baronetage


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the collective body of baronets

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the state of a baronet

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5) Michael Quane, 'The Feinaiglian Institution, Dublin', Dublin Historical Record, 19:2 (1964), 30-44, here 39; Dod's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland (London, 1865), p.
I'm greatly encouraged by these figures myself," the Telegraph quoted Charles Kidd, editor of Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, as saying.
Richard I's baronetcy may account for the presence of 'A Proiect for A Newe Dignitie Between Barrons & Knights', a text outlining the creation of the baronetage, a rank between baron and knight, created by James I in 1611.
Whitaker's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage and Companionage for the Year 1927.
The novel opens with Sir Walter Elliott reading John Debrett's The Baronetage of England, which always opens to his favorite place, the listing of the Elliotts of Kellynch Hall.
The people "don't think of the queen as a human being," adds Charles Mosley, the editor of Burke's Peerage and Baronetage and the author of "Blood Royal," a genealogical history of the royal family.
In discussing the authoritative British biographical source--Burke's Peerage and Baronetage--and its significance, he had this to say: 'Jane Austin [sic] paid the ultimate tribute to the guide in Persuasion where Sir Walter Elliot "who for his own amusement" never took up any book but The Baronetage .
The editor of Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage offered "Laddy" as a jokey alternative, admitting that there was no provision on the books for this eventuality.
Charles Mosley, the editor in chief of etiquette bible Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, was criticised after suggesting a new title of "laddy
He left Debrett's and transferred his talent for publicity to Burke's Peerage, and with two other colleagues, took over the firm which had kept other guides, but which had then disposed of its own Peerage and Baronetage.
of reading and writing, beginning with Sir Walter's reliance on the Baronetage in Chapter I and Anne's embrace of readerly virtues at Lyme Regis, especially her discussion of reading tastes with Benwick.
Charles Mosley,editor-in- chief of Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, which is acknowledged as the toffs' who's who,believes that William's investiture will happen.
Burke's Peerage & Baronetage and Burke's Landed Gentry have been the definitive source for genealogical information on leading families for nearly two centuries.
And even though books like Debrett's Baronetage and Peerage echo Victoria and the Empire, xreferplus is the very model of a modem major database.
Tuttle Antiquarian Books has family genealogies, American Revolutionary town and local histories grouped by state, English town histories, books on Irish, Scottish and Welsh history, books on heraldry, peerage and baronetage, and a biographical collection.