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    • 3. The twelve: summoned in their father's baronies - Compton (Northampton) and Bruce (Ailesbury): recruits - Hay (Kinnoull), Mountjoy, Burton (Paget), Mansell, Middleton, Trevor, Lansdowne, Masham, Foley, and Bathurst.
    • 4. Recruits - Oxford, Harcourt, Boyle, Brandon (Hamilton), and Bingley. Promotions - Strafford, Ferrers, and Dartmouth.
    • 5. John OldmixonThe History of England during the Reigns of King William...George (1735) p.617 6. R.Romney Sedgwick (ed.)Some Materials Towards Memoirs of the Reign of George II (1931) i p.85 8. Horace Walpole (ed.) John BrookeMemoirs of King George II (1985) i p.241 10. Brian W. HillBritish Parliamentary Parties, 1742-1832 p.177 17. B.L.Add.32691 f.284;B.L.Add.32695 f.529; David HornBritish Diplomatic Service, 1689-1789 (1961) p.63; William Bingley (ed.) Correspondence of the countess of Hartford and the countess of Pomfret (1805) iii p.313;(B.L.Add.35411 f.173).
    • 18. Over two decades later, in the early 1750s, Bingley's widow felt able to ask George II for a barony for her grandson upon his coming of age. Therefore, it is near certain that some form of promise had been made. B.L.Add.32732 f.588; H.M.C.Egmont Diary i p.11; H.M.C.Carlisle p.67; James J.CartwrightThe Wentworth Papers (1833) p.133.
    • 19. H.M.C.Eglinton p.248; Robert Halsband (ed.)The Complete Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1965-7) ii p.78; G.H.Healey (ed.) Daniel DefoeTour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain (1955) i p.383) 27. Brian W.HillThe Growth of Parliamentary Parties, 1689-1742 (1976) p.219; Colley p.227.
    • 30. H.M.C.Portland vi p.66; Philip C. YorkeThe Life and Correspondence of...Hardwicke (1913) i p.252; B.L.Egerton 1715 f.255 31. W.S.Lewis (ed.)The Yale Edition of Horace Walpole's Correspondence (1937-83) 21 p.26; CoxeSir Robert Walpole iii p.575;(B.L.Add.32696 ff.434 and 438);(B.L.Add.32697 f.188);(B.L.Add.32705 f.22).
    • 33. It is possible that in part George II was toying with the Pelhams showing them that he was prepared to work with moderate tories, thus showing that he knew he was not dependent upon the Old Corps.
    • 34. To add to the Bruce link, he was a Wiltshire landowner, although this is perhaps taking it too far. Henry Fox may have played a part in this because his family was seated at Redlynch in the south of the county. Ilchester had started his political career as a tory, during the early 1730s. Brother Henry may well have undergone a similar change before entering parliament in 1735.
    • 35. History of Parliament 1715-1754 ii p.391. 37. B.L.Add.32702 f.403; B.L.Add.32703 ff.42 and 376; B.L.Add.32704 f.525; H.M.C.Dartmouth iii pp.163-64; C.U.L.Chol.H.. 11 March 1739. 'Viscount' Wallingford to Sir Robert Walpole.
    • 41. The countess of Orrery (ed.)The Orrery Papers (1903) ii p.174;History of Parliament 1715-1754 ii p.165. 46. Colley "The Loyal Brotherhood and the Cocoa Tree" Historical Journal xx (1977), p.77.
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