John Sholto Douglas, 8th Marquis of, 1844–1900, Scottish nobleman and sponsor of modern boxing rules.
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How to use Queensberry in a sentence
So he went on to Drumlanrig, and left the whole property to Douglas of Queensberry.Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17 | Alexander Leighton
Gentlemen, it will be a fight to a finish—Markis o' Queensberry rules.The Definite Object | Jeffery Farnol
The Marquis of Queensberry doesn't hesitate to hint why his son was "sent down" from Oxford.
He made no pretence either of innocence or of questioning the folly of his proceedings against Queensberry.
You suggest that the Queensberry pugnacity was something that Oscar could not deal with successfully.