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13 July 14 Sept 17 June 17 March 18 March 1st Earl 1st Lord 1st marriage 20 April 20 June 20 March 20 Sept 28 July 2nd daughter 2nd Earl 2nd marriage 2ndly 4th daughter Alexander Anne Arthur Augusta Baron Baroness Baronet Bart Britain brother Capt Captain Caroline Castle Catherine Collateral Colonel Creations.—Baron daugh daughter and co-heir daughter and heir daughter of John daughter of Sir daughter of Thomas daughter of William deceased Dowager Lady Duke Edward eldest daughter Emily Esq.—See Frances Frederick Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume Hall Harriet honours House Jane Lady Elizabeth late Sir leaving issue left issue Lieut Lieut.-Col Lordship's father Maria Mary-Anne Park Peerage of England Peerage of Ireland Peerage of Scotland present and second present and third present Peer Prince Rector Richard Robert Royal Sir John Sophia still-born succeeded Town Uncles and Aunts United Kingdom widow youngest daughter
Page 27 - The objects of this Society are — Temporary Assistance to Governesses in distress, afforded privately and delicately, through the Ladies' Committee. Annuity Fund. Elective Annuities to Aged Governesses, secured on invested capital, and thus independent of the prosperity of the Institution. Provident Fund. Provident Annuities purchased by Ladies in any way connected with Education, upon Government Security, agreeably to the Act of Parliament.
Page 27 - Fund. Elective Annuities to Aged Governesses, secured on invested capital, and thus independent of the prosperity of the Institution. Provident Fund. Provident Annuities purchased by Ladies in any way connected with Education, upon Government Security, agreeably to the Act of Parliament. This branch includes a Savings Bank.
Page lxxiv - The King has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, to the Right Hon.
Page 26 - BEWARE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS!! !— The only GENUINE of each bears the name of " ROWLANDS* " preceding that of the Article on the Wrapper or Label, SOLD BY A. ROWLAND & SONS, 20, HATTON GAKDEN, LONDON, and by Chemists and Perfumers, ttfn:,Under Boyal Patronage.
Page 13 - ... DEPARTMENT.— The important advantages offered by the plan and constitution of the Life Department of this Society are : That Insurers are protected by a large invested Capital, upon which there is no Interest to pay, and for which no deduction of any kind is made ; which enables the Directors to give the whole of the Profits to insuring Members. That the Profits are divided annually amongst all Members of five years' standing, and applied towards reducing Life Insurance to the lowest possible...
Page 182 - Earl, but the title was dormant from the death, in 1556, of Edward, son of Henry the attainted Marquis of Exeter, in whose behalf the Earldom of Devon had been revived in 1553, till the 15th of March 1831, when it was adjudged by the House of Lords to William...
Page lxiii - THIS Professorship is in the appointment of the Lord High Chancellor, the Lord President of the Privy Council, the Lord Privy Seal, the Lord High Treasurer, and the Lord Steward of the King's Household. Founded by THOMAS LOWNDES, Esq. 1749. Salary, an estate about £300. per annum. 1750 tRoger Long, DD Pemb.
Page lxvi - GCMG Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George. KCMG Knight Commander of St. Michael and St.