John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll

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General John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll KT PC (c. 1693 – 9 November 1770), was a British Army officer and Scottish Whig politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1713 and 1761.wikipedia
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Lord William Campbell

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Lord William Campbell (born 1731, died 1778)
His father was John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll.

Lord Frederick Campbell

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Lord Frederick Campbell (born 20 June 1729, died 8 June 1816)
Frederick Campbell was the third son of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll, and his wife, Mary, daughter of John, 2nd Lord Bellenden.

John Campbell, 5th Duke of Argyll

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Field Marshal John Campbell, 5th Duke of Argyll (born June 1723, died 24 May 1806)
Born the son of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll and Mary Campbell (née Bellenden, the daughter of John Bellenden, 2nd Lord Bellenden of Broughton), Campbell was educated at a private school in London and commissioned as second lieutenant in the 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers in 1739.

Buteshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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However, he soon entered the world of politics, and at the 1713 general election, he was returned unopposed as Member of Parliament (MP) for the alternating seat of Buteshire.

Combe Bank School

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He acquired Coombe Bank, near Sevenoaks Kent, where he commissioned Roger Morris to build a country house for him in the second quarter of the 18th century.
Combe Bank (or Coombe Bank) was originally built in the Palladian style for Colonel John Campbell, afterwards Duke of Argyle, by Roger Morris in the second quarter of the 18th century.

John Campbell of Mamore

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The Duke was the son of Hon. John Campbell of Mamore, the second son of Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll, and Elizabeth Elphinstone, daughter of John, 8th Lord Elphinstone.
He then resigned his seat in favour of his son John.

Groom of the Chamber

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During most of his tenure as MP for Dunbartonshire, he was Groom of the Bedchamber.

Dunbartonshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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At the 1727 general election, Campbell succeeded his father as MP for Dunbartonshire, where he was returned unopposed in the general elections of 1734, 1741 and 1747.

Governor of Limerick

Upon inheriting the dukedom and other titles upon the death of his cousin Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of Argyll, he left the House of Commons and became Governor of Limerick and a Scottish representative peer.
1761: The Duke of Argyll

Royal Scots Greys

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He rose quickly up the ranks, becoming a brigadier general in 1743, major general in 1744, and lieutenant general in 1747; he became colonel of the North British Dragoons in 1752, a position he held until his death.
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John Campbell

John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll (1693–1770), Scottish Whig politician

William Robertson (Irish priest)

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Robertson and William Campbell of Mamore (younger brother of John Campbell) presented to Stirling a petition signed by some sixty students, demanding a university meeting for 1 March to elect a rector according to the statute.

Campbell of Argyll Militia

The Campbell of Argyll Militia also known as the Campbell militia, the Argyll militia, or the Argyllshire men, was an irregular militia unit formed in 1745 by John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll to oppose the Jacobite rising of 1745.

List of Knights and Ladies of the Thistle

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Hone family

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Nathaniel married Mary Earle, who has been described in varying sources as either the natural daughter of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll or as a 'nobleman's mistress'.

John Campbell (1750–1826)

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Campbell was the second son of William Campbell of Liston Hall in Essex, a younger brother of 4th Duke of Argyll and grandson of the 9th Earl of Argyll.

Flitch of bacon custom

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In a letter to the Countess of Ailesbury (Lady Caroline Campbell, daughter of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll and widow of Charles Bruce, 4th Earl of Elgin and 3rd Earl of Ailesbury but by this stage married to Hon.

Raids on Lochaber and Shiramore

punitive expeditions into the Highlands which continued throughout the summer
On 19 May Major-general John Campbell wrote from Fort William that the rebel Jacobite Coll MacDonell of Barisdale had gone to Loch Arkaig with 120 men and that the Glengarry folk were to join him, that there were new arms and Lochgarry, the Macphersons and Frasers were also expected.