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Templa qudm dilecta. How beloved are the

temples. Temple.
Tenax propositi. Tenacious of purpose.

Gibbes.
Tenez le droit. Keep the right. Clifton.
Terra marique potens. Valiant by sea and

land. O'Malley.
Terrere nolo, timere nescio. I would not af-
fright, and know not to fear. Dering.
Think on (over the crest). Maxwell.
Through. Hamilton of Marlborough House,

and Hamilton of Trebinshum House.
Time trieth troth. Trevelyan.
Toujours fidi'le. Always faithful. Beau-

champ-Proctor.
Tout Men ou rien. The whole good or

none. Noel.
Touts jours prest. Always ready. Sutton.

Over the crest of Carmichael-Smyth.
True to the end. Hume.



Tutus in undis. Safe in the waves. Wood.

TJbi arrurr, ibi fides. Where love is, there is

fidelity. Dukinfield.
Vn Dieu, xin roy, un cceur. One God, one

king, one heart. Lake.
Ung durant ma vie. The same while I live.

Barrington.
Unite. Brodie. (Over the crest.)
Utile et dulce. Useful and agreeable. Rid-

dell.

Veillient et vaillant. Wise and valiant.
Erskine.

Veritas magna est. Truth is great. Jephson.

Vicisti, et vivinius. Thou hast conqueretl,
and yet have we survived. Johnson.

Vi et virtute. By strength and valour.
Baird.

Vigila et ora. Watch and pray. Wake.

Vigilate. Watch. Leeds.

Vincenti dabiter. It is given to the con-
queror. Vincent.

Vincit omnia Veritas. Truth conquers all
things. Laffan.

Vincit qui patitur. He conquers who en-
dures. Shaw, and Colt.

Vincit Veritas. Truth prevails. Peacocke.
M'Kenney.

Virescit vulnere virtus. Virtue strengthens
from a wound. Brownrigg.

Virtus auget honorem. Virtue adds to ho-
nour. Edmonstone.

Virtus in actione consistit. Virtue consists
in action. Clayton.

Virtus invicta gloriosa. Invincible virtue is
glorious. Thomas.

Virtus propter se. Virtue for its own sake.
Radcliffe.

Virtus sola nobilitas. Virtue is the only no-
bility ; or, Mvribus antiquis. With ancient
manners. Throckmorton.

Virtute et valore. By virtue and valour.
S tamer.

Virtute nihil invium. Nothing is inaccessible
to virtue. Hillary.

Virtuti, non armis, fido. I trust in virtue,
not in arms. Grey-Egerton.

Virtutis in bello pramium. The reward of
valour in war; and over the crest, Juvant
aspero fortes. The brave delight in diffi-
culty. Steuart.

Vive Deo et vi.ves. Live to God and you
shall live. Gibson-Craig.

Vive ut vivas. Live that you may live.
Price, of Spring Grove.

Vix ea nostra voco. I scarcely call these
things our own. Campbell.

Vixi liber et moriar. I have lived free and
will die so. Ibbetson.

Watch iveel. — Reparabit cornua Pha-be. The
Moon will replenish her horns. Scott, of
Abbotsford.

Without fear. Campbell.

Zealous. Hood.



OCCURRENCES DURING PRINTING.



ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA.



Page 9. Sir Roger Gresley, M.P. for the
southern division of Derbyshire.

P. 12. Sir John INIordaunt, M.P. for the
southern division of Warwiclcshire.

P. 14. Wyvill creation, in lieu of 25 Nov.
IGll, read 25 Nov, 1612.

P. 16. Sir Philip-de-Malpas Grey-Egerton,
M.P. for the southern division of Cheshire.

P. 19. Burdett creation, in lieu of 1619,
read 161^19.

P. 34. Sir George Crew^e, M.P. for the
southern division of Derbyshire.

P. 62. Paul-Beilby Thompson, M.P. for
the East Riding of York.



Page 84. Bowyer creation, in lieu of 61
Aug. 1794, read 8 Sept. 1794.

P. 106. (Art. Cayley,) line 1, dele M.P. for
Scarborough.

P. 192. Sir William Laurence Young,
M.P. for CO. of Buckingham.

P. 202. Sir Samuel-Osborne Gibbes, bart.
to be lieut. 69th foot.

214. (Art. Ingilby,) line 1, dele M.P. for
CO. Lincoln.

P. 303. 2d col. line 6 from the top, after
29 March, read 1828.



BIRTHS.



1834. Lady of sir W. E. Rouse-Boughton,
a da.

1835. Jan. 27. Lady Jane Walsh, a da.
Jan. 30. Lady Carmichael-Anstruther, a

son.
Feb. 1. Lady Jane Peel, a son.



Feb. 1. Lady of sir John-M. Burgoyne, a
da.

Feb. 28. Lady of Crawfurd Antrobus, esq.,
a son.

March 5. Lady of sir John-Edward Honey-
w^ood, bart., a son.



MARRIAGES.



1834. Nov. 25. Francis B. Lousada, esq.,
to Marianne, eldest da. of sir Charles Wolse-
ley, bart.

1835. Feb. 10. Charles-James Bevan, esq.,
to Emma - Charlotte, 2d da. of Timothy-
Abraham Curtis, esq., of Southgate, Mid-
dlesex.

Feb. 10. Edward Every, esq., 2d son of sir
Henry Every, bart., to Elizabeth, only child
of Thomas Clayton, of Carr Hall, Lancaster,



esq.

Feb. 24. T.-Lambton Lorraine, 3d son of
sir William Lorraine, bart., to Caroline-
Isabella, eldest da. of rev. Frederick Ekins,
rector of Morpeth.

March 5. Henry Stracey, esq., eldest son
of Josias-Henry Stracey, esq., and nephew
of sir Edward Stracey, bart., to Charlotte,
only da. and h. of the late George Denne,
esq., of the Paddock, Canterbury.



DEATHS.



1834. Dec. Ob. rev. Henry-Curtis Smith,
4th son of sir John-Wyldbore Smith, bart.

Dec. 10. Ob. at Florence, Ferdinand-
Thomas Williamson, capt. in the army,
eldest son of rev. Thomas Williamson.

1835. Ob. St. 86. Lady Mary, relict of sir
Gilbert Affleck, 2d bart.

Jan. 3. Ob. Rt. hon. Reginald Pole Ca-
rew, at. 82.

Jan. 28. Ob. Fanny-Sarah, sister of sir
Philip-de-Malpas Grey-Egerton, bart.

Feb. 3. Ob, William-Montagu, youngest
brother of sir John-Montagu Burgoyne,
bart,

Feb. 12. Ob. Peter, and on the 20th,
Eniest-Augustus, youngest sons of sir James
Dunbar, bart.

Feb. 14. Ob. Lady Rivers, relict of sir
Peter Rivers, bart.

Feb. 14. Ob. Sir Thomas-Robert Salus-
bury, bart.

Feb. 15. Ob. Mary-Anne, wife of sir
George - Howland - Willoughby Beaumont,



bart.

Feb. 16. Ob. Mary Albinia, wife of sir
Thomas Crawley-Boevy, bart.

Feb. 17. Ob, Henry-Walter, 2d son of sir
George Wombwell, bart.

Feb. 20. Ob. Willoughby Hastings, 3d son
of sir George-Howland-Willoughby Beau-
mont, bart., ajt. 2 years and 6 months.

Feb. 24. Ob. Hon. Anne Fuller, da. of
lord Heathfield, and mother of sir Thomas-
Travton Fuller-EUott-Drake, bart.

Feb. 26. Ob. Sir Charles Mill, bart., a;t. 70.

Feb. 26. Ob. Mary, dowager lady Staple-
ton, widow of sir Thomas, 5th bart.

March 3. Ob. Hon. Caroline- Frances,
wife of sir William Heathcote, bart.

March 9. Ob. Gertrude-Frances-Anna-
Maria, youngest da. of sir Francis Shuck-
burgh, bart., ast. 16 months.

March 11. Ob. Sir Alexander Muir Mack-
enzie, of Delvine, bart.

March 15. Ob. Sir George Ivison Tapps,
bart.



ABBREVIATIONS.



b. for born.

m. married.

umn. unmarried.

da. or das. daughter or daughters.

h. heiress.

s. p. without issue.

d. died.

P.C. Privy Counsellor.

D.C.L. Doctor of Civil Law.



B.D. or D.D. Bachelor, or Doctor of Di-
vinity.

F.R.S. Fellow of the Royal Society.

F.A,S. Fellow of the Society of Anti-
quarians.

F.L.S. Fellow of the Linnsean Society.

M.D. Doctor of Medicine.

M.R.I.A. Member of the Royal Irish
Academy.



BRITISH ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.



K.G. Knight of the Garter.

G.C.B. Knight Grand Cross of the Bath.

K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Bath.



C.B. Companion of the Bath.
K.T. Knight of the Thistle.
K.P. Knight of St. Patrick.



G.C.M.G. Grand Cross of St. Michael and
St. George of the Ionian Islands.

K.C.M.G. Commander of St. Michael and
St. George of the Ionian Islands.

G.C.H. Grand Cross of the Hanoverian



Guelphic Order.

K.C.H. Knight Commander of the Hano-
verian Guelphic Order.

K.H. Knight of the Hanoverian Guelphic
Order.



FOREIGN ORDERS.



K.C.S. Charles III. of Spain.

K.A. St. Andrew in Russia.

K.C. Crescent in Turkey.

K.E. White Eagle in Poland.

K.S.E. St. Esprit in France.

K.A.N. St. Alexander Newski in Russia.

K.B.A. St. Bento d'Avis in Portugal.

K.B.E. Black Eagle in Russia.

K.F. Ferdinand in Spain.

K.G.F. Golden Fleece in Spain.

K.C. III. Charles Third of Spain.

K.G.V. Gustavus Vasa in Sweden.

K.J. St. Joachim.

K.L. Leopold of Austria.

K.M. Knight of Malta.



K.M. Mont in Holstein.

K.M.J. Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria.

K.M.T. St. Maria Theresa in Austria.

K.N.S. Royal North Star in Sweden.

K.R.E. Red Eagle in Prussia.

K.S. Sword in Sweden.

K.S.A. St. Anne in Russia.

K.F.M. Ferdinand and Merit in Sicily.

K.S.G. St. George in Russia.

K.S.L. Sun and Lion in Persia.

K.S.P. St. Stanislaus in Poland.

K.S.W. St. V\ ladimer in Russia.

K.W. William in the Netherlands.

K.T.S. Tower and Sword in Portugal.

K.E. Elephant in Denmark.



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TWYSDEN OF ROYDON HALL.



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BOYNTON.



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WILLIAMSON.




THROCKMORTON.




BLOUNT, OK SODINGTON.



HUNLOKE.



HAGftERSTON.



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HAMPSON.



DALBF.aC-ACTON



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EDWARDES.






WHICHCOTE.



PALMER, OF CARLTON.



LANGHAM.






CULLUM.



ROBINSON, OF LONDON.



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WONCKE.



GRAHAM, OF NORTON CONYERS.



TANCRED.




BROOKE, OK NORTON PRIORY.



D OYLY.




LORHAINE.






PENNYMAN.




SMYTH, OF UPTON.




SHAW, OF LONDON.



DUKINKIELD.



BURDBTT, OF BURTHWAITE.



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OGLANDEH.



NELTHOHPE.





MARIIN, OF LONG MKLFORD.



HANHAM.





CIlOKr, OK CIIOFT CASTLE.



ST. AUBYN.




TWISDEN, OK BllAnBOURN.




MOSTYN, OF TALACRE.




JOHNSON-EDEN.




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KASIIWOOD, (Jf NORTHBROOK.



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WlLLIAMS-WiNN.



MOLESVVOlllH.



RAMSDEN.



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VVEBSi'ER.



DOLBEN.



FLEMING.





MILLKR, OK CHiCHKSlKR.



DASHWUOD-KINO.




LAMBERT.



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LAKE.



EVELYN.



WAKrtKNDEFl.





BRIDGES, OF GOODNESTON.




FREDERICK.




KARNABY.



CLAYTDN, OF MORDEN.



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HEATHCOTE, CK LONDON.



HEATHCOTEjOF HURSLEY



PAGE-TURNER.




ARMYTAOK.





HULSE.





GOOCH.



FEXHEIISTONHAUGH.



IBBETSON.




GIBBONS.




SHEKEIELD.



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FLUDYER



WATSON.



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SMYTH, OF LONG ASHTON.



BLAKISTON.




COJINEU'ALL.





riGOr, OF PATSHULU.




KNOWLES.




IHOSIAS, OF YAPTON PLACE.



WOLFF.






M0STYN-CHAMPNEY8.



HORT.



BURNABY.



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NEALE.



HVME.



BERNARP-MORLAND.




m&'^'£m



■ao^'






ALLEYNE.



yOCNO, OF MARLOW.



HARLAND.





BLAKE, OK LANGHAM.



ST. JOHN-MILDMAY.



WILMOT-HORTON.






SLTTON.



WRIGHT.



LEIGH, OF S. CAROLINA.



20



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HUGHES.



PALMSER.



COQTE.





Cl.AYrON, Ol' ADLINGTON.



E PRION STONE.



Ha.NMER.






LEMON.



BLAKE, OF TWISEL CASTLE.



I'OLKES.




OIBBES.





SMITH, Of SYDMNO.



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21




DUNTZE.





BOYD.




HAMILTON, OK MARLBOUOUGH HOUSE. RIACKWORTH.






LEITH.




PEYTON.




BAKER, OF LOVEXTOR.



EDEN, OF TRUIR.



DOUGLAS.





HERON.



WOMBWELL.



COPLEY



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iis?(^jLH^iii miiism'^m'Tm.






COGHILL.



lUJJiiELL.



HAWKINS.




GUNNING.





INGILBY.



CRAl'l'URD.



SVKES, OF BAblLLlUN.






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PALK .



AFFLECK.



BRISCO.





APREECE



GEARY.





PARKER, OF BASSINGBOURNE. WHALLEY-SM VTHE-CARPINER. GRAHAM, OF NETHERBY.




DALLINO.




SYKES, or SI.EDMERE



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CRAWLEV-BOEVY.



MOIISHEAD.




RYCROFT.





DODSWORTH.





DI'RRANT.



LESLIE.



WOOD, OF BARNSLEY.





KITZIIERBF.nT.



BKEVOa.



SINCLAIR.



IlS5©]L.2gIlI 113J\.IE®MIlIPgo



2.)





COLQUHOUN.



t SCOTT-DOUGLAS.



ROiVLEY, OF TENDRING-HALL.




FLETCHER-VANE.




SKEFFINGTON.



MILLER, OF GLENLEE.





HUNTER Br. AIR.




LAFOREY.




YARDE-BULLER.



CAKE LEY.



ORDE.



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IlS?T©EaH^IS I§^IS,®M21']rg.






JIALET.



KENNAWAY.



LUSHINGTON,





JAMES, OF LANGLEY HALL.



KKSKINE.




MARTIN, OF LOCKYNOE.




CALL.



DUCKETT.



POLF, OF M'OLVEaiON.




VAUOHAN.



KICII.



PALMER, OK WAN LIP.



jM©3LHg2ii m^m,q^mT&.



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STIRLING.



GOULDIMOROAN.



TALMASK.




PASLKY.



CURTIS, Of GATCOMBE.



WILLOUGHBY.



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SALUSBURY.



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HAWLEY.



POI.LKN.



WKNTWOUIH.




MURRAY M'OKliOOR.



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VANDEN-BEMPDE-JOHXSTONE. WILLIA-Mi, OF ClOVELLY.





hAllQUHAIl.



BELLIXGHAM.




HIPPESLIY.




CKADOCK-HARTOPP.






TUIITON.



BAKK", OF RICHMOND.



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BROOKE-PEC HELL.




ONSLOW.




THOMPSON, OF VIKHEFS



PARKRH, OF HARBUIl^r.




KNIGHTLEY.




ANSTRUTHER.



DALRVMPLE-HAY.




\VILLIAMS, OF BODLLKWYPDAN.





DALLAS.



BOLOHEY-FLETCHER.



TROWBRIDGE.



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OLYN, OF GAVNTS.



BUXTON.



ELfORD.





JIILMAN.



SHRLING, OF FASKINE.





PEEL.



VAVASOUH, OF SPALDINGTON.



MILNES.





STRACHF.Y.



PF.PYS.



BALL.



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BAYNtS.





WEI.UY.



BARHEIT-LENNA UP.



MONTGOMERY, OF STANHOPE.




DILLON.




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CHATTERTON.



HAUDINOE.



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CROFION.



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SYNGE.






FERGUSON.



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BAKER, OF WEMBLEY.






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SMITH, 01" HADLEY.



CURTIS, OF SOUTH GATK.



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DR CArKLL-BIlOOKE



SXKWAKT, OF ATHENRY.



STRONGE.






BAIILOW



WEDDERBURN.



KAY.





rillCF, OF RICHMOND.



HOiVYMAN.



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CUM.MING-GORDOX.






MAI NWA RING.



MIDDLETON.



MAXWELL.




SMITH, or TRING-PARK.





WALSH.



LETHBRIDGP.



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CLARKE, OK CHESSKS GREENHOUSE. BRUCE, OF DOWN-HILL.



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HAP-TWELL.






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PITZ-WIGRAM.





DE-CnESPlGNY.



LOPES.



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MACKENZIE, OF DELVINE.



HARDY.




PREVOST.




BROMHEAD.






ABNKY-HASTINGS.



SHELLEY.



CHOLMELEY.




LOUIS.




LUBBOCK.



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SCOTT, OF GREAT BARR.



MORRIS.



RAMSAY.




LOCKHART.




FRASBR.




NUOENT.




THOMPSON, OF HARTSBOURN.




SCOTT, (late SIBBAf.D.I



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SCOIT, (LA IK BATEiMAN.)





JONES-BaVDOKS.





BDRHARD.



STANHOPE.



BLOMtFlELD.




CAMPBELL, OF SUCCOTH.






MONTGOMERV, 01' THE HALL. JONES, OF STANLEY HALL.



CORBET




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(iRAHAM, OF KIIIKSTALL.

V




PEIIRINO.




HOOD.





SITWELI ,




PICOTT.





MEDLVCOTT.




OUSELBY.




SKVMOllR.




GEORGE.



HIVING.



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ROBERTS.



SHAW, OF KILMARNOCK.



-^£3^





BLENNERHASSEIT.



COCKERELL.





SMITH, OF EARDISTON.



HALFORD.





BAYNTUK-SANDYS.



TYRELL.



42



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COTTON-SHEPPAUD.




ALEXANDER.




PAYNE-OALLWEY.





F LOWER.




STAMER.




RI'SSELL, OF SWALLOWFIKLU






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CONGREVE.




FLETCHRR, OF CAHROW.

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Hl'NTER.



IIinUTOUSE.



BRITCE.



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BRENTON.



BLANE.



LlSl'ER-KAYE.




NAGLE.



OWEN, OF ORIELTON.



SHEAFFH.




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ANDERSON, OF FEKMOY.



JACKSON, OF rORK-HILL.



HISLOP.



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DUCKWORTH.




ROWr.EY.




BROKE.



PrLKSTON.



RADCLIFFE.




BECKETT.





HENNIKER.



HEWETT.






BOROUGH.



DUKK-GORDON.



CLARKE-JERVOISE.



is?r©iL,sgsi iB^mosfiiiri



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ST. PAUL.



DENYS.





YOUNG, OF FORMOSA PLACE. MACDONALP. OF EAST SHEEN.



WRAXALL.






FOWKE.



BERESFORD.



I)OMVILLE.





GREY.



WYLIE.



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BLACKWOOD.





HOSTE.






CIIYLEa.



PALRYMPXiE, OF HIOH MARK. HAMILTON, OF W'OODBROOK.





M'MAHON, of DUBLIN.



BUCHAN-HEPBURN.






MARJORIBANKS.



CONSTABLE.



CAMPBELL.



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SIMEON.



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BARONETAGE OF ENGLAND.



BACON, of Redgrave, co. Suffolk.
22 May 1611.

BACON, of MiLDENHALL, CO. Suffolk.
29 July 1627.

Sir ED3IUND BACON, Premier Baronet of England, born 16 July
1779, succeeded his father, sir Edmund, 5 Sept. 1820 ; married^ 27 Aug.
1801, Mary-Anne-Elizabeth, da. of Edward-Dashwood Bateman, of Ottery
St. Mary, co. Devon, esq., and by her (who d. 23 Oct. 1820) had issue,

1, EDMUND, b. 31 Jan. 1803; m. 22 Aug. 1832, Louisa, 3d da. of

William Richson, of Rich Hill, co. Armagh, esq. ; 2. Anna-Maria, b.

10 March 1804 ; 3. Harriet-Laura, 6. 22 July 1805, c?. unmAQ Nov.

1828; 4. Frances, b. 20 May 1808, m. 28 May 1833, rev. Henry-

Walpole Neville, nephew of the Earl of Abergavenny ; 5. Nicholas-
Henry, b. 23 May 1814.



This family is said to be descended from
Griinbald, who came into England with his
kinsman William, earl Warren, at the
Norman invasion, and settled at Lethering-
set, near Holt, in Norfolk. His great-
grandson, Robert, took the name of Baco7i.

The above-named Robert had a brother,
sir William, of Monks-Bradfield, in Suffolk ;
from whom descended, in the 10th genera-
tion,

Sir Nicholas Bacon, who filled the
office of lord-keeper of the great seal to
queen Elizabeth, and d. 20 Feb. 1579, hav-
ing m. 1st, Jane Fermley, and 2dly, Anne,
one of the G das. of sir Anthony Cook, of
Giddy Hall, co. Essex, one of the tutors of
king Edward VI. By his 2d wife he had 2
sons, the younger of whom was that great
luminary of modern science, sir Fninvis
Bacon. He was 5. -li Jan. 155(^-1, was of
Trinity College, Cambridffe, and afterwards
of Gray's Inn; appointed counsel-extraor-
dinary' to the queen, 1588, solicitor-general
to king James I. IC07, attorney-general,
1G13, a privy-counsellor, l(jl(J, lord keeper,
March l(jl(j-17, and lord chancellor 1618;
created baron Verulam in the same year,
and viscount St. Albax's, 20 Jan. 1620-1 ;
but being shortly afterwards accused of cor-
rupt practices, and confessing in a great
measure his guilt, he was sentenced, on the
3d of May 1621, to be fined £40,000. and to
be imprisoned in the Tower during his ma-
jesty's pleasure ; was rendered incapable of
holding any office, sitting in parliament, or
coming within the verge of the court. After
a short imprisonment his fine was remitted,
and it is probable the whole of his sentence
was cancelled, as he was again summoned to
parliament in the first year of Charles 1.
He d. 9 April 1620, having by his labours in
retirement, during the latter part of his



life, made a brilliant atonement for his
errors. He ?h. Anne Barnham, da. of an al-
derman of London, but left no issue.

Sir Nicholas, the lord keeper, by his 1st
wife, had 3 sons and 3 daughters.

I. SIR NICHOLAS BACON, the eldest
son, was possessed, upon the death of his
father, of very large estates in Suffolk and
Norfolk. He was knighted 22 Aug. 1578,
and had afterwards the honour to be the
first person advanced to the baronetage on
the institution of that dignity by James I. ;
m. Anne, sole da. and h. of Edmund Butts,
esq., and by her (who d. 1616) had issue,

1. Sir Edmtnd, 2d bart.

2. H ENRY, rf. at Jerusalem, without issue.

3. Sir Robert, 3d bart.

4. Bachevell, m., and left issue 2 sons,
who both rf. unm., and 3 das.

5. Sir Butts Bacon, of Mildenhall,
CO. Suffolk, created a bart. 29 July, 1627 ;
and ancestor of the present baronet, of
whom hereafter.

6. Nicholas, m. 1st, a da. of sir James
Weston, baron of the exchequer, by whom
he had,

1. Anne, m. sir John Rous, bart. (an-
cestor of the earl of Stradbroke) ; and
2dly, Margaret da. of Eustace Darcy,
esq., by whom he had,

2. Sir Nicholas Bacon, of Gillingham,
created a bart. 7 Feb. 1616, and d. 1666,
leaving 2 sons — sir Edmioid and sir Ri-



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