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  1. 1 de jan. de 2023 · Alexander Stewart, duke of Albany, also called (1455–c. 1458) Earl Of March, (born c. 1454—died 1485, France), second son of James II of Scotland, created duke of Albany in or before 1458. Both he and John, earl of Mar , quarrelled with their brother James III , who imprisoned them in 1479.

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  2. Há 6 dias · At a Protestant ceremony in the Chapel Royal of Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh on 23 December 1600, he was baptised by David Lindsay, Bishop of Ross, and created Duke of Albany, the traditional title of the second son of the king of Scotland, with the subsidiary titles of Marquess of Ormond, Earl of Ross and Lord Ardmannoch.

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    Há 6 dias · Holinshed identifies the personal names of the Duke of Albany (Maglanus), the Duke of Cornwall (Henninus), and the Gallic/French leader (Aganippus). Shakespeare refers to these characters by their titles only, and also changes the nature of Albany from a villain to a hero, by reassigning Albany's wicked deeds to Cornwall.

  4. 16 de jan. de 2023 · Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, Stewart also spelled Stuart, also called (1565–67) Earl of Ross, Duke of Albany, (born Dec. 7, 1545, Temple Newsom, Yorkshire, Eng.—died Feb. 9/10, 1567, Edinburgh), cousin and second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, father of King James I of Great Britain and Ireland (James VI of Scotland), and direct ancestor of all subsequent British sovereigns.

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