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(For other politicians of this name, see John Colville (disambiguation).) John Colville (c. 1540–1605), Scottish clergyman, judge, politician and author, was the son of Robert Colville of Cleish, in Kinross. In December 1591 he was implicated in the Earl of Bothwell's attack on Holyrood Palace, and was outlawed with the earl. He retired abroad, and is said to have joined the Roman Church. He died in Paris in 1605. Colville's Original Letters, 1582–1603, published by the Bannatyne Club in 1858, contains a biographical memoir by the editor, David Laing.

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  • (For other politicians of this name, see John Colville (disambiguation).) John Colville (c. 1540–1605), Scottish clergyman, judge, politician and author, was the son of Robert Colville of Cleish, in Kinross. In December 1591 he was implicated in the Earl of Bothwell's attack on Holyrood Palace, and was outlawed with the earl. He retired abroad, and is said to have joined the Roman Church. He died in Paris in 1605. Colville's Original Letters, 1582–1603, published by the Bannatyne Club in 1858, contains a biographical memoir by the editor, David Laing.
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