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John Scott, 1st earl of Eldon, (born June 4,Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, Eng.—died Jan. 13,Hamilton Place, Middlesex), lord chancellor of England for much of the period between and As chief equity judge, he granted the injunction as a remedy more often than earlier lords chancellor had generally done and settled the rules for its use.
Earl of Eldon, in the County Palatine of Durham, is a title in the Peerage of the United was created in for the lawyer and politician John Scott, 1st Baron Eldon, Lord Chancellor from to and again from to He had already been created Baron Eldon, of Eldon in the County Palatine of Durham, in the Peerage of Great Britain inand was made Viscount Encombe First holder: John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon.
Full text of "The public and private life of Lord Chancellor Eldon: with selections from his correspondence" See other formats. Lord Chancellor A prominent political figure, John Scott was considered the greatest lawyer of his time. He developed trademark law by issuing numerous injunctions against merchants who sold goods bearing the name of other traders and also consolidated equity into a working body of legal principles.
Scott was called to the Bar in and entered the House of Commons in John Scott’s government legal opinions, – 44 Early-nineteenth-century legal patronage of the Lord Chancellor Early-nineteenth-century ecclesiastical patronage of the Crown and Lord Chancellor Changes in legal and judicial appointments, – Chancery ofﬁces in the gift of the Lord Chancellor.
John Scott, first Lord Eldon and Lord Chancellor, was the third son of William Scott of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by his second wife, Jane Atkinson. Eldon was born in Love Lane, Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 4 June Eldon's paternal grandfather, also William Scott, was described as a yeoman of Sandgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
John Scott () Born: 4th June at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland Baron Eldon Viscount Encombe Earl of Eldon Died: 13th January at Hamilton Place, Westminster, Middlesex. John Scott was the third and youngest son of William Scott Senior, who was in business as a coal merchant of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and of Jane Atkinson.
Scott was knighted inand in was created Baron Eldon of Eldon. His legal career culminated in his appointment as Lord Chancellor inwhich office he held (with a break in ) until He was further ennobled as Earl of Eldon in circa John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (). Lord chancellor of Englandopposed Catholic emancipation, abolition of the slave trade and Parliamentary reform.
He resigned in protest against Canning's Catholic Emancipation plan in Original Artwork: Engraving by H Y Robinson from a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
John Haydn and Horace Ockerby, The Book of Dignities, third edition, W.H. Allen and Co. Ltd, Londonreprinted Firecrest Publishing Limited, Bathp. –; John Lord Campbell () Lives of the Lords Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of. Scott, John () 1st Earl of Eldon, Lord Chancellor This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
The life, political and official, of John, Earl of Eldon, late Lord Ch. Full text of "A memoir of the life of Robert Henley, Earl of Northington, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain" See other formats. John Scott, Lord Eldon, the duty of loyalty by R. A Melikan () The public and private life of Lord Chancellor Eldon, with selections from his correspondence by Horace Twiss ().
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The lord chancellor traditionally served as head of the judiciary and speaker of the House of Lords. Inhowever, the post’s role was redefined following the implementation of several. Two letters to the Right Hon. Earl Eldon, Lord Chancellor, &c. &c.: with official and other documents [Hardcover] [Mornington, William Long Wellesley, Earl of, Eldon, John Scott, Earl of, ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Two letters to the Right Hon. Earl Eldon, Lord Chancellor, &c. &c.: with official and other documents [Hardcover]Author: Mornington, William Long Wellesley, Earl of,Eldon, John Scott, Earl of. The Times, 23 January Funeral of the Earl of Eldon. Yesterday morning at 11 o’clock, the mortal remains of Sir John Scott, Earl of Eldon, were removed from his mansion in Hamilton-place, Piccadilly, for internment in the catacomb attached to the church of the parish of Kingston, in 10 o’clock the domestics of his Lordship’s household, the servants of the family of.
John Scott, Earl of Eldon, Viscount Encombe, of Encombe in the county of Dorset, and Baron Eldon, of Eldon in the county of Durham, was born on the 4th of June,at Newcastle-uponTyne, in which place his father carried on the business of a merchant.
Applying himself to the study of the law, his Lordship was admitted a member of the Society. Eldon, John Scott, 1st earl of (–).
Lord chancellor. The son of a Newcastle coal merchant, Scott rose rapidly as a lawyer. He entered Parliament inand became solicitor-general and attorney-general He led for the crown in the ‘treason trials’ of Thomas Hardy and other radicals in Source for information on Eldon, John Scott, 1st earl of: The Oxford Companion.
Background and education. Eldon was the only child of John Scott (), only son of Lord Chancellor John Scott, 1st Earl of father died when he was only two weeks old. His mother was Henrietta Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Matthew White Ridley, 2nd was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford.
John Scott, Lord Eldon () was an important English lawyer and a dominant figure in Georgian public life, and ranks among the most important Lord Chancellors in the long history of that office.
This biography, the first in approximately years, traces Eldon's public career, from MP to Lord Chancellor. Synopsis John Scott, Lord Eldon () was an important English lawyer and a dominant figure in Georgian public life, and ranks among the most important Lord Chancellors in the long history of that office.
This biography, the first in approximately years, traces Eldon's public career, from MP to Lord Chancellor. First Earl of Eldon (). From the description of John Scott Eldon letter to Mr. Campbell and Mr. Spottiswoode, July 5. (Cornell University Library).
WorldCat record id: British government official, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain from From the description of Letter: to Mr. Campbell and Mr. Spottiswoode, Scott, John (sir ; 1st Earl of Eldon ; ) schema: deathDate John FitzGibbon, first earl of Clare (–), who became attorney-general of Ireland in and lord chancellor of Ireland six years later, is one of the most controversial figures in Irish history, the result of his extreme anti-Catholic and pro-union political stance.
John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (4 June – 13 January ) was Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain from to and from to Quotes . It is better that the law should be certain than that every judge should speculate upon improvements in it. Sheldon v. Goodrich, 8 Ves.(); I always thought it better to allow myself to doubt before I decided, than to.
Armorial bookplate of William Courtenay Morland to each volume. Internally clean but for the usual foxing to plates, some spotting to cloth, leather a little rubbed. A very good set. The affairs of John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (), the barrister and politician who served as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (, ).
John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon, was a British barrister and politician. He served as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain between and and again between and Changes. Late – Lord Camden leaves the Cabinet; September – William Wellesley-Pole. Lord Eldon's anecdote book / edited by Anthony L.J.
Lincoln and Robert Lindley McEwen ; with a foreword by the Fourth Earl of Eldon. KF Z9 E4 John Scott, Lord Eldon the duty of loyalty / R.A. Melikan.Beloved by the Establishment of his day but detested by reformers, Lord Eldon was the arch-conservative. You will find his name on a blue plaque at number 6 Bedford Square, London, W.C Born John Scott, Lord Eldon’s early career was less orthodox than its end.
The son of a Newcastle coal merchant, he at one time considered taking Holy Orders.John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (4 June – 13 January ) was Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain from to and from to It is better that the law should be certain than that every judge should speculate upon improvements in it.