Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie, knight

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Urquhart, Thomas, Sir, 1611-1660, Crichton, James, 1560-
Statementby John Willcock.
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Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty was a Scottish writer and translator, most famous for his translation of Rabelais. InUrquhart participated in the Royalist uprising at Inverness.

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Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty was a Scottish writer and translator, most famous for his translation of Rabelais. InUrquhart participated in the Royalist uprising at Inverness. He was declared a traitor by Parliament, though he doesn't seem to have suffered any other consequences/5.

In the Court-book of the Burgh of Banff we have the following entry: ", July 21st, Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie gave in ane Act of the Session of Banff, geiveing licence to him to erect ane desk and loft in the kirk of Banff (seeing he is both a parochiner and resident within the said toun) for his accomodatione.

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Sir Thomas Urquhart, Urquhart also spelled Urchard, (bornCromarty, Scot.—died ), Scottish author best known for his translation of the works of François Rabelais, one of the most original and vivid translations from any foreign language into English.

Urquhart studied at King’s College, Aberdeen, and fought against the Covenanters at Turriff (). Now lately invented, and perfected, explained, commented on, and with all possible brevity, and perspicuity, in the hiddest, and most re-searched mysteries, from the very first grounds of the science it selfe, proved, and convincingly demonstrated.

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URQUHART or URCHARD, Sir THOMAS (–), of Cromarty, author and translator, eldest son of Thomas Urquhart (–), of a family content to trace back their descent to Galleroch de Urchart, who flourished in the time of Alexander II (though they might, as Sir Thomas subsequently showed, have gone back very much further), was born in A challenge from Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie [to his cousin John Urquhart of Craigfiatray in ] Urquhart, Thomas Sir, [ Book: ].

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of a fantastical age, fully deserves the tribute of a biography. But there is a serious stumbling-block in the biographer's path; so little is known of the gallant knight that only with great pain and forethought can a book be eked out from the scanty materials. That which we have discovered of the man is discovered in his own works, for a love of autobiography never deserted him.

Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty (or Urchard, c. ) was a Scottish writer and translator, most famous for his translation of Rabelais. Life. Urquhart was born to an old landholding family in Cromarty in northern the age of eleven he attended King's College, University of ards he toured the Continent, returning in Urquhart's language proposal "The Jewel" as well as Volapük, Esperanto, and other constructed language are prominent plot devices in the novel.

References. Boston, Richard (). The Admirable Urquhart. London: Gordon Fraser. Willcock, John (). Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie, Knight. Edinburgh and London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier. Urquhart kaj lia universala lingvo havas gravan rolon en la romano A Hand-book of Volapük (Manlibro de Volapuko) de Andrew Drummond.

Literaturo. Boston, Richard (). The Admirable Urquhart. London: Gordon Fraser. Willcock, John (). Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie, Knight. Edinburgh and London: Oliphant, Anderson & ĝo: an de decembro (), en ./ By Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie Knight.

Published for the benefit of those that are mathematically affected. Urquhart, Thomas, Sir, London: Printed by Iames Young., Subject terms.Thomas Urquhart was born into a long-established family of landowners in Cromarty.

At the age of 11 he became a student at King's College, Aberdeen, and subsequently toured the Continent, returning to Scotland in These were troubled times, and on 20 MayUrquhart was among the Royalists led by the Marquis of Huntly who put to flight Covenanter forces which had been occupying Turriff.