John Ker

John Ker (8 August 1673 – 8 July 1726) was a Scottish spy during the Jacobite risings.

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Venus In The Cloister - Publication History - English Editions
... fretted over how to convict Curll, John Ker appeared on the scene ... Edmund Curll had met John Ker in jail—he was an old man with quite an adventurous history and conveniently enough for Curll, he had just finished writing his memoirs which was also quite libelous ... When Curll published Memoirs of John Ker, Townshend found enough reason to send him behind bars once again, and this time with plenty of legal reason ...
John Ker, 1st Duke Of Roxburghe
... John Ker, 1st Duke of Roxburghe, PC, FRS (c. 1680–1741) was the second son of Robert Ker, 3rd Earl of Roxburghe, and Margaret Hay, daughter of John Hay, 1st Marquess of Tweeddale ... He was younger brother to Robert Ker, 4th Earl of Roxburghe ...

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