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HEPBURN, JOHN, seaman and Arctic traveller; b. in at Whitekirk, East Lothian, Scotland; d. on 5 April at Port Elizabeth (South Africa).. After a little education at the local parish school, John Hepburn spent his early years as a cowherd by the Firth of Forth. In about he became an apprentice seaman, and he spent the next three years sailing between Newcastle and London. Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, was the son of Sir Patrick Hepburn, 1st Lord Hailes and Ellen Wallace. He was not of age to marry on 2 February , the date of the marriage contract agreed between his father, and Alexander Home, 1st Lord Home, which settled the contract of marriage between Adam and Helen Home, Sir Alexander's daughter by his.
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Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn: Knight, Governor of Munich, Marshall of France Under Louis XIII, and Commander of the Scots Brigade Under Gustavus Adolphus, Etc: Authors: James Grant, John Hepburn (sir.) Publisher: William Blackwood, Original from: Oxford University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation.
Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn Chapter XVII. The Sconce on the Rhine: Leaving a garrison in Marienburg, Gustavus broke up his camp and marched to Aschaffenburg, a city on the Maine but first despatched three hundred of Ramsay's musketeers under the cavalier Hana, and a body of.
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Sir John Hepburn (c. – 8 July ) was a Scottish soldier who fought in wars in continental Europe achieving the rank and status of Maréchal de France. John Hepburn was the 2nd son of George Hepburn of Athelstaneford, near the town of Haddington and his wife Helen Hepburn, daughter of Adam Hepburn of Smeaton.
He probably studied at St Andrews inand then travelled to France. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Atlas Of Adventures. Author: Rachel Williams ISBN: Memoirs And Adventures Of Sir John Hepburn. Author: James Grant ISBN: OXFORD HEPBURN, Sir JOHN (?–), Scottish soldier of fortune, was the second son of George Hepburn of Athelstaneford, a small property near Haddington, held feudally of his kinsmen, the Hepburns of Waughton.
He is probably the John Hepburn who matriculated at St. Leonard's College, St. Andrews, in It inspired me to learn more about Scottish and English history.
This story sticks to true facts. The Hepburn was a real person. The Gordon sisters existed, although the author changed their names from Janet and Katherine to Jane and Mary. The double contract really existed.
Sir Matthew Craddock was real, as were the Drummond sisters/5(11). James Grant (–) was a Scottish novelist and miscellaneous writer. Grant was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was a distant relation of Sir Walter was a prolific author, writing some 90 books, including many included Adventures of an Aide-de-camp, One of "The six hundred", The Scottish musketeers and The Scottish cavalier.
SIR JOHN HEPBURN (c. ), Scottish soldier in the Thirty Years' War, was a son of George Hepburn of Athelstaneford near Haddington. In and in the following years he served in Bohemia, on the lower Rhine and in the Netherlands, and in he entered the service of Gustavus Adolphus, who, two years later, appointed him colonel of a Scottish regiment o£ his army.
Grant, James, Memoirs and adventures of Sir John Hepburn. (Edinburgh, London, W. Blackwood and sons, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Grant, James, Memoirs and adventures of Sir William Kirkaldy of Grange.
(Edinburgh, W. James Grant wrote in all some fifty-six novels. A quick succession of incidents, much vivacity of style, and a dialogue that seldom flags characterise all of them.
Those dealing with Scottish history embody considerable research, are vigorous and picturesque in style, and express much sympathy with the reckless daring, loyalty, and manliness of 4/5. artillery was drawn up. Sir John Hepburn sent his man presently to me to come up, which I did; and Sir John without any ceremony carries me directly up to the king, who was leaning on his elbow in the window.
The king turning about, "This is the English gentleman," says Sir John, "who I told your Majesty had been in the Imperial army." "How. Katharine Houghton Hepburn was an American actress of film, stage, and television. Known for her headstrong independence and spirited personality, Hepburn's career as a Hollywood leading lady spanned more than 60 years/5.
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Grant wrote much and well on history, especially the history of his native land. The following are his works in this department of literature: 1. ‘Memoirs and Adventures of Sir W.
Kirkaldy of Grange,’ 2. ‘Memorials of the Castle of Edinburgh,’ 3. ‘Memoirs and Adventures of Sir J. Hepburn,’ 4. ‘Memoirs of Montrose.Download Book Memoirs And Adventures Of Sir John Hepburn in PDF format. You can Read Online Memoirs And Adventures Of Sir John Hepburn here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.
which mixes fantasy with political and social satire, Defoe's narrator travels to the moon. "Memoirs of a Cavalier" – This novel is set during the Thirty Years' War.Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn is incorrect. 2 There is a possible explanation of Scott's picture of Dalgetty in the remark made by James VI.
to Sir Andrew Gray, a stout old warrior who invariably wore buff and armour in times of peace, and who added to his long sword and formid able dagger a pair of iron pistols.