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A List of the present PARLIAMENT, distinguished thus · k. g. Knights of the Garter.
u. á. Under Age. k. b. Knights of the Bath.
Don't Gt in the House. kit. Knights of the Thifile.
E A R L S 85.
George Talbot Earl of Shrewsbury.
James Stanley Earl of Derby.
Theophilus Hastings Earl of Huntingtone
Philip Howard Duke of Norfolk. * Charles Howard Earlof Suffolk.
Brownlow Cecil Earl of Exeter:
Edward Rich Eari of Warwick and Holland.
Thomas Fane Earl of Westmoreland.
John Savage Earl Rivers.
Charles Mordaunt Earl of Peterborough. ki g.
Harry Grey Earl of Stamford.
Daniel Finch E. Winchellea & Nottingham.
Charles Spencer Earl of Sunderland.
Henry Hyde Earl of Clarendon and Rochester,
William Capel Earl of Ellex. k. t. James Hamilton Duke of Brandon. kit. George Brudenel Earl of Cardigan. Peregrine Bertie Duke of Ancaster.
Arthur Annesley Earlof Anglesey.
John Campbel Duke of Greenwich. k. g. Antłłony, Aihley Cooper Earl of Shaftsbury,
Montagu Venables Bertie Earl of Abingdon.
Baptist Noel Earl of Gainiborough. William Herbert Marquis of Powis.
Robert Darcy Earl of Holderness. u. a. John Hay Marquis of Tweedale. lop:
Didier Lewis Windfor Hickman, of Plym. 4.2. William Ker Marquis of Lothian, i.pi
Tbe foliowing 12 created since tbe Revolution. Simon Harcourt Viscount Harcourt.
William Nevil Lord Abergavenny.
James Touchet Lord Audley.*
Algernoon Seymour Lord Percy.
Hugh Fortescue Lord Clinton. k. b.
William Ward Lord Dudley and Ward.
Richard Verney Lord Willoughby de Brook.
Hugh Willoughby L. Will. of Parham. u. a. -
Robert Petre Lord Petre. u. a.
Henry Arundel Lord Arundel of Wardour *
Charles Dormer Lord Dormer. *
Francis Creville Lord Brook. . a.
John Dalrymple Earl of Stair. k. t. lop. Edward Leigh Lord Leigh.
William Byron Lord Byron.
Marmaduke Langdale Lord Langdale.
Charles Cornwallis Lord Cornwallis.
John Arundel Lord Arundel of Trerice.
William Craven Lord Craven.
John Carteret Lord Carteret.
William Stawel Lord Stawel.
Edward Griffin Lord Griffin.
The following were created Lords fince rbe
Charles Butler Lord Butler of Weston.
Henry Herbert Lord Herbert of Cherbury
Maurice Thompson Lord Haversham.
Gilbert Vane Lord Barnard.
John Leveson Gower Lord Gower.
George Hay Lord Hay (E. Kinnoul).
Francis Willoughby Lord Middleton.
Thomas Trevor Lord Trevor.
George Granville Lord Lansdown.
Samuel Malham Lord Masham.
Allen Bathurst Lord Bathurst.
Charles Cadogan Lord Cadogan.
Mathew Ducie Morton Lord Ducie.
Peter King Lord King L. A. Cban.
John Hobart Lord Hobart. k. b.
John Monson Lord Monson. k. b.
Thomas Wentworth Lord Malton. k. be
Thomas Coke Lord Lovel. k.b.
William Stanhope Lord Harrington.
Robert Raymond Lord Raymond.