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Page 196 - of that famous Saint and Souldier of Christ Jesus St, George of Cappadocia; asserted from the fictions, of the middle ages of the church ; and opposition of the present. The institution of the most noble order of St. George, named the Garter. A catalogue of all the knights thereof
Page 40 - earldom} together with the report of the attorney - general : to which is prefixed a genealogical and biographical history of the illustrious house of Hastings, including a memoir of the present earl and family. The whole interspersed with a variety of curious historical and legal anecdotes of distinguished individuals concerned. By Henry Nugent Bell.
Page 242 - being a remark upon the lives of all the kings of this isle, from the year of the world 2855, unto the year of grace 1660. By Sir Winston Churchill.
Page 190 - Memoirs of the protectoral house of Cromwell; deduced from an early period, and continued down to the present time; and also the families allied to, or descended from them : Collected chiefly from original papers and records, taken from public offices
Page 11 - A treatise on the origin and nature of dignities or titles of honour ; containing all the cases of peerage, together with the mode of proceeding in claims of this kind. By William Cruise. London 1810. 8.
Page 180 - heralds and pursuivants, from the reign of Richard III. founder of the college, until the prese'nt time. With a preliminary dissertation relative to the different orders in England, particularly the gentry, since the Norman conquest. Taken from records, manuscripts, and other the most indisputable authorities. By
Page 191 - An historical and genealogical account of the noble family of Greville, to the time of Francis, the present earl of Brooke, and earl of Warwick; including the history and succession of the several earls of Warwick since the Norman conquest, and some account of Warwick Castle. By
Page 63 - Selected from our cathedrals and churches , for the purpose of bringing together and preserving correct representations of the best historical illustrations extant from the Norman conquest to the reign of Henry VIII. With historical descriptions and introduction by Alfred John
Page 90 - The monuments and- painted glass of upwards of one hundred churches, chiefly in the eastern part of Kent. With an appendix, containing three, churches in other counties : to which are added a small collection of detached epitaphs, with a few notes on the whole. By