3 edition of A letter to the Earl of O-d, concerning the bill of peerage found in the catalog.
A letter to the Earl of O-d, concerning the bill of peerage
Sir Richard Steele
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4638, no. 13.|
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); (5) Sir Dyve, Lewis was reporting Cromwell's words to Rainborowe rather than to Lilburne in his letter of 5 09 (‘English nobility’, pp. –5; ‘ The Tower of London letter-book of Sir Lewis Dyve, –47 ’, ed. Tibbutt, H. G., Publ. Bedfordshire Historical Record Soc, XXXVIII (), p. 84). However, Kishlansky's claim that. LIBRARY > Digital edition: Lib. Cat. No. WCs > Letter to Charles , written William Cavendish (bap. , d. ), marquess (later duke) of Published: September Revised (substantive): 13 April Under Construction. S O R R Y, but this e-publication page — with an HTML transcript of William Cavendish’s Letter to Charles II, .
The letter is undated, but on internal evidence was written between 29 – 31 07 (A xerox copy of this Commonplace Book is held in the H.L.R.O.) The original letter was intercepted and later used as evidence of Maynard's complicity in the management of the July disorders. He was succeeded in the peerage by his nephew, Charles Philip Yorke (–), 4th earl of Hardwicke, English admiral, eldest son of Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke (–), who was second son of Charles Yorke, lord chancellor, by his second wife, Agneta Johnson. Charles Philip was born at Southampton on the 2nd of April and was.
Defoe and the Expiring Peerage Defoe and the Expiring Peerage Rogers, Pat by Pat Rogers long parenthesis in the first volume of Daniel Defoe's Tour thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain (26) helps to illuminate some of the ideological underpinnings of this work, as well as providing clues as to the way the book was composed . On 1 May following he succeeded his father as second Earl of Egmont in the peerage of Ireland. In the session of –9 Egmont became the most prominent leader of the opposition in the House of Commons, where he ‘made as great a figure as was ever made in so short a time’ (Walpole, Letters, ii. ). His opposition to the mutiny bill gave.
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