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Romances of the peerage

Wyndham, Horace

Romances of the peerage

by Wyndham, Horace

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Published by E. Nash & Grayson limited in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Nobility -- Great Britain.,
    • Marriages of royalty and nobility.,
    • Great Britain -- Court and courtiers.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Horace Wyndham...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS421 .W8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination298 p.
      Number of Pages298
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6769330M
      LC Control Number32002149
      OCLC/WorldCa409222

      Define peerage. peerage synonyms, peerage pronunciation, peerage translation, English dictionary definition of peerage. n. 1. The rank, title, or jurisdiction of a peer or peeress; a duchy, marquisate, county, viscountcy, or barony. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (esp in the British Isles) a book listing the peers and giving. Since the peerage has been styled the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The establishment of the Irish Free State in did not affect the rights of the hereditary peers of Ireland to their titles, and the Lord Chancellor’s Office continues to receive and report on their claims to have their names added to the Roll of the Peerage.

      Callen's Tudor romances are *much* better - this book failed to engage me and was lacking spark [, England:] I have liked Gayle Callen's books in the past - most recently His Scandal, Book 2 in her "His" Series - but I did *not* enjoy The Lord Next Door. I found myself wanting to skim parts of the book (which I NEVER do), especially the end /5. Book Overview Comprising a full historical and genealogical account of all peerages created in England, Scotland and Ireland between the Conquest and the early 20th century, the text includes details of every peer's birth, parents, honours, offices, marriage, death and burial.

      Nov 26,  · Yet with the Wentworths, who were central to the first book, playing a smaller part and a rather convoluted financial mystery, this may be in less demand by all but Burrowes's devoted fans. The bonus novella from Kelly Bowen is a delight.—Kellie Tilton, Univ. of Cincinnati Blue Ash. Library Journal/5(8). For a whole range of other indexes to various groups of people on this web-site, please see the Custom Index(es) page. The naming conventions for European royalty and nobility is bewilderingly vast and intricate, with a person having many different possibilites for a surname, or none at all, making it difficult to locate people by surname.


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