A Catalogue of Notable Middle Templars: With Brief Biographical Notices

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Butterworth and Company, 1902 - Lawyers - 284 pages
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Page 155 - England. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was called to the Bar by the Middle Temple in 1868.
Page 133 - He was educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he remained from 1636 to 1643.
Page 152 - HI.',, he was raised to the peerage of Ireland by the title of Lord Dunsandle, a dignity which had long been assigned to him, and for which his patent is said to have been actually made out at the resignation of the Duke of Wellington as Premier in 1834. In his various election contests Mr. Daly had incurred a very large expenditure in support of the Tory interest.
Page 22 - In the ensuing Michaelmas term he entered on his new province of reading these lectures ; which, even at their commencement, such were the expectations formed from the acknowledged abilities of the lecturer, were attended by a very crowded class of young men of the first families, characters, and hopes.
Page 73 - In 1787, he was a member of the convention, which framed the constitution of the United States, and his name is affixed to that instrument. In October, 1788...
Page 113 - He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and was called to the Irish bar. In 1832, however, he emigrated to Canada, and settled in the township of Oro in Upper Canada.
Page 2 - British throne, who was to be shortly married to his cousin, the Princess Victoria Mary of Teck. This death occurred on the very day of the deaths of two eminent and venerable Roman Catholic dignitaries, the octogenarian Cardinal Edward...
Page 77 - Council, and created a peer of Great Britain by the title of Baron of Dutton and Duke of Brandon.
Page 33 - All these are in the Norwich manuscripts of More, 228 ; and are, we suppose, at present, in the public library of Cambridge. " Several speeches of lord keeper sir Nicholas Bacon, from 1558 to 1571 inclusive," in Mr. Ralph Thoresby's collection ; " a discourse upon certain points touching the Inheritance of the Crown, conceived by sir Anthony Brown, and answered by sir Nicholas Bacon,
Page 43 - An Historical View of the Negotiations between the courts of England, France, and Brussels, from 1592 to 1617.

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