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Page 34 - Barons' eldest Sons. Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. Privy Counsellors. Chancellor of the Exchequer. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench. Master of the Rolls. Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
Page 26 - Britain, and shall enjoy the same privileges (except those depending upon sitting in the House of Lords); and the temporal Peers of Ireland shall have rank next after the Peers of the like rank in Great Britain at the time of the Union...
Page 25 - Anne, chap. 8, all Peers of Scotland shall be Peers of Great Britain, and have rank next after the Peers of the like degree in England, at the time of the Union, which commenced the 1st ofMay, 1707, and before all Peers of Great Britain of the same degree, created after the Union.
Page 60 - French count, an Italian marchese, are nearly equal in rank ; and when of good quality, are all highly respectable ; but not more so, than an English squire was, even since the Restoration ; and would still be, if the visitations of the heralds, and the regulations of the courts of honor, were properly inforced.
Page 52 - Lion King of Arms proclaimed his titles, as " The Right Excellent, High, and Magnanimous Frederick Henry, Henry Frederick, by the Grace of God, Knight and Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, Earl of Carrick, Duke of Rothesay, Prince and Great Steward of Scotland."1 The pageants succeeded; but their details would only fatigue.
Page 33 - Marquesses' eldest sons. Dukes' younger sons. Viscounts, according to their patents. Earls' eldest sons. Marquesses
Page 26 - The lords of Parliament on the part of Ireland shall have the same privileges as the Lords on the part of Great Britain; and all the Lords spiritual of Ireland shall have rank next after the Lords spiritual of the same rank ef Great Britain, and shall enjoy the same privileges (except those depending upon sitting in the House of Lords...
Page 36 - Wives of the eldest Sons of Bannerets. Daughters of Bannerets. Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights Grand Crosses of the Bath. Daughters of Knights of the Bath. Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights Bachelors. Daughters of Knights Bachelors. Wives of the younger Sons of Baronets. Daughters of Knights.
Page 66 - ... that all the Sons of the King, Dukes, Earls, Barons, and Baronettes, might use the livery of our Lord the King of his Collar, as well in his absence as in his presence ; and that all other Knights and Esquires should use it in the presence of the King, and not in his absence.