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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Chichester Parliamentary history

    , the Duke had sat as member for Chichester . 15 The office of high steward was held by the Dukes of Richmond down to the death of the fifth duke (d. 1860), when the Reform Act had largely destroyed

    Friaries Franciscan Friars

    the south. 25 Wardens Philip of London , occurs c . 1244. 26 William Lawghton, occurs 1487 x 1525. 27 Dukes mentioned an impression of the warden's seal, attached to a deed of 1337. 28 Legend: S IGILLUM GARDIAN I

    Sussex Record Society volumes.

    . lxvii Estate Surveys of FitzAlan Earls of Arundel S.R.S . lxxii Printed Maps, 1575-1900 S.R.S . lxxiii Correspondence of Dukes of Richmond and Newcastle , 1724-50 S.R.S . lxxiv Coroners' Inquests, 1485-1558 S.R.S . lxxv Religious Census, 1851 S.R.S

    Parishes Itchen Abbas

    Plantagcnet, second Duke of Buckingham and Chandos . 14 On account of the declining fortunes of the family of the Dukes of Buckingham , the manors of Itchen Stoke and Avington were sold in 1848 and passed to John Shelley

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : pictures

    ,' in which the animals and background were painted by Snyders. In 1628 Charles acquired the famous gallery of the Dukes of Mantua, including Mantegna's nine great cartoons, which form the most valuable part of the Hampton Court collection, and

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [The Queens Faringdon Ward within. goodly Equipage]

    Marquesses younger Sons. Earls eldest Sons. Viscounts. Dukes younger Sons. Marquesses eldest Sons. Earls. { The Lord Chamberlain of England , and { The Lord Marshal of England . Dukes eldest Sons. Marquesses. Dukes . { The Almoner, { Charentieux,

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Remarks of some of them.

    ; Six Kings, and Three Queens of Scotland ; Two Cardinals, above Twenty Dukes , and almost as many Dutchesses, of the Kingdom of England ; divers Dukes of Scotland , and most of all the now Ancient Nobility of

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Thomas de Acars.] Cheape Ward.

    perswaded them to go to their Houses. But upon this a Commission of Oyer and Terminer was issued to the Dukes of Exeter and Bucks, and other Noblemen, for Enquiry and Punishment of these Disorders. But when they were set

    Book 1, Chapter 27 The SAVOY.

    Queen ANNE . The QUEEN. His Highness Prince GEORGE . Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury . Lord Chancellor. Lord Treasurer. The Dukes of Shrewsbury , Ormond, Leeds , and Buckingham . The Earls of Pembroke , Clarendon, and Rochester . Lord

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Ancient Housekeeping.

    Horseback, and was lodged in the Herber. Richard Duke of York , with 400 Men, lodged at Baynard's Castle. The Dukes of Excester and Somerset with 800 Men. The Earl of Northumberland , the Lord Egremont , and the Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for somnereasonl or 6ilire Are ;'Mut- able' they j will oot 'tirn their prti'ildeg into prb$l T ushile 1Lords aid Dukes trade and traffiC in borou-hgh, thle poor pot. s'al'opers are to be yoIr. only pure meIn YoI cai theRe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    demand, matte by Messrs. COMTE and Dou-Noivrro to be liberated, either on their own biail, or on tha:t of the Dukes de Brog-TiNo and DttfT'ATT, the Marquis dela Fayette and his son, Messrs. LArITTB, D'Argenson, B. de CUonstaat, &c. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thing being properly arrangred for the ceremronv. the llord Chamnberlain retired, Ond introduced the Prince of Hesse-1ombeberg t hatveen the Dukes of Clarence and Kent. His Serene Highnes3 walsa dressed in his General's onifort, and wore sevteral of his Orders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    60,10001. a-year. Ihe Duke of Yor liadS7,0001. besides inlitary appointments. Te Duke and Dchleess of Gloucester had 28,{001[. besides the Duke's emolu- Ments. tdid not appear the duity of Ministers to put the King's Sies ain a sttuation subordinatp to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the chest is far from bein4 removed. Messengers were sent early in the weeks to hasten the return of the Dukes of KEN'T and CAMBRIDGn . The latter Was expected bv his domestics during the whole of Thuriday night, arndit Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREGORY, George (1670-1746), of Nottingham.

    came of one of the leading families of Nottingham, which he represented as a Whig, with the support of successive Dukes of Newcastle. Obtaining a place after George I’s accession, he voted with the Government in all recorded divisions, except

    DRURY, Robert II (?1524-57).

    their membership of the Privy Council, and these may have sufficed to secure the nomination, although the 3rd and 4th Dukes of Norfolk perhaps in turn played some part. Drury was early involved in the business of the Commons. On

    HUSSEY, Henry (by 1495-1541/44), of Slinfold, Suss.

    Alfred Berwick was in the duke’s service and his sons were later to be associated with the 3rd and 4th Dukes. In compliance with the King’s request of 1536 for the reelection of the previous Members both he and Berwick

    BANKS, Joseph (1665-1727), of Revesby Abbey, Lincs.

    1722 1727 Biography A country attorney, Banks made a fortune as agent for the Dukes of Leeds, Norfolk and Newcastle, buying estates in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.[footnote] In 1715 he stood for Grimsby against Arthur Moore. Hearing that Moore, who was

    HALDANE, Patrick (c.1683-1769), of Bearcrofts, Stirling.

    the general election of 1722, Haldane was appointed a judge of the court of session, with the support of the Dukes of Roxburghe and Montrose, the leaders of the Squadrone, but against the opposition of their rivals, the Duke of


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