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Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and ..., Volume 1
George Edward Cokayne
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1st Earl abovenamed acres afsd afterwards aged Alexander Anne appears April BARON Bart became extinct body called Castle Charles charter claim coheir Coll Countess Court cousin creation death dignity Douglas Dublin Duke Dukedom Earl Earldom Edward Elizabeth England Erskine estates father firstly France George granted heir heirs male Henry High honours House Ireland issue James July June jure King Lady Lancaster lands Leicester Lincoln living London Lord March Margaret MARQUESS Marshal Mary mother Norfolk Oxford Parl peerage probably Queen Richard Robert Royal Scotland second wife secondly Sir John Sir Thomas Sir William sister sometime STEWART styled LORD surv took VISCOUNT Viscountcy Westm widow wife writ York
Page 132 - Because it is a slender thing of wood, That up and down its awkward arm doth sway, And coolly spout and spout and spout away, In one weak, washy, everlasting flood ! EPIGRAM.
Page 172 - ... the common law should be inheritable to other entire and indivisible inheritances, as, namely, an office of honour, and public trust, or a castle for the necessary defence of the realm, or the like ; in case any such inheritance was given, or limited to the said Mary, and the heirs of her body by the said earl begotten.
Page 5 - Honor and County of Lancaster (the Honor extending into .the Counties of Lancaster, Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincoln, Nottingham, Leicester, Derby, York, Rutland, and Stafford), the Honors of Leicester and Derby, Bolingbroke, Pickering, Pontefract, Tickhill, Halton, and several others, with various important possessions annexed to it by Acts of the Legislature at various times, as the Honors of Clare and Mandeville, together with the vast possessions of the Earldoms of Hereford...
Page 115 - Truro had from time whereof the memory of man was not to the contrary...
Page 172 - Kent, and default of issue male of her body by the said earl begotten, there shall be more persons than one, who shall be co-heirs of her body by the said earl, the said honour, title, and dignity shall go, and be held and enjoyed, from time to time, by such of the said co-heirs, as by course of descent...
Page 28 - He made a very ill appearance: he was very big: his hair red, hanging oddly about him: his tongue was too big for his mouth, which made him bedew all that he talked to: and his whole manner was rough and boisterous, and very unfit for a court.
Page 178 - Castle) in the order as they succeeded one another, from Liulphus down to his own time; which he had either picked out of the demolished monasteries, or made new.