highly regarded by James Boswell, his legal adviser, for his ‘admirable parts, his activity, his application, his command of accurate expression.