1804 Battle of Trafalgar



Archibald de jure, 16th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his son, Patrick de jure, 17th Lord Borthwick. He was sometime manager of the National Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh  
1807 Slave trade abolished in British Empire  
1812 War declared on Great Britain by America  
1814 Peace signed between Great Britain and America  
1815 Battle of Waterloo 1815
1830 William 1V succeeds to throne Patrick de jure, 17th Lord Borthwick claims the Peerage 1816
1831 Reform Bill passed Patrick de jure, 17th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his son Archibald, de jure, 18th Lord Borthwick  
1837 Queen Victoria becomes Queen  
1840 Penny postage instituted 1840
1857 Indian mutiny Archibald, de jure, 18th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his brother, Cunningham, 19th Lord Borthwick. He was educated at Edinburgh HS and University. Member of the Stock Exchange 1853-77. 1863
1865 President Lincolm assassinated Cunningham, 19th Lord Borthwick, Claim to Peerage allowed 5th May. Representative Peer for Scotland 1880-85 1870
1899 Boer War begins Cunningham, 19th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his only son Archibald, 20th Lord Borthwick. He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, and CH.CH. Oxford. He was a partner in Borthwick, Wark & Co. Stockbrokers. 1885
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