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Mr Poulett Scrope

Former MP for Stroud (27 May 1833 – 19 Aug 1867)

Mr Scrope Bernard

Former MP for St.Mawes (3 Nov 1806 – 21 Jan 1807)

Sir Scrope Bernard-Morland

Former MP for St.Mawes (28 Feb 1809 – 9 Aug 1830)

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Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (22 Mar 2004)

Crispin Blunt: ...was a huge treat to hear the eloquent testament of the former Secretary of State, the right hon. Member for Darlington (Mr. Milburn), to the property-owning democracy. A friend of mine, Mr. Peter Scrope, was the right hon. Gentleman's opponent in Darlington in 1997, and he would have enjoyed the philosophical journey that the right hon. Gentleman has undertaken over the past six or seven...

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund Bill: Issue Out of the Consolidated Fund for the Year Ending 31ST March 1971 (16 Feb 1971)

Mr William Hughes: ...injustice to our predecessors and to our current electors. We wish to establish that the executive, as personified by the Treasury, shall be held totally responsible to this Chamber. In 1740 Mr. Scrope managed to avoid being attainted on the grounds that he was the only man in the country who knew how to draw up a Treasury Bill. We do not want the Treasury to get away with public money...

Deer (England and Wales) Bill (8 Mar 1963)

Mr Marcus Kimball: ...the trail of a wounded deer and bring it to bay and draw the keeper's attention to it so that it can be properly dispatched. Hounds are very important to the proper control and management of deer. Scrope, whose book on deer stalking is perhaps the most authoritative work on the subject, devotes three chapters to the need for having properly trained and properly controlled deer hounds.

Orders of the Day — Local Authorities (Historic Buildings) Bill (9 Feb 1962)

Mr Anthony Royle: .... The room over the old gate house is where Queen Elizabeth I is reputed to have died on 24th March, 1603. The local story has it that as she died she gave her ring to her lady-in-waiting, Lady Scrope, who handed it out of the window to a horseman waiting below. He rode to Scotland and was the first man to give the news to James VI of Scotland, who became James I of England. I understand,...

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