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Backhouse, David
Languages: English
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Subjects: HIS
Paper given at British history in the long eighteenth century [E-seminar]
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    • 1. John C. Sainty Lists of the Lieutenants of the Counties of England and Wales, 1660-197 Lists and Index Society 2. B.L.Portland Loan 29/85 Misc. 22 Petition to King William III 3. Breconshire, Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire, and Radnorshire.
    • 4. Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbigh, Flintshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomeryshire.
    • 5. Coxe Shrewsbury pp.37, 39-40, 89 and 93. Luttrell iv p.26. B.L.Add.57861 f.52 7. Luttrell iii p.275 9. The Court and City Kalenda 1761 p.184 6. The other peers who held multiples were the 4th Earl Rivers, the 7th Duke of Norfolk, the 1st and 2nd Dukes of Bedford, the 1st Duke of Leeds, the Duke of Newcastle (1694), and the 3rd Duke of Bolton.
    • 8. Counties in which the two offices were adjoined during the course of the period - Cornwall, Herefordshire, Kent, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Surrey, Warwickshire, Westmorland, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, and possibly Cumberland.
    • 10. Macclesfield may have lost his at the same time as Bolton was deprived of Hampshire and Dorest and thus be a previously overlooked victim of King George II's defense of Walpole.
    • 12. Peers who were custodes in Wales during the period: Carmarthenshire - the 3rd Baron Vaughan and the 2nd Duke of Bolton; Carnarvonshire - the Earl of Orford (1697) and the 2nd Duke of Ancaster; Cardiganshire - the 3rd Baron Vaughan; Flintshire - Baron Archer (caretaker) and the 4th Earl of Plymouth; Glamorgan - the 8th Earl of Pembroke and the 4th Earl of Plymouth; Montgomeryshire - the 4th Baron Herbert, the 2nd Earl of Macclesfield (1679), and the Earl of Powis; Pembroke - the 8th Earl of Pembroke; Radnor - the 1st Earl of Oxford, the Earl of Coningsby, and the 1st Duke of Chandos.
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