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Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of

Record IDcnp01367532
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01367532
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Biographical Data1612 - 1650
Last Edit2019-05-03

General Note

1st Marquess of Montrose. Royalist army officer. Studied in Glasgow 1624-7, St Andrews 1627-29. Travelled abroad 1632-6. In England 1636, may have been slighted by Charles I whilst there. Initially supported the covenanters 1637-9, but in secret correspondence with the King by the end of 1639. Signed the Cumbernauld bond 1640, alliance against the earl of Argyll but still upholding the covenant. Imprisoned as a plotter June- Nov 1641, after correspondence with king became known. Tried to rally Scottish royalists to deter covenanters invasion of England, but failed. Appointed lieutenant-general Feb 1644, created marquess May 1644. Decided to rally the royalists of the north-east lowlands and the highlands. Won 6 victories 1644-5, aimed to establish a royalist regime after Kilsyth but had to flee back to the highlands after defeat at Philiphaugh. Victories weren't enough to bring him support. Made lieutenant-governor and captain-general 1645. Admired in Europe for his victories, 1645-9. Authorised by Charles II to negotiate with all kings and princes for military aid 1649, travelled widely in Europe. Occupied the Orkneys 1649, to pose a military threat and force the covenanters into negotiations with the King. Order of the Garter 1649. Landed on the mainland and advanced south, defeated at Carbisdale by a surprise attack. Escaped but captured at Assynt and sent to Edinburgh 1650. Hung, drawn and quartered 1650.
Général écossais, 5e comte et premier marquis de Montrose. D'abord partisan du Covenant dans les guerres épiscopaliennes, il fut ensuite l'un des principaux soutiens de Charles I en Ecosse (1644-1646). A écrit aussi en latin. Note de regroupement par domaine: Histoire de l'Europe (940).
1. Marquis von Montrose

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Further Biographical Data1612-1650
1612-21.05.1650
Intellectual Responsibilityauthor
Primary Language(s)English
Title of NobilityMarquis
ActivityMarquis
Personen zu politischer Theorie, Militär (8.4p) (sswd)
1. Marquis von Montrose
Geographic NoteGB (iso3166)
NationalityBritish
Online RessourceOnline Resource
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Names

HeadingMontrose, James Graham, Marquis of
used in: The University of Aberdeen Library
Montrose, James Graham ¬of¬
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Montrose, James Graham, marquis de
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Graham, James, Marquis of Montrose (1st)
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - GK Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Graham, James, marquis of Montrose
used in: Koninklijke Bibliotheek - National Library of the Netherlands, Den Haag (Netherlands)
Montrose, James Graham ¬of¬, 1612-1650
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Variant NameMontrose, Marquis of
Graham, James
BLC
Graham, James
BLC [Sources: BLC]
Graham, James, Marquis of Montrose
Graham of Montrose, James
Gramus, Jacobus
Gramus von Montrosse, Jacobus
Jacobus, Montisrosarum marchio
Mons Rosarum, Jacobus
Latin
Montrose, James ¬of¬
Montrose, James G.
Montrose, James Graham
Montrose, Marquis de
Montross, Marquis of, James Graham
Montrosse, Jacobus Gramus ¬von¬
Graham, James
Montrose, James Graham ¬de¬

Sources

Found inLOC. — DNB. — BLNA, 1997-10 : Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of. — Oxford DNB : Graham, James, first marquess of Montrose - http://www.oxforddnb.com. — Mourre, 1996 (s.v. Montrose). — BN Cat. gén.. — CP v.9 p.149-151=James (Graham) 5th Earl of Montrose (suc. 1626) and 1st Marquess of Montrose (cr.1644.5.6), b. 1612, hung, drawn and quartered 1650.5.21 aged 38. — LoC-NA, M. — NUC. — GK55. — Wing. — CP=1626 succ. as 5th Earl of Montrose, cr. Marquis 1644. — LoC-NA, M. — PND, BSB, NUC
Imprint SourcesTéynde ende laetste spraecke vanden Marquis van Montrose tot Edenbor*. - 1650
Certaine instructions given by the L. Montrose. - 1641
Déclaration du roy d'Angleterre, faite aux Escossais / par le marquis de Montrose, gouverneur et lieutenant général... au royaume d'Escosse pour sadite Majesté, contre les rebelles d'Escosse... présentée à la Reyne d'Angleterre, 1650
De rebus auspiciis .. Caroli .. Magnae Britanniae .. regis. Sub imper*. - 1662
De rebus auspiciis serenissimi, & potentissimi Car... / [By James Graham marquis of Montrose]., 1647
Declaratio ad Scotos. / By Jacobus Montisrosarum marchio, 1650
Illustrissimi et excellentissimi Jacobi Montis Rosarum,... pro Majestate regia supremi Imperatoris, declaratio ad Scotos, 1650
Mémoires de James Graham, marquis de Montrose contenant l'Histoire de la rebellion de son temps, traduits de l'anglois, 1767
R206412: A relation of the execution of James Graham late Marquesse of Montrosse, at Edenburgh, on Tuesday the 21 of May instant, 1650
t007182: his The Scotch-souldier's speech, concerning the king's coronation oath, 1701? tp=By the Marquis of Montross...
J. G. De rebus auspiciis ... Caroli ... Magnae Britanniae ... regis. Subimperio ... Jacobi Montis-rosarum Marchionis, Comitis de Kincardin, ... 1644 et duobus sequentibus praeclare gestis, Commentarius. - 1662
Mémoires de James Graham, marquis de Montrose. - 17XX

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