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" The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession. 2. The eldest sons of younger sons of peers, and their eldest sons in like perpetual succession; both which species of esquires Sir Henry Spelman entitles armigeri natalitii. "
An abridged history of France; also a table of the sovereigns of England. To ... - Page 186
1856
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The secretary's assistant. New (10th)

William Kingdom - 1854
...to be, Sir, Your most obedient, very humble Servant, The persons legally entitled to this rank are the eldest sons of Knights, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession; the eldest sons of the younger sons of Peers, and their eldest sons, in like succession ; the sons...
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New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (Partly Founded on Blackstone).

Henry John Stephen - Law - 1858
...himself a herald, distinguishes them the most accurately ; and he reckons up four sorts of them (b) : 1 . The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons, in perpetual succession (c) ; 2. The eldest sons of younger sons of peers, and their eldest sons in like perpetual succession...
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Notes & Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1859
...eldest son of a knight is an esquire. " Camden, who was himself a Herald, reckons up four sorts of them. 1. The Eldest sons of Knights and their eldest sons in perpetual succession. 2. The Eldest sons of younger Sons of Peers and their Elder Sons in like perpetual succession. 8. Esquires created by the...
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The spelling-book supersede, or A new and easy method of teaching the ...

Robert Sullivan - 1860
...of a Baronet* ) Bart. WIVES of Baronets and Knights. — To Lady . Madam.1 ESQUIRES. — The yersons legally entitled to this title are — 1. The eldest...perpetual succession. 2. The eldest sons of the younger sons of Peers, and their eldest sons in like succession. 3. Esquires by virtue of their office, as...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1860
...himself a herald, distinguishes them the most accurately; and he reckons up four sorts of them :(«) 1. The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons, in perpetual succession :(y) 2. The eldest sons of younger sons of peers, and their eldest sons in like perpetual succession...
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The spelling book superseded, or Exercises on orthography, etymology, and ...

Robert Joseph Sullivan - 1869
...To Sir , (and in the case of a Baronet?) Bart. WIVES of Baronets and Knights. — To Lady . Madam.i ESQUIRES. — The persons legally entitled to this...perpetual succession. 2. The eldest sons of the younger sons of Peers, and their eldest sons in like succession. 3. Esquires by virtue of their office, as...
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The Cabinet Lawyer: A Popular Digest of the Laws of England, Civil, Criminal ...

John Wade - Law - 1871 - 879 pages
...Commissioners of the Seal Bum degree. Camden, who was himself a herald, reckons up four sorts of esquires. 1. The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession. 2. The eldest sons of peers, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession. 3. Esquires created by the queen's letters-patent,...
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The prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. by W. McLeod

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1871
...escuyer); the person who attended a knight in time of war, and carried his shield. By the laws of heraldry, the eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession, are esquires. LINE 81.—Lokkes erulle=curled locks. * Mail was the British word for iron, so that...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone - Law - 1872
...himself a herald, distinguishes them the most accurately ; and he reckons up four sorts of them : (v) 1. The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons in perpetual succession : (w) 2. The eldest sons of younger sons of peers, and their eldest sons in like perpetual succession:...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone, George Sharswood - Law - 1875
...himself a herald, distinguishes them the most accurately: and he reckons up four sorts of them :(u) 1. The eldest sons of knights, and their eldest sons,...in perpetual succession :(») 2. The eldest sons of younger sons of peers, and their eldest sons in like perpetual succession : both which species of esquires...
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