Peerage of England. ...

F. C. and J. Rivington, 1812

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Sida 374 - Argyll, the state's whole thunder born to wield, And shake alike the senate and the field?
Sida 246 - ... his generous preference usually directed to the more obscure members of the company. The simplicity of his manners was far from excluding that perfect urbanity and amenity which flowed still more from the mildness of his nature, than from familiar intercourse with the most polished society of Europe.
Sida 336 - Esq. created one of the Knights of the Bath, at the Coronation of King Charles II. He...
Sida 5 - The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, after the use of the Church of England...
Sida 178 - MP late a member of the said house, serving as one of the knights of...
Sida 421 - In the succeeding year he was elected one of the Knights Companions of the Most Noble Order of the Garter ; and, in 1467, he was advanced to the title of Earl of Pembroke.
Sida 46 - ... the other side, that they routed them in most places, till they had left the greatest part of their foot without any guard at all of horse. But then the foot behaved themselves admirably on the enemy's part, and gave their scattered horse time to rally, and were ready to assist and secure them upon all occasions.
Sida 391 - When I consider the season of the year, the hard gales on the day of action, a flying enemy, the shortness of the day, and the coast we are on, I can boldly affirm, that all that could possibly be done, has been done.
Sida 247 - Every where natural, he carried into public something of that simple and negligent exterior which belonged to him in private. When he began to speak, a common observer might have thought him awkward ; and even a consummate judge could only have been struck with the exquisite justness of his ideas, and the transparent simplicity of his manners. But no sooner had he spoken for some time, than he was changed into another being. He forgot himself and every thing around him. He thought only...
Sida 83 - demanded any marriage portion, neither promise of any, it not being in my consideration ; yet her father, after her marriage, gave me one thousand pounds in gold with her. But that gift of his daughter unto me, I must ever thankfully acknowledge, as the crown of all my blessings ; for she was a most religious, virtuous, loving, and obedient wife unto me all the days of her life, and the happy mother of all my hopeful children, whom with their posterity I beseech God to bless.

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