Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham

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Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham
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Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham, c. 1890.
1st Preses o the Scots Naitional Pairty
In office
7 Aprile 1934 – 20 Mairch 1936
Precedit bi Poseetion creatit
Succeedit bi Roland Muirhead
Preses o the Scots Labour Pairty
In office
25 August 1888 – 1895
Precedit bi Poseetion creatit
Succeedit bi Party Disestablished
MP for North Wast Lanrikshire
In office
1886 – 1892
Precedit bi John Baird
Succeedit bi Graeme Alexander Lockhart Whitelaw
Majority 332
Personal details
Born 24 Mey 1852
Lunnon, Unitit Kinrick
Dee'd 20 Mairch 1936 (aged 83)
Plaza Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentinae
Restin place Inchmahome Priory
Poleetical pairty Scots Naitional Pairty
Ither poleetical
Naitional Pairty o Scotland
Scots Labour Pairty
Liberal Pairty
Alma mater Harrow School
Laid tae rest at Loch o Mentieth. On the inchmahome priory

Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham[1] (24 Mey 1852 – 20 Mairch 1936) wis a Scots politeecian, writer, jurnalist an adventurer.[2]

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  1. Thare is nae hyphen atween the twa surnames (as is the Scots fashion) whilk war first jyned thegither bi Don Roberto's great-great-grandfaither, Robert Graham o Gartmore, in 1796 whan he inheritit the Cunninghame estate o Finlaystone in Renfrewshire frae his cousin John, 15t an last Earl o Glencairn.
  2. Heather, Ally; Kay, Billy (16 February 2018). "Don Roberto". Bella Caledonia. Retrieved 25 May 2018.