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LOTHIAN, MARQUESS OF, (John-
William- Robert Kerr,) Earl of AncTam and
Earl of Lothian, Baron Newbottle and Baron
Jedburgh, in the peerage of Scotland; and Baron
Kerr, of Kersheugh, in the county of Roxburgh,
in the peerage pfthe United Kingdom ; 0. lat
February, 1794 ; succeeded to the family honors
upon the demise of his father, on the 27th of
April, 1824.

lineage.

This noble family claims descent from the house
of Ker, of Feinihurst, the founder of which, Ralph
Ker, settled in Teviotdale, sometime about the be-
ginning of the fourteenth century. The lineal de-
scendant of this personage,

Robert Kan, esq., great-grandson of Sir William
Ker, of Fernihurst, whose eldest son, John, was
grandfather of Robert, Earl of Somerset, (the cele-
brated favorite of James the First,) and of Andrew,
Baron Jedburgh, was elevated to the peerage of
Scotland, in 1633, as Earl of Aneiam, with remain-
der to the male descendants of his second wire, and,
in default of those, to his issue male whatsoever.
His lordship m. first, Elisabeth, daughter of Sir
John Murray, by whom he' had an only son, Wil-
liam ; and, secondly, Anne, only surviving daugh-
ter of William (Stanley), Earl of Derby, by whom
he had another son, Charles, and several daughters.
He d. in 1654, and was succeeded, according to the
limitation of the patent, by the only son of his se-
cond marriage,

Charlies. This nobleman d. without issue, when
the title devolved upon his half and elder brother,

William, who, in consequence of marrying
Anne, Countess of Lothian In her own right, eldest
daughter and co-heiress of Robert Ker, second Earl
of Lothian, (which earldom was conferred upon her
ladyship's grandfather, Mark Ker, created Baron
Newbottle, in 1591 , in 1606,) had been previously,
in 1631 , created Earl of Lothian, and thus became
Earl of Lothian and Ancram. By this marriage, his
lordship left at his decease, in 1676, an only son,

Robert, who succeeded to the earldoms of Lo-
thian and Ancram. This nobleman was appointed
high commissioner to the general assembly of the
church, in Scotland, and advanced, on the 83rd of
June, 1701, to the marquesate of Lothian. His
lordship m. Jean, daughter of Archibald, Marquess



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of Argyll, by whom he had iitue Ave sons and five
daughter*. He A In 1703, and was succeeded by
his eldest ton,

William, who had previously, in 1099, at the
demise of his kinsman, Robert, third Baron Jed-
burgh, (a peerage conferred on the 2nd of February,
1689,) succeeded to that barony, by virtue of special
limitation in the patent of creation. His lordship
d. In 1722, and was succeeded by his only son,

William, who d. in 1767* end was succeeded by
his eldest son,

William-Henry. This nobleman m. Louisa-
Caroline, only daughter of Robert, Earl of Holder-
ness, and great-grand-daughter of the celebrated
Duke of Schomberg, who fell at the battle of the
Boyne, in 1690, by whom he had issue a son and
two daughters. He d. in 1775, and was succeeded
by his son,

William-Job if. This nobleman, who was a ge-
neral officer in the army, colonel of the 11th re-
giment of dragoons, and knight of the Thistle, m.
in 1760, Elizabeth, only daughter of Chichester For-
tescue, esq., of the county of Louth, and grand-
daughter of Richard (Wellesley) first Lord Mor-
nington, by whom he had issue four sons and five
daughters. His lordship d. in 1815, and was suc-
ceeded by bis eldest son,

William, a knight of the most illustrious Order
of the Thistle, who was enrolled amongst the peers
of the United Kmgdom,<on the 17th of July, 1821,
as Baron Kerr, of Kersheogh, in the county of Rox-
burgh. His lordship m. twice: first, in 1793, Hen-
rietta, daughter of John, second Earl of Bucking-
hamshire, by whom he had issue John-WUliam-Ro-
bert, the present marquess; two other sons, and a
daughter ; and secondly, in 1806, Henrietta, daugh-
ter of Henry, third Duke of Buccleugh, by whom
he had three sons and three daughters. The mar*
quess d. in April, 1824.

Motto, in Engii*h,

Late, but seriously.

Country Seat— Newbottle-House) Mid- Lothian^

LOUDOUN, COUNTESS, (Flora -Muir
Rawdon,) Baroness Loudoun, of Conyngham, in
the county of Ayr; and Baroness rarrinyeane
and Marcnline, in the peerage of Scotland ; 6. in
1780 ; succeeded to the family honors upon the
demise of her father, on the 28th of April, 1786 ;
sA.in 1804, Francis-Rawdon, present Marquess
of Hastings, by whom she has Msue George-
Frances, Earl of Rawdon, 6. 4th February,
1808 ; and four daughters.

lineage.

The lordship of Loudoun, in Ayrshire, originally
field by tenure, descended, through several genera-
tions, to

61a Huoh Campssll, a privy councillor, in
Scotland, who was created a lord of parliament on
the 30th of June, 1604, by the title of Lord Camp-
bell, of Loudoun. His lordship's eldest son dying
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in his lifetime, the title descended, at his «
1692, to the eldest of two grand-daughters,

Ma»gar«t, who then became Baroness Lou-
doun. Her ladyship m. in 1620, Sir John Camp-
bell, of Lawera, who was elevated to the peerage on
the 12th of May, 1633, by the titles of Baron Far-
rinyeane and Marchline, and Earl of Loudoun.
This nobleman <L in 1663, and was succeeded by his
only surviving son,

Jambs, who m. Margaret, daughter of Hugh,
Earl of Eglinton, and had issue Hugh, his suc-
cessor ; John, who d. unmarried j James, a distin-
guished military officer, who fell at the battle of
Fontenoy, in 1743, (leaving issue, by Jean, daugh-
ter of David, first Earl of Glasgow, James, who
eventually succeeded to the family honors; and a
daughter;) besides four daughters. His lordship
d. in 1684, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

Hugh. This nobleman enjoyed the confidence
of King William, and became a privy councillor,
and an extraordinary lord of session, in Scotland.
He was, also, installed a knight of the most illus-
trious Order of the Thistle. His lordship m. in
1700, Margaret, daughter of John, Earl of Stair,
by whom he had a son and two daughters. The
earl resigned his titles, in 1707, and obtained a new
patent, conferring them upon himself, and his di-
rect heirs male ; but in default of those, to the heirs
general of the first earl. His lordship d. in 1731,
and was succeeded by his only son,

John, a general officer in the army, who d. un-
married, in 1782, when the family honors reverted
to his cousin,

Jambs, son of General Sir James Campbell,
knight of the Bath, who, as already mentioned, fell
at Fontenoy. His lordship, who was a major-gene-
ral in the army, m. in 1777, Flora, eldest daughter
of John Macleod, esq., of Ramsay, by Whom he had
an only child Flora-Muir-Campbell, present coun-
tess of Loudoun, and Marchioness of Hastings, who
succeeded, in consequence of the reversionary clause
in the renewal patent, at the demise of her father, in
1786, to the family honors. His lordship assumed
the surname of Muir, upon inheriting the estates of
his grandmother, the Countess of Glasgow.

Country Sao*— Loudoun-Castle, in the county of
Ayr.

LOUIS, SIR JOHN, baronet, of CheUtoo,
in the county of Devon ; succeeded to the title
upon the demise of his father, da the 17th of
May, 1807; m. in the tame year, Miss Kirk-
patrick, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Wil-
liam Kirkpatrick, of the 8th regiment of 1
infantry, Bengal, by whom he has issue a 1
in November, 1808 ; and two daughters.

lineage.

Thomas Louis, esq., rear-admiral of the white,
was created a baronet, for his gallant professional
services, on the 7th of April, 1806. Hem. in 1784,
Jacquetta, daughter of Samuel BeUtod, esq., by
whom he bad issue John, the p r es en t baronet; two



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other sons, and three daughters. Sir Thomas A.
in 1807.

Country $<wf— CheUton, Devonshire.

LOUTH, BARON OF, (Thomas Plunket,)
of Louth Hill, in the county of Louth ; b. in
1809 ; succeeded to the title upon the demise of
his father, in 1823.

This being a barony of Ireland, it confers no
hereditary seat in narfiaipent

funeage.

This noble family claims a common ancestor
with the Earls of Fingall, and the Barons Dunsany ;
namely, John Plunket, esq., who was seated, at the
close of the eleventh century, at Bewley, in the
county of Louth. From this personage descended
two brothers, John and Richard Plunket, the
younger of whom was the progenitor of the Lords
Fingall and Dunsany j and the elder, the ancestor
of

Sir Oliver Plunkbt, knight, of Kelfaran,
who was elevated to the peerage, on the 15th of
June, 1 Ml, by the title of Baron Louth. His. lord-
ship was succeeded by his eldest son,

Thomas, who d. in 1574, and was succeeded^by
his eldest son,

Patrick, who m. Maud, daughter of Lord Kil-
leen, but dying, in 1575, without issue, the title de-
volved upon his brother,

Oliver, who was succeeded, in 1607, by his eld-
est son, *

Matthkw. This nobleman m. Mary, daughter
of Sir Richard Fitswilliam, of Meryon, by whom he
had four sons. His lordship d. in 1629, and was
succeeded by Ids eldest son,

Oliver, who m. Mary, Viscountess Dowager Dil-
lon, second daughter of Randall, Earl of Antrim,
and was succeeded, at his demise in 1679, by his
son,

Matthew. This nobleman d. in 1609, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,

Oliver, who was outlawed in the same year. His
lordship d. in 1707, and was succeeded by bis only
son,

Matthew, who was succeeded, in 1754, by his
eldest son,

Oliver. This nobleman m. Margaret, daughter
of Luke NettervilTe, esq., by whom he had several
children. His lordship d. in 1763, and was succeed-
ed by his third and eldest surviving son,

Thomas, who had the outlawry of his great-
grandfather annulled, and was restored to his rank
in the peerage, in 1798. His lordship m.- in 1808,
Margaret, eldest daughter of Randall, late Lord
Dunsany, and sister of the present lord, by whom
he had Issue Thomas, the present baron ; besides
four other sons, and a daughter.

Motto, in English,
Prompt, without impetuosity.

Town. Residence —

Country Seat—

LOVEL, BARON, (John Perceval,) and
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Baron Holland, of Enmore, in the county of So-
merset, created 7th of May, 1762.
See, Earl of Egmont.

LOWTHER, SIR JOHN, baronet, of
Swillington, in the county of York ; 6. in April,
17&9 ; ">. in 1790, Elizabeth, daughter of John,
late Earl of Westmoreland, by whom he has issue
John-Henry, 6. 23rd of March, 1793 ; besides
another son, and a daughter.

This gentleman, who is second son of the late
Reverend Sir William Lowther, baronet, and
brother of William, present Earl of Lonsdale,
was created a baronet, on the of September.
1824.

Motto, in English,
The magistrate indicates the man. •

Town Residence — 32, Grosvenor-square.

Country Seats — Swillington, Ferrybridge; and
Wilton-Castle, near Guisborough.

LUBBOCK, SIR JOHN-WILLIAM, ba-
ronet, of Lamas, in the county of Norfolk, an
eminent merchant and banker of London ; m.
Mary, daughter of James Entwistie, eso., of
Manchester, by whom he has an only son, John-
William, 6. 2rjth of March, 1808. Sir John
succeeded to the title upon the demise of his un-
cle, on the* 24th of February, 1816.

ftmeage.

John Lubbock, esq., an opulent merchant and
banker of the city of London, was created a baronet,
on the 9th of April, 1806, with remainder, in de-
fault of male issue, to his nephew, John-William,
the present baronet, the eldest son of his elder bro-
ther, William Lubbock, esq., of Lamas, in the
county of Norfolk. Sir John d. without issue,' in
1816.

Town Residence — 83, St. James's-place.

Country Seat — High Elms, Farnborough, Kent.

LUC AN, EARL OF, (Richard Bingham,)
and Baron Lncati, of Castle bar ; and a baronet
of Nova Scotia ; b. in December, 1784 ; m. in
1794, the Honorable Elizabeth Belasyse, daugh-
ter and co-heiress of Henry, last Earl of Fau-
conberg, (who had been previously married to
Bernard- Edward Howard, esq., now Duke of
Norfolk, but divorced from that gentleman by act
of parliament,) by whom he has issue Alex-
ander, Lord Bingham, 6. 2nd of June, 1801 ;
and five daughters. His lordship succeeded to
the family honors upon the demise of his hither,
on the 2!Hh of March, 1799.

This being a peerage of Ireland only, it con-
fers no hereditary seat in parliament, but the
present earl sits as one of the representative
peers.

Hmeage.

Hknrv Bingham, grandson of General Sir
Richard Bingham, (the first of the family in Ire-
land,) a distinguished soldier, and, eventually,
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Letneter, was created a barortet of Nova Scotia, in
1633 ; which title descended in succession to his
son, and two grandsons,

Sir Gsoaoc'k

Sir Hinby, (the latter of whom was auc-
and f*ceeded by his son,

Sir Grorok.J

Sir Johk, who m. Anne, daughter of A. Vesey,
esq., grand-niece of the celebrated General (in the
Irish army of King James the Second,) Patrick
Sarsfleld, Earl of Lucan, and great-grand-daughter
of King Charles the Second, through his illegitimate
daughter, Mary, sister of the unfortunate Duke of
Monmouth. Sir John was an officer of rank, on the
side of James, at the decisive battle of Aughrim,
and contributed to the success of William, by de-
serting bis colours. He d. in 1749, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

Sir Charlrs, who was elevated to the peerage,
on the 24th of July, 1776, by the title of Baron Lu-
can, of Castleton ; and advanced to the earldom of
Lucan, on the 6th of October, 1795. His lordship
m. in 1760, Margaret, daughter and sole heiress of
John Smith, esq., of Cannons Leigh, in the county
of Devon, by whom he had issue Richard, the pre-
sent earl ; and four daughters. He d. on the 29th
of March, 1799.

Motto, in Bngilsh,
Christ is my hope.

Town Residence —

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LUDLOW, EARL (George- James Lud-
low,) Viscount Preston, aud Baron of Ardsalla ;
b. in 1758 ; succeeded to the family honors upon
the demise of his father, on the yth of Novem-
ber, 1811. His lordship, who has lost an arm
in the service, is a general officer in the army,
colonel of the 88th regiment of foot, lieutenant-
governor of Berwick, and a Knight Grand Cross
of the Bath.

This being a peerage of Ireland, it confers no
hereditary seat in parliament, and the present
earl is not one of the representative lords.

3tmragr.

Thu Right Hojcorablk Pbtkr Ludlow, eldest
son of Peter Ludlow, esq., by Mary, daughter and
heiress of John Preston, esq., of Ardsalla, and
grandson of Stephen Ludlow, esq., (the first of the
family wlto settled in Ireland,) being sworn of the
privy council in England, and nominated, in 1782,
comp tr oller of his majesty's household, was elevated
to the peerage of Ireland oh the 19th of December,
1755, by the title of Baron Ardsalla, and advanced,
on the 3rd of October, 1760, to the viscounty of
Preston, and earldom of Ludlow. His lordship m.
in 1753, Frances, eldest daughter of Thomas, fourth
Earl of Scarborough, by whom he had Issue Au-
gustus, his successor; George-James, the present
earl ; and Ave daughters. He d. in 1803, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,

August it*, who d. unmarried, in 1811, when the
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family honors devolved upon his brother, the Ho-
norable General Sir George-James Ludlow, the pre-
sent peer.

Motto, in Engilsh,
I hope in adversity and fear in prosperity.

Town Residence — 15, New Burlington-street

Country Seat — Cople, near Bedford, in the county
of Bedford.

LUMLEY, VISCOUNT, (Richard-Lumley
Saundersoo,) of Waterfbrd, in the peerage of
Ireland, created 12th July, 1828.

See, Earl Scarborough.

LUSHINGTON, SIR HENRY, baronet,
of South-Hill-Park, in the county of Berks ; b.
27th of October, 1775; *»• in 1799, Fanny-
Maria, eldest daughter of Matthew Lewis, esq.,
by whom he has issue Henry, b. 10th of October,
1802 ; five other sons, and four daughters. Sir
Henry succeeded to the title upon the demise of
his father, on the 12th of January, 1807, and
was nominated consul-general at Naples, in
181$.

fLuteage.

Stephen Lcbhington, esq., third son of the
Reverend Doctor Lushington, by Mary, daughter of
the Reverend Doctor Altham, archdeacon of Mid-
dlesex, 6. in 1744, a director of the East India
company, was created a baronet on the 26th of April,
1791. He m. Hester, daughter of John Boldero,
esq., of Aspcnden Hall, in the county of Herts, by
whom he left issue Henry, the present baronet;
Stephen-Rumbold, one of the secretaries of the
treasury; another son, and five daughters. Sir
Stephen d. on the 12th of January, 1807.

Residence — The seat of his official employment
as consul-general at Naples.

LYNEDOCH, BARON, (Thomas Gra-
ham,) of Balgowan, in the county of Perth ;
m. Mary, daughter of Charles, late Lord Cath-
cart, (who d» in 1792,) by whom he has no issue.

This nobleman, who is only son of the late
Thomas Graham, esq., by Christian, fourth
daughter of Charles, Earl of Hopetoun, having
entered early into the military service of his
country, attained the rank of lieutenant-general,
and distinguished himself by his skill and valour
as a commanding officer during the peninsular
war, particularly in achieving the celebrated
victory of Barrosa, on the 5th of March, 1807.
for which services he received the repeated
thanks of both houses of parliament, obtained
the Grand Cross of the Bath, and was elevated
to the peerage on the 17th of May, 1814, as
Baron Lynedoch, of Balgowan.

Town Residence- -Warren's Hotel, Regent-street,
Pall-mall.

Country Seat— Balgowan, Perthshire.

LYTTLETON, LORD, (George - Fulke
Littleton,) Baron of Fnankley, in the county of
Worcester, in the peerage or England ; Baron
Westcote, of Balamore, in the peerage of Ire-



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land; and a baronet of England; b. in October,
1762$ succeeded to the title upon the demise
of his father, on the 14th of September, 1808.
His lordship is high steward of Bewdley.

lineage.

Thomas Littlbton, esq., of Frankley, lineally
descended from the celebrated judge of the common
pleas, in the reign of Edward the Fourth, Sir
Thomas Littleton, was created a baronet on the
18th of July, 1618. From this gentleman the title
descended, uninterruptedly, to the 5th baronet.

Sir Gborob, eldest son of Sir Thomas, his pre-
decessor, by Christian, daughter of Sir Richard
Temple, bark, of Stowe, in the county of Bucking-
ham. This gentleman, having filled many high
official stations, was elevated to .the peerage in 1756,
as Lord Lyttleton, Baron of Frankley, which peer-
age ceased at the demise of his only son,

Thomas, in 1779, without issue, but the ba-
ronetcy reverted to his lordship's uncle, his father's
half-brother,

William-Hknry, (eldest son of Sir Thomas
Lyttleton, by his second wife, Lady Rachel Russell,
eldest daughter of Wriothesley, second Duke of
Bedford,) who, after being employed as a diplomatist
in several foreign missions, was created a peer of
Ireland, on the 21st of July, 1776, as Baron West-
cote, of Balamore. His lordship 'm. first, in 1761,
Mary, daughter and co-heiress of James Macartney,
esq., of the county of Longford, in Ireland, by whom
he had issue George Fulke, the present peer ; ano-
ther son, and a daughter; and, secondly, in 1774,
Caroline, daughter of John Bristow, esq., by whom
he left, at his decease, in 1808, William-Henry,
heir presumptive to the peerage, and a daughter.
Lord Westcote was enrolled amongst the peers of
Great Britain, by the title of Lord Lyttleton, Baron
of Frankley, on the 13th of August, 1794.
Motto, in English;
One God, one king.

Country Seat— Hayley Park, Worcestershire.

MACCLESFIELD, EARL OF, (George
Parker,) in the county of Chester, Viscount
Parker, of Eweline, in the county of Oxford,
and Baron Parker, of Macclesfield; b. 24th
February, 1755; «. in 1780. Mary-Frances,
daughter and co-heiress of the Rev. Doctor
Drake, by whom he has issue an only daughter,
Maria, 5. on the 23rd of January, 1781 ; m. in
1802, Thomas, Lord Binning, eldest son of the
Earl of Haddington. The earl succeeded to
the family honors upon the demise of his rather,
on the 29th of February, 1795. His lordship
is lord lieutenant and custos rotulorum of the
county of Wexford, liigh steward of Henley,
president of the board of agriculture, captain of
the yeomen of the guard, D.C.L. and F.R.S.

fctaeage.

Thomas Parker, esq., an eminent lawyer, in
the reign of Queen Anne, was nominated one of
her majesty's counsel, and being called to the de-
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gree of serjeant-at-law, was appointed queen's Ser-
jeant, and receded the honor of knighthood on the
8th June, 1705. Sir Thomas was elevated to the
chief justiceship of the court of queen's bench, in
1710, and to the peerage, by King George the First*
on the 10th of March, 1716-16, as Lord Parker,
Baron of Macclesfield, in the county of Chester.
His lordship was nominated lord high chancellor of
England on the 12th of May, 1718, and created
Viscount Parker, of Eweline, in the county of
Oxford, and Earl of Macclesfield, on the 5th of
November, 1721, with remainder, (in default of
male issue,) of the dignities of baroness, viscountess,
and countess, to his daughter, Elisabeth, wife of
William Heathcote, esq. ; and the dignities of baron,
viscount, and earl, to her issue male. The earl as.
Janet, daughter and co-heiress of Charles Carrier,
esq., of Warwick, in the county of Derby, by whom
he had a son and daughter. He d. on the 28th of
April, 1732, and was succeeded by his only son,

GaoaoB, who m. first, in 1722, Mary, eldest
daughter of Ralph Lane, esq., an eminent Turkey
merchant, by whom he had two sons; and, secondly,
in 1757, Miss Nesbitt, by whom he had no child.
His lordship d. in 1764, and was succeeded by his
eldest son,

Thomas. This nobleman m. in 1749, his cousin,
Mary, eldest daughter of Sir William Heathcote,
hart, by whom he had issue George, the present
peer; another son, and three daughters. His lord-
ship d. on the 9th of February, 1795.
Motto, in English,
Dare to be wise.

Town Residence— 9, Conduit-street.

Country Seat— Sherborne Castle, Oxfordshire.

MACDONALD, BARON, (Godfrey-Boe-
ville Maodonald,) of Slate, in the county of
Antrim, and a baronet of Nova Scotia; 6. in
1775; m. in 1803, Miss Louisa-Maria Kdser,
by whom he has issue James- William ; another
son, and seven daughters. His lordship, who
is a major-general in the army, assumed, in
1814, the surname of Bosville, in addition to
and after that of Macdonald, in compliance with
the testamentary injunction of his maternal uncle,
William Bosville, esq., of Gunthwaite, in tho
county of York ; but upon inheriting the family
honors, at the demise of his brother, on the 19th
of June, 1824, he resumed the family name.

This being a barony of Ireland, it confers no
hereditary seat in parliament, and the present
baron is not one of the representative peers.

ILmeage.

This nobleman is the representative of the Lords
of the Isles, a race of princes of Norwegian descent,
who, for several generations, held themselves inde-
pendent of the Scottish monarch*. From those
lords directly descended

Donald Mac Doxald, esq., of Slate, who was
created a baronet of Nova Scotia, in 1639. Prom
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Sir Alkxamdbr, the ninth baronet, who was
elevated to the peerage of Ireland on the 17th July,
1776, as Baron Mac Donald, of Slate. His lord-
ship m. in 1768, Ensabeth-Diana, eldest daughter
of Godfrey BosviUe, esq., of Gunthwaite, in the
county of York, by whom he had issue Alexander-
Went worth, his successor; Godfrey, the present
peer; four other sons, and a daughter. He d. on
the 1 2th of September, 1795, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

Alkxandbr-Wrntworth, who d» unmarried,
in 1894, when the family honors devolved upon his
brother, the present peer.

Motto, in English,
By sea and by land.

Town Residence —

Country Seat— Gunthwaite, Yorkshire.

MACDONALD, THE RIGHT HONO-
RABLE SIR ARCHIBALD, baronet, of
East Sheen, in the county of Surrey; m. in
1777 9 Louisa, eldest daughter of Granville
Levison, late Marquess of Stafford, by whom be
has issue James, (who m. twice: first, Eliza-
beth, daughter or John Sparrow, esq. ; and, se-
condly, Lady Sophia Keppel, eldest daughter of
the £arl of Albemarle; both deceased,) and
two daughters.

This gentleman, who is uncle to the present
Lord Mac Donald, being bred to the bar, was
appointed, in 1784, solicitor-general; in 1788,



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