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The peerage of England : a complete view of the several orders of nobility ... together with an introduction, shewing the high and illustrious extraction of our most gracious sovereign: also an historical account of all the offices of state, usually filled by the nobility, the arms of the all the Lords spiritual and temporal, three useful plates teaching the art of heraldry, &c. &c. &c

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The peerage of England : a complete view of the several orders of nobility ... together with an introduction, shewing the high and illustrious extraction of our most gracious sovereign: also an historical account of all the offices of state, usually filled by the nobility, the arms of the all the Lords spiritual and temporal, three useful plates teaching the art of heraldry, &c. &c. &c

The peerage of England : a complete view of the several orders of nobility ... together with an introduction, shewing the high and illustrious extraction of our most gracious sovereign: also an historical account of all the offices of state, usually filled by the nobility, the arms of the all the Lords spiritual and temporal, three useful plates teaching the art of heraldry, &c. &c. &c

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The peerage of England : a complete view of the several orders of nobility ... together with an introduction, shewing the high and illustrious extraction of our most gracious sovereign: also an historical account of all the offices of state, usually filled by the nobility, the arms of the all the Lords spiritual and temporal, three useful plates teaching the art of heraldry, &c. &c. &c

The peerage of England : a complete view of the several orders of nobility ... together with an introduction, shewing the high and illustrious extraction of our most gracious sovereign: also an historical account of all the offices of state, usually filled by the nobility, the arms of the all the Lords spiritual and temporal, three useful plates teaching the art of heraldry, &c. &c. &c

Source : Internet Archive

Results : CHARLES


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un. Kis Grace Charles, late Duke of Shrew (buiy, ying without illae in 17 17, the tides


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Lady Emilia, daughter of his Grace Charles, "te Duke of Richmond, by whom he had ii Tue, ieorge, Lord Offaley,