Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine

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  2. Stryker 1949: 3
  3. Hostettler 1996: 5
  4. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 3
  5. Hostettler 1996: 6
  6. Stryker 1949: 15
  7. Hostettler 1996: 7
  8. Thorne 2006
  9. Stryker 1949: 18
  10. Stryker 1949: 408
  11. Stryker 1949: 19
  12. Stryker 1949: 31
  13. Hostettler 1996: 7–8
  14. Hostettler 1996: 11
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  16. Hostettler 1996: 12
  17. Stryker 1949: 35, 44
  18. Hostettler 1996: 13
  19. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 8
  20. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 10
  21. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 11
  22. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 13
  23. 1 2 Stryker 1949: 98
  24. Stryker 1949: 111–12. Stryker suggests that this failure has been exaggerated.
  25. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 30
  26. Stryker 1949: 123
  27. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 31
  28. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 44
  29. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 45
  30. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 52–53
  31. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 52
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  33. Stryker 1949: 306
  34. Hostettler 1996: 126
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  36. Ormrod 1977
  37. 1 2 Hostettler 1996: 177
  38. "No. 15887". The London Gazette . 8 February 1806. p. 160.
  39. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 92
  40. 1 2 Lovat-Fraser 1932: 93
  41. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 96
  42. 1 2 Lovat-Fraser 1932: 98
  43. Lovat-Fraser 1932: 99
  44. Hostettler 1996: 197–99; Lovat-Fraser 1932: 102–05
  45. Hostettler 1996: 204
  46. Hostettler 1996: 197–99
  47. Hostettler 1996: 221–22
  48. 1 2 Lovat-Fraser 1932: 107

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The Lord Erskine
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Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain
Lord High Steward for the trial of:
In office
7 February 1806 1 April 1807
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Portsmouth
17901800
With: Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, Bt to 1796
Lord Hugh Seymour from 1796
Parliament of Great Britain abolished
Parliament of the United Kingdom
New creation
Member of Parliament for Portsmouth
1801–1806
With: John Markham
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain
1806–1807
Succeeded by
Peerage of the United Kingdom
New creation Baron Erskine
1806–1823
Succeeded by