10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BARONET»
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The king against Sir Charles Wolseley Baronet
, and Jos. ...
set down for trial, at Chester, on the 4th of April 1820 Jeremy Bentham. B 35 none
of those figurative wounds, is peace, between Spain and England, either broken
or disturbed. Still, in the import of the word peace, there was nevertheless ...
The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet
Sir Walter Scott. the fated time was not yet arrived. At last King Don Rodrigo, led
on by his evil fortune and unlucky destiny, opened the tower ; and some bold
attendants whom he had brought with him entered, although agitated with fear.
an article from my pen. So matters stood more or less at the time of which I am
writing. I of course was only too glad to see the back of ' the Douanier But I
confess that the ' Baronet ' who had taken his place was if anything more of a
Reminiscences, Letters, and Journals of Thomas Percival ...
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.
Thomas Percival Heywood, 2009
The Poetical Works of the Honourable Sir Charles Sedley ...
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those Falts which Art wou'd mend, Plain downright Ugliness wou'd less offend. t
O to CANIDIUS THou stmt'st, as if thou wert the only. Sir Charles Sedlcy Baronet.
Louisa Lelias Greene (hon.) his master drew rein before the small ivy-covered
village inn known as the Hapsworth Arms. ' Here ! one of you little chaps — open
the gate, will you?' cried the baronet, from on high; but there was no need to obey
Louisa Lelias Greene (hon.), 1870
Sir Titus Salt, Baronet
This classic book contains the biography and lessons of the famous Sir Titus Salt, Baronet. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
May Agnes Fleming. The Baronet's Bride May Agnes Fleming Imprint This book is
part of TREDITION CLASSICS Author: May The Baronet's Bride May Agnes
A contemporary novel by the noted British writer and artist acclaimed by many critics as a virtuoso in the area of world artistry._""Unexcelled by any novelist since 1914, except Joyce."" Jocelyn Baines, THE LONDON MAGAZINE
The King Against Sir Charles Wolseley, Baronet
, and Joseph ...
BRIEF. REMARKS,. (lie. A PROSECUTION, morepalpably groundless than this,
upon the very face of it, may be seen, to be,'surely was never instituted. In no part
of it, is any specific and determinate criminal act so much as Charged.
Jeremy Bentham, George EDMONDS (of Birmingham.), Sir Charles WOLSELEY, 1820
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «BARONET»
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On this day: R34 Airship lands in New York after crossing from East …
... Sir Jonathon Porritt CBE, 2nd Baronet, environmentalist and writer, 65; Nancy Reagan, actress, former US first lady, 94; Geoffrey Rush, actor, ... «Scotsman, Jul 15»
This girl just keeps growing
Does a baronet sound better? The Morgan Library & Museum's captivating “Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland,” which opened on Friday as the ... «Bend Bulletin, Jul 15»
Book review: Renishaw Hall
Fortunately, she loved 'the grand old house' and saved it for her son, the great Sir George, 4th Baronet of Renishaw. She had a head for ... «Country Life, Jul 15»
A lady's generosity, eccentricity and bad driving
His father was Sir Walter, who started out as a Cumberland wrestler and stonemason but who ended up as the 1st Baronet of Beauclerc, Riding Mill. Sir Walter ... «The Northern Echo, Jul 15»
Kneehigh founder awarded Cornwall's top honour
Inaugurated in 2007 by the late Sir John Trelawny, 13th Baronet of Trelawne, the purpose of the award is to honour a person deemed by an ... «Western Morning News, Jul 15»
Review: Mrs Warren's Profession
The baronet Sir Crofts (Christopher Timothy), a friend and business partner of Mrs Warren's in their string of brothels across European cities, speaks of his ... «Salisbury Journal, Jul 15»
Video: Wilde weekend as Lissan House plays backdrop to …
Sir Robert Ponsonby Staples in later life. He was known as 'the barefoot baronet' as he refused to wear shoes, believing that the earth exuded ... «Mid Ulster Mail, Jul 15»
Are posh people filthier than us? Yes - but their stories matter, too
“It's regrettable,” said Sir James, her baronet brother. His voice, for all its plummy entitlement, seemed to be moving over eggshells. In home ... «New Statesman, Jul 15»
James Boswell was more than a biographer, he put the …
Alexander was a member of Parliament and a baronet, which explains the relatively posh memorial. His father, the genius of the place, ... «The Australian Financial Review, Jul 15»
Wine from Napoleon's carriage to be sold
James McNab, principal gardener of the Royal Botanic Gardens of Edinburgh, visited the baronet's family home, Ardgowan House in ... «The Drinks Business, Jun 15»