Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, A Concentrated Account of All the Baronies Commonly Called Baronies in Fee: Deriving Their Origin from Writ of Summons, and Not from Any Specific Limited Creation, Shewing the Descent and Line of Heirship as Well of Those Families Mentioned by Sir William Dugdale, as of Those Whom that Celebrated Author Has Omitted to Notice, (interspersed with Interesting Notes and Explanatory Remarks), Whereto is Added the Proofs of Parliamentary Sitting, from the Reign of Edw. I to that of Queen Anne, Also, a Glossary of Dormant English, Scotch and Irish Peerage Titles, with Reference to Presumed Existing Heirs, Volume 1

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Page 175 - OLIVER, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging, to the Commissioners authorised by a late Ordinance for Approbation of Public Preachers, or ' to
Page 11 - Committees, appointed to search the journals of the House, rolls of parliament, and other records and documents for all matters touching the dignity of a peer of the realm.
Page 30 - ... to our lord the King, he shall be amerced, and otherwise punished, according as of old times hath been used to be done within the said realm in the said case.
Page 8 - William was also held in much reverence : he wore his crown three times every year when he was in England : at Easter he wore it at Winchester, at Pentecost at Westminster, and at Christmas at Gloucester. And at these times, all the men of England were with him, archbishops, bishops, abbots, and earls, thanes and knights.
Page 6 - And the City of London shall have all its ancient liberties and free customs, as well by land as by water; furthermore we will and grant, that all other cities and boroughs, and towns and ports, shall have all their liberties and free customs.
Page 42 - opinion and do resolve and adjudge that no fine now levied nor at any time hereafter " to be levied to the King can bar such title of honour or the right of any person " claiming such title under him that levied or shall levy such fine.
Page 52 - That every lineal ancestor shall be capable of being heir to any of his issue; and in every case where there shall be no issue of the purchaser, his nearest lineal ancestor shall be his heir in preference to any person who would have been entitled to inherit, either by tracing his descent through such lineal ancestor, or in consequence of there being no descendant of such lineal ancestor, so that the father shall be preferred to a brother or sister, and a more remote lineal ancestor to any of his...
Page 14 - Archiepiscopi, episcopi, et universae personae regni, qui de rege tenent in capite, habent possessiones suas de domino rege sicut baroniam, et inde respondent Justitiis et ministris...
Page 281 - Baldwin de Redvers, Earl of Devon and Lord of the Isle of Wight, this was the second Cistercian house erected in England.