Right Honourable John Sinclair, Lord Pentland

a memoir.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pentland, Marjorie Gordon Sinclair, lady. Right Honourable John Sinclair Lord Pentland, G.C.S.I. London, Methuen []. Full text of "The Right Honourable John Sinclair,lord Pentland,g.c.s.i" See other formats. Henry John Sinclair, 2nd Baron Pentland AMICE (6 June – 14 February ) was a Scottish businessman and peer.

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The transatlantic Baron Pentland was a businessman and member of the House of Lords who spent much of his career conducting government and commercial affairs with the United States.

John Pentland – Lord Pentland (Henry John Sinclair) was a pupil of Ouspensky for many years during the s and s. He began to study intensely with Gurdjieff in Gurdjieff then appointed him to lead the Work in North America. Buy The Right Honourable John Sinclair, Lord Pentland, G.C.S.I.

- A Memoir. By Lady Pentland, in Good condition. Our cheap used books come with free delivery. ISBN. John Sinclair, 1st Baron Pentland GCSI GCIE PC (7 Julie – 11 Januar ) wis a Scots Leeberal Pairty politeecian, sodger, peer, admeenistrator an Right Honourable John Sinclair Cooncillor that served as the Secretar o Scotland frae tae an the Govrenor o Madras frae tae Govrenor-General: The Laird Hardinge o Penshurst.

William Patrick Patterson Direct Student of Lord John Pentland. L ord John Pentland, the remarkable man Gurdjieff chose to lead the Work in America, was Mr.

Patterson's primary teacher. Born June 6,near Lord Pentland book into an aristocratic family with roots in Scotland. John Pentland – by J. Walter Driscoll Lord Pentland (Henry John Sinclair) was a pupil of both P.D. and Mme. Ouspensky for many years during the s and s. He spent considerable time inthe last year of Gurdjieff's life, with him; Right Honourable John Sinclair he led the Gurdjieff Work in North America.

T his year marks the 20th anniversary of the passing of Lord John Pentland, the remarkable man Mr. Gurdjieff chose to lead the work in his indefatigable leadership as president of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York, from its inception in to his death 31 years later, the ancient teaching of The Fourth Way, rediscovered, reassembled and reformulated for modern.

The Hon Lord Pentland (Paul Cullen) Lord Pentland was appointed as a Senator of the College of Justice in November He was Chairman of the Scottish Law Commission from to Having served his pupillage with Alan Rodger (later Lord Rodger of Earlsferrry), Lord Pentland was admitted to membership of the Faculty of Advocates in This material comes from notes and recordings of exchanges between John Pentland and people who attended meetings with him in Los Angeles between and Sixth in the Series Introducing the Ideas of G.I.

Gurdjieff, presents meeting transcripts from Los Angeles from to. of John Stewart, Lord Darnley, of John Sinclair, Master of Caithness (s. of George Sinclair, 4th Earl of Caithness), and d.

of Patrick, 3rd Earl of Bothwell Bef 2, 12, (); Lady Pentland, The Right Honourable John Sinclair, Lord Pentland: A Memoir (London, ), ; J. Gibson, The Thistle and the Crown: A History of the Scottish Office (Edinburgh, ), ; I. Hutchison, A Political History of Scotland. John Pentland () was a student of G.I.

Gurdjieff and P.D. Ouspensky, and worked closely with Madame Jeanne de Salzmann. He was President of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York from its inception in up until his death inand also established the Gurdjieff Foundation of California. The correspondence of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, bart.: with reminiscences of the most distinguished characters who have appeared in Great Britain, and in foreign countries, during the last fifty years.

Illustrated by facsimiles of two hundred autographs. by Sinclair, John, Sir,   Writer and historian, James Moore, has dedicated his life to the Gurdjieff movement, as a pupil of Kenneth Walker, and then of Henriette Lannes fromas a teacher within the Gurdjieff Society of London, as an independent practitioner after when he left the Society to work with his own groups/5.

Henry Sinclair, later 3rd Lord Sinclair. Sir William Sinclair of Warsetter (d. bef. 13 May ), mar. Helen Gordon, and had issue.

Magnus Sinclair (d. after 29 Sep ) 1. Elizabeth Sinclair, mar. as his second wife John Glendonwyn. died. shortly after 14 Jul (bur.

at Dunfermline) suc. son. note. Name John Sinclair Suffix 3rd Earl of Caithness. Died 18 May Somersdale Find all individuals with events at this location Cause: killed during the Battle of Somersdale. Father Sir William Sinclair, 2nd Earl of Caithness, d. 9 SepFlodden, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England.

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Mother Mary Keith, d. Yes, date unknown. The other instance was that of a bond of even date, received from George, Lord Seton, for the peacable "brookeing and joiseing" of his lands of Roslin, Pentland, Pentland More, Morton and Mortonhall, Herbertshire, Cosland, Dysart, and Ravenscraig, etc.

Amongst the witnesses to this instrument are John and Edward ofprobably of. Sir William Sinclair or Saint Clair (d. ), of Roslin, friend of Robert Bruce, was the son of Sir Henry Sinclair of Roslin [see under Sinclair, Sir William, (fl.

–)] by Alicia de Fenton. According to Father Hay, he received from Robert the Bruce the grant of Pentland Moor in free forestry and the office of great master-hunter of Scotland on account of the prowess of Children: William Sinclair of Roslin.

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Life. He was son of Henry Sinclair, the Jarl of Orkney, by his wife Jean, daughter of John Halyburton of ir was one of those captured following the Battle of Homildon Hill inbut released on ransom.

He had succeeded his father, de facto, as Jarl by ; there is no record that he was ever officially installed as Jarl, and no certain record that he ever visited his.

Sir John Sinclair, Scottish statesmen, statistician and agrarian reformer. Scion of the Sinclairs of Ulster, a noble family of Caithness, John Sinclair was tutored by the poet John Logan before enrolling in the high school and then the university of Edinburgh at the age of thirteen.

Unpublished Papers of John, Seventh Lord Sinclair, Covenanter and Royalist [John Sinclair, John A. Fairley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Leopold Classic Library is delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive collection. As part of our on-going commitment to delivering value to the reader.

John Sinclair, 1st Baron Pentland (), Politician; MP and Secretary for Scotland, Governor of Madras. Sitter in 6 portraits. Tell us More. Like voting is closed. Thanks for Liking.

Please Like other favourites. If they inspire you please support our work. Make a donation Close. Sir John Gibson of Pentland and Addistone is the son of Sir Alexander Gibson, Lord Durie and Margaret Craig. 2 He married, firstly, Jean Hay, daughter of Alexander Hay of Kennet.

1 He married, secondly, unknown wife (?). 1 He married, thirdly, Elizabeth Thomson, daughter of Sir Thomas Thomson, 1st Bt. 1 He was appointed Knight in 1. Henry Sinclair, 1st Earl of Orkney, the main subject of this page. He was born circa and died (slain) circa - He was born circa and died (slain) circa - He married circa to Jean Haliburton, daughter of either Sir Walter Halyburton of Dirleton or Sir John de Halyburton of Dirleton and his wife Margaret.

SINCLAIR, JOHN, seventh Lord Sinclair (–), son of Patrick, sixth lord Sinclair, by Margaret, daughter of Sir John Cockburn of Ormiston, was born on 29 Oct. [see for ancestry under Sinclair, William, third Earl of Orkney and first Earl of Caithness].

Edinburgh. It is then that the Sinclairs probably acquired land in Aberdeenshire. A John de St Clare (Sinclair) certainly owned land there in It is likely the Sir Henry Sinclair II who lived at Herdmanston in the mid s was Sir Henry I’s grandson and his son Sir John Sinclair I of Herdmanston fought against theFile Size: 79KB.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Earls of Caithness according to Caithness Family History. William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, m. 1stly Margaret, daughter of Archibald, 4th Earl of Douglas; m.

2ndly Marjorie, daughter of Alexander Sutherland of Dunbeath. *by 1* William the Waster, from whom the Lords of Sinclair. *by 1* Catharine, m. BOOK OF BROADSHEETS (Author) DAWSON, GEOFFREY (Author) TIMES, THE (Author) THE TIMES BROADSHEETS FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Author) Methuen (Publisher) The Right Honourable John Sinclair Lord Pentland, G.C.S.I.

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