A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry ... (Google eBook)

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Harrison, 1895 - Genealogy
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Page 882 - With Maps, showing where Her Majesty's Ambassadors, Ministers, Consuls, and others, are resident abroad; together with a List of Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Representatives within the Queen's Dominions.
Page 884 - Pall Mall, sw (Containing an account of the services of the Officers in the Indian Service and other information, by direction of Secretary of State for India in Council).
Page 881 - Comprising historical and statistical information respecting the colonial dependencies of Great Britain, an account of the services of the officers in the colonial service, a transcript of the colonial regulations, the customs tariff of each colony, and other information.
Page 488 - ... at various periods, More, Mure, Muir, Moor, &c., and from the correspondence of the armorial bearings, seems to be the same originally as that of the Moores of Moore Place, in Kent, now represented by the Irish Moores, Marquises of Drogheda. The arms of
Page 711 - CB Knight of the Legion of Honour. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie.
Page 888 - January, 1895. The same, for 1896. 358 pp. London, March, 1896. The India list, civil and military. 590 pp. London, 1895. The India list and India Office list for 1896. Compiled from official records. 564 pp., 1 map. London, 1896. The New Zealand official yearbook.
Page 504 - Professor of Public Law and of the Law of Nature and Nations in the University of Edinburgh. New Edition, Revised and much Enlarged. 8vo, 18s. The Institutes of the Law of Nations. A Treatise of the Jural Relation of Separate Political Communities.
Page 488 - three mullets, on abend;" while on the shield of Rowallan are quartered the wheat-sheaves of the Comyns. The most ancient of the name on record are the Mores of Polkelly, near Kilmarnock ; one of whom, David de More, appears as witness to a charter of Alexander II. The direct male line of Polkelly becoming extinct, the estate passed, by marriage of the heir female, to the Mores of Rowallan, cadets of the family, who had acquired the...

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