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A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and ...
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1846
afterwards Anne appointed arms BARON Bart battle became brother called Castle Charles chief co-heir constituted court created crown dated daughter daughter and heiress daughter of Sir decease descended died dignity Duke dying Earl Earldom Edward elder eldest Elizabeth England espoused Essex estates EXTINCT father feudal fourth France George governor grant Grey heir honours Hugh inheritance Ireland issue James January Joane John June King King Henry king's knights Lady lands leaving Letters Patent Lineage London Lord lordship male manor March Margaret marks married Mary Maud monarch never noble nobleman Norfolk obtained peerage person present Prince Queen Ralph reign Richard Robert Roger royal says Scotland secondly sheriff Sir John Sir Thomas Sir William sister sons soon subsequently succeeded successor summoned to parliament third unmarried Viscount Walter ward wars Warwick widow wife Writ of Summons York
Side 139 - of great notions and eminent virtues ; the best speaker in the House of Commons, and capable of bearing the chief ministry, as it was once thought he was very near it, and deserved it more than all the rest did.
Side 329 - ... scarce any trace of them ~ was left. His great experience in affairs, his ready compliance with every thing that he thought would please the king, and his bold offering at the most desperate counsels, gained him such an interest in the king, that no attempt against him, nor complaint of him, could ever shake it, till a decay of strength and understanding forced him to let go his hold.
Side 108 - As he lived in a ruffling time, so he loved sword and buckler men, and such as our fathers were wont to call men of their hands, of which sort he had many brave gentlemen that followed him, yet not taken for a popular and dangerous person.
Side 176 - Strafford, and was most unconscientiously a prosecutor of Lord Clarendon. With great parts, he always hurt himself and his friends. With romantic bravery, he was always an unsuccessful commander. He spoke for the Test Act, though a Roman Catholic ; and addicted himself to astrology, on the birth-day of true philosophy.
Side 26 - Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports in the reign of...
Side 329 - He made a very ill appearance : he was very big : his hair red, hanging oddly about him : his tongue was too big for his mouth, which made him bedew all that he talked to : and his whole manner was rough and boisterous, and very unfit for a court.
Side 56 - All wet-shod both in dirt and mire; After much grief, their hearts yet leap; For labour doth some rest require: A town before them they did see, But lodged there they could not be.
Side 258 - ... until he fell down, though recovering himself again, notwithstanding his skull was cut through to the Pia Mater of the brain, he saw his adversaries fly away, and after walked home to his house at Llyssyn, where, after he was cured, he offered a single combat to the chief of the family, by whose procurement it was thought the mischief was committed...
Side 18 - The Lord James Audley with his four squires was in the front of that battle and there did marvels in arms, and by great prowess he came and fought with Sir Arnold d'Audrehem under his own banner, and there they fought long together and Sir Arnold was there sore handled.