Copy of an autograph letter signed (as Lord Garlies) : Piccadilly [sic], to the Duke of Bedford, 1763 Dec. 23.

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Galloway, John Stewart, Earl of, 1736-1806. Copy of an autograph letter signed (as Lord Garlies) : Piccadilly [sic], to the Duke of Bedford, 1763 Dec. 23.

Copy of an autograph letter signed (as Lord Garlies) : Piccadilly [sic], to the Duke of Bedford, 1763 Dec. 23.

Complaining that posts in Wigtown have been filled without consultation with him or his father.

1 item (1 p.) ; (8vo)

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Bedford, John Russell, Duke of, 1710-1771

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Galloway, John Stewart, Earl of, 1736-1806

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The title Earl of Galloway was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1623 for Alexander Stewart. The Earl also holds the subsidiarys title of Lord Garlies (created 1607) and Baron Stewart of Garlies (1796). The former is in the Peerage of Scotland, and the latter in the Peerage of Great Britain. Galloway House, situated near the village of Garlieston in Wigtownshire, Scotland, was established in the 1740s by Alexander Stewart, Lord Garlies (ca. 1694-1773), later the 6th Earl of Galloway, and it ...