Henry Jardine

Sir Henry Jardine of Harwood WS FRSE (30 January 1766 – 11 August 1851) was a solicitor, antiquarian and a founder member of the Bannatyne Club in 1823, with his friend Sir Walter Scott.wikipedia
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Bannatyne Club

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Sir Henry Jardine of Harwood WS FRSE (30 January 1766 – 11 August 1851) was a solicitor, antiquarian and a founder member of the Bannatyne Club in 1823, with his friend Sir Walter Scott.

Edinburgh Arrow

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In 1790 he was winner of the Edinburgh Arrow as finest archer in the Royal Company of Archers.
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Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer

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From 1820 until 1831 he was King's remembrancer in the exchequer throughout the reign of King George IV.

George Parker Bidder

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A bursary was founded in his name at the University of Edinburgh by George Parker Bidder, whose education at the university had been assisted by Jardine.
There he did not remain long, being removed by his father, who wished to exhibit him again, but he was saved from this misfortune and enabled to attend classes at the University of Edinburgh, largely through the kindness of Sir Henry Jardine, to whom he subsequently showed his gratitude by founding a "Jardine Bursary" at the university.

William Forbes Skene

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In the 1820s one of his apprentices in his rooms at Parliament Square was William Forbes Skene.
He was then apprenticed as a lawyer first to Francis Wilson WS at Parliament Square then to Henry Jardine WS also at Parliament Square.

Sir George Mackenzie, 7th Baronet

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His proposers were George Steuart Mackenzie (his son-in-law), Henry Mackenzie, and Thomas Charles Hope.
Following her death (13 January 1835) he married in the following year, Catherine Jardine (d.1857), second daughter of Sir Henry Jardine of Harwood, and widow of Captain John Street of the Royal Artillery, by whom he had one son.

Andrew Skene

She was the sister of Andrew Skene and James Skene of Rubislaw.
In 1823 he was a co-founder of the Bannatyne Club along with his brother-in-law Sir Henry Jardine and Sir Walter Scott.

James Skene

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She was the sister of Andrew Skene and James Skene of Rubislaw.
His sister Catherine Skene married Henry Jardine in Edinburgh.

Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

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Sir Henry Jardine of Harwood WS FRSE (30 January 1766 – 11 August 1851) was a solicitor, antiquarian and a founder member of the Bannatyne Club in 1823, with his friend Sir Walter Scott.

Edinburgh

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He was born in Edinburgh on 30 January 1766.

George Drummond

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He was the son of Jean Drummond, daughter of George Drummond, the Lord Provost of Edinburgh and Rev John Jardine (1715–1766), minister of the Tron Kirk on the Royal Mile.

Lord Provost of Edinburgh

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He was the son of Jean Drummond, daughter of George Drummond, the Lord Provost of Edinburgh and Rev John Jardine (1715–1766), minister of the Tron Kirk on the Royal Mile.

Tron Kirk

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He was the son of Jean Drummond, daughter of George Drummond, the Lord Provost of Edinburgh and Rev John Jardine (1715–1766), minister of the Tron Kirk on the Royal Mile.

Royal Mile

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He was the son of Jean Drummond, daughter of George Drummond, the Lord Provost of Edinburgh and Rev John Jardine (1715–1766), minister of the Tron Kirk on the Royal Mile.

Royal High School, Edinburgh

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He attended the High School in Edinburgh and then studied law at the University of Edinburgh.

University of Edinburgh

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A bursary was founded in his name at the University of Edinburgh by George Parker Bidder, whose education at the university had been assisted by Jardine. He attended the High School in Edinburgh and then studied law at the University of Edinburgh.

Royal Company of Archers

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In 1790 he was winner of the Edinburgh Arrow as finest archer in the Royal Company of Archers.

Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet

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He became a Writer to the Signet in 1790 and in 1793 took the important government role of Solicitor of Taxes, through the patronage of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville.

Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville

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He became a Writer to the Signet in 1790 and in 1793 took the important government role of Solicitor of Taxes, through the patronage of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville.

George IV of the United Kingdom

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From 1820 until 1831 he was King's remembrancer in the exchequer throughout the reign of King George IV.

Royal Society of Edinburgh

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In 1814 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

Henry Mackenzie

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His proposers were George Steuart Mackenzie (his son-in-law), Henry Mackenzie, and Thomas Charles Hope.

Thomas Charles Hope

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His proposers were George Steuart Mackenzie (his son-in-law), Henry Mackenzie, and Thomas Charles Hope.

Honours of Scotland

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In 1818 he was of those present with Sir Walter Scott at the rediscovery of the Honours of Scotland.

Robert the Bruce

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In November 1819 he was present at the opening of the grave of Robert Bruce, inspection of the remains, and the re-interment in a new leaden coffin which was then completely filled with hot pitch to exclude air and preserve the bones.