The House of Lords in the Age of Reform, 1784-1837: With an Epilogue on Aristocracy and the Advent of Democracy, 1837-1867

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APPENDIX IV

The Scottish Representative Peers
1784-1835
Election, 18 May, 1784. L.J., Vol. XXXVII, p. 73.

William, 4th Duke of Queensberry; William, 5th Marquis of Lothian; George, 16th Earl of Moreton;1 Archibald, 11th Earl of Eglinton; David, 10th Earl of Cassilis; Francis, 8th Earl of Moray;2 James, 8th Earl of Abercorn; John, 7th Earl of Galloway; George, 9th Earl of Dalhousie;3 Alexander, 6th Earl of Balcarres; John, 4th Earl of Breadalbane; George, 3rd Earl of Aberdeen; John, 4th Earl of Dunmore; James, 5th Earl of Hopetoun; David, 7th Viscount Stormont;4 John, 16th Lord Elphinstone.

Election, 2 April, 1787. L.J., Vol. XXXVII, p. 644.

Dunbar, 4th Earl of Selkirk, and George, 7th Lord Kinnaird in place of the Earl of Abercorn, created Viscount Hamilton in the British peerage, and the Duke of Queensberry, created Baron Douglas in the British peerage.

Election, 30 Jan., 1788. L.J., Vol. XXXVIII, p. 65.

William, 10th Lord Cathcart in place of the Earl of Dalhousie, deceased.5

Election, 10 May, 1790. L.J., Vol. XXXIX, p. 3.

Archibald, 11th Earl of Eglinton; Francis, 8th Earl of Moray;6 Archibald, 7th Earl of Kellie; James, 8th Earl of Lauderdale;7 Patrick, 6th Earl of Dumfries; Thomas, 7th Earl of Elgin; Alexander, 6th Earl of Balcarres; John, 4th Earl of Breadalbane; George, 4th Earl of Glasgow;8 David, 7th

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1
Created Baron Douglas of Lochleven in the United Kingdom peerage, 11 Aug., 1791.
2
Created Baron Stuart of Castle Stuart in the United Kingdom peerage, 4 June, 1796.
3
Created Baron Dalhousie in the United Kingdom peerage, 11 Aug., 1815.
4
Succeeded his uncle, the 1st Earl of Mansfield, in that earldom in 1793.
5
The Earl of Dumfries presented a petition against this election on the ground that the vote of John Anderson, claiming to be Lord Rutherford, had been improperly received. It was resolved that Lord Cathcart had been properly elected. See L.J., Vol. VIII, p. 163. Cathcart was given a viscountcy in the peerage of the United Kingdom on 9 Nov., 1807, and was advanced to the dignity of Earl Cathcart on 16 July, 1814.
6
Created Baron Stuart of Stuart Castle in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 4 June, 1796.
7
Created Baron Lauderdale of Thirlestane in the United Kingdom peerage, 22 Feb., 1806.
8
Created Baron Ross in the peerage of the United Kingdom on 11 Aug., 1815.

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