General Graham, Lord Lynedoch by Antony Brett-James

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  • Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, -- Baron, -- 1748-1843

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Statementby Antony Brett-James.
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LC ClassificationsDA68.12.L9 B7, DA68.12L9 B7
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Paginationxv, 368 p. [17] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages368
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Open LibraryOL21629944M

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Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, founder of the 90th L.I. incommander of the Cadiz Garrison & of the 1st General Graham in the Peninsula inc.

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Life of Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch by Delavoye, Alexander Marin. Publication date Topics Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, Baron, Publisher London: Richardson. General Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch.

] Autograph Letter Signed ('Thomas Graham') to an unnamed party, regarding General Graham list of individuals (Commissioners of Supply?), with reference to Lord Keith and an act of parliament. General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch [ Lord Lynedoch ] (), Scottish politician and distinguished soldier.

Politically, Graham moved decisively in sympathy towards the Whigs, on whose return to power he rested his hopes of regaining his seat in order, as he told Lord Grey, 3 Jan.to be able to ‘give another and I hope decisive vote for the Catholic question, as well as to evince my esteem and attachment to those who sacrificed their power.

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Sir Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, is best known for his exceptional military career. He was one of the Duke of Wellington’s ablest lieutenants during the Peninsular War – he won a great victory against the French at the Battle of Barrosa, conducted the siege of San Sebastian and acted as the duke’s second in : Philip Grant.

Graham, Thomas () Baron Lynedoch, General This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are.

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Memoir of General Lord Lynedoch av John Murray Graham på   General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch, GCB, GCMG, GCTE (19 October – 18 December ) was a Scottish aristocrat, politician and British Army officer.

Parents: third and only surviving son of Thomas Græme of Balgowan, in Perthshire and Lady Christian Hope, a daughter of the first Earl of Hopetoun. Sir Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, is best known for his exceptional military career.

He was one of the Duke of Lord Lynedoch book ablest lieutenants during the Peninsular War – he won a great victory against the French at the Battle of Barrosa, conducted the siege of San Price: £ Sir Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, is best known for his exceptional military career.

He was one of the Duke of Wellington’s ablest lieutenants during the Peninsular War – he won a great victory against the French at the Battle of. Graham distinguished himself so greatly by his courage and energy, that Lord Mulgrave (to whom he acted as aide-de-camp), in a general order referring to the repulse of an attack by the French on an important fort, expressed ‘his grateful sense of the friendly and important assistance which he had received in many difficult moments from Mr.

This is the motto of Clan Graham and of Scotsman Thomas Graham (), 1st Baron Lynedoch of Balgowan (Laird Balgowan), Knight of the Portuguese Order of the Tower and Sword, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, Knight of the Spanish Order of St.

Ferdinand, British general, Governor of Dumbarton Castle, and Whig. Graham wrote: 1. ‘A Month's Tour in Spain in the Spring of ,’ 2. ‘Memoir of General Lord Lynedoch,’ ; 2nd edition, with additions and portraits, ; a useful memoir compiled from family papers.

‘An Historical View of Literature and Art in Great Britain from the accession of Queen Victoria,’ ; 2nd edit. General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch GCB GCMG (19 October – 18 December ) was a Scottish aristocrat, politician and British Army officer.

After his education at Oxford, he inherited a substantial estate in Scotland was married and settled down to a. General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch, GCB, GCMG (19 October – 18 December ) was a Scottish aristocrat, politician and soldier.

After his education at Oxford, he inherited a substantial estate in Scotland was married and settled down to a quiet career as a landowning gentleman. However, with the death of his wife, when he was a he immersed himself in a.

Dedicated to the Right Honorable General Graham, Lord Lynedoch. Vol. 1: xv, [2], p.; v. 2: iv, [1], p. "New books, published and for sale by James Eastburn & Co. at the Literary Rooms, Broadway"--Page [4] of covers, with different titles advertised on v. 1 and 2. Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction.

[S.l.]. The sitter was born the Honourable Mary Cathcart (), daughter of 9th Lord Cathcart, who was Ambassador to Catherine the Great. She married the Perthshire landowner Thomas Graham inand they bought Lynedoch House near Methven, Perthshire in The portrait was highly acclaimed when exhibited at the Royal Academy in Thomas Graham, Baron Lynedoch by Sir George 2, × 3,; KB Lynedoch memorial - - jpg × ; 99 KB Thomas Graham Lord ×.

Antique c engraving, General Thomas Graham. General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch GCB GCMG () was a Scottish aristocrat, politician and British Army officer. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING. Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, 1st Baron (–). General. On 3 September Graham participated in the first cricket match to be played in Scotland.

After the death of his wife (whose portrait by Gainsborough hangs in the Scottish National Gallery) inGraham turned from managing his estate to a political and military career. Source for information on Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, 1st. Thomas, Lord Lynedoch General in His Majesty's Service Colonel of the 14th Regiment of Foot; Grand Cross of the Military Order of the Bath.

To the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the County of Perth this Print from the Original Picture in their Hall is respectfully Dedicated by their Obliged and Obdedient Servant D. Hill. Edinburgh 1st. the Napoleonic Wars was General Sir Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch, also known as Laird of Balgowan.

He had no military experience prior to raising the th. Foot Regiment in Yet, sixteen years later, he was a lieutenant general. By the end of the Napoleonic Wars he was one of two men.

whom Wellington. He was narrowly defeated by Col. The Honourable James Murray, the brother of John, the 3rd Duke of Atholl, in a by-election in for the Perthshire seat, but ended up dropping out before the general election in On DecemMary Cathcart married Thomas Graham.

It. found: NUC pre (Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, 1st Baron, ) found: DNB (Graham, Thomas, Baron Lynedoch ()) found: NUCMC data from New London County Historical Society for Braynard, F.O.

Letters(Lord Lindock; also found: Lord Lynedoch; presented silver urn to Capt. Moses Rogers in appreciation for a trip on the S. General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch, GCB, GCMG, GCTE (19 October – 18 December ) was a Scottish aristocrat, politician and British Army officer.

After his education at Oxford, he inherited a substantial estate in Scotland was married and settled down to a quiet career as a landowning gentleman. However, with the death of his wife, when he was a he immersed himself in a.

GENERAL SIR THOMAS GRAHAM, LORD LYNEDOCH A PRIVATE TREATY OFFERING. General Sir Thomas Graham. Siege of Cadiz letter" There has been such extraordinary bad weather here that nothing could be attempted in the way of offence, as there could be no naval coordination " Dateline: 6.

Lawrence - Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch N APSLEY HOUSE, London. "Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch" commissioned in from Sir Thomas LAWRENCE (). General Graham () served with distinction in the Revolutionary Wars, capturing Malta from the French in   A British general, Thomas Graham played an active role in the French Revolutionary Wars.

Graham was born on 19 Octoberprobably in Perthshire, Scotland. His father was Thomas Græme, laird of Balgowan, and his mother was Lady Christian Hope.

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Graeme passed on the letter, but made clear to Murray his hostility to any departure from Graham’s ‘natural line’ of disavowal of party commitment. In May Graham accepted a peerage as Lord Lynedoch and transferred his ‘disposable interest’ to Murray, who announced his candidature for.

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He died in London 14 Aug. and was succeeded in the title by William Schaw Cathcart [q. v.] Cathcart married, 24 JulyJean, daughter of Lady Archibald Hamilton, and his second daughter, Mary, was the wife of Sir Thomas Graham, lord Lynedoch, her portrait by Gainsborough being the masterpiece of the Edinburgh National Gallery.

His. friend, Thomas Graham, later Lord Lynedoch, was in command of the British troops involved; the Barossa Valley town of Lyndoch is a misspelled version of his name. Unusual names, especially foreign ones, are particularly subject to corruption. Colonel Light’s correct version, Barrosa, was misspelt within two years of its bestowal.

Geoffrey.Graham’s long retirement was divided between foreign travel, London politics, and improvements at Lynedoch. He died at age ninety-five on 18 December References and further reading Aspinall-Oglander, Cecil Faber.

Freshly Remembered: The Story of Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch. London: Hogarth. Brett-James, Antony.

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