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Peace Treaties between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Kings of Timor: Ammassie, Sonnebayer and Coromeno Ammaber, signed 2 July 1655

Agreement under the Auspices of the Netherlands East India Company between the Kings of Ternate and Tidore, signed at Castle Orange, Ternate , 6 June 1722

Agreements between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Kings of Lamboenoe, Sinding and Sikaboe (North Celebes), signed 1 March 1740

Conventions between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Kings of the Sangir Islands, signed 27 May 1771

Douglas-Home, Charles Cospatrick Archibald (1873 - 1951), Lord Lieutenant of Berwickshire since 1930; Capt. King’s Bodyguard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers

MENTETH, William Frederick Stuart- (1874 - 1952), Member, Royal Company of Archers, the King’s Bodyguard for Scotland

GORDON-CUMMING, Alexander Penrose (1893 - 1939), DL, JP, Moray; Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland); late Cameron Highlanders

CARRUTHERS, Francis John (1868 - 1945), HM Lieutenant in the County of Dumfries; Brigadier the Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

WAUCHOPE, David Alexander (1871 - 1929), Lothians and Border Horse; King’s Bodyguard of Scotland, Royal Company of Archers

LESLIE, Charles (died 1930), Gordon Highlanders, retired; Member of Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

MACKAY, George (died 1949), Member of the Royal Company of Archers, King’s Bodyguard for Scotland

STUART, Donald MacKenzie (1864 - 1946), DL, JP Lanarkshire; retired; Member Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

HUTCHISON, Thomas (1866 - 1925), Consul for Belgium in Leith; a Brigadier of King’s Body Guard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers

JARDINE, William (1865 - 1915), JP for Co. Dumfries; Captain and Hon. Major 3rd Battalion King’s Own Scottish Boarderers; Member Royal Company of Archers, King’s Body Guard for Scotland

BALFOUR, Frederick Robert Stephen (1873 - 1945), DL, JP, Peeblesshire; Lt-Col 1916; a member of King’s Scottish Bodyguard since 1900; Director of Guardian Assurance Company, Cable and Wireless Ltd, London Committee Bank of Montreal, and other companies

The Caroline Hall Companies: Queen Henrietta’s Men, 1626–1642, King’s Revels, 1629–1637, and Beeston’s Boys, 1637–1642

Provisional Agreement between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Kings of Ternate and Tidore, signed on the Island of Tidore, 25 May 1666

Extension of Treaties between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Kings of Gorontalo and Limbotto, signed at Castle Orange, Ternate, 9 July 1710

Agreement between the Kings of Ternate and of Tidore, mediated by the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands), signed at Castle Orange, Ternate, 14 June 1720

 

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Formed by Thomas Killigrew, one of the two companies granted a patent by Charles II at the Restoration in 1660. Performing initially at the Red Bull and moving into the ...

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