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Alexander Brodie
Alexander Brodie may refer to:Sir Alexander Brodie, Lord Brodie (1617–1680) of Brodie, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Elginshire 1643–50 Alexander Brodie (died 1672) of Lethen, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Nairnshire 1646–9 Alexander Brodie (1697–1754)
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Elgin Burghs (UK Parliament Constituency)
Elgin Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of Great Britain from 1708 to 1801 and of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1918. Until 1832, when Peterhead was added, the constituency comprised the parliamentary burghs of Elgin, Cullen, Banff, Inverurie
Inverurie
and Kintore, lying in Elginshire (later known as Morayshire), Banffshire
Banffshire
and Aberdeenshire. In 1918 the constituency was abolished
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William Brodie (sculptor)
William Brodie (22 January 1815 – 30 October 1881) was a Scottish sculptor, operational in Edinburgh
Edinburgh
in the 19th century.Contents1 Life 2 Family 3 Trained by Brodie 4 List of Works 5 References 6 External linksLife[edit] He was the son of John Brodie, a Banff shipmaster, and elder brother of Alexander Brodie (1830–1867), another sculptor. He was elected Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy
Royal Scottish Academy
(RSA) in 1857, and Royal Scottish Academician in 1859 . In 1876 he was appointed Secretary of the RSA, a post he held until his death. When he was about six years old, his family moved to Aberdeen. William Brodie was later apprenticed to a plumber, but studied in his spare time at the Mechanic's Institute, where he amused himself by casting lead figures of well-known people
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Alexander Broadie
Alexander Broadie FRSE, Scottish philosopher and honorary professorial research fellow at Glasgow University. He writes on the Scottish philosophical tradition, with particular reference to the philosophy of the Middle Ages, the 17th century, and the Enlightenment.Broadie attended the Royal High School, Edinburgh, then the University of Edinburgh (MA in philosophy), Balliol College, Oxford (MLitt), and the University of Glasgow (PhD, DLitt). He was Henry Duncan prize lecturer in Scottish Studies, Royal Society of Edinburgh (1990–1993), and was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1991
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Alexander Brody (other)
Alexander Brody may refer to:Sándor Bródy (writer), Hungarian author and journalist Sandy Brody, racing driver Sándor Bródy (footballer), Hungarian football player Alexander Brody (businessman and writer)See also[edit]Alexander Brodie (other)Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name
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Alexander Brodie, Lord Brodie
Alexander Brodie (1617–1680), of Brodie, lord of session, was descended from an old family, which in 1311 received the lands of Brodie in Elginshire
Elginshire
from Alexander III. He was the eldest son of David Brodie of Brodie, by Grizzel, daughter of Thomas Dunbar, and niece by the mother's side of the Admirable Crichton, and was born on 25 July 1617. In 1628 he was sent to England, where he remained till 1632. In the latter year he was enrolled a student in King's College, Aberdeen, but he did not take a degree. On 19 May 1636 be was served heir of his father by a dispensation of the lords of council, and on 28 Oct. of the same year he married the relict of John Urquhart of Craigston, by whom he had a son and daughter
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Nairnshire (Parliament Of Scotland Constituency)
Nairnshire
Nairnshire
was a constituency of the Parliament of Scotland
Parliament of Scotland
before the Union with England in 1707. The barons of the shire or sheriffdom of Nairn elected two commissioners to represent them in the Parliament and in the Convention of Estates. At the time of the Union Hugh Rose, commissioner for Nairnshire
Nairnshire
was chosen as one of the Scottish representatives to the first Parliament of Great Britain
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Alexander Oswald Brodie
Alexander Oswald Brodie
Alexander Oswald Brodie
(November 13, 1849[N 1] – May 10, 1918) was an American military officer and engineer. Earning his initial reputation during the Indian wars, he came to prominence for his service with the Rough Riders
Rough Riders
during the Spanish–American War. His friendship with Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
then led to Brodie being appointed Governor of Arizona Territory
Arizona Territory
from 1902 to 1905.Contents1 Background 2 Spanish–American War 3 Governorship 4 After office 5 Notes 6 Footnotes 7 References 8 External linksBackground[edit] Alexander O. Brodie was a lineal descendant[1] of Robert III, King of Scotland.[2] His family originated in Northern Scotland and his branch of the Clan Brodie
Clan Brodie
is known as Brodie of Caithness
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Clan Brodie
Clan Brodie
Brodie
is a Scottish clan
Scottish clan
whose origins are uncertain. The first known Brodie
Brodie
chiefs were the Thanes of Brodie
Brodie
and Dyke in Morayshire. The Brodies were present in several clan conflicts, and during the civil war were ardent covenanters
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John Alexander Brodie
John Alexander Brodie
John Alexander Brodie
(1858 – 1934) was a British civil engineer.[1] Brodie began his professional career in 1875 working in the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board engineering department under Chief Engineer George Fosbery Lyster, following this he set up a private consultancy and spent some time working in Spain.[1] In 1889 he invented the goal net for use in football matches and he said that this was the invention of which he was the most proud.[2][3] Brodie returned to
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Alexander Brodie (died 1770)
Alexander Brodie of Lethen (died 28 April 1770)[1] was a Scottish politician. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Nairnshire from 1735 to 1741.[1] He was the oldest son of Alexander Brodie (of Duneran 1691 and Lethen 1703), and his wife Sophia, a daughter of Sir Hugh Campbell of Calder.[2] He succeeded to his father's estates in 1745.[3] In 1754 he married Henrietta Grant, a daughter of the Colonel William Grant of Ballindalloch,[2] with whom he had two sons and three daughters.[3] References[edit]^ a b Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with "C" (part 6) ^ a b Foster, Joseph (1882). Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357–1882: on the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices (2nd ed.). pp. 34–5. OL 17326078M
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Alexander Brodie (1697–1754)
Alexander Brodie, 19th of that Ilk (17 August 1697 – 9 March 1754)[1] was a Scottish clan chief and politician from Moray. He sat in the House of Commons of Great Britain
House of Commons of Great Britain
for 34 years, as a government supporter. For 27 years he was Lord Lyon King of Arms, the most junior of the Scottish Great Officers of State, responsible for regulating the heraldry of Scotland.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Lord Lyon 4 Death 5 Family 6 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Brodie was the second son of George Brodie of Brodie and Aslick in Moray.[2] His mother Emilia was the 5th daughter and co-heir of James Brodie of that Ilk.[3] He was educated at Marischal College
Marischal College
in Aberdeen, and possibly also at the at Leiden University
Leiden University
in the Netherlands.[2] In 1724 he married Mary Sleigh (1704–1760), daughter of Major Samuel Sleigh of the 16th Foot
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Alexander Brodie
Alexander Brodie may refer to:Sir Alexander Brodie, Lord Brodie (1617–1680) of Brodie, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Elginshire 1643–50 Alexander Brodie (died 1672) of Lethen, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Nairnshire 1646–9 Alexander Brodie (1697–1754)
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